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Stay at Hotel Mito, Santiago

A lovely compact, budget boutique hotel, established in a fully restored house built in 1929.

Hotel Mito, Santiago, Chile

A lovely compact, budget boutique hotel with just 17 rooms across four floors, established in a fully restored house built in 1929, complete with almost all original floors and staircase. Public areas include a small living room with library (books in Spanish), small interior courtyard where breakfast is often taken, and a roof terrace with views down one of Santiago's main avenues. Well located within walking distance to downtown during the day and Bellavista for nightlife.

Rooms are stylish and compact. Economic doubles have a private bathroom outside the room and offer bathrobes. Superior doubles are ensuite and some can add a third bed. Loft rooms offer a small mezzanine level for a child. All are equipped with hairdryers, flat screen TV and king size beds.

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