After enjoying our delicious breakfast buffet, walk around the renowned Providencia Avenue, where you will find shops, restaurants, bookstores and cafes. Five blocks away from this hotel, you'll find the recently open Mall Costanera Center, with its internationally recognized shops and the famous restaurant Hard Rock Café. On the afternoon, stroll around the Pueblito Los Dominicos where you'll enjoy our crafts, especially the Lapis Lazuli , a stone unique in our region. If you are looking for a relaxing time, walk along Avenida Andrés Bello, where you'll find the Sculpture Park and Bicentennial Park, which features an artificial lagoon.
After a morning in our heated indoor pool, walk around the city center. Take a cab or use the modern and clean subway (Metro) and in ten to 20 minutes you'll be at the Presidential Palace , the Cultural Center, the famous Plaza de Armas, the Cathedral of Santiago and the National Museum of Fine Arts. The Cerro Santa Lucia, with its traditional cannon twelve, let him have a partial view of downtown from the top. Take a pleasant walk along the beautiful Lastarria where you can find different courtyards with upscale restaurants and ice cream shops. When it comes to seafood, don't forget to visitthe Central Market.
Live Santiago at night and enjoy the magic that surrounds the neighborhood. A few minutes away from this hotel, you’ll find a variety of restaurants with international and national cuisine. Visit the bohemian area in Barrio Bellavista or visit the exclusive and high-end area of Nueva Costanera Avenue. For a special night out, visit the Cerro San Cristobal and its restaurant located at the top of the hill, which will give you a great view of the city.
Catedral de Santiago
The biggest church in Santiago where the Bishop holds Mass every Sunday. The Cathedral holds a collection of relics from priests past.
Cerro San Cristóbal
San Cristóbal Hill is the city's biggest hill. At the top you will find the chapel and landmark statue of the Virgin Mary. There's also the famous Camino Real restaurant, the Zoo and the Teleférico or cable car.
Cerro Santa Lucía
The famous location of the old Spanish forts.
Museo Chileno de Arte Precolombino
The region's most important museum covering the early history of Latin America. You'll find exhibits tracing the cultures of the Peruvian, Incas and the Mexican Mayas.
Plaza Mulato Gil de Castro
A meeting point for the writers and artists of Santiago. Every morning a fleamarket takes place near the coffee shops.