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Parque Arauco, Santiago

Categories: Shopping Malls, Shopping
Inspirock Rating:
4.5/5 based on 2,000+ reviews on the web
Shop until you drop at Parque Arauco, a member of one of the largest shopping mall chains in the nation. Browse its wide selection of big-name brands and well-known chains, from upscale designer clothes stores to smaller shops selling specialty items. Afterwards, you can grab a bite to eat or a drink at one of the shopping center's numerous outdoor dining spots and cafes. Ask at the English-speaking tourist desk about special discounts available to visitors. Use our Santiago vacation trip planner to add Parque Arauco and other attractions to your Santiago vacation plans.
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  • I love it because you can find everyone, both shops and great places for lunch, this front the super and tottus. Beware taxis because there are mafias that have adulterated the meter and use uber or taxis del.mall
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  • good option for shopping and eating some cravings, as there are many options of Chilean and international food
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  • Great shopping option. Has a variety of clothing stores and home items. Has two food courts one internal and one external, is close to the Parque Arauco Mall and a supermarket complex.
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  • Very comfortable place... Super tasty food! They cook it in front of you... Friendly staff and kind of the only place in Parque Arauco that opens until midnight... On daily basis :)
  • Having eaten in many restaurants over the years, I have seen plenty of incidences of restaurants treating their diners like idiots, but this really is a new low. In Vapiano restaurant the diner gets a plastic account card on entry, makes their way to the food preparation kiosks on their own, stands in line to order from a food preparer, gets an electronic buzzer, waits for it to be prepared, gets a ring on electronic buzzer, collects the food, then eats it. There may be some nice design, but this is Quick Service Restaurant (QSR), like MacDonalds or a salad bar. QSR is fine, there is a place for that in the market. The problem comes when you attempt to pay, and the restaurant asks the rhetorical Chilean full service question: “would you like to add service”. To which, like in any Chilean full service restaurant, they expect the answer to be yes. The difference here is that there is no service, it is self-service. Asking for a tip or service fee is an insult to the intelligence of the dining public. I am all for self-service, but not for self-service and then paying a service charge for the privilege. I tried to make this claim with the restaurant, but they could not care less, hence this review. If more people complained, this kind of outrageous customer denigration could not happen. There are at least three other restaurants serving Pizza within 50m, try one of them if you respect your integrity.
  • In the high sector of Santiago, Parque Arauco is a big mall, more or less expensive but a beautiful place. There's big stores, movie rooms, central park with expensive cars show.
  • Nice food for a international chain
  • Good food but a little bit expensive
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