Ritz Carlton Santiago
At a Glance
Privileged location in the heart of the uptown El Golf neighborhood, with its numerous restaurants, cafés and boutiques
Spa offering massages and beauty treatments at the top floor fitness center
A roof top swimming pool under a magnificent glass cupola with views of Santiago's skyline
Excellent facilities and various dining options
One of Santiago's most traditional hotels. Classically decorated with an old world elegance
To start planning your vacation to Ritz Carlton Santiago
Offering dazzling views over the city of Santiago and Andes Mountains, The Ritz Carlton Santiago is located in the city’s most prestigious and refined neighborhood, El Golf.
A wide selection of fine dining restaurants and boutique shops can be found within walking distance of the hotel; which serves as a sophisticated urban retreat in the bustle of Santiago’s glitzy skyscrapers, vibrant streets and buzzing nightlife.
The Ritz Carlton Santiago's 220 elegantly decorated guest rooms and suites showcase classic decor set against a backdrop of warm golden colors and earth tones. The hotel boasts a selection of four on-site restaurants ranging in formality from casual to upscale, and highlights a variety of international and Chilean cuisine. An extensive spa and health club can also be found on-site as well as a beautiful glassed-in indoor rooftop pool, which affords fabulous views of the city and Andes Mountains.
The Ritz Carlton Santiago has 205 rooms including Deluxe rooms, Junior Suites and Executive Suites as well as a Club level with Club Rooms and Club Suites.
Children are welcome to come and stay at the Ritz Carlton Santiago, and babysitting can be arranged upon request, but there are no specific facilities or guaranteed interconnecting rooms available.
Ritz Carlton Santiago has a roof top swimming pool, spa and fitness center, sauna, steam baths, Jacuzzi, three massage rooms, four restaurants, lounges, grand ballroom and business center.
Location & Directions
Located on Calle El Alcalde, in the heart of El Golf, one of the city’s most prestigious neighborhoods, Santiago.
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.