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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
- 24-Hour Room Service
- Afternoon Tea
- On-Site Amenities
- Spa on Property
- Complimentary Newspaper
- Fitness Center
- Indoor Pool
- Sun Deck
- Indoor Jacuzzi
- In-Room Amenities
- In-Room Safes
- Flat-Screen Televisions
- Cultural Tours
- City Tours
- Business Center/Services
- Meeting Rooms
- Conference Facilities
Reviews for The Ritz-Carlton, Santiago
From the moment you arrive to the moment you leave you are treated as part of the RC family. This is what staying at this chain is all about. The club lounge is fantastic. The food spread is perfect, with a full breakfast, small bites for lunch and hors d'oeuvres just before dinner. Wine, beer and sparkling wine is also included from lunch time. The lounge setting is relaxing at any time of the day. The staff will go out of their way to help with any questions you might have. The pool area is another highlight with a salt water pool, and outdoor terrace where you can relax after spending the day in sunny Santiago. Overall this is clearly the only hotel in Santiago I will ever come back to, 100% recommend
alexisonsmith - Montreal, Canada
Very nice hotel. Clean rooms and facilities. Great location. The food in the restaurant was excellent. The concierge gave is wrong directions and time frames several times. So make your own plans, donâ€™t rely on hotel staff to help. Also, the check in was quite a mess, which was surprising for a Ritz. The spa and spa deck were very nice. The concierge level was good, nice Food options but certainly not worth the $100 daily charge.
travelsforworkBoston - Boston
This is the second time for me to stay at this hotel. The first time was last November when I only stayed for a night so I can catch my flight to Patagonia. This time I decided to stay three nights so I can enjoy Santiago a little bit more before heading off to Rapa Nui. I would say my experience second time is about the same as the first time. First, the hotel is located at the business area so I wouldn't exactly call the surrounding charming or pretty per se. My assumption is Ritz is here because they get a lot of business travelers. I believe W hotel is very lose to Ritz Carlton as well. Second, my room was nice. Some of the rooms had been recently renovated and they showed well. The layout is functional. I had an executive suite both times. One side is basically a living room while the other side is bedroom plus bathroom. Furniture finishes is fine. I would say they have feel and look of West Elm level. Third, the service was uneven. I had access to the club level where they have employees act as concierge and check in person (for people staying at executive suites). The problem is both of them are always busy so sometimes it's easier to just go downstairs to first floor and ask either the concierge or front desk for help. In addition, I had ordered breakfast in bed several days in a row. Something was missing, they didn't deliver food in a timely manner, or wrong food was brought. Their kitchen just couldn't get it right for some odd reason. With that said, breakfast was delicious. Fourth, the club lounge is nice. It has a good view and there are always some kind of snacks around. There is enough food for both lunch and dinner if you decide not to go out to eat. It is also renovated so nice and modern. Fifth, the gym is fairly large size but it's all the way at the roof top. Unfortunately its ceiling is compose of glass so basically you are working out in a sun room... If you are looking to get sweaty quickly, then you are at the right place. The equipment can use some refreshing as well as the finishes of the gym. Lastly, spa was ok. I had a pretty good massage but the odd thing was when I went to take a shower, the water turned cold fairly quickly. So I couldn't rinse myself off well. Steam room is right next door to the shower room so I wonder perhaps it was because the steam room was on and using all the hot water for steam room? I don't know. The finishes in the spa was dated and I hope they remodel the spa when they finish remodeling all the guest rooms. Overall it is a decent hotel. It's not an Aman, a Four Seasons, or a Mandarin. Unfortunately none of those operators are in Chile. So this is the next best thing and it's not too bad; it's a perfectly functional business hotel. Besides business people, they also seem to get a lot of people who are going onto a cruise or who just got off a cruise. If I come back to Santiago again, I will come back to this hotel unless Aman, Four Seasons, or Mandarin decide to open here.
kevinh73 - san francisco
We had visited the property about 7 years ago and were pleasantly surprised. We had arrived from a long cruise and when we saw many of the same cruise guest at the front desk we were worried but between 3 very efficient team, everybody was checked in. Everybody spoke English, our room was recently refurbished and it looked great all the amenities you expect in a 5 star hotel
Esther I - Coral Gables, Florida
A USA style hotel with excellent facilities in the middle of the city. Good rooms, everything works, Club lounge is excellent seeing food and drink 24 hours. Very efficient in every way. Great restaurant in hotel with very good food and wines. Last time we were here we sat at next table to Charlie Watts of the Rolling Stones and if it is good enough for him then it is good enough for us.
johnsanmarino - york,