At a Glance
Located in one of Santiago's most exclusive neighborhoods
Although it doesn't have its own restaurant for dining in the evening, there is a wealth of fabulous options on your doorstep
A little gem of a hotel with beautiful French style decor and plenty of areas to relax and unwind
Very serene and welcoming - the rooms look out over a small courtyard garden
The hotel's quaint kitchen is open to guests on the hunt for a late evening snack
To start planning your vacation to Le Reve
Le Reve is a recent addition to Santiago, and one of the very few boutique hotels located in the exclusive Providencia District, close to many of the city's top highlights.
Le Reve has 31 en-suite rooms and suites all elegantly decorated in a French style with beautiful antiques and deep colors, clearly influenced by Parisian hotels. On warmer days, guests can relax over a Provencal-style breakfast in the garden patio. And on an evening, Le Reve is in walking distance of a plentiful supply of superb restaurants and bars.
Twentyeight guest rooms and three suites with a French style and contemporary touches. Some of the rooms also have a private balcony or terrace, with views of the inner courtyard and grounds.
Children are welcome at the hotel, and babysitting can be arranged upon request, but there are no specific facilities or interconnecting rooms.
Le Reve has no restaurant, but it serves a full daily Provencal-style breakfast in the hotel's living room or on warmer days in the interior garden. At night the kitchen is open to guests for drinks and snacks. There are plenty of fabulous restaurants within easy reach of the hotel for guests to choose from in the evenings.
Location & Directions
This hotel is located in the heart of the district of Providencia right by Pedro de Valdivia metro station and close to the business center, cultural attractions, and restaurant and pub areas (a 2-minute walk).
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.