Where can I stay in Santiago?
This old, historic neighbourhood, which is little more than a few streets, has a village like feel nestled in the hustle and bustle of the centre of Santiago. It has great restaurants and cafes, artistic independent shops and is within walking distance of the 'Plaza de Armas', Museo de Bellas Artes (fine art museum) and the neighbourhood of Bellavista. On a Saturday and Sunday it also has a fun little antiques market.
Casa Bueras Boutique Hotel
This hotel wins many over with both its own charm as well as that of the neighbourhood. A boutique gem in a lovely setting - the rooms are characterful and spacious with wooden floors and an ample sized bathroom. With a lovely terrace and garden, this is a small oasis in the centre of the city.
(This hotel was previously known as the Lastarria Boutique Hotel).
A large, modern hotel, very well located in the city centre in the lovely streets of the the Lastarria neighbourhood. With a roof-top terrace and outdoor pool, you can enjoy beautiful views over the city before returning to your spacious room. The hotel lacks a certain amount of local character and the service is naturally quite impersonal but if you're looking for a luxurious base for a night or two in Santiago, this is a great option.
A newly-opened boutique hotel offering just 70 rooms for an intimate, personal experience. You can enjoy views of the city from its restaurant and terrace pool, a very comfortable experience in the bohemian neighbourhood, surrounded by restaurants, museums and theatres.
Luciano K mixes character and original charm with a modern twist. It is a great choice for those happy to pay the price for a bit more luxury and comfort, without totally breaking the bank. The homemade breakfasts are a great addition too.
What our customers think
We would recommend staying at the Hotel Cumbres in Santiago because it is in the 'Bohemian' district of Santiago, with great places to eat, visit and people watch.
Peter Australia October 2017
Luciano K was an amazing hotel. Highly recommend it to everyone in Santiago.
Betty California, USA November 2017
A historic building, restored to create this boutique hotel with a modern avant-garde design. The hotel offers a comfortable guest lounge and terrace on the 4th floor, where you can enjoy the sunset over the city. All rooms are spacious with king-size beds and some offer a private terrace where you can relax and enjoy the surroundings of the Forestal park.
Bella Vista Neighbourhood
Nestled under the Saint Christopher hill, Bella Vista is a neighbourhood of contrasts. Famous for being a bohemian neighbourhood with artist studios, there are student bars selling cheap beer in litre bottles, fine dining and live music.
An Australian/British owned historic mansion transformed to the sophisticated luxury you find there today. There are 15 rooms, each with a different concept and decor and most with either a private patio or balcony.What really makes this hotel special is the total disconnection you feel with the city around you - a relaxing oasis, surrounded by trees which gives you the sense of being in the jungle and all just a stones throw from the centre of Santiago.
As the name suggests, this castle looking building, looks like something out of a fairytale with turrets and balconies. Recently restored and open for just 1 year, the interior of this building restains all of its original charm original features, antiques and furniture made and sourced in Chile. The rooms vary in size, but all offer character and comfort.
Providencia / Las Condes Neighbourhood
Providencia is the first residential neighbourhood that you reach outside of the city centre. Although more residential, it has plenty of bars, restaurants, cafes and is on the metro line 1 (the red line) which makes it just a short trip into the centre of town. Providencia is safer and calmer than the city centre and just a short taxi ride to the neighbourhoods of Bellavista and the more affluent Las Condes and Vitacura.
Reasonably priced luxury with a fantastic breakfast, friendly staff and a good location near to restaurants and a metro stop to hop into the city centre.
Absolutely charming! This restored old house, up a quiet side street of Providencia is oozing with local charm. Six double rooms and two singles, not very spacious rooms but with all the charm, comfort and facilities to offer you a very pleasant stay.
Santiago Airport Holiday Inn
The perfect place for any late night / early morning flights, the Holiday Inn can be found right outside the international airport of Santiago. Whilst not as charming or unique as other options, the ease and practicality of walking off of a long-haul flight and into your hotel room late at night is certainly worth considering.
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