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  • 41
    Atacama Hostel

    Atacama Hostel

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    3 reviews

    I liked the mosaic decorations and art work in this hostel. On the outside wall, as you enter, there’s a mosaic design which glitters in the sun and does a really good job of reflecting the hot, dry aspect of Chile’s Atacama Desert, so I thought that was pretty clever and novel. The communal spaces were really large as well, ...

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  • 42
    Lastarria Boutique Hotel

    Lastarria Boutique Hotel

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    4 reviews
    Excellent! - 90% of guests recommend

    Nestling in one of Santiago's most up-and-coming barrios this 14-room hotel offers great value though the charm of the 1920s building sadly hasn't rubbed off on the comfortable but otherwise undistinctive rooms, decorated with the kind of middle-of-the road contemporary touches you'll find anywhere these days. That said, the surrounding neighbourhood offers plenty of restaurants and wine bars, so top ...

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  • 43
    Bellavista Hostel

    Bellavista Hostel

    4 reviews
    Very Good! - 81% of guests recommend

    It's located In the middle of the coolest, artsiest neighborhood in Santiago. From this place you can walk to a bunch of cool places like Bar Constitución or Patio Bellavista. The subway station is pretty close too and you can go on a free walking tour through the neighborhood leaving from right next to the hostel.

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  • 44
    Hotel Tokyo

    Hotel Tokyo

    3 reviews

    Two observatories offer spectacular views of Tokyo from the Tokyo Tower, which was designed after the Eiffel Tower but is orange, and stretches 42 feet higher (not that anyone's counting). Built in 1958, the tower sees a constant flux of tourists, supports radio and TV antennae, while directly underneath is "FootTown" housing a restaurant and wax museum, among other attractions.

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  • 45
    Hotel Neruda

    Hotel Neruda

    5 reviews
    Good! - 76% of guests recommend

    The room was huge! Without a doubt, Hotel Neruda got top marks from me in terms of space. The hotel gets its name from one of the most important poets in Chilean history, Pablo Neruda, and so a great place to stay for anyone interested in Chilean patrimony. I loved the indoor heated pool. There were lots of fun floats ...

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  • 46
    Santiago Backpackers

    Santiago Backpackers

    2 reviews

    Great hostel in the middle of the city centre of Santiago! Good value for money and super helpfull staff that can help you with your travels in Chile and the rest of South America! Good place to meet other travellers! I would recommend this hostel to everyone!

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  • 47
    Mercure Santiago Ciudad Empresarial

    Mercure Santiago Ciudad Empresarial

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    3 reviews

    The hotel was awesome! The decor was very particular; very unique, particularly considering that Mercure is a chain. This Mercure didn’t appear to be like any other Mercure I’ve seen before. If you love the idea of being in “the top” place when traveling, then is this the hotel for you, because it’s located in Ciudad Empresarial which is Santiago’s ...

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  • 48
    Andes Hostel

    Andes Hostel

    3 reviews
    Excellent! - 86% of guests recommend

    I loved the location of this hostel, in the civic center, close to all the principal attractions - Parque Forestal, Santa Lucia Hill, the Fine Arts Museum and the National Library. I hate wasting time having to use public transport to see the sights, so this was perfect for me. The main living area of the hostel was well organized ...

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  • 49
    NH Ciudad de Santiago

    NH Ciudad de Santiago

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    2 reviews
    Good! - 79% of guests recommend

    One of the best reasons for staying in this hotel, in my opinion, is that it’s really close to Plaza Italia, which is the place in Santiago where most of the celebrations occur when Chile wins sporting events or when it’s celebrating a national holiday of some kind. Plaza Italia is also the place where everyone congregates in Santiago to ...

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  • 50
    Hotel Orly

    Hotel Orly

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    5 reviews
    Excellent! - 88% of guests recommend

    I think the hotel was trying, in many ways, to launch itself as a boutique hotel. There was a shop within the hotel, dedicated to Chilean souvenirs and Chilean products. It wasn’t a cheap shop and it had two direct entrances, one from within the hotel and one from outside on the street. However, even though the hotel seemed to ...

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  • 51
    Hotel Galerias Santiago

    Hotel Galerias Santiago

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    5 reviews
    Very Good! - 80% of guests recommend

    Location is a plus at Galerias hotel. As it is settled in downtown culture and chilean identity are captured in every corner. It's a simple hotel from outside but you get surprise once inside. The rooms are cozy and clean. The hotel offers free wifi and complimentary breakfast, helpful and kind staff.

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  • 52
    Diego de Almagro Aeropuerto (Pudahuel)

    Diego de Almagro Aeropuerto (Pudahuel)

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    4 reviews
    Very Good! - 80% of guests recommend

    I didn’t think this hotel merited its four-star rating. Yes, it had a nice, large pool and yes, it provided a complete buffet style breakfast with all the trimmings, but it was nothing more than a basic airport hotel with a little bit of gloss here and there. I was really impressed with the size of the room and the ...

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  • 53
    Soho Santiago Apart

    Soho Santiago Apart

    3 reviews

    I really liked these apartments. I’ve seen a number of rentable apartments in Santiago now and these are definitely some of the best. The apartments were clean, well designed and spacious. I loved the red upright chairs in the living room. They were comfy to read in, but also really gave a bright life of colour to the room. The ...

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  • 54
    Blue Tree Hotels Fundador

    Blue Tree Hotels Fundador

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    3 reviews

    My favorite feature in this hotel was the be. It was huge! It could sleep at least three adults with ease and probably four at a push. The pool is located on the seventh floor in the modern building, but they were renovating everything when I went, so there was no water, no swimming and no possible use of the ...

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  • 55
    Providencia Panamericana Hotel

    Providencia Panamericana Hotel

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    3 reviews
    Good! - 77% of guests recommend

    The lady who showed me the rooms greeted me with a kiss on the cheek. It might not be to everyone’s style, but I loved the friendly attitude. I felt instantly relaxed. The water features in the entrance were beautiful and the garden area, alongside the pool, was stunning. I loved the plants, the large expanse of grass and the ...

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  • 56
    Rentahome Parque Bustamante

    Rentahome Parque Bustamante

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    3 reviews

    When I visited this hotel (which really was more like a building of separate apartments for rent) they were undergoing large renovations. What was good about the hotel, in my opinion, is that the renovations didn’t affect the day to day running of the hotel. The aspect I loved most about this hotel was the space. Each apartment came equipped ...

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  • 57
    La Sebastiana Apart Hotel

    La Sebastiana Apart Hotel

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    3 reviews
    Good! - 78% of guests recommend

    La Sebastiana Museum is the former home to the grand Chilean writer Pablo Neruda. The house stands on the steep hills of Mount Florida overlooking Valparaiso and the Pacific Ocean. It is a beautiful sight to explore as its furniture are still on great condition allowing visitors to gain substantial insights into the sources of inspiration of this great poet.

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  • 58
    Novotel Santiago Vitacura

    Novotel Santiago Vitacura

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    3 reviews
    Excellent! - 85% of guests recommend

    I wasn’t that impressed or interested in this hotel. I thought it was pretty standard and I didn’t like its location. It’s situated on the main circular road — Americo Vespucio — which runs around the entire city. However, a particularly helpful benefit for anyone traveling with families is that children up to 15 years of age get to stay ...

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  • 59
    ChileApart

    ChileApart

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    1 review
    Excellent! - 87% of guests recommend

    Excellent apartments for a good price. They don't offer any kind of service you usually find in hotels (except daily cleaning), and everything is self service, but it is a very good choice, unless you really enjoy the perks of a good hotel.

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  • 60
    Diego de Velazquez Hotel

    Diego de Velazquez Hotel

    4 reviews
    Very Good! - 81% of guests recommend

    The rooms in this hotel were recently renovated, and where you can tell is the bathrooms: fancy new sinks, showers, toilets and floors. But the rest of the room seemed a little cramped and dark, with an old style tv (that doesn't bother me but it might some people.) The pool is really cool, heated and on a beautiful wood ...

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