Destinations in Chile

Top 7 Results for Boutique Hotels in Chile

— Santiago, Chile

(Rated 9.8, 171 reviews)
CasaSur Charming Hotel is located in Santiago. Free Wi-Fi access is available. Each room here is fitted with a safety deposit box large enough for a l ...

— Santiago, Chile

(Rated 9.4, 141 reviews)
One of our top picks in Santiago.Located just a 10-minute walk from Parque Arauco Shopping Centre, Hotel Boutique Bidasoa offers accommodations in the ...

— Santiago, Chile

(Rated 9.3, 452 reviews)
One of our top picks in Santiago.Featuring an outdoor pool and a spa and wellness centre, The Singular Santiago offers accommodations in Santiago. Fre ...

— Santiago, Chile

(Rated 9.3, 107 reviews)
One of our top picks in Santiago.Located just outside of Santiago and inside of Santa Rita vineyard, one of the oldest wine cellars of Chile, this his ...

— Santiago, Chile

(Rated 9.3, 142 reviews)
One of our top picks in Santiago.Situated conveniently in the Providencia district of Santiago, Tagle Hotel Boutique is set 1.1 miles from Patio Bella ...

— Santiago, Chile

(Rated 9.3, 216 reviews)
One of our top picks in Santiago.Stylish décor and a French-inspired courtyard can be enjoyed in this boutique hotel situated in upscale Providencia ...

— Santiago, Chile

(Rated 9.0, 745 reviews)
One of our top picks in Santiago.Located 300 feet from Bellas Artes Subway Station, Hotel Altiplanico Bellas Artes offers accommodations with free WiF ...

Chile - The Land Of Fire And Ice

You’ll soon understand why Chile is known as the land of fire and ice. In the north of Chile you have the Atacama desert, the world’s driest desert which spans for 600 miles and in some parts has not seen rain in 400 years. At the opposite end of the spectrum you have the Patagonia glaciers down south. A harsh and cold landscape not for the faint of heart. In between this song of fire and ice you’ll find a range of diverse terrains, climates and cultures, scattered across Chile’s 2,653 mile landscape. From the mysterious Easter Island statues, to the urban city life of Santiago - which lies in a valley surrounded by the Andes and Chilean Coast mountain ranges. For a laid back trip enjoy wine tasting in the central valley, one of the largest agricultural regions on the globe, or get in touch with your wild side and head 700 miles south of Santiago to the Lakes District. Here you’ll find a plethora of untouched and uninhabited forests, waterfalls and volcanoes to explore.

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Trek Through Torres del Paine National Park in Chile

Trekking through the rocky landscapes of Torres del Paine National Park is a must for explorers. Marvel at the three granite peaked towers the park is named after, along with the French Valley and The Grey Glacier. From October to April you can take a classic trekking route with EcoCamp Patagonia.

Explore The Mythical Easter Island

Easter Island is a mysterious location teeming with years of Pacific history. Chile has owned the most isolated island (that is still inhabited) on earth since 1888, lying 2,300 miles off the Chilean coastline. See the imposing Moai stone statues, standing 10 meters tall and weighing over 70 tonnes. The easiest way to see the stones and the rest of this mythical island is via the Rapa Nui Explorer.

Chile - Ride Through The Andes On Horseback

For another exciting day trip, head to the Andes mountain range where you can go rafting, hiking or see all of the stunning sights on horseback. El Colorado is a popular destination for horse treks and also skiing during the winter months.

Tips and Travel Information For Chile


The currency in Chile is the peso (CH$). You’ll find plenty of ATMs in all areas of Chile, the Carretera Austral highway being the only exception. Just be aware transaction fees can be as high as $10 USD. Credit cards are also accepted at hotels, restaurants and shops. Keep in mind some businesses will also charge up to 6% extra to cover fees.

Getting Around in Chile

Chile has plenty of bus routes with affordable fares. The placard on each bus will usually tell you their final destination. You can work out your map route online prior to travelling. Taxi and rideshare services are also available, with the ridesharing app Uber being available in many Chilean cities and towns.

Best Time To Visit

Peak Season (Nov - Feb) Moderate (Sep - Nov & Mar - May) Quiet Season (Jun - Aug) Chile is at its busiest between November and February. During this time the sun is out and the beaches are extremely busy. Quieter periods come between June and August. These months are great for skiing and visiting the north of Chile. Just be aware transportation and accomodation becomes more crowded around July.

Find Boutique Hotels In Chile

For a stay as spectacular as the country you’re visiting. Check out our selection of boutique hotels located in Chile.