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Santiago’s many cultural offerings, including fine food and boutiques, are entirely captivating. The Chilean capital is in the spotlight, and for good reason: old world charm meets with modern amenities, breathtaking landscapes and a vibrant culinary scene. And with both ski resorts and beaches just 90 minutes away by car, the city is a cosmopolitan and alluring hub for commencing a Chilean journey.


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Terrace at Ritz-Carlton, Santiago, Santiago, Chile

Ritz-Carlton, Santiago

The 205-room Ritz-Carlton, Santiago, the company’s only property in South America, is one of the few big luxury names in Santiago, but it manages to convey an intimate, boutique feeling. In addition to all the dark wood, plush, floral-print and marble sumptuousness you’ve come to expect from the brand, this hotel—located in the tree-lined neighborhood of El Golf, within Las Condes—features a spacious deck under a crystal dome on the rooftop, with a gorgeous pool and a Jacuzzi and breathtaking views of Santiago.

Guest rooms feature classic, traditional décor with full modern-day amenities and many with fabulous views of the city's skyline. There is a 7,500-square-foot fitness center and spa and an indoor pool with windows looking out the Andes mountain range.

An elegant on-site restaurant, Estró, specializes in seafood dishes from the Chilean coast and serves “New Chilean” cuisine.

Bedroom Suite at The Singular, Santiago, Chile

The Singular Santiago

Opened in 2014, this luxury hotel is an oasis in the heart of Chile’s capital. Its exterior may be unassuming—according to Chilean law, any construction in the area must abide by strict stylistic rules—but whatever the façade lacks is made up for by its elegant, spacious and bright interiors. Blending classic with contemporary design, the 62 guest rooms are warm and inviting, featuring a muted palette of creams and greys. A few of the rooms have balconies, with the higher floor options offering a view.

The rooftop terrace has a large wooden bar, outdoor pool and views over the city and draws a local, post-work crowd. The restaurant has a relaxed vibe despite its sparkling chandeliers and bow-tied servers and serves seasonal Chilean dishes alongside an impressive wine list that features labels from within the country. Breakfast is cooked to order, and, in the summer months, can be enjoyed in the outdoor courtyard space, which acts as a casual dining area. The 3,300-square-foot subterranean spa offers specialty chakra treatments centered on balancing physical, mental, and spiritual harmony.

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