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Good quality restaurant Transport to and from the airport would be beneficial
Location, close to the airport
Tranquil ;good food;large bedrooms;modern televisions which work!
Close to the airoport and the city.
We arrived at the airport in Santiago late and needed a place to sleep. Ruta Jacobea fit the bill. Pleasant staff. Good coffee at breakfast! We would like to have been able to buy water at the hotel to take with us. Maybe a slot machine would solve this problem.
the friendly staff rooms were quite noisy, no soundproofing
It was close to the airport
Clean and comfortable. Spacious room
Modern, large size room, very clean. Very close to Santiago Airport
Friendly owners, great location by a river.
Young, friendly managers/operators; very comfortable, well restored and decorated rustic mill hotel (more like maison d'hotes); nice breakfast with great homemade jams; our plane-delayed late arrival (23.00H) didn't bother them. Really a bit in the middle of nowhere and not easy to find, especially at night (directions on Booking site, and road signposts, should be improved). Although the end result was fine for our purpose (convenient for overnight stay on late arrival from airport), we were initially surprised by the very rural "ambiance". Could the Booking.com description be improved?
The hotel is great value and worth staying a few days. On arrival we were lucky to get a tour of the historic mill followed by a local beverage. Dinner is offered in very pleasant surroundings and is good value. The rooms are comfortable and very quiet at night. We really enjoyed our stay. Nothing - it was great.
Personal attention by the owners, excellent service, i.e airport pick-up, good food, friendly atmosphere,interesting historic building.
A very nice place, with a vey polite staff. very relaxing
A great surprise for backpackers. The settting is wonderful with streams, trees and history off the tourist trail. The owners are most friendly and helpful. They explained the history of the mill and every piece of tools in the house. not easy to find without car