Grand Santiago Tower, Santiago

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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. For travelers who use our online itinerary creator, Santiago holidays become easier to arrange, with trips to the Grand Santiago Tower and other attractions mapped out and timetabled.
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  • Despite the price worth it is pretty much the view is stunning. Who goes to Santiago have to meet and will surely see that worth.
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  • Latin America's largest, worth a visit especially in the late afternoon when the weather is open. Very beautiful view. $10 k per adult, exception is fourth when it costs $7, 5 k. If you plan to return to uber, attention because the cars don't stop in front of the Mall in any way. Are very concerned with the taxi drivers, will not in their concentration.
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  • Anywhere in Santiago, this monument to the lack of planning, very beautiful building by their shapes can be but tesulta incredible that have not been able to solve its integrates uon to the its environment and put into operation, is a pity that so beautiful structure only serves to a shopping center, a good picture of a postcard, and can be a lot more.
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  • Beautiful hotel with beautiful views! Checked I'm for one night in the club level and was when I walked into the room was greeted by a full wall view of the city and mountains. The tool contained everything I would need for my stay and more, including numerous bottles of water. Breakfast in the lounge included hot and cold choices including bacon, eggs, potatoes, pastry, breads, assorted juices, and any coffee or tea drink you would like. Excellent hotel and service, would stay again.
  • Nice Hotel. It used to be a Hyatt regency, now is called Hotel Santiago but will be a Mandarin Oriental after renovation
  • Pretty nice hotel and it is sad to see that it will be leaving the Hyatt program. The newly renovated rooms are nice but I don't know if they are up to the standard of Mandarin Oriental which the hotel will be reflagged as.
  • 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.

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Santiago features numerous distinct neighborhoods filled with affordable sleeping options. For easiest access to the city's top museums and eateries, consider the hotels located in the pleasant downtown area, where you can also find many furnished apartments ideal for longer stays. For close proximity to the city's best nightlife options, consider Bellavista or Barrios Lastarria, or head to charming Providencia if you prefer something a bit more sophisticated and less raucous.
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