BEST WESTERN Los Espanoles
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews BEST WESTERN Los Espanoles Santiago
Travel Blogs from Santiago
It's the first day of my seven day trip to Chile! I flew into SCL Aeropuerto this morning after a long 14 hour flight . I dropped my bags off at the hotel and off I went to sight see the beautiful city of Santiago. I took the subway to the Museum of Memory and Human Rights, very interesting! This museum commemorates the harsh dictatorship of …
... and villages throughout South America. We’ve walked and talked for hours in the early mornings while exploring the streets of Bogota, Buenos Aires, Montevideo, Arembepe, Cartagena, etc., always using this time to formulate plans, discuss any issues and to decide how we want to live our lives when we get back home. Now the time has come and we’re finally, actually going home. As I think about this past year, one of the things that strikes me the most ...
... dance and culture museum, the main park, Saint Lucia hill and the presidents house. The last two stops were very interesting as there was a lot of history behind them. Saint Lucia hill was the first place to develop a vineyard in Chile and the first place for the astronomical observatory, brought to them by the US navy. Behind and to the side of this hill, which holds the most beautiful water features, are small parks usually made of up young couples ...
... us into the room. The doorman was friendly and after a series of charades like gestures and guess the English/Spanish he established some important facts about us; we have no family in Chile, we have been married for 3 years, have no children, are from Inglès (even England isn't understood as a word) and will be in Chile for two weeks. We found out he has a family of indeterminate size, is from Chile and is very talkative, but not as good at charades as we ...
... del Socorro) brought to Santiago by Pedro de Valdivia in 1540, but when we got there the museum was totally closed up. I was so disappointed because it was a significant building in the history of Santiago, and Phillippe had described the statue as special; very small but very old ! Well, Pedro had had a long way to carry it & a statue would have been difficult on a horse! Apparently it closed at 2.30pm and we ...