“This homely B&B offers great value. The 10 rooms are basic but many look out over a plant-filled interior patio that’s packed with inviting hammocks.”
“With an unbeatable location, this newly opened hotel in the heart of Lastarria puts guests within stumbling distance to some of the city’s best restaurants, bars and cultural attractions. Each of the 70 rooms has its own artistic touch, and there’s even a small rooftop pool.”
“This 42-room property opened in October 2016 to rave reviews. It ingeniously intertwines old and new as chequered tiles, marble staircases and reconstructed stained-glass windows appear alongside ultramodern light fixtures, geometric furnishings and vertigo-inducing glass floors.”
“Barrio Italia’s first boutique hotel is as charming as it purports to be, with a terrace that leads into a lovingly restored 1940s home. There are harlequin tiles on the floors, exposed brickwork and six artfully designed rooms bearing nameplates that welcome each arriving guest.”
“Just eight rooms make up Tinto Boutique Hotel in Bellavista, one of the city’s busiest night life neighborhoods (doubles from $129, including breakfast). The speakeasy bar on the roof is one of the hottest in town, and it’s open only to guests and those dining at the restaurant.” Shortlisted in New York Times’ 36 Hours in Santiago, Chile.
“Carménère Eco Hotel, just north of the trendy Barrio Italia, has five welcoming rooms, plus a garden where guests can breakfast in the summer. There is also a small wine cellar for sampling organic Chilean wines, and exceptionally friendly service.” Shortlisted in New York Times’ 36 Hours in Santiago, Chile.