From skybars and rooftop pools, to Michelin starred dining and incredible spas, Santiago has got luxury covered. Check out my pick of the best luxury hotels in Santiago.
Stylish décor, a rooftop swimming pool and one of the best meals I’ve eaten in a while – The Singular really knows how to make a guest feel welcome. I loved the ‘coffee house’ style lounge and bar where check-in took place. On the top floor was a large terrace and cool bar area, along with the rooftop pool. With great views of Santiago’s iconic hills Mount Santa Lucia and Mount San Cristobal, it was the perfect spot for a daytime pool session, or an evening cocktail.
Rooms were tastefully decorated and spacious, and I just LOVED all the nic-nacs around the hotel – from the large maps and antique lamps to the arty pictures in the lounge, there was always something catching my eye. Whether you’re staying at the hotel or not, the restaurant at The Singular is worth a visit.
Read more about my dinner and stay at The Singular.
The W Santiago does luxury in a playful way. 5-star with cheeky signage, über fashionable décor and an undeniable feeling of fun. Close to the action, the 196 room hotel is a tall tower, topped with a rooftop pool and bar.
With views of the Andes, it really was a beautiful place to spend the afternoon. Feeling peckish? Book a table at top gourmet restaurant Osaka, or head out to sample one of the many restaurants nearby.
Read more about my stay at the W Santiago.
In the upmarket Vitacura neighbourhood, the 5-star Noi Hotel is attracting a stylish clientele in search of a luxurious base in Santiago. With contemporary décor, a plush spa and an incredible rooftop pool and bar with panoramic views of the city, it’s a great place for a break in the city.
The large rooftop pool had a DJ stand at one end, and plenty of seating for lounging during the day and socialising until the early hours. The cocktails were delicious, and the food was also of a high standard.
Read more about my stay at Noi Vitaura.
While I wouldn’t class Su Merced as luxury, for those wanting to stay in the heart of the city, in a smart hotel, but your budget won’t stretch to those above, it’s a great option. After exploring the city, head to their communal lounge area on the top floor and enjoy complimentary drinks looking out over Parque Forestal.
Read more about my stay at Su Merced here.
What did I miss? Any luxury hotels you’d recommend in Santiago? Let me know in the comments below!
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