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The Ritz – Carlton Santiago Santiago, Chile


Chile, officially the Republic of Chile, is a South American country occupying a long, narrow strip of land between the Andes mountains to the east and the Pacific Ocean to the west. It borders Peru to the north, Bolivia to the northeast, Argentina to the east, and the Drake Passage in the far south. Today Chile is one of South America’s most stable and prosperous nations, a recognized middle power and an emerging economy.


Framed by the Andes to the east and a  coastal range to the west, and one of the largest cities in South America, Santiago is quirky, entertaining, and boast of a cultural and ethnic diversity that remains unmatched in its neighbourhood. Santiago thrives with artistic enthusiasm, and flaunts an equally booming culinary and architectural canvas. Trekking, climbing, horseback riding, skiing, kayaking and wine tours are some exhilarating  indulgences that the city offers.


Among world-class skiing and warm sand beaches, high-end shopping and the city’s most renowned businesses




South America

By Air

Fly to Arturo Merino Benitez International

By Road

30-minute drive from Arturo Merino Benitez International

Recommended stay

4 nights

Best time to visit

Chile’s southern charms, including Torres del Paine and the Lakes District, are best visited in summer (December through March) as some are all but impenetrable in winter (June through September). Meanwhile Chile can be a wonderland for skiers. Middle Chile is best in the verdant spring (September through November) or during the fall harvest (late  February into April). The Atacama Desert can be explored all year.

Pueblo los Dominicos

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.

Wine Route

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.

Cajón del Maipo

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.

The Ritz Carlton is synonymous with luxury in Santiago. An architectural marvel, its vaulted lobby ceilings and the 205 tastefully appointed rooms and suites are both regal and modern. Then hotel boasts of a great service, facilities and features such as a heated indoor poo l and a hot tub, a rooftop solarium, a naked view of the stunning sea, a panoramic view of the Andes ountains.

The hotel remains a culinary delight by creating a delectable blend of South American and Mediterranean cuisine, and playing host to some sublime French and Chilean wines. Ritz Carlton is where world-class luxury mingles with the unique, culturally rich and breathtakingly spectacular part of the world that South America is.

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