Mandarin Oriental, Santiago
9 expert reviews
“One of the city's most desirable hotels for high-end individual, group and convention travelers. It has enjoyed a reputation as the market leader and often hosts important social functions in town.”
– Star Service
"If the Ritz is old-world glamour, the Hyatt is pure nouveaux riche and, not surprisingly for one of the Hyatt's flagship hotels, the amenities are without peer." Full review
Should you choose to leave, however, you'll need to take a taxi because the location at the head of a crazy traffic loop makes it difficult to walk anywhere from here.
"The Grand Hyatt is one of the largest hotels in Santiago and has a resort-style atmosphere with lush grounds and an outdoor pool and waterfall." Full review
Huge windows let in great city views, but ask for a higher floor to guarantee those picturesque snow-capped Andes.
"Rooms are huge and so are the cushion-covered beds – from them, and from the small living areas, there are spectacular views of Santiago and the mountains." Full review
Travel + Leisure
"A clean-lined contemporary look—Philippe Starck lightfixtures, suede-soft curtains, Bang and Olufsen technology—predominate in this modern 24-story tower." Full review
Book a Grand Deluxe room between floors 7 and 15 ending in 7-12 for the Andes views you're looking for
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"Santiago’s first five-star hotel and still the grand dame, with over-the-top amenities, peerless service, and sweeping views."