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InterContinental Santiago

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José Severino
Club Concierge

It is a pleasure to welcome you to InterContinental Santiago. We are glad to offer a personalized service. We are here to ensure that all your needs are met and preserve the best memories of our city and that you will return to InterContinental Santiago.

Things to do
The Perfect Day

Morning

Start your day with a delicious buffet breakfast in our restaurant Terranée, then you can walk to “Bicentenario” park located three blocks from the hotel and connect with Alonso Cordova Avenue where you will find famous designer boutiques. By midday, a walk in the “Pueblito Los Dominicos”, will allow you to appreciate our handicrafts, especially the “Lapislazuli”, unique stone in our region.

Afternoon

After a great lunch at any of our restaurants, "Terranée", "The Lobby Bar & Resto" or "Pasta Basta", get to know our city starting of at downtown. Located ten minutes by taxi or twenty in our modern and clean metro, you can get to know part of our history visiting the Presidential Palace "La Moneda" with its Cultural Center, the famous "Plaza de Armas", the Cathedral or the famous Fine Arts Museum “Bellas Artes”. Take a pleasant walk along the beautiful Barrio "Lastarria", where you can find many cafes, restaurants and ice cream parlors with exotic flavors.

Evening

Enjoy a happy ending for a wonderful night, walking down the street that surrounds the hotel. A few minutes away you can find a variety of restaurants with national and international cuisine. Visit the bohemian “Barrio Bellavista” area or visit the exclusive area of Nueva Costanera for a great dinner.

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Did You Know?
  • Catedral de Santiago

    Is 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.

What to Pack