Grand Santiago Tower, Santiago

(4.1/5 based on 180+ 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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  • It's worth visiting. Is an excellent Lookout, which allows the best views of Santiago. At least in my visit, all the time there were explanations in Portuguese and English on the places and a little history. Not to mention the mall that sits at the base of the tower.
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  • Is the modern brand of Santiago. The tallest building in the State, with Latin America. high-speed elevators that don't lets on that they are moving. The 2 top floors offer the best and complete view of Santiago. The visit is paid and can be guided by friendly guides. Not to be missed.
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  • A wonderful place, a pride is for Chileans to have such building, arriving at the upper floor one feels like in a plane. views are unbeatable Santiago, the courtesy of the staff makes it a unique experience and I personally tried cocktail think there is as the most exclusive possible in Santiago, unfortunately there is a grant of a good restaurant in the whole space.
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