Atton El Bosque


Open: Atton El Bosque is open all year.

Location: The hotel is in the heart of Las Condes suburb, this is a renowned commercial and residential area of Santiago. There are cafes, bars, restaurants, shopping centres and the subway all within walking distance of the hotel.

Rooms:  Atton El Bosque has 241 rooms located on 18 floors. There are 3 types of rooms; Standard Queen (2 queen beds), Standard King (1 king bed) and Junior Suite (1 king bed).  All are en-suite, have Wi-Fi, minibar and safe and room service is available. Each room has a work area with desk, the Junior Suite also has a living room area and a tea and coffee station.

Activities: You can go sightseeing and shopping in the city, visit museums. The hotel is approximately 2.5km from San Cristobal Hill, Ralli Museums and just over a kilometre from Parque de Las Esculturas.

Facilities: The hotel has a restaurant and bar serving a blend of Chilean and international dishes together with fine wines and spirits. There is a cafeteria for light bites and more casual dining. There is a swimming pool on the 18th floor with views of the city, a fitness suite, business area and meeting rooms. The concierge service is available should you need any assistance.

Dining: The restaurant specialises in Chilean, Peruvian and international cuisine made from fresh, local ingredients. A good selection of fine wines, cocktails and spirits are available from the bar. A buffet breakfast is included in your stay; start your day with a selection of fruits, breads, hams, cheeses, cereals and cake, accompanied of course by delicious, freshly brewed coffee.

Children: Children of all ages are welcome. Cots are available for children under 2.

Health: There is no malaria in Chile.

Communication: There is complimentary wifi internet access in rooms and public areas.

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Client Rating for Chile 5/5 from 3 reviews