It is an older deluxe hotel with a stately lobby. The staff was friendly and helpful. It's about 10 miles from the airport with translates to I'm guessing about a half hour from the airport. They had internet near lobby for those without PC's and you could connect in your room if you brought your PC with you.
the neighborhood, as said, is downtown. Busy streets, but my room was very quiet. While not in the trendy Providencia area with the expensive cafes lining the street and posh shops that remind you of the USA this location gives you a real feel for the city.
Unique Quality: Because the suites seemed to be a good value, we booked one. wow. It was very nice, especially since it was about $200us. not just an over sized room, but a luxury room. Completed with a doorbell for your room door, a full living area, stereo system, mini bar, and with a huge marble bath with a deep tub, double sinks and plenty of space. While everything was not brand new it was done with class and thought. The same room in NYC would easily be $600 or more a night. I saw two of the suites and they were not cookie cutter suites. each seem to have different amenities but it's old fashion class at work.
Is the Hotel Plaza San Francisco a comfortable hotel? Has anyone ever stayed here? i stayed at Four Points and enjoyed it on my last trip but would like to be downtown this time.
Hotel Plaza San Francisco is quite a good hotel. I've never been to the rooms, but it has some nice saloons. I would recommend it. You'll be fine there.
thank you for the reassurance
Avenida Vitacura 2610, Las Condes, Santiago
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Avenida Pedro de Valdivia 027, Providencia, Santiago
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Address: Alameda 816, Santiago, 6513483, Chile