The Singular Santiago’s neoclassical architecture gives an air of effortless elegance and historic charm. Guests can count on a perfect blend of comfort and style. A mixture of suites and room types are available, all of which boast plenty of natural light and marble finishes. The decor is elegant and restful in its calm colour palette, and the tasteful furniture is a mixture of antique and well-upholstered replica pieces.
The rooftop bar is something very special, with fantastic views over Santiago’s San Cristobal Hills. Witness the bright lights of the city skyline by night, as you sample one (or more!) of the bar’s 115 liquors. This spot is considered to be one of the best terraces in Santiago.
The menu at the Singular Santiago’s brilliant restaurant was carefully created by head chef Laurent Pasqualetto. He follows techniques from his native France to combine European cuisine with local Chilean ingredients and tradition.
When it comes to unwinding, you can escape from the city as you relax at the hotel’s spa or work out your stress in the state-of-the-art gym.