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Santiago Hotels

Radisson Plaza Santiago

Pros

  • All the comfort and facilities of a top hotel (such as concierge service) at a more modest price
  • Easy walking distance to the metro

Cons

  • Major construction projects in the immediate area
  • Fee for high-speed Internet (though the slower option is free)

Updated 12/31/1969

Fodor's Review

Santiago's World Trade Center is also home to the Radisson, a combination that will make sense to many corporate travelers. The windows here are huge, with three wide glass panels for triptych perspectives of the city and the Andes beyond. The upholstered leather chairs and wood paneling in meeting rooms make it clear the hotel is serious in its attitude toward luxury. Even standard rooms have nice touches like wooden writing desks and small sitting areas with plush sofas.

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Hotel Information

Address:

Av. Vitacura 2610, Santiago, Chile

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Phone:

2-203–6000; 800-333–3333-toll-free in U.S.; 2-203–6001; 2-433–9000; 888-201–1718-in U.S.

Hotel Details:

  • Credit cards accepted
  • 134 rooms, 25 suites
  • Breakfast

Updated 12/31/1969

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Aug 17, 2006

Good quality Radisson with friendly and helpful staff

This is a good quality Radisson. Comfortable rooms with everything you need, pleasant bar and other services. Not that keen on restaurant which is a bit bland and lacking in choice, and I would walk to one of many good restaurants around Bosque Norte.

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