“This 42-room property opened in October 2016 to rave reviews. It ingeniously intertwines old and new as chequered tiles, marble staircases and reconstructed stained-glass windows appear alongside ultramodern light fixtures, geometric furnishings and vertigo-inducing glass floors.”
“Barrio Italia’s first boutique hotel is as charming as it purports to be, with a terrace that leads into a lovingly restored 1940s home. There are harlequin tiles on the floors, exposed brickwork and six artfully designed rooms bearing nameplates that welcome each arriving guest.”
“With an unbeatable location, this newly opened hotel in the heart of Lastarria puts guests within stumbling distance to some of the city’s best restaurants, bars and cultural attractions. Each of the 70 rooms has its own artistic touch, and there’s even a small rooftop pool.”
“Setting new standards for boutique luxury, this standout in the heart of Barrio Lastarria is sharp, refined, thoughtful and, well, singular. The large rooms feature eclectic furniture and artwork, and will appeal to even the most discerning fashionista.”
“This small family-run hotel is a welcome addition to Santiago’s limited range of mid-priced lodgings. In a coveniently located restored house, it’s simply but beautifully decorated and gleams with cleanliness.”
Featured as Fodor’s Choice in Santiago.
“Carménère Eco Hotel, just north of the trendy Barrio Italia, has five welcoming rooms, plus a garden where guests can breakfast in the summer. There is also a small wine cellar for sampling organic Chilean wines, and exceptionally friendly service.”
Shortlisted in New York Times’ 36 Hours in Santiago, Chile.
“Just eight rooms make up Tinto Boutique Hotel in Bellavista, one of the city’s busiest night life neighborhoods (doubles from $129, including breakfast). The speakeasy bar on the roof is one of the hottest in town, and it’s open only to guests and those dining at the restaurant.”
Shortlisted in New York Times’ 36 Hours in Santiago, Chile.
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Santiago de Chile is the largest city of Chile, and is a picturesque place nestled by the snow-capped mountain Andes and the Chilean coast range.
It is one of the most interesting areas in Chilean capital, and is extremely bohemian in nature. There is a vibrant art scene which is reflected in its lively night-life, bars, clubs and great gastronomical options. There are lovely cafes nestled among art deco buildings. Several hotels are located in these beautiful barrios.
It is the traditional part of the city with a strong Italian influence on the architecture as well as the food. It attracts artsy travellers. Apart from the Italian influence, there is a strong South American influence too.
It is filled with neo classical structures, which now house boutiques to fashion studios. Plaza Brasil offers a unique experience both at day and night, numerous bars and clubs are found here, with outdoor events being held all year round. There are several high-end restaurants as well as budget options are found in these streets.
Open air cafes offer an unobstructed view of the leafy lanes and provide a sense of calm away from the bustling city. Several top-notch hotels are available here and they give you an exotic staying options to choose from. Cheap staying option like bed and breakfast options is available too.
It is a historical neighbourhood and a major tourist attraction with a variety of activities available to keep you occupied. Restaurants offer local options and international offers too. Posh hotels are found in abundance in this region.
Also check out our travel guide about the best areas to stay in Santiago de Chile.
If you're looking for a cheap hotel in Santiago de Chile, then book Meridiano Sur Petit Hotel. It's an excellent budget hotel offering great value for money. It's in a good location, it's been recommended by travel experts and the hotel has excellent customer reviews.
Not a fan of big chain hotels? No problem. If you want to stay in a boutique hotel in Santiago de Chile, then you should book Tinto Boutique Hotel. The hotel has been rated highly by previous guests for its boutique style. It has also been recommended by influential travel journalists.
If money isn't a problem and you're looking for a luxury hotel in Santiago de Chile, then go for Hotel The Singular. The hotel offers excellent service, it's in a top location, it has been rated very highly by previous guests and renowned travel critics have recommended it.
If you're looking for a great hostel in Santiago de Chile, then you should check out Hostal Rio Amazonas. The hostel has magnificent reviews by backpackers, it has been recommended by well-known travel experts and it's in a good location.
Looking for a cozy place to stay in Santiago de Chile that serves you handmade and fresh breakfast in the morning? Go and check out Alma Bed & Breakfast. The B&B has been recommended by well-known travel experts and recent guests have given it top ratings.
For a 3-star hotel you have to pay around $60 per night and for a 4-star hotel you would be looking at $110 per night. If you're after a luxury 5-star Santiago de Chile hotel then you can expect to pay around $170 per night.
Try Casasur Charming Hotel if you're looking for a romantic getaway in Santiago de Chile, it has some excellent recent customer reviews by couples.
If you're looking to stay in Santiago de Chile with your family, then try Carménère Eco Hotel. The hotel has excellent review ratings by families.
Full-Day Tour of Valparaiso Port and Viña del Mar from Santiago. Revel in the vibrant color and culture of Valparaiso Port and Viña del Mar on a full-day tour of the coastal cities from Santiago. Price: $99.
Welcome to Santiago: Private Tour with a Local. Get a welcome to Santiago from a friendly and passionate local and discover the city like a resident. Learn the secrets about where to buy groceries, how to get around and much more. Price: $30.
Full-Day Wine Tour from Santiago with Sommelier Guide. Visit the Maipo Valley Wine Region with a certified sommelier on a full-day wine tasting tour from Santiago. You’ll stop at three or four wineries for tastings, sampling locally-produced bottles as you learn about Chile’s wine making heritage. Price: $170.
More things to do in Santiago de Chile
The city is the capital and largest city in Chile and is also known as Santiago de Chile. The city has a large core of attractive 19th-century landmarks and designs that include neoclassical architecture, winding side-streets, dotted by art deco, neo-gothic and other styles. All these make the city attractive and beautiful, and a major tourism draw.
The cityscape of Santiago is formed by several stand-alone hills and the famous Mapocho River with parks such as Parque Forestal forming the bulk of the attractive green vegetation. The Andes Mountains are a major landmark in the city and can be easily seen from most parts of the city. Naturally, Santiago is a sight to behold.
The city is the cultural, political and financial center of Chile as well being the location for most of the headquarters of several multinational corporations. Santiago has numerous heritage and monuments that numbers up to 174 heritage sites. Several archaeological, architectural and historical monuments are located within the city such as the statue of the Virgin Mary at San Cristobal Hill and the Metropolitan Cathedral. Other landmarks include the National Library and the Museum of Fine Arts.
We recommend that you read our guide about where to stay in Santiago de Chile. It gives you an excellent overview of the most popular areas, highlighting the main attractions and hotel recommendations for each area. If you like our list of hostels, B&Bs and hotels in Santiago de Chile, then you should also check out our selection of recommended hotels in Rio de Janeiro or the best hotels in Buenos Aires.