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Panamericana Hotel O'higgins
Vina Del Mar
The grand old man of the local hotel scene may be showing signs of age (renovation was underway at the time of research), but there is still no classier place to spend the night in Viña, confirmed by the refined Don Ambrosio restaurant and bar with ...
Mar Andino Hotel
Hats off to the person who realized that Rancagua needed a decent hotel. Rooms are spacious with rustic-looking wooden beds topped with moss-green throws, gleaming bathrooms and cable TV. The garden is bare but the small pool is a boon...
Hotel El Araucano
Bizarrely, you have to walk through a shopping arcade to reach the all-marble reception of Conce’s most upmarket hotel. The rooms themselves are run-of-the-mill: try to get one on floors four to seven, which have new bathrooms and flat-screen TVs.
Puerta De Alcala
This business-oriented hotel is not as distinctive as the hillside lodgings, but it is one of the few options in Valpo with cable TV and minibar.
Hotel Diego De Almagro Talca
Staff are highly attentive at this new branch of Chile's most widespread luxury chain. A comfortable stay is practically guaranteed, although it lacks a bit of character.
Sprawl under soaring ceilings on your over-sized bed then make the hardest choice of the day: where to take in the views from – the bay windows of the living room, the pool or the three-tier garden bursting with bougainvillea. Wi-fi is included.
Bed & Breakfast Casa Latina
The traditional Valparaíso facade of this tiny B&B belies the contemporary interior: three large rooms have maroon-stained floors, boxy modern furniture and wood-clad bathrooms with big bowl sinks.
Vina del Mar
The dead-plain facade is deceiving: bright artworks and engravings offset the white walls and boxy sofas in this hotel’s light-filled lobby and restaurant...
Hotel Casa Higueras
Rich Santiaguinos always preferred weekending in Viña to Valpo but they’ve been won over by slick rooms with dark-wood furniture and huge beds, mosaic-tiled bathrooms with big bowl sinks and the quiet living room filled with Asian sculptures and low...
Puerto Natura Hotel + Spa
The fluffy beds and spotless, individually decorated rooms in this 1935 castle make it like staying at a very well-appointed relative’s – but so do the shared bathrooms...
Eco Hostal Offenbacher Hof
Viña del Mar
There are fabulous views over the sea and the city from this commanding chestnut-and-yellow clapboard house atop quiet Cerro Castillo. Sea views, newly renovated bathrooms and antique furnishings make the spacious superior rooms worth the extra.
Hotel Germania Suites & Apartments
They haven’t stinted on the size of the rooms or of the TV sets at Germania. It’s popular with business travelers, though the pine closets, olive-green walls and country prints make the vibe more homey than corporate.
Hotel Las Terrazas Express
An airy light-filled lobby and friendly staff greet you at this small hotel half a block from the Plaza de Armas. Crimson bedspreads help brighten the slightly gloomy rooms...
Hotel Alonso De Ercilla
Basic wood furnishings and beige-and-white linens mean this central hotel’s compact rooms are ultraplain, but the friendly staff keep them spotless. Some rooms are nonsmoking, and there’s wi-fi and cable TV in all of them.
Hotel Paso Nevado
Spotless, good-sized rooms are the draw in this neat, modern hotel just a few minutes' walk from the central Plaza de Armas.
Hotel Boutique Brighton
The charms of this prim local landmark, a mango-hued Victorian atop Cerro Concepción, come with a lofty price tag. Although classic and attractive, the Brighton fails to muster a spirit that dazzles like the view...
Hotel Boutique Patrimonial Somerscales
Starched and serious, Somerscales stands out as one of the best top-end choices in town. Guests looking for a subdued retreat will delight in its peace and quiet. English, Italian and French are spoken...
Unparalleled views over the bay justify the trek to sleek Ultramar, high on Cerro Cárcel. Behind the drab brown-brick front it’s very mod, with soaring red and white walls, black banisters and checkered floor tiles...
La Nona B&B
The English-speaking owners of this B&B are mad about Valpo, and love sharing insider tips with their guests...
Airy, pastel-painted dorms and doubles come with sky-high ceilings and their original wooden floors in the ramshackle old house that contains one of Valpo’s oldest hostels...
Hostal El Rincón Marino
Central and service-oriented, this nautical hostel scores with travelers. It's located in a historical downtown building with high ceilings and hardwood floors. Reserve early, as rooms are nearly always full...
This retro-style B&B is a thoughtful home away from home. Gorgeous inside and out, its best feature is a sprawling patio overlooking the city and the bay. Look for the big yellow house cresting Cerro Alegre...