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The Ritz Carlton Santiago
Why we like it
- Spacious rooms and suites have large windows to afford dazzling views
- The Ritz Carlton stands in a privileged location in the heart of the uptown El Golf neighbourhood, with its numerous restaurants, cafés, elegant boutiques and design stores, and tidy plazas
- Spa services, from massages to beauty treatments, are available at the top floor fitness centre
- A swimming pool is located on the top floor, under a magnificent glass cupola and with views of the Andes and the Santiago skyline
- The hotel offers a wide range of facilities and activities for children
The hotel offers several dining options, including the excellent 'Adra' restaurant, and the less formal 'Wine 365'
The Hotels you (Charlie Lockwood) selected were superb in Peru, Chile, Argentina and Brazil, what a pleasure it has been to stay in the Belmond Hotels, everyone was so helpful, and the Four Seasons in Buenos Aires was equally superb
- TW, London
The exterior of the Ritz-Carlton Santiago may appear understated when compared with other hotels in the city. However, once you step inside it becomes clear exactly why this is Santiago's finest hotel. The Ritz-Carlton combines intimate, luxurious interiors with attentive service to creating a pleasant 'boutique' atmosphere.
Each of the 205 guest rooms and suites are beautifully put together. Subtle décor and classic furniture create the atmosphere of an exclusive apartment. But it's not just about atmosphere - these rooms are extremely comfortable, with a host of luxurious touches coming together to create a truly wonderful experience. For instance, guests can request the services of a 'bath butler'- to select a nightly package of aromatic soaps and oils, rose petals, and even indulge in a 'wine bath'.
Best time to be there
As the climate varies hugely from north to south, different places are best at different times, although spring (September to December) is universally good. Atacama can be visited year-round, central Chile enjoys a Mediterranean climate with good weather throughout. Patagonia is best for hiking in Spring or Summer.
LAN Chile daily via Madrid
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Suggested itineraries in Chile
Exploring Mountains and Vineyards in Chile
Nights: 10 | from £7,085pp
Take your time to explore, relax and experience a few of Chile’s best regions. Taking the opportunity to immerse yourself in the Patagonian wilderness before tasting wines in the Casablanca Valley.
Tropics to the Arctic 2017
Nights: 25 | from £107,500pp
Set out on a globe-spanning journey designed by A&K's pioneering founder Geoffrey Kent. Sample exotic destinations ranging from Easter Island and the Philippines to Uzbekistan and Iceland, enjoying unique insider access, five-star hospitality and the comforts of A&K's chartered Boeing 757 with first-class, fully lie-flat seats.
Highlights of Chile
Nights: 9 | from £4,475pp
Chile is astonishingly diverse yet wonderfully accessible – In just 10 days you can hit up sassy Santiago, luxuriate amongst the vines and sophisticated wineries of Colchagua then jet off to play in the Atacama desert’s extraordinary landscape.
Lakes & Fjords of Chile
Nights: 13 | from £4,515pp
Certainly one for water lovers this itinerary will mesmerise as it shows off Southern Chile’s glassy lakes, fjords, glaciers and time trapped islands, a 3 day cruise to Argentina its grand finale.
Luxury Small Group Journeys - Patagonia: Tierra del Fuego to Torres del Paine 2017
Nights: 9 | from £7,495pp
Travel to the ends of the earth on this diverse itinerary that ranges from cosmopolitan Buenos Aires to rugged, untouched wilderness and the southernmost city in the world
Exploring Easter Island
Nights: 6 | from £2,345pp
With its colossal moai gazing enigmatically out to sea and it’s eerily spellbinding landscapes Easter Island is a visually captivating destination and an eco-friendly open-air museum to boot.
Nights: 11 | from £6,580pp
Start with a blast of cosmopolitan chic in Bueno Aires before immersing yourself in the invigorating and utterly majestic Patagonian land and seascapes from southernmost Tierra del Fuego to the beautiful Lake District.
Silversea Cruise - Valparaiso, Chile to Buenos Aires, Argentina
Nights: 21 | from £11,900pp
Tick off a host of bucket list experiences on this South American cruise, from walking with penguins in the Falklands and watching glaciers calve in Patagonia to dancing the tango on the streets of Argentina.
Luxury Small Group Journeys – Wonders of Chile & Argentina 2017
Nights: 12 | from £7,360pp
Explore from Santiago to Buenos Aires on a journey across the Andes that includes a stay in charming Bariloche, a visit to Teatro Colón and a walk beside wondrous Iguazu Falls
Luxury Small Group Journey - Patagonia: The Last Wilderness
Nights: 10 | from £6,335pp
Marvel at the spectacle of a truly pristine wilderness as you visit a working Patagonian ranch, stroll among Magellan penguins, explore rugged Torres del Paine and sail past icebergs and glaciers on Lago Argentino.
Nights: 12 | from £4,745pp
The crème de la crème of our Chile itineraries, prepare to be wowed by the extraordinary contrasts this skinny country has to offer – from surreal desert-scapes to wild Patagonian plains, with plenty of city slicking in between.
Summer Ski & Self drive, Chile & Argentina
Nights: 11 | from £3,270pp
Strap on your skies in Valle Nevado before heading off on a self-drive adventure to Bariloche, passing lakes, volcanoes and national parks along the way.