Santiago City Stay

A Santiago city stay is the perfect way to explore the grand buildings, churches, museums, shopping and the great dining options of Santiago.

Santiago is one of South America’s most important cities, with grand public buildings, churches and museums, excellent shopping and plenty of dining options.

Visit the bohemian Bellavista district, and take the trolleybus to the top of San Cristobal Hill for panoramic views of the Andes. Locals are called “Santiaguinos” and you can take a tour to experience the city like a local, travelling on the metro and visiting local restaurants.

Santiago is also a gateway to wineries, picturesque towns like Vina del Mar and Valaparaiso, as well as the rest of Chile.

Santiago has a wide range of fantastic luxury and boutique hotels, some of which are featured below. These are the perfect base to whilst exploring the vibrant cultural and historical sites of Santiago.

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Luxury accommodation in Santiago

The Singular Santiago

The Singular Santiago (Lastarria)

With a focus on heritage and sustainability The Singular Santiago was built to blend seamlessly into its surrounds. Features include 62 rooms Wi-Fi, a restaurant offering Chilean cuisine and wellness spa.

Le Reve Boutique Hotel

Le Reve Boutique Hotel (Providencia)

The Le Reve Boutique Hotel’s 28 rooms and 3 suites denote French influences throughout. The hotel has cosy living areas and a French-style interior garden.

Ritz Carlton

Ritz Carlton (El Golf)

The elegant 5 star Ritz-Carlton is located in one of Santiago’s most prestigious neighbourhoods. The hotel has 205 guestrooms with views of the city, 4 restaurants and lounge areas, business centre, fitness centre, indoor pool and jacuzzi.

Lastarria Boutique Hotel

Lastarria Boutique Hotel (Lastarria)

This beautifully renovated 1927 mansion is surrounded by museums, galleries, shops and restaurants. The hotel offers 14 spacious guest rooms and suites, a bar/lounge, a small gym and an outdoor swimming pool.

Bonaparte Hotel

Bonaparte Hotel (Providencia)

Once a grand home, this 63-room hotel is within walking distance to the underground, restaurants, cafes and bars. Hotel facilities include a business centre, outdoor pool, sauna and gym, restaurant and bar, Wi-Fi and laundry.

Hotel Atton El Bosque

Hotel Atton El Bosque (Las Condes)

A modern city hotel in downtown Santiago, it has 240 rooms, a restaurant, bar, coffee lounge, gym and swimming pool. Rooms are tastefully furnished and feature a minibar, Wi-Fi and cable Internet, TV, and combination safe.

Mito Casa Hotel

Mito Casa Hotel (Providencia)

Set in a fully-refurbished 1929 Art-Deco home, this hotel is located in one of the best areas of Santiago, close to attractions, parkland and residential areas. Accommodation consists of 17 elegantly decorated rooms with free Wi-Fi and private bathrooms.

Hotel Su Merced

Hotel Su Merced (Lastarria)

Situated in a restored early 20th century building that retains its original facade, this stylish boutique hotel is in a designated historic area of Santiago. It features 9 comfortable and contemporary rooms, an excellent restaurant and 4th floor lounge.

Noi Vitacura

Noi Vitacura (Alonso de Cordova)

Surrounded by boutiques and art galleries, Noi Vitacura features 87 light and spacious guest rooms and suites, 2 restaurants, 2 bars with city views, and the Noi Spa offering an indulgent spa experience.


Chile Itineraries

Chile Overview

Why Chile: When it comes to awesome scenery and untouched wilderness, Chile is hard to beat. From dry deserts to lush forests, gentle lakes and glimmering icefields, this country has it all.

Culture: Chile’s rich, diverse culture is influenced as much by its indigenous and European peoples, as the varied landscape. Art, literature, folk music, dance and festivals are all central to Chilean society.

When to Go: Chile’s climate varies with latitude. The Atacama is dry and sunny, hot in summer and cold at night in winter. Central Chile has a pleasing Mediterranean climate, with warm summers and wet, mild winters. Southern Patagonia receives plenty or rain, with cool, windy summers and cold winters.

Combine With: Neighbouring Argentina, particularly when visiting the Patagonia region. Chile also combines well with Peru, where you can visit Cusco, the Sacred Valley and Machu Picchu or experience the Amazon rainforest at a secluded eco-lodge.

Getting There: Qantas and LAN fly from Australia via New Zealand to Santiago.

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