June 17, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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The Ritz-Carlton, Santiago in Santiago, Chile
Though you may find yourself far from home, rest assured that a stay at a Ritz-Carlton ensures complete luxury, comfort, and indelible memories of your ideal vacation. Welcome to The Ritz-Carlton, Santiago, a premier hotel in one of the most prestigious neighborhoods of Chile's capital city. This grand hotel's prime location in El Golf allows guests to spend time in both the sand and the snow, with the beach and the splendid Andean Mountains within minutes of Santiago's ritzy Ritz. 205 lavishly appointed guestrooms and suites, including 49 luxuriant Club Level rooms, 3 Club suites, and 3 Executive suites constitute this multi-level retreat. Rooms include dazzling views of Santiago, king-sized beds, and classic, elegant décor. Neutral tones of the rooms, suites, common areas, and eateries complement the simple, natural beauty of the surrounding city, creating a relaxing, yet lavish atmosphere in which to escape.
At The Ritz-Carlton, Santiago, enjoy every moment of becoming a more calm, stress-free you. Marvel at millions of stars as you unwind beneath the domed, glass cupola of the hotel's Health and Fitness Center. This stunning rooftop sanctuary combines a state-of-the-art fitness center with the indulgence of a full-service spa high above the city lights. Innovative, unique, and chic, the hotel's signature restaurant, Arola boasts a menu as distinctive as its façade. Dine al fresco on The Terrace to the vibrant beats of the resident deejay on warm evenings, or walk through the restaurant's bold red door and enjoy appetizers by the indoor fire pit. For a more classic vibe, take in a casual cocktail at The Ritz-Carlton Bar, which features a creative tapas selection and live jazz music. Treat yourself to the best of every world on your next vacation, from sand to snow, gastronomy to fitness, from the spa to your suite, the very essence of luxury awaits at The Ritz-Carlton, Santiago.
Location of The Ritz-Carlton, Santiago
Nearest Airport: SCL
Amenities for The Ritz-Carlton, Santiago
- General Information
- 205 Guest Rooms
- Connecting/Adjoining Rooms
- Handicap Accessible Rooms
- Outdoor Dining
- 2 Restaurants
- 24-Hour Room Service
- Afternoon Tea
- On-Site Amenities
- Spa on Property
- Complimentary Newspaper
- Fitness Center
- High-Speed Internet Access
- Indoor Pool
- Sun Deck
- Indoor Jacuzzi
- In-Room Amenities
- Direct Dial Telephones
- In-Room Safes
- Flat-Screen Televisions
- Cultural Tours
- City Tours
- Business Center/Services
- Meeting Rooms
- Conference Facilities
Reviews for The Ritz-Carlton, Santiago
I am presently in the Executive Lounge of the Ritz Cartlon, Santiago, waiting for my time to transfer to the airport and home. This has been my fifth stay at a Ritz Carlton hotel, once in Miama Fl., once in Berlin and my third here in Santiago. Miami was not good but Berlin and Santiago have been excellent. I have a fancy credit card that gets me upgrades and other goodies, such as my now hanging out in the Executive Lounge where I can nibble and drink all day like grazing cattle. And I am superficial enough to like and appreciate the staff welcoming me by name welcomed by name each time I go in and out the front door though I have to remember that this courtesy is merely a commercial nicety and not a measure of my actual worth (memento mori). The quietude of the Executive Lounge is occasionally rattled by the sing of a power drill somewhere around or below me. This is because the rooms are getting a bit tired and Messrs. Ritz & Carlton are quite properly tarting them up. Renovations are a noisy business but better done that not, so itÂ´s okay by me. The hotelÂ´s restaurant, Estro, is surprisingly empty at night. Surprisingly because the food there is good, very good - some dishes are even memorable and the house cabernet sauvignon is delightful (but not so the pinot noir). The 12th floor is a beautiful space: the pool, spay and gym, bathed in the light from the celestial windows. Lying on the lounges, one would think that one had gone to heaven. itÂ´s a shame that the gym equipment had not been given the same attention as the ambience. There is no equipment for lower limb training, no rollers, no mats and very little in the way of unstable surfaces (for balance training). It appears that the intention was to put something together that can looks like a gym rather than a properly designed space for fitness and training. My memories of the Santiago Ritz Carlton: Juan, the doorman (you never get a second chance to make a first impression), the concierge, front desk, Executive Lounge staff and the chamber-maids. Every one, without exception, a welcoming, helpful and professional member of the team.
This was my first time staying at a Ritz hotel... I was expecting luxurious rooms and an amazing experience... I would say i was not overwhelmed by the experience... The rooms were average (having stay in W Chile, Marriot, Sheraton Towers, Sheraton) when compared to the other hotels I have stayed at. For example, the rooms in the W are in my opinion more luxurious and nicely appointed. Where i believe the hotel stood out was in the breakfast that i thought was much better than the other hotel food I have eaten. I also thought the staff was very friendly and helpful. My overall impression was positive but i believe the W is a nicer hotel when compared to the Ritz.
jamescasonjr - Rio de Janeiro, RJ
You arrive at this great location and will be greeted by a beautiful classic lobby. Check in was quick and efficient. Check out not so much. I should have checked out at the lounge level. Service was otherwise on point. Speaking of the lounge, if you are not a sufficiently high level of frequent stayer level to get free executive lounge access, you may find it would the money (another $100 in my case) for the free Wi-Fi and a good selection of breakfast items and heavy snacks throughout the day. The rooms are a decent size with a separate toilet area, tub and separate shower. The rooms do not have coffeemakers and do not include free Wi-Fi. The hotel is being renovated and there was construction during my stay, but I was warned and it was not too intrusive.
dwalker43 - Marina del Rey, California
This hotel never disappoints with regards to service and comfort. Meals are a bit pricey but good quality and preparation - breakfast being my best choice of meals at the hotel. Concierge and front desk professional and helpful. Made use of the hotel cars that they offer instead of taking taxis - once again friendly and professional going out of their way. Could do with some decent local craft beers on tap/in the bar. Definitely going back.
lmd99 - Coleman, Canada
It's a Ritz Carlton- you can't go wrong. The staff is lovely and the hotel is in a nice neighborhood. Most sites are a quick metro trip away. Breakfast was included in our rate and there is a buffet, but also selections that are made to order include omelets, eggs benedict, etc. The rooms are a little outdated, but it didn't stop us from enjoying the hotel. Nice bathtub.
AricaFL - Fort Lauderdale, Florida