Santiago Hotels


San Cristóbal Tower and Sheraton Santiago

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At a Glance


  • impeccable service
  • concierge


  • on the north side of the Mapocho River, a taxi ride away from the nearest metro station and from business, restaurant, and shopping areas
  • fee for Wi-Fi

San Cristóbal Tower and Sheraton Santiago Review

Two distinct hotels stand side by side at this lovely property that for the most part functions as a single entity and nearly all amenities are shared by guests of both hotels. The Sheraton Santiago is certainly a luxury hotel, but the San Cristóbal Tower is in a class by itself. Pricier and more luxurious than the Sheraton, it is popular with business executives and foreign dignitaries who value its efficiency, elegance, and impeccable service. A lavish, labyrinthine marble lobby links the two hotels, their fine restaurants, and their large hotel convention center. Pampering is not all that goes on at the San Cristóbal Tower—attentive staff members at the business center can provide you with secretarial and other services. The modern rooms have elegant linens and are decorated with rich fabrics. Tourists (rather than businesspeople) favor the more modestly priced (but still $$$$) Sheraton. Its rooms are smaller but still luminous: ask for one overlooking the San Cristóbal Hill.

    Hotel Details

  • 127 rooms, 12 suites
  • Credit cards accepted.

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