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Holiday Inn Santiago Airport

  • Holiday Inn Airport Santiago
  • Holiday Inn Airport Santiago
  • Holiday Inn Airport Santiago
  • Holiday Inn Airport Santiago
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Modern chain hotel just steps from the airport: a pleasant and comfortable place for some much-needed rest before or after a long flight.

This popular modern chain hotel, Holiday Inn Satiago Airport is conveniently located right at the airport, directly in front of the arrivals area. While a functional choice, it’s more than agreeable and surprisingly quiet. Rooms are comfortable with all the amenities to make for a pleasant and restful stay before or after a long flight. Facilities include a restaurant, bar, sauna, gym, Jacuzzi and outdoor swimming pool.

Bartolome, Galápagos

What our clients say

  • Ideal for an overnight stop, perfect location, well soundproofed, large clean comfortable room and vast buffet breakfast available earlier than most hotels.

    RE, Knutsford
  • Very good hotel for an airport location. 

    BP, London
  • Incredibly convenient for flights within Chile. As good a Holiday inn as we've ever stayed in.

    PA, London
  • "Large luxury hotel, everything perfect but very impersonal."

    PF, Falmouth
  • "This was a good airport style hotel.  It was exactly what was required for a one night stopover - not least because it had a restaurant which stayed open late."

    IAR,Melrose
  • Good modern hotel next to airport for  leaving at end of trip. 

    CH, York
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Our Expert's Opinion

I must admit I wasn’t expecting much from an airport hotel but was very pleasantly surprised by the Holiday Inn. Not only is it super convenient for the airport, it offers a comfortable (and quiet!) stay with computers to check your flight status and a decent menu and wine list for that final meal in Chile. There is also the bonus of an indoor pool, gym and sauna.

Sophie
Sophie Barber Travel Expert Sophie lived in Chile before joining us and has travelled extensively across Latin America, from Mexico to the furthest tip of Patagonia and beyond to Antarctica.

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