- The Ritz Carlton, Santiago is the city’s premier luxury property and strategically located in the capital’s most prestigious and refined neighborhood, El Golf.
- The rooftop pool and gym look out on the Andes, and Wine 365, a wine bar serving light fare, takes its name from the fact that its cellar is stocked with enough Chilean vintages to enable you to try a different kind every night for a year.
- At 7,440 square feet, the fitness center and spa on the fifth floor, a structure walled in by curved glassed, includes an outdoor terrace with terrific views of the city.
- A soak in the rooftop pool with a Pisco Sour and a view of the Andes.
- The spa provides an array of indulgent services, including body treatments with local wine and chocolate.
- The luxury hotel is a two-hour drive to the ocean, and a one-and-a-half-hour drive to the Andes mountains and all they have to offer.
- Across the street is Los Comdes, the cultural center where you can find live theater and art exhibitions, plus there are plenty of restaurants within walking distance.
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- Complimentary room upgrade on arrival.
- Daily complimentary buffet breakfast for two.
- Up to $100 dining or spa credit per stay, and or in-house dining / spa discounts.
- Welcome amenities (wine/chocolates/fruit) and card from the GM.
- Complimentary private airport transfers.
- Complimentary roll-away bed if required.
- Early check-in and late check-out.
- Complimentary Wi-Fi.
- Enhanced recognition through VIP status at all touch points in the guest experience.
A complete or partial suite of VIP benefits will be offered, subject to the property T&C, including availability, category of room & length of stay.
With its church a national monument, “Pueblo los Domínicos”, resembles a typical Chilean town. Visitors will delight in the wide variety of local handicrafts, antiques, sculpture and foods available.
We invite you to discover the city of Santiago and visit its main tourist attractions. On the central avenue of Alameda, you can appreciate the Presidential Palace, La Moneda a neoclassical building and its surroundings of old government buildings.
Going south of Santiago and still in the metropolitan region, we will find The Maipo Valley, an area with the most fertile and best microclimates in Central Chile for the production of superb wines. The Maipo Valley is located just beside the Maipo River and has beautiful natural surroundings inhabited by farmers that work the land using ancient techniques.
The visit starts at Don Melchor Square, where you are going to be welcomed by a bilingual guide who will invite you to enjoy a panoramic view of Vineyard Pirque.Visitors walk around the ancient park, going back in time while they appreciate the original winery house dating for more than a century, which use to be the residence of the Concha y Toro family. Here was born more than 100 years ago the largest wine company in Chile.
We will leave Santiago towards the Andes driving through a gorge at the mountains foot hills to later climb up through a road with more than 40 curves till we arrive to Farellones, La Parve and El Colorado.
Located 80 kilometers from Santiago, the Casablanca Valley offers a panoramic view of some of this country finest and best vineyard with its beautiful surroundings.This excellent location has a moderate climate because of the pacific coast winds.
As we leave Santiago and go west across route 68 we are going to pass the second most important mountain range in Chile, the “Cordillera de la Costa”. Route 68 is the highway that connects the capital Metropolitan Region to Valparaiso, Chile’s most important port and Viña del Mar, probably the best resort city in central Chile. Along this route we are going to cross the valleys of Curacavi and Casablanca, probably the most important on quality white wines production in the country.
Valparaíso, immortalized in the words of Pablo Neruda, is one of South America’s most charismatic and historic ports, with its charming ascensores (funicular railways) and colorful hillside constructions.
Located mostly in the center of the country, the Chilean vineyards have gained worldwide fame and prestige for the quality and variety of their wines. Along the wine country route, visit vineyards such as Concha y Toro, vineyard Errázuriz, Cousiño Macul and vineyard Undurraga, to mention a few. The exceptional climate and terrain of the valleys of Santiago, Aconcagua and Cachapoal allow for a great variety of large and small vineyards that produce prestigious wines for export.
A glacially sculpted valley just southeast of Santiago, Cajon del Maipo makes an excellent day or weekend trip. Whitewater rafting, hiking, and horseback riding are among the activities offered in Santiago’s backyard getaway.
On arriving at El Colorado ski area you will find magnificent ski terrain, remarkable snow conditions and pleasant outdoor temperatures. These conditions are due to a combination of the altitude and latitude which generate excellent powder snow and sunny days. It is not uncommon to have up to 17 feet of snowfall during the ski season.
Metropolitan Park, the Green Garden of Santiago, comprises 1,784 acres and a Zoo, and is the biggest urban park in Chile. Funicular and cable carts ride to the top of the San Cristobal Hill offering great views of Santiago. The Park’s mission is to improve citizens’ lives by preserving an amazing natural environment enhanced by touches of art, culture and sports.
The Portillo ski resort is like a cruise ship nestled in the magnificent Andean peaks. With no neighboring towns, Portillo is a totally self-contained mecca for skiing or snowboarding, socializing and relaxing, in a natural environment that is nothing less than spectacular.
Valle Nevado lies at an altitude of 10,000 feet, amidst incredibly breathtaking landscapes in the Andes Mountains. With an abundance of sun and quality snow, it is the largest skiable acreage in the Southern Hemisphere. Perfect for snowboarding too.
The Ritz Carlton, Santiago is strategically located in the capital’s most prestigious and refined neighborhood, El Golf. The hotel is just 30 minutes from Santiago International Airport and within walking distance to exclusive boutiques and restaurants. Besides good business, the capital city promises entertainment, pleasure and excitement for fans of outdoor activities such as skiing, surfing or trekking among the Andes Mountains.
The Ritz-Carlton, Santiago has 205 guestrooms including 49 Club level rooms and 3 Club Suites, 15 Executive Suites, and a Ritz-Carlton Presidential Suite located on the 14th floor. Rooms and suites are distributed among 14 floors crowned by a glass dome housing an indoor pool and Jacuzzi. All rooms feature a delicate and warm combination of earth tones and golds in a classic décor. Dining facilities include The Lobby Lounge and The Ritz-Carlton Bar. The Lobby Lounge serves Afternoon Tea, cappuccinos, and light meals. In the evening The Ritz-Carlton Bar features premium cocktails, fine wines, champagne, and an exclusive pisco menu, accompanied by live Jazz entertainment.
Redesigned guest rooms and suites continue to showcase Santiago’s mix of skyscrapers and mountains through picture windows, yet with a style that reflects the cosmopolitan, refined aesthetic of the hotel’s El Golf neighborhood. Club Level rooms and suites includes access to the exclusive lounge.
The Deluxe Rooms feature magnificent vistas over the city of Santiago and spacious designs with separate bathtub and shower. Room facilities include an in-room safe, 37 inch plasma TV, radio, stereo and iPod dock, multi line speakerphones with voicemail and available wired or wireless internet access.
The Club Rooms offer access to The Ritz-Carlton Club Lounge with daily culinary and beverage presentations, and beautiful views overlooking the city with additional views on the Club Level. Room facilities include an in-room safe, 37 inch plasma TV, radio, stereo and iPod dock, multi line speakerphones with voicemail and available wired or wireless internet access.
The Junior Suites offer exclusive Club Lounge access, and separate living room area with beautiful views overlooking the city. Room facilities include an in-room safe, 37 inch plasma TV, radio, stereo and iPod dock, multi line speakerphones with voicemail and available wired or wireless internet access.
The Executive Suite offers exclusive Club Lounge access, and separate living room area with beautiful views overlooking the city. Room facilities include an in-room safe, 37 inch plasma TV, radio, stereo and iPod dock, multi line speakerphones with voicemail and available wired or wireless internet access.
The Presidential Suite offers exclusive Club Lounge access, and a large floor plan with separate bedroom, living room and sitting areas, with beautiful, soaring views overlooking the city. Room facilities include an in-room safe, 37 inch plasma TV, radio, stereo and iPod dock, multi line speakerphones with voicemail and available wired or wireless internet access.
Those seeking a balance of incredible food and elegant ambience likely end up in Santiago’s Las Condes. Set amid this vibrant neighborhood is The Ritz-Carlton, Santiago, whose culinary contributions include farm-to-table cuisine, pisco cocktails and a decadent Afternoon Tea.
Guided by a ‘Chilean farm to table’ concept, the restaurant offers the very best local products, supporting artisan producers, promoting organic products, respecting seasonal ingredients and using responsible fishing to create a memorable culinary experience. Estro’s style is relaxed, warm, responsible and enriched with flavors and handcrafted techniques from around the world.
The Lobby Lounge
Partake in the signature ‘Afternoon Tea’ experience or sip cappuccinos and linger over light meals. The lounge features a pianist during tea time from Tuesday through to Thursday, 5:30 pm till 7:30 pm.
Experience a memorable moment with Cafe Ritual’s daily baked cakes and pastries. The menu includes a selection of different coffee preparations made from hand roasted beans from Central and South America.
The Ritz-Carlton Bar
Traditionally elegant, this cozy bar is the ideal venue for a glass of wine, whiskey or cocktail. A separate menu is dedicated entirely to pisco. Live music is featured on select evenings.
Ritz Carlton Santiago has a roof top swimming pool, spa and fitness centre, sauna, steam baths, Jacuzzi, three massage rooms, four restaurants, lounges, grand ballroom and business centre.
Rooftop swimming pool.
Guests may easily maintain their fitness routines before or after the meeting at The Ritz–Carlton, Santiago. Whether the preference is for an invigorating swim‚ a weight training workout‚ jogging on a treadmill or outdoors, guests may continue a familiar schedule or start a new exercise program.
Chile’s capital offers a unique landscape, one where the snow-capped Andes share the same land as the sandy beaches. Taking in this Santiago scene from the roof of the hotel is its luxury spa, a sprawling retreat where fitness and wellness go hand-in-hand. Topped by a glass cupola, the spa offers a full menu of treatments, including massages and facials, a heated indoor lap pool, an outdoor terrace and fitness center.
Santiago may appeal to adults, but it offers plenty for young, curious minds, too. With its Ritz Kids program, this family-friendly hotel encourages kids to explore and engage through daily activities highlighting the culture and nature of Chile.