Ratings based on 27 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.6 Room cleanliness
4.2 Service & staff
4.1 Room comfort
4.3 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Personal Eventby A verified traveler
Cozy hotelPosted Jan 8, 2015 on Hotels
Very good staff, very helpful, hotel is very traditional with nice arts . Room wAs not spacious but bed was very comfortable . Only issue I had that Internet was not at its required standard .hot water was not continuous.
for Familiesby A verified traveler
Week-end sympaPosted Aug 19, 2014 on Hotels
L'hôtel est très bien situé. À une rue de l'un des ascenseur qui permet de descendre au centre- ville, l'hôtel est également à quelques mètres de la maison de Pablo Neruda, d'un marche d'artisanat et de deux restos sympas. L'hôtel en soi est très joli. Les chambres quoi que petites sont bien décorées et propres. Le seul hic serait l'eau chaude en fait tiède et un radiateur pour le chauffage, dur dur en hiver. Il n'y a pas de garage mais l'hôtel dispose de caméra dehors donc le stationnement sur la rue suffit. Le petit déjeuner est très correct et le personnel très aimable. À recommander pour un weekend sans hésitation!
for Couplesby Sarah from Canada
Beautiful hotel with great staffPosted Mar 9, 2014 on Hotels
A quirky, boutique hotel. Great staff, very helpful. Rooms are small but the terrace makes up for it. Valparasio is on a hill, so be prepared for walking! Restaurants are somewhat limited in area but we had great meals. Breakfast is included in price and very good. A fun hotel experience
for Everyoneby M
nett gelegenes Hotel mit kleinen ZimmernPosted Feb 16, 2014
Die Zimmer sind klein, aber ausreichend; die oberste Etage, die für alle Gäste offen steht, ist geräumig und hat einen guten Blick auf die Stadt - schön ist die Nähe zur Sebastiana/Neruda, sehr empfehlenswert ist das Abendessen im neuen Restaurant gegenüber ("Espiritu Santo")...
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Brisbane, Australia
Something a bit differentPosted Dec 15, 2011
This hotel was fantastic. Very quirky which matched in with the whole of Valpo. The owners were extremely friendly and helpful. The view from the top floor was amazing and the rooms were very nice also. Wished we stayed longer than just 1 night.
by A verified traveler from Москва
Robinson Crusoe InnPosted Aug 4, 2011 on Hotels
Думали бутик-отель. Скорее сарай-отель. Я не привередливый, но был разочарован.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Santiago
Good boutique hotelPosted Apr 19, 2011
We stayed one night late in April in a Sky Suite - antichamber, main bedroom, bathroom and shower. Stunning views to the east and north of Valparaiso and an enormous terazza. The hotel itself is an up-to-date renovation with a steel, wood and wine theme and is sufficiently new that things are still settling down. Staff are friendly and helpful, especially the local people. Its about a 15 minute walk to the main restaurant area or a 3000 peso cab ride. Walking is interesting but smelly, and its a great pity that the council and residents dont clear up the area and its dogs. Pablo Naruda's gallery is about a 15 minute walk straight up the road that the hotel is on and is well worth while. Overall, a great weekend escape.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Rio de Janeiro - RJ
Posted Mar 15, 2011 on Hotels
The best place to stay in Valparaiso! Made our bad impression of the city go away instantly. In a first moment, seems to be in a bad neiborhood, but it is safe and nice. Don't try to find it without a GPS or a tourist map from Valparaiso...to make it easier, programe your GPS to go to Bellavista Street( Calle Bella Vista) and take the first on the left and again. Interesting and romantic place, worth to spend one or two days. More than that might not be good, since the place is confortable and well located, but is noisy(wood floor and steel stairs) and have no restaurant to dine(only breakfast is served in the penthouse, but only after 9 o'clock till 11 o'clock). Excellent price and staff. No parking, and internet works better in the common areas, in the room, not very fast. I recomend it, but only for a couple of days.
for Couplesby A verified traveler from Vancouver B.C.
The hotel for people with a passion!Posted Feb 26, 2011
The Robinson Crusoe is our favourite hotel in Valparaiso.The building is a modern architectural reconstruction with wonderful & quirky rooms filled with antiques and vintage oriental and American indian rugs.The main floor [breakfast room] is bright and sunny with a fantastic panoramic view.The breakfasts were great, the staff were nice and the manager went out of her way to help us. The location is good , lots of funky restaurants nearby and close to the center and Pablo Neruda's house. We had the corner room with a killer view and extremely comfortable bed with a balcony were we could watch the sun rise in the morning and the moon set in the evening.The only negative would be lots of stairs,and only the manager/frontdesk spoke English.We liked it so much that we are coming back and staying here on our next trip.
for Couplesby Lynn from Victoria, B.C.
Funkiest hotel everPosted Feb 15, 2011
The decor of this hotel is unbelieveably funky and cool. Very ecclectic indeed, and difficult to describe. We stayed in the Sky Suite, and the view of Valparaiso was incredible. The included breakfast was gourmet indeed, and was served at the top of the hotel, so even if a person stayed in a bedroom lower in the hotel, the view is enjoyed by all guests in this beautiful dining area. There are a lot of stairs, and no elevator, so you must be fit to stay here. There are not a lot of restaurants in the immediate area, but there are some nearby shopping areas, including an artisan market. I would recommend this hotel to anyone looking for the authentic flavor of Valparaiso.