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The location was once a cold storage facility for shipping meat from lambs and other animals around the world. The main building is converted partly into a museum display and partly as a restaurant. The excellent rooms are in an addition. The rooms are huge...More
This hotel is one of a kind.. absolutely amazing. We were there four days and really enjoyed our stay. I agree with a former reviewer who commented on the half board versus full program. It would have been impossible for us to fit in enough...More
We stayed there for 3 nights and every day was absolutely amazing. Every room had a beautiful water views. The hotel itself was an old refrigerator factory converted into amazing industrial style 5 star hotel. Everything was thought of and was comfortable. The food was...More
We stay at this amazing hotel for two nights March 2018...really the hotel is amazing. The one knock is that the room was difficult to sleep as the air quality was very poor and stuffy. Also, we choose the half board, which is breakfast and...More
We did not stay at this hotel, but on the recommendation of a friend we visited the museum in the hotel. The hotel building were an old factory complex. Many pieces of original equipment are on exhibit in the lobby areas. An explanation of the...More
Response from GranmaAlma | Reviewed this property |
Today I received an email from them announcing their new website. May be that is why you had trouble contacting them . The reservations office is located in Santiago and they are working all year around. So try again.
Response from Jennifer L | Reviewed this property |
I am sure there are but not sure how you would go about organising. I hate tours per se but really enjoyed the Singular ones - it's really relaxed. One the kayak trip I was the only person and on a couple of the others there... More
I am sure there are but not sure how you would go about organising. I hate tours per se but really enjoyed the Singular ones - it's really relaxed. One the kayak trip I was the only person and on a couple of the others there were only 3of us. Not sure if they have changed their policy re full board - when I stayed you had the option of opting out of the tours and having a cheaper rate - it would do to check with the hotel. Have fun. Cheers Jen