Santiago is an exciting city to visit if you enjoy delicious food, excellent wines, stunning views, and authentic culture that’s unlike anywhere else in the world. Outdoor adventurers, foodies, and travelers who love to shop all have an amazing time in Santiago, and there are lots of great hotels here to use as your home base while you explore the city. Here are our top eight picks for hotels when you plan a trip to Chile’s capital city.
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Noi Vitacura (Prices & Photos)
The Noi Vitacura hotel is in a landmark building in Santiago and has a vibrant energy that’s sleek, modern, and hip. It’s in the fashionable Vitacura neighborhood and near lots of clothing and furniture stores. There are 87 guest rooms and suites here that are chic, cozy, and have lots of natural light. Breakfast at the Fronterizo Restaurant is included with your room rate, and the Noi Spa offers a range of treatments. Pictured here is the Tramonto Bar & Terrace, which offers lovely views of the Andes mountain range and the city skyline. Other hotel amenities include Wi-Fi, a pool, fitness center, parking, gift shop, guest laundry, and dry cleaning. Room service is available, and there’s a new coworking space here that you can use. Pets are not allowed at this hotel.
Boulevard Suites Hotel (Prices & Photos)
The Boulevard Suites Hotel is an upscale hotel that’s located within the 26th to 39th floors of a prominent business tower, the Boulevard Kennedy Complex’s main tower. The hotel has an avant-garde design and is in Eastern Santiago near the Parque Arauco Mall and Araucano Park. This hotel has uniquely decorated rooms, wide-open spaces, and large areas to make you feel at home. Not just for business travelers, the Boulevard Suites Hotel is also a romantic place to stay for couples looking for romance package deals. This hotel is located in one of the safest and most elegant parts of Santiago, so sit back and relax! Guests here love that breakfast is included, private free parking is available, there’s a health club and fitness center, Wi-Fi is available, and room service is offered 24 hours a day.
Hotel Plaza El Bosque Ebro (Prices & Photos)
Hoteles Plaza El Bosque actually has three properties, and this one is within the financial center of El Bosque Avenue. It’s near the Costanera Center Shopping Center, Tobalaba metro station, and lots of great restaurants. There are 179 guest rooms (standard rooms, executive suites, and the presidential suite) at Hotel Plaza El Bosque Ebro as well as two restaurants, two bars, and two terraces. Enebro Restaurant serves up delicious Chilean flavors, Park Club Piso 17 serves a breakfast buffet and a la carte lunch, the lobby bar is great for morning coffee, and the outdoor seasonal terraces and wonderful during nice weather. You’ll also find a gym, spa, a heated pool on the 17th floor, and meeting rooms here. Also, the hotel offers room service, a business center, game room, and parking lot.
The Aubrey (Prices & Photos)
This is an interesting hotel because it’s located in the former mansion of a Chilean railroad mogul and is now a boutique hotel near Cerro San Cristobal and the Park Metropolitano. It’s a friendly English/Australian owned hotel in the bohemian Bellavista neighborhood with just 15 rooms, each with their own unique character. Most of the rooms have private outdoor patios or balconies, and they all have eucalyptus/roble hardwood flooring and Hansgrohe rain showers too. There is an outdoor heated pool here, a lounge with cocktails and fine wines, and a piano lounge where you can listen to a world-class pianist perform on Friday evenings while enjoying some tapas. Free parking and Wi-Fi are available for guests, as well as complimentary afternoon tea, massage upon request, and extra cots and cribs for kids. The daily complimentary breakfast features eggs cooked to order, fresh seasonal fruits, and homemade breads.
Lastarria Boutique Hotel (Prices & Photos)
The Lastarria Boutique Hotel is a posh accommodation choice in Santiago that overlooks the Parque Forestal. The hotel was built in 1927 as a residence and has been converted into a boutique hotel in the bohemian neighborhood near theaters, tourist attractions, restaurants, and museums. Room options to choose from are suites, junior suites, deluxe rooms, and superior rooms. This is a family-friendly hotel option with rooms that have plenty of space to bring the kids along on your trip. The Deli Lounge Restaurant offers fresh salads, pizza, and gourmet sandwiches in a beautiful setting on relaxing terraces. There is also event space available here for 40 to 100 people to celebrate something special in a well-decorated atmosphere.
W Santiago (Prices & Photos)
There’s also a great W hotel in Santiago with 196 rooms and 20 suites. This is a smoke-free hotel that allows pets, has some really impressive views, and features modern décor. It’s located in an upscale district and is close to some great shopping. There are three restaurants here that serve French, Asian fusion, and Chilean cuisine, and there’s a salon and fitness center here too. Don’t miss the infinity edge pool, the Whiskey Blue nightclub, and the panoramic views of the Santiago skyline from Terraza. There’s an extensive list of pet amenities for both dogs and cats that take advantage of the W Santiago’s pet package, but a $25 room charge and $100 nonrefundable cleaning fee will apply for travelers who bring pets.
Luciano K Hotel (Prices & Photos)
The Luciano K Hotel is another great boutique hotel option in the city, and this one is located in a 1920s building in the Lastarria district. There are 38 bedrooms here, a 300-square-meter rooftop terrace, heated swimming pool, bar, and lovely views of Alameda Avenue and the Parque Forestal. All of the rooms include Wi-Fi, desks, 40-inch TVs, a mini bar, dressing gowns, and slippers. There’s an onsite restaurant too that’s ideal for romantic dinners, happy hour, and business meetings.
Tinto Boutique Hotel (Prices & Photos)
The last recommended hotel we’ll mention here is the Tinto Boutique Hotel, which offers an intimate and sophisticated environment in an Art Deco house that dates back to 1927. The hotel is near the historic center of town and the Baquedano underground station in the Bellavista neighborhood. The Restaurant 040 serves excellent tapas and tasting menus with wine pairing options. Onsite you’ll also find an outdoor pool and complimentary Wi-Fi access.