Ratings based on 8 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.4 Room cleanliness
4.2 Service & staff
4.0 Room comfort
4.4 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Couplesby A verified traveler
Lovely oasis in a busy noisey townPosted Jun 16, 2013
We arrived late at night after a long day in Santiago. The welcome was warm and friendly and there was no problem leaving our car on the street outside. Security was good we had to ring a doorbell to be let in. We were asked what time we wanted breakfast and it was delicious. There was no problem leaving our luggage at the hotel for the day while we explored Valparaiso. The hotel is quaint furnished in keeping with its era, warm and a bit ricketty very friendly and we had a very nice time there.
for Couplesby Cindy from Ottawa, Canada
A great 'boutique' hotelPosted Mar 26, 2013
Pros: The bed linens were lovely!
Location: Great location in a 'trendy' neighbourhood. Great views of the harbour.
This is a small boutique hotel located in a very interesting/trendy area, within walking distance of restaurants and some interesting shops. Yes, the rooms are small and there is no elevator, but it has character. We had just disembarked from a two week cruise and I arrived quite ill. The staff was very accommodating and they had our room ready early for me. You can go to the rooftop with a drink or something to eat and enjoy the view of the city and harbour.
for Business Travelersby A verified traveler
Great service. Church bells an issue.Posted Jul 14, 2012 on Hotels.com
The hotel staff is very friendly and accommodating to one's needs and schedule. Hotel is very safe. Only issue: there is a Lutheran church across the street that rings bells every half hour. The problem is: this continues throughout the night. Ask for a room facing away from the church.
for Getaway With Friendsby A verified traveler
Posted May 15, 2012 on Hotels.com
Great little gemPosted Apr 23, 2012 on Hotels.com
This feels more like a B&B than a hotel - it is small, built out of a130+ year old home, but very comfortable, not stuffy. The multilingual, very helpful staff will help you find your way around a complicated city. My room didn´t have a view at all, but the view from the roof is one of the best in the city, and it has tables and chairs to relax anytime. Note: this hotel, and the city of Valpo in general, are not for the mobility impaired. Bring your walking shoes!
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Atlanta, GA
Manior Atkinson - Valparaiso - Great place to stayPosted Dec 1, 2011 on Hotels.com
My wife and I stayed at the Manior Atkinson Hotel during a very quick visit to Valparaiso in late November and thoroughly enjoyed our stay. You can find cheaper accommodations in Valpo, but this one is a bargain for the price. The staff was extremely helpful during our stay. Holding our bags for us when we arrived before check-in and again as we ventured out for more sightseeing after checking out. They were able to provide easy to follow directions, good recommendations for places to see, and it was all done with a smile. Muchas Gracias. Breakfast was included and was quite pleasant. A great way to start the day off. We stayed in room 4, what appeared to be the smallest room in the hotel, but I would say it was more cozy than cramped. Room and bathroom were clean, and good furniture and fixtures. The location was perfect for our stay. A short walk (albeit up many stairs) from the Plaza Sotomayor, where one can easily catch the metro from the Puerto stop, or any other transportation methods. The view from the hotel is also spectacular. Climb up to the roof terrace and enjoy the beautiful vistas of Valparaiso during the day or night. This vantage point was worth the price of the hotel by itself. You will not find a more beautiful street in Valpariso than Atkinson. A number of fine restaurants are within a couple minute walk. We would definitely recommend Cafe Color for a cup of coffee or tea and a light meal. No english but a helpful and courteous staff. I have no reservations about recommending this hotel to any of my friends or relatives. You will not regret your decision.
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Gorgeous boutique hotelPosted Nov 18, 2011 on Hotels.com
We were in room 5, with the shared terrace and spiral staircase to the roof outside our window. Although it was a bit odd when other people were out on the terrace or climbing the stairs, it was not a significant problem and I would definitely want to stay at this hotel, and in that room, again if I ever return to Valparaiso. There was a party every night in the plaza below the hotel (at the bottom of the hill), which started about 2+ am and lasted to the morning sunlight hours. The conga drums did not really bother us, though, nor our friends in rooms 6 and 7. The included breakfast was a sit down served meal that was very nice and sufficiently filling. Restaurants are pricey on top of the hill, though there is one sandwich shop that is cheaper, and a kind of hippy-looking place called "Color Cafe" was more reasonably priced for lunch. A walk down the hill gets you access to a lot of alternative and cheaper choices (like those outrageous "Completo" hot dogs).
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Atlanta
Great place but was so new that the staff didn't get everything right!Posted Oct 25, 2011
Location: We were touring possible vineyards for purchase. If you are not interested in wines then there is not much point being in the area.
This hotel had only been open fro about a week!! The hotel was difficult to find as there is no sign on the main road and we had to ask a local for directions. We stayed for one night and were the only guests in the hotel. The A/c would not work at first but they immediately fixed it and the room was very comfortable and big. We went down for breakfast the next morning and the breakfast buffet was laid out for many a guest even though we were the only ones. The staff were very pleasant. The food in the restaurant was excellent and well presented.