The Singular Santiago
A stylish, first class, service oriented hotel close to central Santiago combining a luxurious classical style with contemporary features.
Singular Hotels make a point of taking their inspiration from and blending in with the local environment. In Lastarria, an up-and-coming residential district and historical cultural centre of Santiago, the hotel has adopted a French neo-classical architecture and decorating the interior with antiques, artwork from the capital and idiosyncratic photos. It has blended the traditional with an innovative feel. The rooms are classically furnished: nothing too unusual here: bathrooms are satisfyingly contemporary.
Befitting a modern first class property there is a comprehensive spa with saunas, Jacuzzis, massages and treatments and a rooftop pool. The smart restaurant also combines different styles, with striking checkerboard flooring diffusing the light from ornate chandeliers. This is a service-orientated hotel where the management and staff endeavour to create a complete experience for you: it’s not just a place to sleep.
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