Santiago Hotels



At a Glance


  • prime location on Avenida Apoquindo, close to the main El Golf business and restaurant area
  • concierge


  • some find the elaborate decoration fussy and oppressive
  • fee for Internet in rooms (but not for Wi-Fi)

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Ritz-Carlton Review

The rather bland brick exterior of this 15-story hotel, the first Ritz-Carlton in South America, belies the luxurious appointments within. Mahogany-paneled walls, cream marble floors, and enormous windows characterize the splendid two-story lobby. Elegant furnishings upholstered in brocade, and silk floral fabrics dominate the large guest rooms. Under a magnificent glass dome on the top floor you can swim or work out while pondering the panorama, smog permitting, of the Andes and the Santiago skyline.

    Hotel Details

  • 189 rooms, 16 suites
  • Rate includes breakfast.
  • Credit cards accepted.

Fodorite Reviews

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    Great stay

    We used the Ritz as a central base while traveling in Chile. We ended up staying four nights. The staff is really top notch. There is a constuction sight across the street, so if you like to sleep late ask for a room on the other side of the hotel. They started construction early and worked on Saturday. Resturants were good but kind of pricey.

    by knlaw, 2/4/09

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