Alto Las Condes, Santiago

(4.2/5 based on 360+ reviews on the web)
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 to meet him, imposing buildings, ideal for shopping. There is that you care with yellow and black taxis are not enabled, you must take a remis. The trip from Benitez airport up to there goes approximately 23,000 Chileans, they would not charge 40000
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  • I'm from Viña and some times a year I like to go shopping to Santiago where there is more variety of things. Usually went to the Park Arauco but lately always was full which is a discomfort when going with a little of 2 years. It is a mall that has all the necessary shops and boom on the waterfront (H & M, Forever 21) that are here have larger stores and less public. Other interesting: Zara Home, Bath & Body Works, MNG, bookstores, supermarket, Starbucks, Pretzels, etc. Always there is parking available (If bags a card is more economical). There is availability of baths with ease of changing table for dad and MOM. For the Christmas season they decorate it in a beautiful way and make children's shows. To eat, it has classic option food court either a terrace with more culinary offerings. Personally I like the burgers of the local Johnny Rockettes.
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  • The high the condes complies with the requirements which should be a shopping mall for me: not very large or very small, good distribution and good gastronomic offer. The shops are varied and you can find the best brands. The parking is paid. On the top floor is the patio of meals, and to the side, on the terrace, the restaurants are with better menu. The only thing to improve is the wifi, is slow and does not cover all the shopping.
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  • One of the biggest mall's in Santiago, a ver good one at that. Would reccomend a visit. Has some nice restaurants and even a cinema!
  • Has one of the best super marquee of the las condes: jumbo! Diversity and nice places to eat! Plus nice cinema areas!
  • A world class mall, great shops, paid parking, easily accessible off the highway Kennedy and local streets.
  • Is organized, big hallways, have a lot of parking place...and all the stores open until 10 mon-fry.. With exemption of the apartment stores (9pm) good selection of restaurants at the terrace... But, in a tight area... Good access using Kennedy Avenue... Otherwise a mess...
  • This shopping center has almost the same stores as Parque Arauco, yet dining options are not as good. More fast food and less quality restaurants (you can only find a few).