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What We Love

  • Pisco sours and dazzling views at the ninth-floor rooftop bar
  • The design hits that sweet spot between bohemian and slick
  • New age and holistic treatments are offered at the 3,300-square-foot spa

What To Know

  • The Lastarria neighborhood is renowned for its art and culture
  • Free WiFi
  • The spa has only four treatment rooms, so it’s best to book ahead


  •  Bar
  •  Free WiFi
  •  Gym
  •  Handicap Accessible
  •  Pool
  •  Restaurant
  •  Spa
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European elegance meets industrial chic at this hip sleep in one of Santiago’s artiest barrios

The Lowdown

Combining the best of neoclassical French architecture and contemporary design, this hip newcomer shows all the signs of becoming a Santiago institution. The lobby is outfitted like a gentleman’s club, with vintage furniture, stuffed bookshelves, beam ceilings and framed botanical prints. The 62 guestrooms are like mini-residences, with rich textures and warm tones, filled with retro-cool touches like brass lamps and chinoiserie-style lacquered desks. But the vibe is very of-the-moment once you get to that 21st-century hotel staple, the rooftop bar. Set on the ninth floor, this perch offers spectacular views of the adjacent Parque Forestal. The rooftop pool, meanwhile, is perfect for both cooling off and preening alongside the city’s stylish after-work crowd. Another highlight is the subterranean spa, which offers holistic and new age treatments, including chromotherapy.

In the Area

Santiago is a compact, walkable city, and Lastarria, on the northeast side, is one of its loveliest and most convenient neighborhoods. Stroll through Parque Forestal, stopping to take in the sights, sounds and scents of the Mercado Central seafood market, then peruse the modern treasures at the MAC (Museum of Contemporary Art). Next hit Bellavista, a charmingly boho micro-neighborhood crammed with galleries, cafés and performance spaces. Don’t miss the former home of Nobel Prize–winning poet Pablo Neruda, who lived here in the 1950s and ’60s. Afterward, grab an espresso with the literati and modern-day beatniks who hang out at Bellavista café Off the Record.

How to Get There

The Singular Santiago
Merced 294
Santiago, 8320128 Chile


4.5 Very Good 899 Reviews
Family owned hotel with impeccable service, impeccable food and impeccable rooms!
Reviewed 12 hours ago

Cozy 5 star family owned hotel, with impeccable service, impeccable food and impeccable rooms! Perfect bead sheets, nice upper bar. Every thing a big chain hotel doesn't have.
If you look for personal treatment very polite and helpfull staff and wonderful bar and restaurants and very good room. Go there!

Amazing short Santiago stopover
Reviewed 2 days ago

I usually don’t leave reviews but this boutique hotel is fantastic. We arrived early from our long flight from Sydney and we able to check in to our room early with a very professional and personalised service with the staff speaking English very well. The room was very comfortable from the rain shower to the extremely comfortable king bed and best of all the room was quiet and with good blockout blinds so having a sleep in the middle of the day was possible after a long flight. The hotel is is in a great neighbourhood and the hotel staff gave us great recommendations of were to go and eat. If you stay here the rooftop bar is a must for the drinks and the night view. They even provide little blankets to keep you warm outside. The restaurant downstairs is what you would expect with impeccable service and quality for dinner. The breakfast is also great as well. The little personal touches made by this hotel and it’s staff make you want to come back. This place was recommended by a friend and we will be recommending this as well.

Reviewed 1 week ago

After one month travelling, checking into 15 different places of accommodation, The Singular easily stands out as the best. The finest. The friendliest. Not necessarily the most expensive. Had five beautiful nights there. Starting from the location ... parks, shops, transport so close but somehow felt quiet and protected. Then the initial greeting, such a warm and authentic experience. And every time you left from and returned to Hotel it was the same! The room was delightful. Spacious, tasteful, comfortable. The spa and steam rooms a delight. Breakfast included was wonderful but again it was the staff who made the morning upbeat. Room service fantastic. Prompt efficient friendly. The concierge always there to help, inquire, assist. The manager Karina simply superb. Quietly observes, directs and gets involved as needed. If only one criticism the roof top bar. Seems expensive and the wine glass size served seemed tight. But there are other nearby local options if you wish. Absolute pleasure to stay at the Singular no hesitation to return - and strongly recommend.

Nice hotel, shame about security
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We stayed at the lovely hotel in Santiago. There was problem with the shower in our room which the mechanic could not fix and so they gave us a much better room. Their restaurant was top class with excellent staff and good food. What spoiled our stay was the theft of my wife’s expensive ratings from our suitcase. That was a real shame. My wife reported this to house keeping straightaway but they said they had not found them.

Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The Singular Santiago Lastarria Hotel is a wonderful hotel with fantastic staff. I've stayed here three times now, each time for 5-6 days. T most recent stay was with my wife and 3-year-old daughter. The rooms are spacious and tastefully decorated, with very comfortable beds and wonderful, clean and spacious bathrooms. What sets The Singular apart, however, is the excellent experience the staff creates for the guests. Everyone in the hotel was professional, friendly and helpful, with great attention to detail. While we were away, for example, the staff set up a kid's table in our room, complete with crayons and colouring pages. Our daughter, in particular, was treated incredibly warmly by everyone. It's hard to imagine a more delightful experience.
Many thanks to the wonderful staff at The Singular for making our stay in Santiago so pleasurable.