I love this place, I travel to Chile from Australia to go with family on an annual trip. The rooms are clean and tidy, staff are always welcoming and treat you like family, food is of a high standard and alway plenty to fill your plate. Price is good! Plenty for the kids to do. Highly recommend
I visit Chile once a year and my parents live in Vina del Mar. On my last visit I wanted to get some sun as I had escaped the harsh and snowy NY winter. So we went to spend a few days in Olmue where the sun is always shining. It was a great experience. The food and customer service was wonderful. The double rooms have two queen beds as well as a little couch that rolls out into a bed. The grounds are well kept and the pool was very nice. The indoor pool requires a cap so bring one along or purchase one there. The rooms are a little old and they could definitely use a renovation but it is in Olmue so don;'t expect a five star resort. I enjoyed the couches by the jacuzzi to relax and read as well as our balcony overlooking the pool. The empanadas were delicious and the breakfast buffet had lots of options. They have amazing homemade cakes and my personal favorite was the braso de reina. Olmue is a cute town and there are several shops and a plaza and this hosteria is located perfectly to walk around the town. I enjoyed my stay so much that I already booked my days for my next visit this December.…
Clean and in good conditions, home-warmth feeling, staff is very friendly and well prepared, great home made classic chilean dishes, fun activities and overall cozy, quiet and enjoyable for couples and/or families
We have been here several times in recent years both as day guests and on weekend breaks. We have never had any complaints about food, rooms or service and would say that if you want five star service you probably won't get it in Olmue anyway. This place is not as bad as some reviews suggest and is a well established country hotel in a popular area. It gets busy but can be very quiet at certain times of the year.
I have been going there a couple of times a year for over 10 years, family et al. Cycling, hiking, horse riding and eating while enjoying the fresh air... The place is nice but looking increasingly "tired". Patched up walls, paper thin towels, shabby furniture in some areas, expensive packages, no choice of food though the standard stuff is OK it would be nice to be able to buy "specials" for those special occasions... A slice of chicken and potato puree for dinner does not exactly make for unforgettable moments. Loads of potential but I am not sure it is well run these days. Over staffed to start with, it could cut on manpower and improve quality and facilities while offering more choice of food.