Alto Las Condes, Santiago

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Take time to shop and have fun at Alto Las Condes. This multi-storied mall blends foreign and local brands together, including basic international brands as well as local names like Paris and Falabella. A food court on the ground level offers a variety of options, though most are fast food. If you are looking for more high-end dining, head to the roof for sit-down dining options. You'll find a movie theater attached to the mall too. Plan your Alto Las Condes visit and explore what else you can see and do in Santiago using our Santiago tour planner.
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TripAdvisor
  • It is not the largest mall in Santiago. But you can find everything. Also it is not crowded on week days. If you can, avoid the weekends. The most important departments stores you can find there, also...  more »
  • I always like Alto Las Condes Shopping Center : it's well located, shops variety, modern with nice natural light all around. The Food court (internal) is not my favourite, crowded and a bit noisy. The...  more »
  • Great shopping mall, you can find almost everything that you are looking for in one place. Very nice food court and restaurants with indoor and outdoor seating.  more »
Google
  • Big shopping mall in the upscale district. Not easily accessible with taxi and uber. Has good selections of restaurants on the top floor with excellent mountain views.
  • It has lots of fun stores. It gets a bit packed sometimes, but there's great restaurants and coffee shops.
  • That is my favorite mall in Santiago - cheaper than Costanera, much less people and more variety of stuff
  • High-end mall. Good alternative to Parque Arauco.
  • Very classic mall, big enough and located in a modern neighborhood. Has several stores, it's never too crowded and surroundings are very nice as well.