Urania's Bed and Breakfast Guesthouse

Bocaccio N°60 Street, Las Condes Area, Santiago, Chile
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B&B recommendation in Santiago in March

by raymondocanuck

My wife and I are arriving in Santiago March 9 looking for a nice , clean, modestly priced B&B for 6 days or other similar accommodation convenient to public transportation. Prices seem to vary quite drastically and reviews have been mixed. Any help or recommendation from a local or someone who has recently stayed there would be appreciated.

Re: B&B recommendation in Santiago in March

by vtveen

We stayed in 'Marilu’s Bed and Breakfast' and I really can recommend this place. It is located in a quiet neighbourhood and close to public trabsportation. See for more info:

happy travels

Re: B&B recommendation in Santiago in March

by Huentetu

Urania's may be nice but is poorly placed. You need to take a 10-15 minute bus ride to the start of the metro system. There are lots of places closer in to town. If you gave a price range it would be easier to help. B&Bs are not common in Santiago and you find more of a large price range for hotels or hostels.

Re: B&B recommendation in Santiago in March

by raymondocanuck

Thank you all for taking time to respond. I prefer a B&B to a small hotel as it provides the opportunity to interact with the owner and fellow guests. Perhaps in Santiago this opportunity exists in smaller hotels? I would expect a price range of 50-75 US$.

Travel Tips for Santiago


by willy_wonka

the catholic religion plays a large part in chilean culture, as it does in many south american countries. this is most evident at the top of the cerro san cristobal, where the huge statue of the virgin mary can be found, overlooking the city. it's really beautiful up here, as the sun sets. inside the statue is a signed book by pope john paul II, and nearby is a sort of 'offering altar' where you leave your thoughts, prayers and thanks, and light a candle. i saw many locals coming up here, and doing this. as in any religious area, or church, quiet reflection is appreciated. its not the place to run around being a fool!



Mimos are speechless clowns with white faces. If you ever encounter one, he'll probably make fun of you, imitating everything you do. Don't be scared. Give him a coin, and he'll be as happy as the people that are watching how he's teasing you.
As the picture shows, they can even tease car drivers...

the cablecar to Pedro de Valdivia Norte

by globetrott

There is a cablecar between the top-station of Cerro San Cristobal and Pedro de Valdivia Norte, an area with lots of villas by rich people, it is a nice area to take a walk or simply enjoy the view from the cablecar. From the funicular you have to go about 5 minutes in order to get to the cablecar and it is best to buy the tickets already at the cashier of the funicular, so you dont have to queue up again. A gondola takes up to 4 persons, as long as they are slim enough, for 2 this size is just perfect.
Those gondolas are not all-time-fixed to the rope, but are able to stop untill they are loaded without stress (by elderly people or small children) and then they will be fixed again and start the journey.
For handicapped people in wheelchairs the problems will start already with the funicular !

Fresh from the Basque Country

by Maberk about Pinpilinpausha

Pinpilinpausha, which means "butterfly" in Basque Language, has recently moved to the Las Condes neighbourhood from it's centrally located restaurant. The new store is comfortable and has a traditional architecture which contrasts greatly with the glass skyscrapers that sorround it. It serves traditional Basque food but the menu also ebars some Chilean favourites and a wide range of Fresh Pacific Seafood.
The attention is very good as well. Spaguetti a la Española
Easter Island Tuna with a ginger and honey glacing.

Templo Votivo de Maipu

by trek06

Constructed to celebrate the victory over the spaniards in the battle of Maipu in 1818 and a tribute to Chile's patron saint (Virgen del Carmen) Originally finished in1818, it was seriously damaged later in the earthquakes of 1906 & 1927. Constructed again in 1944 and completed in 1974.


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