Apart Hotel San Marino

Santo Domingo 664, Santiago, Chile
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Beach resort near Santiago?

by cl3150

Are there any beach resorts near Santiago? We will be returning to Santiago from a cruise in late January, and thought it might be nice to spend a few days at a warm beach resort in that area, if there is one. We initially thought about Easter Island, but there is only one flight to get there, it doesn't operate every day, and it seems to be a total hassle to get all the arrangements put together, which is why we thought about a beach instead.

Re: Beach resort near Santiago?

by Huentetu

January is high season and the Viña beaches will be crowded. If you want to stay there you would have to book soon. Most of the best beaches are toward Reñaca and Con Con to the north of Viña. The water is always cold off the Chilean coast and not all beaches are good for swimming, but you can certainly sunbathe and enjoy the summer atmosphere.
If you are arriving from a cruise you will be arriving at Valparaíso right next to Viña del Mar. There is no need to go to Santiago. Santiago is not on the coast.

Re: Beach resort near Santiago?

by hiphopurban

best near is viña del Mar, you there by bus nice ride from Santiago alameda bus station.
Hope it helps
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Re: Beach resort near Santiago?

by vtveen

What is the 'total hassle' to go to Easter Island ??

Just book a flight and accommodation and you can visit one of the most intriguing destinations of the world. And being so close .....
If the arrival day of your cruise doesn't fir with the departure day of the flight just stay 1 or 2 days in Valparaiso/Santiago.

happy travels
Jaap

Re: Beach resort near Santiago?

by rkearns

yeah i would go to vina or con con. well, con con is not exactly a resort. it's not even that pretty. i think you will get more of what you want in vina. this time of year, there are many local travelers, meaning chilean families. there's no other beach near santiago that i know of. the bus ride is not long. i remember it being an hour and a half from santiago. but why do you say you are arriving in santiago? you will most likely arrive in valparaise, like the above poster stated. the bus ride from there to vina is short as well. i stayed at the reloj de flores and was very pleased.

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Re: Beach resort near Santiago?

by patagoniapaul

Hi! Just keep in mind that the water is cold, it is not tropical waters at all!

Re: Beach resort near Santiago?

by sheherezad

Wow! This guy only uses VT to post questions and not even respond to any of the numerous kind replies you guys give? :(

Travel Tips for Santiago

Sermatur in the Airport

by Andre_C10002

If you are willing to get information and maps from Sermatur at Santiago's airport, pay attention because their booth if located just before the X-Ray machines, after you get your luggage. Don't miss then or you will need to ask the policeman to return and they don't like it.

Sermatur has lots of information about everything one can do in Chile. Look for their offices in every town you go, their maps and local information really help. Sometimes they call hotels or schedule tours for you.

Really helpfull.

High and dry

by Quero

Ski gear bags, if you take your own equipment along. I always take my ski boots since I'm simply miserable skiing in rental boots made to fit men's feet. I did leave my skis at home this time, though.

Ski suits, and enough warm socks to last your week. It's no fun to do laundry or wear grungy socks.

For evening, jeans and sweaters are fine.
I didn't need snow boots at all. Take sunscreen. If you get sick on switchback roads, swallow a dramamine before you ascend or descend.

The air is *very* dry. I used a whole pot of dry skin lotion. Cameras are a "pain" to fall on, so it's nice to have one that will fit in one pocket of your ski jacket.

thrift shops

by jpizquierdo about Providencia con Manuel Montt

Between Antonio Varas and Manuel Montt on each side of Providencia Avenues, you ´ll see plenty of theift shops, all of them are relativelly good, you have to seek a lot but contrairy of what people think they are about the same price of new clothes.
if you really like the Idea of thrift shops then go to bandera ( downtown santiago ) near calle rosas. there you`ll see more then 10 big ones.
good luck

From abroad of the country, a...

by astridcontre

From abroad of the country, a lot of airlines are arriving and departuring from our airport:
LAN Chile (www.lanchile.cl)
Aerolíneas Argentinas
American Airlines
Lufthansa
United Airlines
Iberia
Swiss Air
The airport is like 30- 45 minutes from downtown. It depends of the hour. There are official buses from the airport to the center of the town, you can find taxis which are a little expensive but not much if you need to get your place soon (about 20 US$)
To go the areas close to Santiago I think renting a car is a good idea.
Or...buses.
Inside Santiago, metro is the king in transportation
¿Do you want to find a street, an area or service? Visit
http://www.mapcity.com/santiago/

Spanish and Chilean

by ezaguryk about Restaurant "CASA LUCIO"

Spanish and Mediterranean gastronomy. Good plates mixing the Chilean culture and Spanish, good options in set up menu and buffets.

Gastronomía Española y Mediterránea. Buenos platos mezclando la cultura chilena y española, buena opciones en menú ejecutivos y buffet. Buffet

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