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Where to stay in Santiago

There are 1,394 holiday homes available all over Santiago in Chile, and we’re confident you’ll find a place that falls within both your needs and your budget. Affordable short term rentals in Santiago start at a nightly rate of $7, with 20% of accommodations priced under $32 per night. Whether you’re on the hunt for modern homes near Quinta Normal Park, a hotel room close to Municipal Theatre of Santiago, or a place that also gives you close access to Santiago — our goal is to help you find exactly what you are looking for. Our website offers a wide selection of Chile vacation homes from top travel companies like Airbnb, Vrbo, HomeAway, Booking.com, and many more. It doesn’t matter if you’re on a solo travel expedition, going on a romantic getaway to Santiago, or planning a family vacation for 14, we can match you with a house, hotel, or villa that sleeps everyone comfortably. Experience the beauty of Santiago, Chile with VacationRenter today.

Where Is Santiago in Chile?

The city of Santiago is the capital and largest city of Chile, as well as one of the largest cities in the Americas. Situated in the center of the Santiago Metropolitan Region, the city is surrounded by the mountainous regions of the eastern Andes, the western Chilean Coastal Range, the northern Cordón de Chacabuco, and the southern Angostura de Paine.

What Is Santiago, Chile Known For?

With the mountainous peaks of the Andes surrounding the city, Santiago is said to be one of the most beautiful capital cities on the planet. Sophisticated and surprising; cultured and cosmopolitan; wild and worldly — Santiago embodies all the words that can describe any metropolis and more. Whether you’re looking for madhouse parties, grand architecture, or pretty hillside parks, all can be found in Santiago. A true Renaissance of a city, whatever you want, need, or imagine is possible in Santiago.

A Quick Guide to Santiago in Chile

  • Santa Lucia Hill: Climb Santa Lucia Hill and be rewarded with the stunning panoramic vistas over the city backed by the surrounding scenery of the awe-inspiring mountains. Located in the city center, the mountain is a remnant of a 15 million-year-old volcano that is precariously carved with a winding network of trails and stone staircases that lead to the top of the hill. For the best view in Santiago, there is no place better to go than Santa Lucia.
  • La Chascona: “Love is so short. Forgetting is so long.” You may have heard or seen this quote penned by famous Chilean poet, Pablo Neruda. Now you can see his home that influenced and inspired him right here in Santiago. Named La Chascona after his flame-haired lover, the house that he built for her is now open as a museum for public consumption. Here you’ll find several quirky artefacts and several artworks, including a famous portrait of the lady of house, painted by Neruda’s friend, Diego Rivera. For any literary enthusiasts, La Chascona is just a plane ride away!

Popular Destinations Near Santiago, Chile

  • Rio Maipo: For anyone who wants to escape from the commotion of the city, it seems there is no place better to go than Rio Maipo. Lying 25 kilometers southeast of Santiago, Santiagunois, fellow Colombians and international tourists arrive in their hordes to camp, cycle, climb, and simply revel in the natural beauty of the resplendent gorge. For any ski bums and bunnies, happy hikers, and ready-to-go rafters, the list of your favored activities are available here at your leisure. With an increasingly larger audience on the rise, modern microbreweries, large wineries, and trendy restaurants continuously pop up to delight and daze those who are lucky to discover the pristine natural playground of Rio Maipo.
  • Valparaiso: The little Colombian port town of Valparaiso evokes a siren’s call to those who come here. A place that inspires painters and philosophers, the unusual city is normally the stomping ground of sailors, dockworkers, and ladies of the night. However, the slogan “anything goes” is woven into every brick and mortar that inhabits this eclectically wonderfully and gritty city. Taste the real Colombia as you climb the hills — locally known as cerros — spectate at the street art, and amble through the winding maze of artfully decorated streets, alleys, stairways, and dazzlingly beautiful mansions.

Best Neighborhoods in Santiago, Chile

  • Bellavista: Buzzing with bohemian spirit, Bellavista is splashed with vibrantly colorful street art and a wild nightlife scene. With bars, clubs, and a hundred and one places to grab a bite, Bellavista is also the gateway to visiting some of the most treasured landmarks in Santiago.
  • Barrio Italia: For the Italians, Italian lovers, and international travelers, Barrio Italia is there for the taking. Featuring stunningly crafted buildings bursting with old-world charm, an Italiano spirit, and restaurants serving the best international dishes, this neighborhood is over-pouring with artistic flair and a youthful zest.

Home-types in Santiago

Santiago has a variety of property types for you to consider when booking a trip. Here are the most popular property types in Santiago:

Points of interests in Santiago

Santiago has several popular points of interest for you to check out when visiting the area. Here are the most popular points of interest in Santiago: