Su Merced

Coronel Santiago Bueras 121, Santiago, Santiago Metropolitan, 8320117, Chile

This small boutique hotel in a historic building has stunning views over Parque Forestal with sleek design and art inside. Walls are painted in rich tones of sunset orange and deep brown that complement the park view, and rooms have inset bookshelves and, occasionally, exposed metal beams. Two rooms have access to a divided balcony that overlooks the park.

YOU SHOULD KNOW The shared balcony is only accessed from two rooms. The rest of the rooms do not have outside access.


Rooms are small but not cramped, and stylishly appointed. Architectural and design details are prioritized, and rooms are comfortable and silent with desks, complimentary water, minibar and room safe.

YOU SHOULD KNOW Only two rooms have balconies overlooking the park. Some rooms overlook the park, others just another street. If having a view is important to you, book accordingly.


Basic, fashionable and impeccably clean, but no bells and whistles.


There is a small lobby beside reception, adjacent to the breakfast area, but it is more of a waiting spot to wait for your traveling companions than a place to spend time.

YOU SHOULD KNOW There are not a lot of public spaces in this hotel, which has dedicated its space to rooms, and the breakfast area/lobby.


Getting Around

This hotel is well-connected to the main metro line (red/Line 1) in Santiago. However, many guests prefer to use Uber, Cabify or a local taxi.


Nearby dining options abound, with this hotel being very close to the Lastarria (6-minute walk) neighborhood, which has one long street dedicated mostly to restaurants, including Chipe Libre, (5-minute walk) a restaurant which specializes in food and drink from the north of Chile and the south of Peru, including Pisco from each country. Also nearby is Bocanáriz, (5-minute walk) Santiago's first wine bar/restaurant. Also just steps from the hotel is the newest location of Liguria, (5-minute walk) with classic Chilean food in a bistro environment. Very nearby is Bellavista with its Patio Bellavista, (7-minute walk)filled with restaurants as well as the street Constitución, which also has many notable dining options, including Peumayén, (10-minute walk) serving ancestral Chilean food.


Near the hotel there are a few informal, lively bars, try the one at Liguria (5-minute walk) for a Pisco sour. Most of the bar culture in this area is concentrated in Bellavista, just across the river, where Azotea Matilde (12-minute walk or 7-minute drive) is popular for alfresco drinks, and The Hip Hotel's hotel bar (7-minute walk, upstairs in Patio Bellavista) offers sparkly drinks and small plates for an even more refined palate.


This hotel is compact, which means no wandering around endless hallways. Charming mosaics and artistic touches abound. Elevator access makes room access a cinch, or take the stairs if you prefer. Rooms are quiet and quirky, with painted accent walls to add interest. What the hotel lacks in communal space it makes up for in privacy and comfort.


8 rooms, 1 suite
Breakfast yes
Lunch no
Dinner no
Bar no
Cafe no
Room Service no
Throughout hotel
Parking Lot


Phones: 2-2584-7230

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