The Ritz Carlton, Santiago offers stylish accommodation with breathtaking views of the city skyline and Andes Mountains in Santiago’s prestigious El Golf district.
Located in the prestigious El Golf district, The Ritz Carlton, Santiago offers 205 sophisticated guestrooms, with breathtaking views of the city skyline and surrounding Andean peaks. Large windows let in plenty of natural light, whilst plush carpeting, premium bedding and excellent soundproofing ensure that rooms are a haven of peace and quiet. Bathrooms are marble, with plush robes and slippers provided for your comfort.
Dining options at The Ritz Carlton, Santiago are diverse, ranging from a farm-to-table eatery to a welcoming cafe and elegant lobby lounge where afternoon tea experiences can be enjoyed. The bar offers live music on selected evenings. Should you prefer to eat out, concierge can assist with reservations at some of the city’s most well-known restaurants or even point you to popular street side stalls.
Recreational facilities include a heated indoor lap pool, a state-of-the-art fitness centre and a fabulous day spa, all which are located beneath a stunning glass cupola. Of course, you can also check out the Andes mountains nearby, which are great for hiking in the warmer months and skiing in winter.
How to get to The Ritz-Carlton, Santiago
The Ritz Carlton, Santiago is located around 25km (approx. 25 min) from the city’s international airport.
The Ritz-Carlton, Santiago Highlights
- A stylish five-star hotel located in the prestigious district of El Golf
- Offering beautifully appointed guestrooms bathed in natural light
- With a range of quality dining options onsite
- State-of-the-art recreational facilities located on the rooftop
- Close to popular shops, restaurants and the stunning Andes Mountains
Below are a selection of our preferred hotels and lodges in Chile. Please contact us to tailor accommodation options to suit the style of your trip and your budget.
Altiplanico Rapa Nui
Exclusive Altiplanico Rapa Nui boasts amazing views of exotic Easter Island and arresting architectural design inspired by traditional Polynesian motifs.
Alto Atacama Desert Lodge & Spa
The stylish Alto Atacama Desert Lodge and Spa blends seamlessly into its location - a lush valley in the ochre Salt Mountains just ten minutes outside San Pedro de Atacama.
andBeyond Vira Vira
Vira Vira is a secluded Relais & Châteaux lodge that offers its guests the chance to experience the captivating beauty of Patagonia in style.
The exclusive Relais & Châteaux Awasi Atacama is situated on an ancient walled site that once sheltered shepherds and herders in the small town of San Pedro de Atacama.
The Relais & Châteaux Awasi Patagonia is a luxury lodge inspired by the classic low-impact mountain shelters used by hikers in this spectacular part of the world.
explora Atacama is a beautiful, understated luxury lodge that is perfectly placed to explore the volcanoes, thermal springs, salt pans and huge skies of Chile's iconic Atacama Desert.
Explora Patagonia is a spectacular luxury lodge with an equally impressive location inside Chile's Torres del Paine National Park.
explora Rapa Nui
explora Rapa Nui is set inside a striking building close to Hanga Roa, designed to take advantage of Easter Island’s silence and mystery.
Hangaroa Eco Village & Spa
Inspired by local traditions and the natural environment, Hangaroa Eco Village & Spa is an ideal base for exploring Easter Island in comfort.
Hotel Cumbres San Pedro
The Hotel Cumbres San Pedro is an oasis of calm, understated luxury amid the world’s driest desert, close to famous photogenic lagoons and surreal salt pans.
Hotel Las Torres
The superb Hotel Las Torres Patagonia is located on an historic cattle ranch inside Chile's magnificent Torres del Paine National Park.
La Reve Boutique Hotel
The romantic Le Reve Boutique Hotel is located in the upscale neighbourhood of Providencia, close to shops, theatres and restaurants.
Chile Tours 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: Most travellers into South America from Australia will fly via Sydney and/or Auckland into Santiago.