3 bedroom 2 bath apartment Santiago center Chile.
Luxury fully furnished 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom apartment. It is a "home from home". Includes communal swimming pool, fitness center, sauna, BBQ area, safe parking and 24 hour manager service and cafetaria. This apartment is situated 3 blocks from center or metro and 3 blocks from Providencia.
Luxury fully furnished 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom apartment. The apartment has a complete kitchen, 2 full bathrooms, and areas for living and dining and cooking. It is a "home from home" with view of the police station. Includes communal swimming pool with hydro massage, fitness center, sauna, BBQ area, kids room, washing and drying facilities, wifi, cable tv, safe parking and 24 hour manager service and cafetaria. It is in Santiago center, 3 blocks from Santa Lucia Hill and close to all amenities a center has to offer. Also the apartment has a booklet with very interesting excursions in and around Santiago which are very well described with car plans and metro and bus plans and card for these. The apartment is 3 blocks from center or metro and 3 blocks from Providencia. Close center and Bella Vista Providencia all within walking distance! All the shops are on your doorstep so are the take aways as well, so easy to get your breakfast and other meals. Shops for shopping are walking distance away or short drive with metro. The museums and other interesting areas are all walking distance! The apartment is close enough to the areas where there are things to do and far enough away to have good night sleep.
The Carmen Boulevard 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments are all in the same building on different floors, so if you come with a group it is possible to rent 1 or more apartments. Carmen apartment is 100m away and are all in contact by local telephone.
Great apartment close to center and Providencia.
This great 3 bedroom 2 bathroom apartment is fully furnished and ready to live in, a home from home! The comfortable queensize bed, with the fully equiped kitchen and clean bathroom makes living here very easy. The living are is comfortable furnished. Food is close by and easy to obtain.
Fantastic 3 bedroom apartment just outside Santiago city center near the metro station Santa Lucia. The apartment has 3 bedrooms, 2 luxury bathrooms, living area and fully equiped kitchen. Below is better description.
* Living room con dining room with suite and furniture and dining table with 6 chairs.
* Cable tv and connection for phone in living room and in master bedroom. local phone, with card you can call long distance.
* Fully furnished separate kitchen with: fridge freezer, hob and oven, microwave, kettle, cups and plates, cutlery, pans, glasses and timber work top, plunger coffee maker and tea pot and toaster.
* In the apartment you have Wifi and special 'work' desk.
* Master bedroom with queen size bed and wardrobe.
* Second bedroom with 2 single beds and wardrobe.
* Third bedroom with bunk bed and wardrobe.
* Separate bathroom with bath and shower facility.
* Terrace with view over Los Andes.
* Outside apartment belonging to apartment: Swimmingpool, Fitness center, clothes washing facilities, party barbeque, meeting area on top of apartment block, 24 hour manager at desk, lobby, parking place, sauna, internet cafe, kids room and pool table room.
The apartment has cable TV, local telephone and internet service.
Sleeps 8. 3 bedroom luxury 16nd floor apartment. Situated just outside Santiago city centre and close to metro station Santa Lucia and Providencia and Bella Vista. Fully furnished living/dining room and kitchen.
The parking is under the building and belongs to the apartment and is very safe.
Santiago Metropolitan Regional Info
It is the country's only landlocked administrative region and contains the nation's capital, Santiago, which is home to colonial buildings and modern skyscrapers, close to not only top-notch ski resorts but sandy beaches as well.
We have a self written guide in the apartment which will show you how to use the local transport systems and how to get to each of the places mentioned below.
Santiago has a very nice climate, like California or Spain, sp outdoor living is very normal here. Everywhere you are you will see the mountains like a wall beside you.. The Alameda Libertador Bernardo O' Higgens which is a broad avenue which enters the city center from the west and goes to the east into Providencia. From there you can visit La Moneda where the government resides, Plaza de la Constitucion Plaza Bernardo O' Higgins and Santa Lucia. The apartments are situated close to Santa Lucia Hill where Pedro Valdivia first started Santiago which is a baroque maze of pathways, gardens fountains and squares. Parque Forestal is situated along the river Mapocho where you can walk and relax, and then have some nice fish or shellfish for lunch in the Mercado Central. On the other side of the Mapocho river you will find the Vega Central where all the fruit and vegetables are taken in from the farmers you can buy there yourself as well, Patronato for cheap clothes and Barrio Bella Vista where you can buy jewelery only made in Chile. A bit further on the red metro line is Estation central which is made by Eifel and if you go the other way to Los Dominicos you will find a hacienda type tourist place with beautiful little shops. Bit to the south you will find vine yards of which Cousino Macul is the oldest, all easely reached by metro. In the apartment is a booklet with a map and more information about museums, shopping, restaurants and other things you can do like going on top of Cerro San Cristobal with its incredible view over the city.
The apartment is a very good place to do excursions around Santiago. The Maipo valley is very close to Santiago and there are lot of opportunities to swim, ride horses, picnic, hike, camp or cabin overnight and wild water rafting. There is also a variety of Chilean restaurants with traditional Chilean foods as empanadas and humitas. Around 25 km into the valley is the town of San Jose de Maipo, here starts the road up in the Andes where you can ski.
Another beautiful excursions is towards Los Andes and go right to Mendoza in Argentina, 5 hours driving will bring you there. The crossing of the Andes is Magic.
More south is Pomaire where you can see hand made pottery and other handy crafts and eat a traditional Chilean lunch. Just before this is Malloco a German enclave and further down the road is San Antonio with its fish market..
Down to the pacific are Valparaiso and Vina Del Mar with their beautiful beaches, perfect for a nice day out.
The apartment contains a booklet which will help you to find your way around Santiago and with all the excursions.
More information: Wikipedia
Places to Visit
The Metropolitan Park
The Metropolitan Park is the biggest Chile‘s park. It has total superficies of 728 hectares and includes the San Cristóbal, the Chacarillas, the Gemelos and the Pirámide hills.
The statue of the Virgin of the Immaculate Conception, 14 meters high, stands at the summit of the San Crsitóbal hill. There are some other different attractions available there: the Zoo, two swimming pools, a picnic zone, restaurants, children play ground zone, a chapel and the Botanical Garden. This area can be easily reached by car, cable car or funicular.
The National Zoo is situate in part of Santiago Metropolitan Park. Currently there are 158 species and about a thousand animals in the area of 4.8 hectares. Approximately 30% of them are indigenous, such as condors, vicuna (a type of camel), chinchillas and cougars (South American feline). You can get there using bus, or a car o surface trail or walk by the Barrio Bellavista from the subway station of Santiago called Baquedano.
It is a peaceful and very beautiful park planted with leafy trees and is pleasant to go for a walk.
The Sculptures Park
The park offers amples of sculptures in open air of famous national and international art prize winners. The sculptures are made from metal, wood, fibers and other materials. There is also a show room permanently functioning.
Plaza de Armas
A fortified area, for gunpowder storage, was built in its center by the Spaniards. There, they also carried out military exercises. That is why it was called Plaza de Armas or the Arms plaza. This area is very popular among foreing and local visitors. Maybe the main reason of such popularity is the Metropolitan Cathedral of Santiago standing here on the Plaza des Armas. Its baroque interior features 3 long naves with barrel vaulting and there is some fine decoration, most notably the main altar of marble, bronze and lapis lazuli that came from Germany.
Watch changing of Guards in La Moneda.
A pottery and folklore village just south of Santiago.
A park and artisan market in center.
Santiago has lot of museums, most visited is pre Columbiano.
This is hacienda like area with all beautiful little shops.
Here you can buy and eat all kinds of fish and shell fish, really need to give this a try.
Here is where the farmers bring their fruit and vegetables, try the fruit in season is delicious!
This is made by Eifel and have a look in the markets around it.
For the kids
There are fun parks, pools, little parks and lot more for them to do.
Cerro San Cristobal
Go on the gondell and look all over Santiago and visit the parks up there.
Things to Do
There are loads of things to do in Santiago Metropolitan.
Maybe you'd like to take full day El Morado Trek? Have you ever imagine yourself walking in the middle of the Andes? Well, this superb trekking excursion will make you explore the very heart of the Andes mighty cordillera!
Enjoy an entire day of exciting skiing in the midst of the Andes Mountains at Valle Nevado, a ski resort with superb snow surrounded by spectacular summits and glacier valleys.
Ride a horse alongside rushing rivers, high walled gorges and a towering mountain backdrop in the El Colorado Valley in order to become acquainted with really amazing Andes Mountains!
Maybe you'd like to visit a local vineyard and try some superb wines of Chile? Travel through the beautiful Maipo Valley, home to some of Chile's most celebrated wines on full day tour visiting Perez Cruz, Concha y Toro and Almaviva vineyards. Highly recommended are the Caliterra Cabernet Sauvignon Reserva 1997 and Chardonnay Reserva 1997. Other wines well worth trying are Cánepa Cabernet Sauvignon, Blanc, Merlot and Chardonnay, Concha Y Toro, Cousiño Macul, Errázuriz, Miguel Torres, Santa Carolina, Santa Emiliana, and Undurraga.
There are 5 ski resorts around here, please inquire for the possibilities.
Here you have lots of Pubs and restaurants.
A bohemian place to go out and enjoy Santiago with nice places to eat and drink.
Another nice place to enjoy yourself with food and drink.
Luxury fully furnished 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom apartment. It is a "home from home". Includes communal swimming pool, fitness center, sauna, BBQ area, safe parking and 24 hour manager service and cafetar