Come to Santiago without spending a fortune if you stay at a low-budget Rq Hotel Dacarlo that offers rates at 85US$. To see some of Santiago's natural beauty, consider booking a hotel next to Metro Santa Ana, such as a budget-friendly Rq City Center, situated within walking distance of parks and ski slopes. A good budget-friendly option in Las Condes district is San Francisco Suites, a 15-minute walk to Iglesia de la Veracruz and not far from La Serrana restaurant.
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Where to stay in Santiago?
Best cheap hotels in Santiago
Santiago airports & Subway stations
Holiday Inn Santiago - Airport Terminal is conveniently situated 5 minutes' walk from Arturo Merino Benitez airport and provides free self-parking, an outdoor swimming pool and tubing. For visitors who are not planning to use a car to navigate Santiago, choose a hotel like La Casa Cala situated near Francisco Bilbao metro station.
Convenience of staying in hotels downtown
Luxury and boutique accommodation in Santiago
The luxury W Santiago is situated within easy walking distance of Sala de Arte Las Condes. Those wishing to stay in a boutique hotel near Edificio Radicales can choose from Mito Casa Hotel and Hotel Acacias De Vitacura. Santiago has a number of reputable international chains, these include Radisson Ciudad Empresarial and Radisson Blu Santiago La Dehesa.
Explore and find your best apartments, B&Bs and others
If you're visiting Santiago with your family, choose a spacious apartment next to Centro Comercial Apumanque, such as Sk Homes that features an outdoor swimming pool and free private parking. Santiago has 43 B&B deals, such as Bellavista Home or Inmoba Apartments for your home-like comfort and atmosphere. Think over staying at Ibis Santiago Estacion Central or Hotel Piso 3 in Santiago if you're on a business trip. For a relaxing vacation, reserve a resort hotel near Plaza Camilo Mori, such as Principado or Happy House Hostel.
City Guide: Discover the best of Santiago
Santiago is the most practical city in the world.
Civilized and tranquil, it serves as an escape from the buzz and vibrancy of the South American cities of Rio or Buenos Aires. In comparison with its Southern neighbors Santiago is more practical, than impressive with its pedestrian friendly center where you can cross the street safe without constantly turning your head left or right and maneuvering among cars.
Consider travel to Santiago – a destination with all features of metropolis but with elements of a rural idyll. With Booked.net you can be there in a click if choose any hotel you like online - from cheap hotels in Santiago to those with luxuries. Check them out at Booked.net.
Santiaguinos believe their city is so tranquil that it always needs a good party and this has led to a record-breaking level of alcohol consumption in Santiago, especially among tourists. A safe city in most places - nit still has some element of danger so be careful of locals gradually trying to make you drunk.
Santiago is much more than partying with strong tequila. It is a city with hot Chilean spirit that is best reflected in its nightlife, dining out and colorful Barrio Brasil neighborhood – it is colored by renaissance touches a bit away from the traditional, but chaotic Chilean cityscape. Attractions include;
- Parque Forestal is a long tree-lined park running parallel to the Mapocho River
- La Moneda Palace, a presidential palace in Santigo
- La Chascona, one of homes of the famous poet Pablo Neruda
This Chilean bred poet painted the whole of Chile in the color of "esperanza", hope in Spanish, as he regarded the green ink he wrote with to be a color of hope. And all his hopes were toward better future ''with Spain in heart''. There were hard times in the 1930s when the transformation of Santiago into a modern and industrialized city started. In the following decades, Santiago flourished and continued to grow rapidly till 1981 when it went into economic crisis. But the economy recovered quickly, and since then was built a strong financial sector that continues to today.
This change in financial fortune caused such rapid growth in the population of the city during the 20th century that a population of 383,587 inhabitants in 1907 is multiplied almost by two nowadays.
With regards to the change in population, the number of tourists in Santiago swells that number even higher. You can make your stay in Santiago complete with Booked.net – reliable bookings and no agency fees.