The Singular Santiago
At a Glance
Slap bang in trendy Barrio Lastarria, home to an array of cafés, bars, boutiques, art galleries and restaurants
New York City meets French neo-classical architecture and décor, affords the hotel a modern stylish feel
Get a good night's sleep in the tastefully toned and luxurious guest rooms
Don't miss the rooftop pool and funky bar with views of Cerro San Cristóbal by day and the city skyline by night. The hotel's restaurant is pretty good too, so you needn't go far for a posh dinner!
There's an indulgent spa to help prepare you for Santiago's now famous dining scene or to ensure you're ready for the next leg of your journey
Best time to Visit
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Santiago is a year-round destination but the most pleasant months to visit are October to April. Although summer (November to April) is hot, breezes disperse the smog that shrouds the city for most of the year and there is lots of sunshine. Over winter (June to September) you’ll see the Andes wreathed in snow and can ski nearby, but the weather is chilly and rain can be an issue. Spring-like September is Chile's national independence month, and is full of activity.
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The Singular Santiago is located in the charming area of Lastarria one of Santiago's most characterful neighbourhoods with its galleries, street cafes and park. The Singular offers style in abundance, spacious guest rooms and a prime location.
The Singular Santiago is the stylish sister hotel to the unique Singular Patagonia Hotel. Sharing the same ethos of individual style, top service and excellent food as the original, the Singular Santiago also comes with a prime urban location in the heart of Lastarria, Santiago's historic and now most trendy neighbourhood.
Enrique Concha, one of Chile's top interior designers, has created interiors which feel timeless and elegant, mixing limited edition prints, hand-crafted furniture and polished parquet floors.
The Singular Santiago consists of 62 stylish rooms over 9 floors including the 40 larger than average Singular rooms, most of which have a small balcony and integrated sitting area. The suite comes with the attraction of its own separate living room area. There are connecting Classic rooms which are ideal for families.
The award-winning French chef, Laurent Pasqualetto, who has created a real buzz at the Singular Patagonia restaurant with his innovative locally sourced menu, brings the same flair to the kitchen in Santiago. Highlights include the Guanaco tartare prepared table side and a selection of local cheeses.
The sultry lobby bar and library has the feel of a private members club with its brass angle-poise lamps, studded leather armchairs and marble bar, the perfect place to sample cocktails showcasing Chile's finest Piscos.
During the warm summer months, the Singular's rooftop bar and terrace, which has one section reserved for hotel guests only and a small plunge pool is a major draw and offers stunning vistas over the city skyline and mountainous Andes backdrop.
Singular Santiago also boasts an indulgent subterranean Spa with four treatment rooms, Jacuzzis, saunas and steam rooms, ideal for getting you ready for a night out at one of the city's finest restaurants or easing you into the next leg of your journey.
The Singular Santiago offers 62 stylish rooms over 9 floors including seven Patio rooms, 14 Classic rooms with balconies and 40 larger than average Singular rooms, most of which have a small balcony, integrated sitting area and larger bathrooms with a separate bathtub and shower. The suite comes with the attraction of its own separate living room area. There are connecting Classic rooms which are ideal for families.
Children are welcome to come and stay at the Singular Santiago, and babysitting can be arranged upon request. There are a few interconnecting Classic rooms available.
Facilities at the Singular include the Merced 294 Bar and the Singular Restaurant. From December the Singular's rooftop bar and terrace will open which has one section reserved for hotel guests with a small plunge pool.
Singular Santiago also boasts an indulgent subterranean Spa with four treatment rooms, Jacuzzis, saunas and steam rooms.
Given the hotel's excellent downtown location, some of Santiago's funkiest restaurants and bars can be found right on your doorstep. Why not climb Cerro San Cristobal for a stunning view of the city or head to the capital's historic centre to visit the many museums and fabulous colonial buildings.
Jules Maury (Staff)
A colonial style hotel set in the Lastarria district amongst the bustling bars and restaurants of this part of Santiago. There is an atmospheric bar and reception area on the ground floor decked in hundreds of pictures and photographs of times gone by. Their restaurant and small outside terrace here serve more fine dining options, or should you wish to enjoy Santiago in the evening go up to their roof terrace and tapas restaurant and savour a pisco sour watching the sun go down. There is a small pool to relax by on hot days and the rooms are spacious and comfortable and remarkably quiet considering you are in the heart of Santiago. There is a Spa in the basement with treatment rooms and an excellent gym. A great hotel to stay a night or two between exploring the diverse regions of Chile. Top tip. If you are on the early flight in from London and really want to go straight to your room, worth paying for an extra night as this is a very busy hotel and early check-ins are often not that easy to come by.
Katie Aston (Staff)
I visited the Singular on the first day that it opened and there was a real buzz about the hotel. It's location is ideal for soaking up the atmosphere in trendy Lastarria where there is a choice of good restaurants and it's opposite on of the best ice-cream shops in Santiago. The decor is timeless and classic with a nod to an elegant Gentleman's club. The pool deck with its incredible view over the park and Andes is a great bonus for guests who want to take a dip to cool off in the Santiago summer and guest rooms were spacious and elegant and would suit both couples and families alike.
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Location & directions
Located on the northeast side of Santiago, it is just a short distance from Santa Lucia Hill and Parque Forestal.
How to get there
14-hour international flight to Santiago International Airport, followed by a 20-minute transfer to the hotel.
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