Apart Hotel Principado

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

35 Vicuna Mackenna Ave., Santiago, Chile
Apart Hotel Principado
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Value Score Poor Value

Costs 21% more than similarly rated 2 star hotels

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  • Families60
  • Couples87
  • Solo100
  • Business0

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Airport to Hotel transport

by kayleend

Just wondering if anyone can tell me the best(safest) way to get
from the international airport in Santiago to the Radisson
Plaza Hotel Santiago. Do i need local currency, if by taxi what
is the approximate cost?. Many thanks.

Re: Airport to Hotel transport

by zacchio

offical taxi is best solution,
but you can ask to Radisson if they have a shuttle service.
The airport is far away from dowtown and I think that hotels shuttle services sould be available.
with a very siple research you can get all this information without asking.
http://www.aeropuertosantiago.cl/english/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=22&Itemid=45

Re: Airport to Hotel transport

by Huentetu

If you are on your own, the most economical option is one of the shared vans, Transvip or Turtransfer. You can book them at desks. When the terminal is operating normally, there are desks inside the customs area and outside. With the temporary setup, they are next to the marquee where you go through customs. The cost varies according to where you are going, but average is about US$10.
If there are two or more of you, then an official taxi is more cost effective and quicker. They can be booked in the same place. The cost is set but also varies to where you are going. Probably US$25 or so.
You can price both when you arrive and see which suits you.
All official transport is safe.
It is also possible to take an airport bus to a metro station and get to the hotel that way, but it can be very crowded at times and not suitcase friendly.

Travel Tips for Santiago

Santiago es una ciudad que...

by Ragazzo20

Santiago es una ciudad que impacta, en todo sentido la cosmopolita y multifacética capital chilena destaca de la mayoría de las capitales latinas por tener una importante herencia desde Europa, muchos inmigrantes desde España, Italia, Alemania, Francia, Inglaterra, Croacia, dan a esta ciudad un aire muy europeo.
La ciudad es, a nivel latino, sin duda la más ordenada, segura y cuidada de las metrópolis. Los habitantes destacan por alto nivel de educación, por ser los más conservadores del continente, muchas veces se decía que los chilenos eran 'los ingleses de América Latina'
No se pueden perder los barrios europeos del Centro: La Bolsa, Nueva York, Bandera, Concha Y Toro, París y Londres, Parque Forestal, Lastarria, Brasil, Ejército, República, Bellavista, Recoleta, Quinta Normal, Parque Bustamante, Condell, Santa Lucía, entre otros.
Barrios modernos, los más top de la ciudad que destacan por sus restaurants, hoteles, shoppings, autopistas y avenidas enormes, rascacielos de vidrio y acero, muchos parques y árboles son: Providencia, Lyon, El Bosque, El Golf, Vitacura, Escuela Militar,, Manquehue Norte, Apoquindo el centro financiero de Miraflores, Costanera, Pedro de Valdivia, Kennedy, etc.
Barrios residenciales lujosos como La Dehesa, Lo Curro, Lo Barnechea, Chicureo, Santa María de Manquehue, El Arrayán, San Carlos de Apoquindo, Alto Las Condes, Pedro de Valdivia Norte, Pérez Zujovic.
Barrios de entretención (cines, pubs, discotheques, restaurants, teatros) en Suecia, Plaza de Ñuñoa, San Damián, San Enrique, Vitacura y el bohemio Bellavista, comparado con el Latin Quartier de París.
Galerías de arte y tiendas costosas en Alonso de Córdoba, Vitacura, etc.
vale la pena seguir El pan de Santiago es incomparable, y esto no es una falácea, los chilenos son el 2º país que más pan consume por persona del mundo, después de Francia, por lo que acá hay miles de tipos, sabores y calidades de pan.

Valle Nevado skiing center

by mev1976

This is the best place to go skiing near Santiago, with 24 miles of runs with difficulty levels from the beginner to expert.

3 hotels with 1000 beds, no shelters , 7 restaurant, fitness center, pub, bar,snow school, ski shop, etc. If you have your own equipment , bring it, but if not you can rent it on it.

Plaza Ñuñoa

by jpizquierdo about A lot of them

This is a entire neightborhood filled with restaurants and pubs, some of them are expensive and some cheap, you´ll have everithing, check La Batuta where you have great live music, sometimes you´ll see very known groups playing there, And if you want good food try Ebano and Madraz. This neightborhood is very casual

Peruvian Charm in a cozy ambience

by Maberk about Astrid & Gastón

Astrid & Gastón is, in my opinion, one of Santiago's most delightful restaurants. Is's located in a nice residential neighborhood, near central Santiago.
This restaurants offers a wide range of traditional Peruvian and Chilean dishes, but adds some sophistication unto them. For example, a traditional Peruvian Anticucho ( a brochette usually made with low quality beef) is prepared with foie gras... They offer some deserts which have to be ordered with anticipation ( when you order the main course) and they are simply AMAZING! They also serve a wide range of exquisite Chilean seafood ( Centolla, Lobster, Oysters) which are amazingly fresh and delicious (served within 24 hours of beeing caught)
Astrid & Gastón also ahs restaurants in Lima and Bogotá. Baby Octopus Salad
Foie Gras Anticuchos
Cherimoya Foam
Belgian Chocolate Truffles
Chocolate Sushi

Great Atmosphere

by Popstar99 about Como Agua para Chocolate

Great athmosphere, friendly people and a drink that is named after the place, or if you will after the movie. The dishes have great names and almost all of them are really good. If you like Machas (Shellfish) you should try Azul Profundo, a restaurant about 50 m away on the same street. The fajitas are great

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