The hotel is located 20 minutes from the centre of Santiago and 15 minutes from the airport
Contemporary rooms with WiFi and gorgeous views
Spa - relax and rejuvenate body and mind
Fitness center with a swimming pool
Authentic flavors - dining options are designed with you in mind.
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Surprising, cosmopolitan, energetic, sophisticated and worldly, Santiago is a city of syncopated cultural currents, expansive museums and top-flight restaurants. No wonder 40 percent of Chileans call the leafy capital city home.
It's a wonderful place for strolling, and each neighbourhood has its unique flavour and tone. Head out for the day to take in the museums, grand architecture and pedestrian malls of the Centro, before an afternoon picnic in one of the gorgeous hillside parks that punctuate the city's landscape. Nightlife takes flight in the sidewalk eateries, cafes and beer halls of Barrios Brasil, Lastarria and Bellavista, while as you head east to well-heeled neighborhoods like Providencia and Las Condes, you'll find lots of restaurants and world-class hotels.
With a growing economy, renovated arts scene and plenty of eccentricity to spare, Santiago is an old-guard city on the cusp of a modern-day renaissance. Santiago is also the central point of a region filled with attractive sites and activities. Only 60 km away are the main South American ski centers, and the beautiful beaches of the Pacific are only an hour's drive to the northwest. Just south of Santiago lie the rich and beautiful vineyards of the Maipo Valley, one of the world's most esteemed wine producing regions.
This 860 meter hill in the center of Santiago features a zoo and wine museum at the midway point and a gondola ride to the top, where a virgin mary statue overlooks the city.
A canyon located in the southeastern corner of Santiago de Chile is the perfect place for any adventurer who wants to go off the beaten tourist track and take part in some great outdoor activities.
Cultural and performing arts center named for Chilean poet Gabriela Mistral, the first Latin American woman to win the Nobel Prize in Literature.