This family-owned hotel is in the historic Barrio of Lastarria, a district of boutiques, cafes, art galleries and parks. Built in 2014, the hotel's architecture reflects that of neighbouring buildings. Cerro San Cristobal is within walking distance, and a climb up the hill is rewarded by superb views over the city.
After sightseeing you can enjoy some quiet time at the hotel, which has indoor and outdoor relaxation areas including a spa offering a range of massages, a sauna and jacuzzi. The rooftop terrace is a great place to sit and take in the city skyline as you sip a drink from the bar and chat to fellow guests, and the terrace swimming pool is a real plus for a city centre hotel.
At The Singular Santiago, as at its sister hotel in Patagonia, you dine on beautifully prepared cuisine based on classic Chilean dishes created from the finest local ingredients such as oysters from Chiloe Island, scallops from Puerto Natales and Tierra del Fuego guanaco. With its dark wood, wall mirrors and chandeliers, the restaurant is elegant and has a sophisticated ambience. When weather permits you can dine in the courtyard.
The 62 rooms are arranged over 7 floors. All are spacious, have a sitting area, attractive prints on the walls, and an en-suite bathroom. All are equipped wth a minibar, safe and free Wi-Fi internet access. The large suite on the 8th floor has its own living room and views of Parque Florestal.
Open: The Singular Santiago, Lastarria Hotel is open all year. The hotel first opened in 2014.
Location: The hotel is in the historic Lastarria district in north-east Santiago near Cerro Santa Lucia hilltop park and the Parque Florestal. There are cafes, bars, restaurants, shops and galleries within walking distance of the hotel.
Rooms: There are 61 rooms and 1 suite. All are en-suite, have Wi-Fi, minibar and safe. The 7 patio rooms provide 25sqm of space and face west, the 14 classic rooms are 28sqm and face south, and the 40 singular rooms range between 36 and 40sqm and face north. These last rooms have both a bath and a shower. The singular suite covers 80sqm, faces north, has a large bathroom with twin hand basins, separate shower and bath, and a sitting room. There is round the clock room service.
Activities: You can go sightseeing and shopping in the city, visit museums, spend time in Parque Florestal and get great views over Santiago from Cerro Santa Lucia and Cerro San Cristobal.
Facilities: The hotel has a restaurant, courtyard, bar, additional rooftop bar, outdoor swimming pool, terrace, spa with jacuzzi, sauna and steam bath, gym, yoga room, business area and meeting rooms. There is a concierge service.
Dining: The restaurant specialises in Chilean cuisine made from fresh, local ingredients. Al fresco dining is available in the courtyard. Bar Merced serves snacks as well as drinks.
Children: Children of all ages are welcome. Cots and highchairs are available.
Health: There is no malaria in Chile.
Communication: There is complimentary Wi-Fi internet access in rooms and public areas.
Notes: The hotel is part of the Singular Hotels group, which also has a property in Patagonia. The Singular Santiago is a member of The Leading Hotels of the World group.
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