The affordable Lastarria Boutique Hotel is a lovingly converted historic town house dating from 1927 and well located in Santiago's up and coming bohemian district of Lastarria close to lively bars, art galleries and excellent restaurants.
At a Glance
One of the most comfortable boutique hotels in the up and coming Lastarria district, Santiago's artier neighborhood
Surrounded by interesting museums, independent galleries, one off boutiques and innovative restaurants
Only 10 minutes walk from the downtown area of the city
Cozy private areas that help make guests feel at home as well as welcoming staff
The elegant garden at Lastarria has a small swimming pool
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To start planning your vacation to Lastarria Boutique
The Boutique Hotel Lastarria has 14 beautifully appointed rooms and suites. Each is beautifully decorated, spacious and fully equipped with the latest technology and the attentive staff ensures guests enjoy a friendly and personalized service.
Lastarria is an arty district or barrio brimming with history, surrounded by excellent museums, galleries, trendy shops, antique stores, theatres and innovative restaurants. Facilities at Lastarria include WiFi, a lounge bar, and small walled garden and pool with solarium.
The Boutique Hotel Lastarria has just 14 rooms and suites. Each is beautifully decorated, spacious and fully equipped with the latest technology
Children are welcome at the hotel, and babysitting can be arranged upon request, but there are no specific facilities or interconnecting rooms.
Location & Directions
Located in the bohemian neighborhood of Santiago, Lastarria Boutique Hotel is steps away from fine restaurants, pubs, cafés, museums, both modern and antique shops as well as theaters and cinemas. Most major tourist attractions, as well as the center of the city's Baquedano Subway station, are within minutes of Lastarria Boutique Hotel.
When to go
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.