Grand Santiago Tower, Santiago

(4.3/5 based on 200+ reviews on the web)
Sparkling in the skyline and towering above the city, Grand Santiago Tower lays claim to the title of Latin America's tallest skyscraper at 300 m (984 ft) in height. Architect César Pelli designed the 64-story glass masterpiece, which was unveiled in 2013. The first six floors are taken up by a mall, including a food court and one floor dedicated to a movie theatre. The remaining floors contain offices, with an observation platform available to the public on the 61st and 62nd floors offering panoramic views of the city. Work out when and for how long to visit Grand Santiago Tower and other Santiago attractions using our handy Santiago trip builder.
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  • Took the number 1 line Metro to Tobalaba station and then a five minute walk. Costs 10,000 Chilean pesos, about $15, to go to the top; 984 feet up. Fabulous views of all of Santiago and the Andes as w...  more »
  • Need to pay to get on top, something around $25. You will be able to see the city 360°. As Santiago is very polluted, choose a day without too much fog or after a rain (almost impossible!) The Promenade is a mall so if you're shopping enjoy visiting!
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  • The Grand Santiago Tower is a must see when visiting Santiago! Once we arrived in Santiago, the "Costanera Centre" or "Gran Torre Santiago" is the first thing we saw. It towers over the rest of the ci...  more »
  • Loved staying here. It is well kept, clean and has three great restaurants. There is a great Mall with outdoor dining and all the high-end stores you could ever need while in Chile. Disfruten!
  • Nice place overall, but we were there during renovation. We got a renovated room - it was very nice. But the renovation was ongoing and thus there was also some noise during the daytime.
  • And overrated five star hotel. During our stay they decide to polish all the marble next to the pool. A terrible place. When we arrived nobody helped opening the doors despite being loaded with suitcases. Terrible service and the worst pisco sour you can imagine.
  • service is great, food at the Tai restaurant was the best only bad thing was there was no clock in the room and the shower was lame, might have been just my room otherwise it would be five stars. my second stay in this hotel is better than before, the shower is much works fine, the view of Santiago is nice, the hotel has a very good location
  • Great hotel! Beautiful pool and common areas. Good service and good restaurants.