Ratings based on 4 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
5.0 Room cleanliness
4.5 Service & staff
4.2 Room comfort
4.8 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby Rama from Ottawa, Canada
Apart Hotel Capital, not really a hotel!Posted Apr 2, 2012
Pros: Very clean and comfortable accommodation
Cons: Not a regular hotel. The entrance is off the streets, so one will have to drag the luggage some distance to get to the building.
Location: central and accessible to metro nearby.
The accommodation was very clean and comfortable. This is not a conventional hotel and therefore do not expect hotel services! It was in an apartment building, and my reservation was for a two bedroom unit, which was not available; however, they provided two one bedroom units for the same price. The concierge and housecleaning staff did not speak english, but the rep, Sebastian, who spoke some english, was very helpful. He even arranged for a taxi to airport next day. All payments were in cash which I was not expecting. It is near the main squares and close to many attractions.
for Everyoneby Kelley from San Diego, CA, USA
Modern, convenient, comfortablePosted Apr 2, 2012
Pros: The location was so convenient to the metro, and the room was large and comfortable.
Cons: The room temperature was hot during the summer, no air conditioning.
Location: Right next to Manuel Montt metro station in a great area - Providencia.
This is not a true apart-hotel, it is a residential apartment building with apartments for rent by a single owner. We stayed here for our vacation. Upon our arrival, the front desk staff for the building did not have any information on our reservation. But with one phone call to the number listed on the Expedia reservation, the owner, Sebastian, met us and there were no problems. We had a lovely one bedroom apartment, with a fold-out couch that was quite comfortable for two people. The room was hot during the day since there was no air conditioning and it was summer (March), but a fan provided helped keep it cool in the evenings. The location was great; right next to the Manuel Montt metro station in Providencia. There was construction on a large high-rise directly across from our room, which was very loud. And since we had our doors open from the heat, it was hard to have conversations during the daytime work hours. The traffic noise was also loud from the main street below. We were not in the apartment for much time during the day, so this was not a big issue. There was housekeeping service every day, and the full kitchen was nice to have meals in. I would highly recommend Apart Hotel Capital and would stay here again.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Camarillo, CA
Apart Hotal CapitalPosted Jan 14, 2012 on Hotels.com
We had a great stay at the Apart hotel. The rate was competitive, the location was great, next to the Manuel Montt metro station and within minutes of many interesting locations. The building has 24 hours security at the lobby and Sebatian was great. My daugther and I enjoyed our time in Chile and highly recommend the Apart Hotel Capital.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Ottawa
The Apart Hotel - modern and convenientPosted Nov 22, 2011 on Hotels.com
The Apart Hotel features modern and convenient rooms for a reasonable price. I stayed in two rooms, the first a corner unit (1811) and the second a regular room (1610). The corner unit was slightly larger and featured wonderful views of the city - a great introduction to Santiago before going out on the town. Being an apartment hotel, the rooms featured a small living room space (couch, chair and table), double bed, clean bath, stocked kitchen and a nice sized walk in closet. The rooms have patio doors to a balcony, but the city's loudness will keep you inside after a brief look. Apparently there is a pool, but I didn't have a chance to go to it this trip. The hotel is adjacent to the Manuel Montt subway station, which offers quick access across the city. There's several decent restaurants nearby, but make sure to go to the superb chilean bar called Liguria. The only downside was that you have to pay in cash, and while the concierge don't speak english, they put me in contact with somebody that did. All in all, this is a nice place to stay - i would definitely stay again.