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Comfortable, tidy rooms, very good breakfast. Convenient location: Bel Air is located close to the main road of Avenida Santa Fe, many good restaurants in the neighborhood. Very kind and helpful staff.
This hotel is relying on its name and historically was probably a decent hotel. Staff not terribly helpful nor welcoming despite seemingly having little to do in the reception area, even ordering a taxi proved difficult for them. The room whilst large is sparsely furnished...More
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Response from ArielUrrutia, Operations Supervisor at Hotel Bel AirResponded 20 September 2017
Dear Wendy and Roger,
We appreciate you taking the time to leave us this feedback.
Please accept our sincerest apologies as what you have described is certainly not of our expectations, our standards. We understand that the concerns you noted would have been frustrating and...More
A little tired on the inside but the staff and location make up for it. Rooms clean and comfy but nothing flash. Breakfast basic but well stocked. It's the helpful reception staff that made this Hotel and our stay here. We increased our stay here...More
Response from ArielUrrutia, Operations Supervisor at Hotel Bel AirResponded 28 May 2017
Thank you for the 5 stars rating! We're thrilled your time with us was so pleasant! It's excellent you enjoyed our location.
We're happy our team took such great care of you! We strive for excellence so we look forward to sharing an...More
I stayed here for two nights with a colleague in a separate room. We were both most disappointed. I was even more disappointed when I noticed that the hotel failings (which are minor and easy to rectify!) have been mentioned by other guests before me...More
Thank David M
Response from ArielUrrutia, Operations supervisor at Hotel Bel AirResponded 28 May 2017
We appreciate your feedback,
We're deeply disappointed to hear about the problems you countered during your stay with us. We strive to offer our guests quality service and comfort. However, your experience is not on par with the service we're accustomed to providing....More
I stayed here for 8 days on a business trip and was very content.
The hotel is one block away from the main shopping street of Santa Fe, opposite a quiet park. It is a pleasant hotel with good sized rooms and decent wifi. I...More
Response from ArielUrrutia, Operations Supervisor at Hotel Bel AirResponded 7 May 2017
Thank you for taking the time to review us. I am glad you enjoyed the room and location of the hotel. Moreover, it is our goal to make your home away from home as comfortable as possible.
Please accept our sincerest apologies about...More
US$74 - US$486 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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