Hotels in Santiago Chile

Hotels in Santiago Chile offer amazing views upon a city nicknamed “Santi”. The second longest country from north to south in the world behind Brazil, Chile spans just 217 miles from east to west compared to 2,670 miles from north to south. Defined by the Andes Mountains, the longest mountain range in the world, on its eastern border and the Pacific Ocean to the west, Chile has arguably the most unique geography of any country in the world. Set near Chile’s mid-point, Santiago is positioned centrally between mountains and ocean, with about 50 miles of separation on each side. As such, Santiago makes for some exciting outdoor adventure opportunities involving both ocean and mountain. Two of the area’s best ski resorts include Valle Nevado and La Parva, while the nearest beaches include Playa Grande Las Cruces and Playa El Quisco. When it comes to hotels in Santiago Chile we can say that we are pretty impressed with the findings. With a focus on luxury suites and penthouses, we present the finest quality accommodations. Before we get you to these hotels in Santiago Chile, let’s take a look at some background information on the area to help you along the way.

Santiago‘s founding occurred in 1541, though archaeological evidence suggests that nomadic hunter-gatherers had inhabited the area dating back at least 10,000 years. In 1541, Pedro de Valdivia, a Spanish conquistador, named the place Santiago del Nuevo Extremo in honor of Saint James. Originally built in a grid layout consisting of eighteen blocks altogether, the city was burned and nearly overrun by Michimalonco-led natives. Inés de Suárez, Valdivia’s mistress, successfully defended the city’s fort with 55 Spanish troops, terrorizing the invading natives by killing and decapitating native prisoners within the fort, putting their heads on spikes or throwing them over the fort’s walls. Although the city’s first few years were threatened by food, supply and clothing shortages, indigenous attacks, floods and earthquakes, expansion began to take hold in 1580, when the first major buildings took shape, most notably what would become Santiago Metropolitan Cathedral and the San Francisco Church.

The capital and largest city in Chile, Santiago today has over 6.4 million inhabitants. Situated in the center of the Santiago Basin, which consists of fertile lands surrounded by snow-capped mountains, Santiago enjoys a semi-arid climate with Mediterranean patterns. High summer temperatures range in the 90s degrees Fahrenheit while winter highs are in the 50s. Culture in Santiago is driven by its monuments, cultural activities, entertainment, museums, sports, recreation and religion. Points of interest include National Museum of Fine ArtsNational Historical MuseumNational Library of ChileNational Museum of Natural History, Gran Torre SantiagoContemporary Art Museum of SantiagoFine Arts MuseumMunicipal Theatre of SantiagoGabriela Mistral Cultural CenterEstadio Nacional de ChileChilean National ZooBarrio Bellavista and Universidad de Chile. One of the safest and cleanest cities in Latin America, Santi is a comfortable place to do outdoor activities and go exploring on tours. US Dollars are rarely accepted in businesses, so it may be a good idea to exchange for Chilean Pesos ahead of time where available. Popular Santiago foods include pastel de choclo, a corn casserole pie with meat stuffing, empanadas, chacarero, or a steak sandwich and curanto, a seafood, meat and vegetable stew. Wine is a popular drink and pairs well with many of the city’s seafood delicacies. Now that we have some background information on the area, it’s time for hotels in Santiago Chile that will help provide for an outstanding experience.




The Ritz-Carlton Santiago

Calle El Alcalde No. 15

Hotels in Santiago Chile

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The Ritz-Carlton Santiago features a rooftop spa, mountain and city views, a heated pool, a hot tub, 3 restaurants, classic decor and a fitness center. Nearby you may find Estró (restaurant), Fix Cafe, Smart Fit Foster (gym), Starbucks, La mechada nacional (restaurant), Peluqueria Biarritz (beauty salon), Depilación Maggi (waxing hair removal service), Tasty Beat (restaurant), Quimey Sushi (gluten-free restaurant), Happening (restaurant), Eric Kayser (cafe), Patagonia Schokoland (cafeteria), Las Condes Municipal Theatre (performing arts theater), Palacio Danubio Azul (restaurant) and more.

This location is within feet of El Golf Subway Station, 0.4 miles from Tobalaba Metro Station, 0.6 miles from Hard Rock Cafe Santiago, 0.7 miles from Costanera Center Santiago, 0.8 miles from Cristopher Colombus Subway Station, 0.9 miles from Los Leones Metro Station, 1.1 miles from Providencia, 1.2 miles from Santiago Cable Car and Pedro de Valdivia Metro Station, 1.3 miles from Francisco Bilbao Subway Station and Parque Bicentenario Santiago, 1.5 miles from Parque Araucano, 2 miles from San Cristobal Hill, 5 miles from Movistar Arena, 7.2 miles from Museo Interactivo Mirador and 11.5 miles from Santiago International Airport.

Approximate cost per night (king suite): $547

Cost per person (three people): $183




UGO Hotel

Av. Holanda 307

Hotels in Santiago Chile

Costanera Center Santiago

UGO Hotel offers a seasonal outdoor swimming pool, free private parking, a fitness center, a bar, flat-screen TVs, a 24-hour front desk, free WiFi, air conditioning and a buffet breakfast. You may find OGGI Gelato Santiago (ice cream shop), Madison Coffee (cafe), Pikada Pizzas y Empanadas (restaurant), Rishtedar (Indian restaurant), Tomodashi Go (restaurant), El Honesto Mike (restaurant), Beauty Salon VERANVIOR, Restaurante Long Wei (Chinese restaurant), BEPPO Bistró, Café (restaurant), Café con Cuento (cafe) and more within range.

Tobalaba Metro Station is 0.3 miles, Costanera Center Santiago, Los Leones Metro Station and Hard Rock Cafe Santiago are 0.4 miles, Providencia is 0.5 miles, El Golf Subway Station and Pedro de Valdivia Metro Station are 0.6 miles, Cristopher Colombus Subway Station is 0.8 miles, Santiago Cable Car is 0.9 miles, Manuel Montt Metro Station is 1.1 miles, San Cristobal Hill is 1.5 miles, Parque Bicentenario Santiago is 1.6 miles, Santa Lucia Hill is 2.7 miles, Museum of Pre-Columbian Art is 3.1 miles and Santiago International Airport is 11.1 miles from this locale.

Approximate cost per night (junior suite): $268

Cost per person  (four people): $67



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Hotel Eco Boutique Bida

 Av. Vitacura, 4873

Hotels in Santiago Chile

Parque Arauco Santiago

With an outdoor swimming pool surrounded by gardens, a restaurant with a terrace, complementary welcome drinks, free WiFi, free parking, cozy rooms, safety deposit boxes, air conditioning and balconies, Hotel Eco Boutique Bida sits close to Energy Fitness Club, Danes (restaurant), El Tamarugo Walk (shopping mall), Museo de la Moda (museum), Budh Cafe, Lenas Restaurant, Emporio Vitacura (cafe), Smart Fit, Restaurant Miraolas and more.

This hotel is 0.6 miles from Parque Arauco Santiago, 0.7 miles from KidZania Santiago and Parque Araucano, 1 mile from Parque Bicentenario Santiago, 1.3 miles from Apumanque Mall, 1.8 miles from Hard Rock Cafe Santiago and Costanera Center Santiago, 2.1 miles from Santiago Cable Car, 2.3 miles from Alto Las Condes, 6.1 miles from Museo de la Memoria Santiago and 12 miles from Arturo Merino Benitez Airport.

Approximate cost per night (standard apartment): $518

Cost per person (four people): $130



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Lastarria 43-61

Jose Victorino Lastarria, 43

Hotels in Santiago Chile

Museum of Visual Arts

Lastarria 43-61 provides free WiFi, modern kitchen facilities, separate living areas, whirlpool showers and private balconies. Close to this spot are Alameda Boulevard (shopping mall), Shivano (game store), Comida Rapida Okinawa (Taiwanese restaurant), Panko (sushi restaurant), Jose Ramon 277 (bar), Emporio La Rosa (ice cream shop), Casa Lastarria (Chilean restaurant), Ulises Lastarria (book store), Cafe 339, Tren Al Sur Cafeteria, Barra Experimental (cafe) and more.

From here Gabriela Mistral Cultural Centre is 0.1 miles, Museum of Visual Arts, Archeological Museum of Santiago and Santa Lucia Hill Santiago are 0.2 miles, Vicuña Mackenna Square, Forestal Park and Chilean National Museum of Fine Arts are 0.3 miles, Patio Bellavista is 0.5 miles, Museum of Pre-Columbian Art and La Chascona are 0.7 miles, Costanera Center is 2.5 miles and Arturo Merino Benitez Airport is 9.3 miles from this property.

Approximate cost per night (superior duplex apartment): $225

Cost per person (four people): $57



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Hotel Magnolia

Paseo Huerfanos 539

Hotels in Santiago Chile

Santa Lucia Hill Santiago

Featuring vintage decor, free WiFi, complementary breakfast, extra long beds, slippers, mini-bars, coffee machines, flat-screen TVs, safety deposit boxes, air conditioning, room service, a library and a terrace, Hotel Magnolia can be found close to Milagritos (tea store), Natfood (natural goods store), Sendero (memorial park), La Antigua Bodeguita (restaurant), Tostaduria Talca (bakery), Enrilo (chocolate shop), Albedrio (hamburger restaurant), RestoBar and more.

Santa Lucia Hill Santiago is within feet, Vicuña Mackenna Square, Municipal Theatre of Santiago, Archeological Museum of Santiago, Museum of Visual Arts, Chilean National Library and Chilean National Museum of fine Arts are 0.2 miles, Red House Santiago and San Agustin Temple are 0.3 miles, Museum of Pre-Columbian Art is 0.5 miles, Patio Bellavista is 0.6 miles, La Chascona is 0.8 miles, Costanera Center is 2.6 miles and Arturo Merino Benitez Airport is 9.1 miles from this spot.

Approximate cost per night: $294




La Sebastiana Suites

San Sebastian, 2727

Hotels in Santiago Chile

Hard Rock Cafe Santiago

Offering free WiFi, parquet floors, fully-equipped kitchens, living rooms, flat-screen TVs, balconies with city views and air conditioning, La Sabastiana Suites is found near Leandro Gabanno (beauty salon), Flannery’s (Irish pub), Fuente Mardoqueo (restaurant) Castaño (cafe), Peluqueria More Beauty (beauty salon), Amelia Café, Quotidien Bistro (restaurant), Sala de Arte CCU (art gallery), Between Cafe and more.

From here Hard Rock Cafe Santiago and Costanera Center are 0.3 miles, Santiago Cable Car is 0.8 miles, Providencia is 0.9 miles, Parque Bicentenario Santiago is 1.2 miles, San Cristobal Hill is 1.6 miles, Parque Araucano is 1.8 miles, KidZania Santiago is 1.9 miles and Arturo Merino Benitez Airport is 11.1 miles.

Approximate cost per night (two-bedroom suite): $225

Cost per person (four people): $57



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Matildas Hotel Boutique

Agustinas 2149

Hotels in Santiago Chile

Coliseo Santiago

Matildas Hotel Boutique has free WiFi, spacious and bright rooms, daily breakfast, a 24-hour front desk, a garden, a terrace and meeting and laundry facilities. Close to this boutique hotel you may encounter Blueys (bar & grill), Blondie Snack Bar, Bar Winner, Cosmopolitan (restaurant), Baires Sushi Club, Cafe Paris, Peperone (restaurant), Las Vacas Gordas (restaurant), Filippo (ice cream shop), El Pollo Barra (restaurant), Los Chinos Ricos (restaurant), Cafe Cronica Digital, Cafe Literario La Canela and more.

This location is 0.7 miles from Constitution Square, Palacio de La Moneda and Coliseo Santiago, 0.8 miles from Former National Congress Building, Victor Jara Stadium, O’Higgins Memorial, Museo de la Memoria Santiago and Museum of Pre-Columbian Art, 0.9 miles from The Cathedral of Santiago, 1.3 miles from Santa Lucia Hill, 1.4 miles from Movistar Arena, 1.9 miles from Patio Bellavista, 4.7 miles from Parque Bicentenario Santiago and  8 miles from Arturo Merino Benitez Airport.





We hope you agree that the hotels in Santiago Chile listed above make for some of the finest in the city. Thank you for stopping by and may your trip to Chile be a memorable one!

29 Replies to “Hotels in Santiago Chile”

  1. Wow, that is all I can really say.  I didn’t even know something like this existed.  I guess because my mind has never even thought about traveling in luxury to this extent.  Your pictures are incredible and the idea behind it is great too.  Now that I am getting older I want to travel in comfort.  I am spending a little more money when I travel just so that I feel comfortable where I am staying so I do not feel drained when I get back from my travels.  Hotels are a thing of the past. 

  2. Any place that has cultural festivities is a great destination.  Glad to  see that Santiago has quite a number of museums to visit. Hotel Eco Boutica looks cozy enough. I love the open space plan and the huge dining set. I also love the modern finishes.

    I also love the Duplex Penthouse El Golf. Feels like you are in the middle of the city. All those houses are super amazing. I like that they have put all the necessary amenities in place.

    As usual, another great post by pentrental. You give us such awesome places to visit. Thank you!

  3. Great post you have up here. Chile seems to me as a nation that is deeply rooted in culture and have high cultural monuments and values. I like learning more about different culture since it is one of our strongholds as humans. However, exploration to this country would not be worthwhile without retiring into one of the suggested penthouses listed here on this post. The ambience that radiates serenity oozes from most of the suggested houses and they are all luxuriously structured. Personally, I like the Penthouse Alcantara, it looks awesome and befitting to my taste. Thanks

  4. I like the first hotel with the outdoor swimming pool. Because it has the Energy Fitness club I would probably be able to enjoy exercising there. Hard Rock Cafe is interesting I went there once when I was younger but haven’t been back since. Thanks for saying the distances from a lot of the major places you would go because that is helpful. The pictures are really nice. After reading them all and looking at the pictures, the first hotel is definitely my favorite because I actually like the picture the best and the fact that there is a gym nearby. Reading your articles makes me want to travel. Thank you! Please keep writing articles like this.

  5. Wow, I never knew that Chile held so much beauty. One of my friends is planning on a vacation there and I was wondering why he would choose Chile of all places, I think I know better now. This is a luxury at its peak and I feel that if I’m going on any travels anytime soon, I should most definitely visit the beautiful country and especially Santiago. I’m sure the people are cool with visitors.

    1. Henderson thank you for the comments! Santiago has many beautiful boutique hotels. Glad to hear that Chile has sparked your interest and happy travels out there 🙂

  6. I was staring at that picture where there’s a balcony in Penthouse Alcantara and I noticed the foggy skyline of the city. It can be smog or real fog from cold weather. That reminds me of South Africa, it has an almost similar climate as they are on the same latitude of the Earth. A female friend who’s also a travel blogger just got home from her tour of South America, and although Chile was not in her itinerary but Brazil and Argentina, I think I have to invite her to accompany me the moment I visit Chile. And thanks for the tip, I now have in mind where to stay there.

    1. Gomer thank you for the insights. Chile is not always on the travel itinerary, but for those who are traveling or considering traveling to Chile they will be happy to know that there are actually some very beautiful boutique hotels there. Santiago being located in a basin and surrounded by mountains, there are some great nature and ski areas away from the smog and fog.

  7. Well its seem like the best just keep coming. I’ve read alot about the life style in Chile and the food there but little I know about these hotels. These penthouse are really cool and for lovers of the-view-of-the-city like myself, I believe these are some of the best offers one can get. I personally have interest ins Penthouse Acantara, its really nice. 

  8. Chile is not in my travel bucket list but based on your article it seems that it is a wonderful place to visit especially Santiago. I am sure the cultural heritage of Chile is as rich as my country since we were also colonized by the Spanish for more than 300 years. Maybe we share the same Spanish culture. If I go there, I would prefer the Penthouse Alcantara. I like the balcony where you can see the city and the mountains from a far. The view looks relaxing which is perfect for a vacation. 

    1. Dan thank you for the comments. Santiago probably isn’t on a lot of bucket travel lists, but for those traveling there it’s nice to see some beautiful boutique hotels that are available. Being from the same cultural background, perhaps your curiosity has been spiked 😉

  9. What an amazing place, you have even us so much information this is just wonderful. Who knew Chile was so cultured, I honestly cannot wait to visit and there are so many stunning places to visit.
    You have helped me make my mind up regarding accommodation at least The Hotel Matildas Boutique is definitely the place for me. thank you so much for such great information I can’t wait to go.
    Do you find it expensive once you are there? Eating out etc..


  10. This looks like an absolutely amazing place to visit, I never knew Chile was so cultured. I cannot wait to visit there truly looks some beautiful places to see and the information you have given is fantastic.

    I have even made my mind up on accommodation, it has to be The Hotel Matildas Boutitique! what a place. Can you tell me if it’s expensive to eat out once your there?


    1. Hi Amy and thanks for the comments 🙂 Matilas Hotel Boutique is a fine choice and one of the best nearby restaurants is Cosmopolitan. For reference, the “Table of Meat Oysters and Shrimp”, which is meat sauteed with oysters and shrimp 36/40 refined with mushrooms and a touch of white wine, is one of the more expensive items on the menu and costs about $20 USD. Hope that helps and stop back anytime!

  11. Chile’ may be one of the best kept secrets as far as great places to visit. Although I’ve never been there, I’ve heard a lot about it. And I LOVE their red wines (best bang for the buck usually IMO). These pictures actually give me a different perspective than the already awesome one I had. One day I’d love to go stay at the Ritz in Santiago!! Beautiful! As far as the history, I’ve learned more of that in recent years, but you’ve filled in some of those gaps. I’ll check back periodicaly to see what interesting cultures you are highlighting, Perhaps I’ll go on one of these trips once the world isn’t on lockdown. 

    Thanks for the article and the info!!


    1. Darrin you are spot on in saying it might be the best kept secret. There’s something for everyone, be it skiing, exploring the city or visiting the beaches. Once the lockdowns pass it will make for a very interesting trip for sure!

  12. I really like the look of Hotel Magnolia, it has everything you could want from a luxury penthouse stay. I have often thought about traveling to Chile, I like the culture their. Now that I have seen your fantastic recommendations I’m going to take a serious look into going there. I will show this to my husband.

    1. Hotel Magnolia is an outstanding choice as far as hotels in Santiago Chile are concerned Linda and it deserves a serious look indeed. You and your husband would have a great time no doubts about it!

  13. Heloo this is really an insightful and informative article you have here. I have really heard a lot of things about Chile, if it’s beauty it’s culture, food and so may beautiful things, this article has succeeded in making a good confirmation of what I have been hearing.its really very beautiful, their penthouses are so beautiful, UGO Hotel will be an amazing place for a relaxation. It’s welcoming and looks great. 

  14. Hey nice article you have there. As a tourist, having an excellent suite on vacations has been my outmost priority, having gone through this article and the features of the hotels in Santi, I am convinced that the Ritz Carlton Santiago will be the best option for me and my family to have during our summer vacation holiday to Santiago.

  15. What a beautiful place. I have never been to Chile and this post wants me to start travelling again as soon as we are allowed to do so. I love the fact that you include attractions and things to see and do in the vicinity of each hotel in Santiago. There seem to be many museums and cultural attractions in Santiago. I prefer the smaller boutique hotels and you have presented us with many choices. Great post.

  16. Yeah, I’m really looking forward to the times when all of the COVID non-sense and lock-downs will be lifted. To that end, Chile, at least to me, is kind of the first place I want to go back to visit. The view of Santiago is just beyond mesmerizing.

    Other than that, I was not aware of those bits of history. Thank you for sharing that. I mean, it’s always great to learn something more about any place (and I’m willing to) that I visit. It’s just generally really fascinating stuff. I enjoyed the list of hotels you shared a lot.

    To that end, I have to be honest. I would probably have to go with the very first on the list. I know, I know. It doesn’t get more predictable than that. But that rooftop spa really sounds like something.

    Thank you, cheers.

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