Hotel Panamericano

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 (Museo Chileno de Arte Precolombino), Museum of Pre-Columbian Art, 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 TravelPod.com.

    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 TravelPod.com.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Panamericano Santiago

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    Travel Blogs from Santiago

    They call me Willay

    A travel blog entry by liamkirby on Aug 24, 2014

    5 photos

    ... tender areas. I felt a retraction quicker than O'Farrell at Grangegate.

    Final story - last night we went to a desert party. You arrive at 2am at the location some 15km out of town to find a bonfire, bar and dj set up. Just as things were getting into swing the flith came and shut the music down. We decided to bail pretty soon after that and haggled with a local driver to let us pile into this rustbucket of a vehicle. 9 of us. Yes, I have made better decisions. Naturally, a ...

    The end of this journey, but not the end of mine

    A travel blog entry by hadleykmcc on Jul 16, 2014

    1 comment

    ... toilet seats, Inka tiny feet, pedicures, kindness of strangers, judgments of others, laughter, peace, quiet in the chaos, obsession of chocolate, sleep in the strangest places, love of my yoga mat, and most importantly, how incredibly lucky I am to have been given this life to live and the people who live in it with me. I'd say all in all, this trip was exceptional and delightful and miserable and wonderful and I cannot wait to do another one ...

    Getting our bearings in Santiago

    A travel blog entry by andyhill on Jun 06, 2014

    7 photos

    ... girls that had been travelling in NZ a few months before. Got home around 630. Found out that it is the norm for Chilean people to head to the clubs at 1:30-2 and party until 5-6. After wandering the streets and getting confronted by prostitutes I finally found a hot dog stand. Shortly after I headed back to the hostel and ...

    Crossing the Equator

    A travel blog entry by abbeyking on Jan 21, 2014

    ... looked up and the gate was entirely empty. There had been at least 30 people there when I sat down and now I was literally the only person there. Panic. Obviously, I had completely missed the boarding process and my plane was headed to Córdoba without me. What I didn't know was that the Santiago airport likes to play this little game where they switch the gate seven times over the course of an hour and the only way you win is if you can understand ...

    Days 78 - 85: Arica to Santiago

    A travel blog entry by rjcannin on Jan 07, 2014

    64 photos

    ... of the dead remains on earth and must be taken care of. This comes from the mixing of new and old religious beliefs as the natives were converted to Christianity by the conquistadors. We also got to see the grave of the late communist president Salvador Allende who was killed in a military coup in 1973 leading to the dictatorship of Augusta Pinochet. We visited another restaurant seen on Anthony Bordain's show called Fuente Alemana. It's another local dive ...