Radisson Petra La Dehesa

4.5 out of 5 stars4.5 Stars

12851 Comandante Malbec Lo Barnechea, Santiago, 7690286, Chile
Radisson Petra La Dehesa
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Santiago - Where to stay and restuarant for Dec 31.

by Dines

I have a reservation in the Radisson Plaza for a two night stay beginning Dec 30. I was considering the Hotel Orly in Providencia. We like to walk a lot and also eat in the area where we stay for dinner. Which would be a better place to stay and what would be some nice places for dinner on Dec. 31.

Re: Santiago - Where to stay and restuarant for Dec 31.

by toid

I would suggest that the best place to eat on December 31 will be the radisson or another hotel. Restaurants tend to close early to allow family celebrations.

Re: Santiago - Where to stay and restuarant for Dec 31.

by babajaga88

Most restaurants won't close early on Dec.31 but you will probably have to make a reservation in advance (and it will be more expensive than usual...). But I agree that the hotel restaurant may be a good choice. They usually offer a special New Year's Eve dinner and party.
Anyway, if you stay at the Radisson, it's near Isidora Goyenechea Av., where there are some nice restaurants. E.g.: http://www.nolita.cl

I wouldn't recommend the Suecia neighborhood for nightlife... it's not a cool place anymore. Maybe tourists keep going there, I don't know, and I guess it depends on the place you choose (and the kind of tourism you want to do...), but late at night it's not so safe.

As for the hotel, well, the Radisson is a 5 stars, so it should be good... The Orly is smaller and must be less expensive, but I've heard it's very nice, and it's well located, near Providencia Av., also with restaurants and cafes.

Re: Santiago - Where to stay and restuarant for Dec 31.

by babajaga88

Here's an Irish pub that will have a party (it can include dinner) on New Year's Eve, and it's not far from the Radisson, if you like to walk. Not too far from the Orly, either: http://www.flannerys.cl/
And it's a party where there will probably be plenty of "gringos".

On the other hand, there's a new bar in Bellavista district, called Raza, owned by 2 top young chefs, that will have a big New Year's Eve party. This will be more expensive, though. I don't know it yet, but I bet it's going to be the next trendy place.
They don't seem to have a webpage, but here's an email: info@raza151.cl

Remember to book in advance, either way.

Just a couple of ideas. Good luck.

Travel Tips for Santiago

lovin' in the parks

by willy_wonka

don't fall over in shock when you are walking through a park and you see young kids basically having 'dry sex' on the grass! haha. seriously, there was something strange in the air with santiago. everywhere we turned, no matter where you go, you'll see young couples, arm in arm, kissing all over the place, totally mushing up. it was like an epidemic! so it got a few of us thinking, and we came to the conclusion, that elder chilean's, being as strict and religious as they are, probably don't allow their sons and daughters to have the opposite sex in their bedrooms, and hence the need to go to parks like cristobal and santa lucia and get hot and heavy there! well this is our theory anyway, it might be totally wrong, but i really can't think as to why so many youngsters come out and roll around on the grass, when they have perfectly good beds at home!

so... if you are a bit of a 'prude', and not a big fan of the PDA (public display of affection) i might definitely avoid the cerro santa lucia and cerro san cristobal then. you might cop an eyeful of something you didn't really want to see!

Cerro Santa Lucia : the old cannons

by globetrott

Cerro Santa Lucia used to be the perfect place to defend the city of Santiago and at some places you can still see the old cannons of the medieval fortification. I am not sure wether they are the original or repilcas, in any case they look interesting and worth seeing. The one on my 4th picture you can see only from the highest viewpoint, but the others you can touch or even sit on.



I don't think I have seen another city in the world with so many buses as Santiago. I mean, it has a HUGE amount of yellow buses that go around the city, making the traffic worse and polluting. If you ever come to Santiago and don't see a yellow bus, then you're not on the right city, so worry.
You can actually take a bus anywhere on the street (they often stop wherever they want), but there are some bus stops where SOME (not all) of the buses stop. There might be another bus stop a few metres away where the bus you need will stop. It depends on the bus number...
The number... I've been living almost 3 years now and I don't know the number of the bus I need to get home. So I walk, ride a bike, take the subway or drive.
Micros are a mess, but it's something you've got to do at least once if you're in Santiago. You won't forget it.

A Great Peruvian food restaurant

by Nelson1979 about Barandarian

This is a typical Peruvian restaurant in Santiago de Chile. Peruvian food is renowned throughout the region and unfortunatelly hasnt achieved worldfame (yet). Its a great combination between meat and seafood. When here try the Filet Mar y Tierra, a great steak with equatorian shrimps in a seafood sauce. Its delicious.

The heart of the city

by tommix

During the day Plaza de Armas is a heart of the city. This beautiful place traces back to Pedro de Valdivia, the founder of the city, and the year 1541. In that era there was a protected area in the middle for guarding the arms. Its name was taken from the military and has been called that ever since.
This is THE place where people meet, where pass by all the tourists. You will find there local artists selling they paintings, and some of majors touristic attractions of Santiago.
Palacio de la Real Audiencia is an beautifully preserved colonial building that houses today the Museo Histórico Nacional (March-Dec Tues-Sun 10am-5.30pm; Jan & Feb Tues-Sat 10am-5.30pm, Sun 10am-1.30pm; 500 pesos, free on Sundays) where you can learn a lot about history of Chile.
On the west side of the square you cannot miss a gorgeous cathedral. Near by you can also see a big, old white building of the Correo Central (main post office) which used to be a presidential palace, and also spectacular Municipalidad (townhall). The majestic equestrian statue on the place comemorate Pedro de Valdivia, founder of the city.

All distances in Chile are measured from a metallic spot located in the midlle of the place.


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