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  • 1
    The Aubrey

    The Aubrey

    Hotel Class:
    5
    6 reviews

    If there is a place where I don't mind spending money, it's this hotel! Its small size, topnotch eclectic decoration and all those hundreds carefully attended details drives your mode to be always relaxed and inspired. Between its different lounges, its elegant restaurant, and its pool terrace, this hotel offers a unique experience in the lively Bellavista neighborhood. All the ...

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  • 2
    W Santiago

    W Santiago

    Hotel Class:
    4.5
    6 reviews

    Can you start a review of a hotel with the pool? Well I am. Las Vegas roof top mixed with a Caribbean vibe overlooking the best of the cityscape business center of Santiago. W is a modern hotel for the new millennium posh or jet setters. Staff are always connected with earpieces to serve you with the most efficiency. The ...

    Popular withLuxuryBusinessTrendsters
  • 3
    Santiago Marriott Hotel

    Santiago Marriott Hotel

    Hotel Class:
    4
    7 reviews

    Nice hotel, rooms are pretty and clean. Breakfast buffett is delicious

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  • 4
    The Ritz-Carlton Santiago

    The Ritz-Carlton Santiago

    Hotel Class:
    4.5
    6 reviews

    Of course it was excellent, what else would one expect from the Ritz. Friendly and attentive staff, spacious rooms with comfy feather beds. Luxury is at every corner, fine dining in the hotel or just around the corner in any direction. The view from the room shows off the most modern of Santiago. Car service is at the waiting and ...

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  • 5
    Kennedy Hotel

    Kennedy Hotel

    Hotel Class:
    4.5
    5 reviews

    The Kennedy has a couple of very nice features. I really like the pool with the wall water fall and the exterior glass elevator that faces the Andes. Plus, I love how close it is to one of the nicest shopping centers in all of Chile. The rooms are comfortable and easily earn a four star rating, too small for ...

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  • 6
    Grand Hyatt Santiago

    Grand Hyatt Santiago

    Hotel Class:
    4.5
    5 reviews

    Whoever designed this building was going for “wow,” and they got it. The circular building is hollow in the middle, so when you walk into the lobby, you can't help but stare upwards at the sunlit tube of a hotel. The rooms are equally wow. Some of the suites even have their own patio and yard, even though they're perched ...

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  • 7
    Atton Las Condes

    Atton Las Condes

    4.5
    4 reviews

    Bright art and blankets in the rooms, a lovely, grassy pool area and warm, professional service make this hotel inviting. This is the original Atton hotel, a small South American chain, and you can tell it's not brand spankin new. But that said, it's clean and pleasant. The rooms have a comfy chair and footrest, a large desk, and newish ...

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  • 8
    Atton El Bosque

    Atton El Bosque

    Hotel Class:
    4
    4 reviews

    As well balance as its brother in Las Condes area, this hotel brings an efficient and accommodating style to make you feel good and to recover any lost strength from a busy day in the city. The lobby is spacious and functional plus the restaurant and bar set you in the mood to keep going after a hearty meal! Neutral ...

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  • 9
    Happy House Hostel

    Happy House Hostel

    5
    3 reviews

    Remember when you were in high school, and you had that one friend that had the swankiest, funnest house, and everyone wanted to hang out there? Well, this is the hostel version of that. Hip, vintage, personal design. A pool table. A ping-pong table. A rad pool and deck. A bar. Great food. There's even a telescope to check out ...

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  • 10
    Meridiano Sur Petit Hotel

    Meridiano Sur Petit Hotel

    5
    3 reviews

    Creative and inspired is how I can best describe this little 8 room hotel. The M. Sur is modern on a budget. The rooms and spaces are intelligently designed. Poetry on bright white walls accented with deep dark shiny wooden floors, the hotel is simple and interesting. The staff are casual and attentive. I really loved the breakfast nook on ...

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  • 11
    Radisson Plaza Santiago Hotel

    Radisson Plaza Santiago Hotel

    Hotel Class:
    4.5
    3 reviews

    The Radisson has a surprising, elegant and friendly atmosphere, full of activity but well-balanced. Its restaurant resembles a colonial wine storehouse of central Chile. Do not miss its fabulous swimming pool and jacuzzi in the fitness center located on the upper floors, with enviable views of the business district of Santiago. Its sauna is amazing, with an unsurpassed view toward ...

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  • 12
    Crowne Plaza Hotel Santiago

    Crowne Plaza Hotel Santiago

    Hotel Class:
    4.5
    3 reviews

    This is one of the most quality hotels I've ever been to. The place just exudes understated class and professionalism. One gets the feeling that it's the hotel other hotels aim for when they're trying to reach that gold standard of care and detail-orientation. There's nothing exactly flashy about it (except for the flamboyantly massive chandeliers hanging everywhere), but the ...

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  • 13
    Le Reve Boutique Hotel

    Le Reve Boutique Hotel

    4.5
    3 reviews

    This is a great little hotel very close to Santiago's greatest green area, Parque Forestal, in the Providencia district. The charming low-rise building, built at the beginning of the 1900s, has been remodeled to be so cozy that you have little desire to leave. Its completely French garden is not overloaded, but paved with pebbles and dotted with tables that ...

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  • 14
    Hotel Bonaparte

    Hotel Bonaparte

    Hotel Class:
    4.5
    3 reviews

    Hotel Bonaparte is in a very quaint neighborhood in Santiago called Providencia. You will enjoy walking the tree-lined streets passing the stately homes. The area also has a lot of good restaurants if you like food as much as I do. Just talking about it makes me want to go back. If I were there I would certainly tour you ...

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  • 15
    Holiday Inn Santiago Airport

    Holiday Inn Santiago Airport

    Hotel Class:
    4
    4 reviews

    My review: When I called to ask how to get to the hotel from the airport, the receptionist said, "you walk." Oh great, I thought. I'm gonna have to slog all the way through some hot parking lot with a bunch of crap. Well, I was wrong. This hotel is basically in the airport. You pick up your luggage, walk ...

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  • 16
    Hotel Vegas

    Hotel Vegas

    4.5
    3 reviews

    The Hotel Vegas is a great hotel in the middle of the historic Paris-Londres section of Santiago.

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  • 17
    Hotel Paris

    Hotel Paris

    4.5
    3 reviews

    The Hotel Paris is another gem in the middle of the historic Paris-Lowndes section of Santiago.

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  • 18
    Hotel Rio Bidasoa

    Hotel Rio Bidasoa

    Hotel Class:
    4.5
    3 reviews

    If you want to stay in a quiet beautiful hotel but you want a place that the locals go to as well, then I highly recommend this hotel. A smaller hotel with only 3 floors and 35 rooms. This was the first top class hotel in Santiago that I felt like I was still in Chile. Elegant landscaping for the ...

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  • 19
    Lastarria Boutique Hotel

    Lastarria Boutique Hotel

    Hotel Class:
    4.5
    3 reviews

    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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  • 20
    Hotel Tokyo

    Hotel Tokyo

    4
    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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