Imperio Suites

Address: Rodulfo Philippi 32, Santiago, Chile | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located in the Santiago Centro area of Santiago, is near Bellavista, National Library (Biblioteca Nacional), National Museum of History, and Museo Artequin.
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      24 hours in Santiago

      A travel blog entry by tomstafford on Feb 22, 2015

      3 comments, 2 photos

      As this was going to be our last day in Chile as we have come to know it, it seemed appropriate that we were in the capital. We arrived at our hostel at 7am after the night bus and fortunately there was a jet lagged Aussie that was still awake to let us in. After a couple of hours kip we headed out with Andrea to Neruda's Santiago home where he first lived with Matilda, in fact he built it for her to live in when they were first lovers. This house was also ransacked and flooded by the ...

      Groundhog Day

      A travel blog entry by dominic.riordan on Feb 04, 2015

      1 comment, 7 photos

      ... and customs, it was slow going. We got to our nice hotel courtesy of a very friendly taxi driver, Mario, with whom I eked a conversation in Spanish covering family, politics, poverty and beer. What else is there? Santiago is a big, noisy city with lots of rich and poor areas side by side. The poverty in the outer areas is terrible and the living conditions are straight shanty town style. There are lots of 'Mom and Pop' stores in the city ...

      Santiago, Chile

      A travel blog entry by sam.pears.nz on Dec 29, 2014

      1 comment, 7 photos

      ... the markets and had lunch. I have terrible jet lag and couldn't stay awake so went for a nap at the hostel. Around 6pm I did my own walk around the city. There is a heavy police presence here which makes it feel very safe. Although I speak next to no Spanish I have managed to survive with sign language and the help of others. I was tired so headed to bed at 11pm but am still awake now at 2am writing because of the jet ...

      Hipsters, house hunting and an orphan's Christmas

      A travel blog entry by dragonfly911 on Dec 28, 2014

      3 comments, 10 photos

      ... for the perfect album. These poor people felt like they were total outcasts and when they met each other were so relieved amd felt validated. I mean honestly, it's Christmas music, not child porn! And back to those couch surfers... Then came my couch surfers. So, when I had the interview for the room I was told I was allowed couchsurfers by Rachael, the scot, and Tamara, the Chilean. Turns out after all that Tamara misunderstood, and in fact did not want couchsurfers at ...

      From Coast to Coast (Day 38)

      A travel blog entry by bdfro on Nov 17, 2014

      5 photos

      ... about Rio. We were smart about not flaunting money or jewelry and didn't carry much with us or walk long distances alone at night but we never actually felt unsafe. Part of that may be due to a heavy police presence (both municipal and military) in Copacabana and Impanema. - We should have had more wine in Argentina, Uruguay and Chile. It is incredibly cheap for a decent bottle ($5-6 for Trapiche) - The disparity in pricing between tourist areas and those of locals is ...

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