• Zero Hotel, Chile

About Zero Hotel, Vaparaiso

About Zero Hotel, Vaparaiso

Valparaiso is a mysterious city, filled with curious little passage ways, colourful hills and a historic port, where you will find Zero Hotel. Priding itself on being a home away from home and a unique place to stay, the doors are always open to weary travellers or those looking for adventure. 

There are just 9 rooms here, all individually decorated, yet kept simple and clean. There are 4 terraces from which you can just relax with the views, alone or with friends and an honesty bar to enjoy throughout your stay.

Zero Hotel details


A comfortable hotel that guests can enjoy as their own home during their stay.


Within the magical city of Valparaiso, a stunning labyrinth of twisting streets, in the privileged location of the port.

Accommodation & Facilities

Rooms have been kept simple, but individually decorated using bright colours and wooden floors. 4 rooms overlook the bay and the remaining 5 look over the local neighbourhood to the hills. Rooms all feature en-suite bathrooms, Wi-Fi and LCD TV’s, providing ample comfortable space from which to explore the city.

There are 4 terraces at descending down the hill towards the ocean; there are great private spaces for those looking for seclusion and tranquillity. The lower terrace has a Jacuzzi enhancing your relaxation after a day out exploring the city. A wonderful feature at this hotel is the honesty bar, giving a real feeling of a home away from home. Help yourself to whatever you fancy, then prepare your own bill for payment when you check out.


The Winter Garden assures fantastic views over The Valparaiso Bay, a secluded place from which you can enjoy your breakfast or a nice glass of wine in the afternoon.


Valparaiso is a wonderful city to explore and there are some fabulous walks recommended so you can capture as much as possible during your stay. Starting at the hotel is the walk to Alegre and Conception Hills, exploring the streets and the colours of the hills. Taking a ride on the funiculars up the hills is fantastic and there is the opportunity to enjoy a boat ride if there is time. For those wanting to see the Matriz Church, there is a nice walk down the Plaza de la Intendencia towards the Plaza Echaurren where you will come across a local market place.

A walk to La Sebastiana really captures the spirit of the city as you explore the bohemian side of the place. La Sebastiana is the house of the 1971 Nobel Prize winner Pablo Neruda, who was very much inspired in his literature by where he lived up in Cerro Bellavista. You are recommended to get a taxi there and walk back when you will find the open air art museum, Museo de Cielo Abierto.

Child Policy

Children welcome.

Want to stay here?

Contact one of our Destination Specialists to start planning your journey to include a stay here. Please note we recommend a budget of from £7,000 / $10,000 USD per person for our style of trip to this destination.

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