Hotel Panamericano

Address: Teatinos 320, Santiago, Chile | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Santiago Centro area of Santiago, is near La Moneda, Museum of Pre-Columbian Art, Museum of Pre-Columbian Art (Museo Chileno de Arte Precolombino), and Paseos en Bicicleta.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Panamericano Santiago

      Reviewed by cacilda

      Hotel de brasileiros

      Reviewed Oct 3, 2013
      by (27 reviews) Rio de Janeiro , Brazil Flag of Brazil

      Localizado bem no centro, em rua de pedestre, é confortável, limpo, silencioso. Nesta segunda estadia percebemos sensível melhora no cardápio do restaurante, mas o desayuno, embora continue farto, é muito repetido. Pessoal da recepção pouco simpático, mas bem profissional. Banheiro muito bem instalado, com ducha higiênica funcional.

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

      Reviewed by cacilda

      Muito movimento!

      Reviewed Jun 1, 2013
      by (27 reviews) Rio de Janeiro , Brazil Flag of Brazil

      Quartos bem instalados. Desjejum pobre, sempre igual. Restaurante também é muito rotineiro. Não há opções para quem quer comida leve ao jantar. Pessoal da recepção muito impessoal, mas com tanto movimento!

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

      TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Panamericano Santiago

      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

      Travel Blogs from Santiago

      Hello El Morado Are You There?

      A travel blog entry by lawyerchick92 on Feb 09, 2015

      1 comment, 9 photos

      ... Reese and Ruth had a cup of coffee and I grabbed some water while Alejandro picked up our lunches. Once we were stocked, it was off to Baños Morales a mountain village, which would be our starting point.

      Now the road to Baños Morales was something else. The first part of the drive from San José de Maipo was not bad although it was a full of a lot of turns through the lowland mountains. (If you are prone to carsickness this would not be ...

      Quito to Santiago via Lima

      A travel blog entry by jcarlin on Jan 27, 2015

      1 comment, 10 photos

      ... inconvenience of cramped flight was nothing when I thought about tomorrow's relative luxury. Also less worry with all that chocolate going into my bags. I hope that the customs man / woman doesn't want a sample when they see my stash as I will have to declare some paintings on sheep skins and a few other wooden bits and pieces. Fingers crossed.

      While wandering around the Lima airport and relieving the Peruvians of some of their chocolate too (for ...

      Exploring Santiago High & Low

      A travel blog entry by jamber on Dec 01, 2014

      16 photos

      There are street vendors everywhere selling **** ranging from hot wheels to necklaces to 80s tshirts Speaking of 80s tshirts - the local designer where I bought a dress was selling 80s tshirts. The cashier confirmed - santiagans love 80s American music. People make out wherever, whenever There is a rich beighborhood(s) and man can you tell ...

      Lake Biddypoopoo

      A travel blog entry by liamkirby on Sep 11, 2014

      5 photos

      ... the main stretch to the prison.

      San Pedro is not an easy place to get into. Tours, though never originally legal, have been strictly banned after it became much of a cocaine haven, where gringo backpackers would flock to try some of the purest sugar on the planet. Whispers abound about the goings on inside and the nasty fate that awaits the gringos who dare enter. We rocked up to the front gate outside Population, the main and most dangerous section. Inmates crowd at the ...

      Adios Chile!

      A travel blog entry by toddlerontour on Jun 23, 2014

      5 photos

      ... feeling very obliging. Set over 4 floors the house had a very pokey and claustrophobic feel about it, but did provide good views over the city. My only vaguely interesting factoid from the visit is the red glasses for water on the dining room table. Apparently Neruda thought water tasted better out of green or red glasses. One to experiment on perhaps. After La Sebastiana we walked back down the hill, entering "El Museo del Cielo Abierto" which translates as "The Open ...