Hotel Regal Pacific Santiago

4.5 out of 5 stars4.5 Stars

Avenida Apoquindo 5680
Regal Pacific Hotel
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Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
41%
28
Very Good
38%
26
Average
16%
11
Poor
2%
2
Terrible
1%
1

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  • Solo83
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Best area to stay in Santiago?

by cl3150

What is the best part of Santiago to stay in? In looking at various hotel websites, they seem to be scattered all over the area. We'd like to find a centrally located, safe area with restaurants, shops, etc. Any helpful information and responses will be appreciated.

Carl

Re: Best area to stay in Santiago?

by RicardoBA

Have a look at the locations for the Four Points Sheraton and the Grand Hyatt. They are located in Provedencia/las Condes. This is an excellent area of the city to be located for sightseeing(close to Metro),shopping and restaurants.
This is a very safe area of the city.

Re: Best area to stay in Santiago?

by cl3150

Thanks for the suggestions. I had tentatively booked at the Intercontinental, but I will check out the Hyatt. I don't recall which part of the city the IC is located in, but I'll check that as well.

Re: Best area to stay in Santiago?

by robine

Las Condes.

Re: Best area to stay in Santiago?

by rkearns

i liked the bellas artes barrio.

Re: Best area to stay in Santiago?

by cl3150

Thanks.

Re: Best area to stay in Santiago?

by cl3150

Thanks.

Re: Best area to stay in Santiago?

by Huentetu

There is no particularly best area. You choose a location in town near museums or historic sites or in Providencia or Las Condes to suit you. The Intercontinental is a fine hotel and better placed than the Hyatt for restaurants and metro transportation. But the Hyatt is an excellent hotel. If you are going to have your own transportation or are going to be picked up at the hotel for tours etc. then the Hyatt would be an excellent choice. There is a very good Marriott very nearby. The newest luxury hotel is the W, which is also very well situated.

Re: Best area to stay in Santiago?

by hmoitta

I like to stay in Providencia area, well located to get around and with good restaurants

Re: Best area to stay in Santiago?

by cl3150

Thanks for the comments.

Re: Best area to stay in Santiago?

by cl3150

Thanks.

Travel Tips for Santiago

Reciprocity Tax when entereing Chile

by cochinjew

Citizens of many countries including USA and Australia can enter chile without a visa for up to 90 days. there is a reciprocity tax, charging the national the same fee the respective countries charge for visa for chileans. australians pay 35 usd, that is what i paid three times but it is valid for nearly one month, so if you enter within that period you dont pay again. mexicans pay 15 or usd and the Yanks pay higher fees, i thought it was 100 usd but the above poster as said 135 usd so it might have risen since my visit. Pablo's house and a visitor from Takaoka

Pack warm clothing

by XKuger

Nothing special here Most definitly pack somewarm clothing such as a jacket or sweather. I was there inb spring and it was cold. Most definiy I would have frozen without my jacket. Most camera equipment is safe to cary around.

Big mall

by jpizquierdo about Parque arauco

In this place youll find almost everithing that you are looking for, you have severall foudcourt and a lot of great restaurants, nightlife also, a lot of brand stores. i dont know if im right or not but i think this is one of the largest shoping malls in southamerica.

National highways

by bobmyx

The main roads are all in a very good state of repair and you can drive to most of the country without special vehicles. In the remote areas you would need caution, some of those roads can be dirt or gravel.
There is adequate food and petrol/benzine/gasoline and diesel available on the main roads but do not bypass a station if you are low on fuel in the North.

El Bosque st.

by IIGUANA

El Bosque st. is quite a busy street, with some restaurant (international food and japanese) and some pubs. It has a food court also, where there are several fast-food restaurants. If you like donuts, you'll also find Dunkin Donuts. And there's a good ice cream shop in the corner of El Bosque and San Sebastian st.

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