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The Singular hotel in Santiago is set to provide a trendy stay for Chile’s visitors. The hotel is located in the city’s centre of arts and all things cultural. Its architecture combines the style of 20th century buildings with neoclassical French architectural influences.
The hotel features 62 rooms, all modern in design with classic comfort, rich wood, supple leather and soft lightning for a warm and welcoming environment. The Patio and Classic rooms offers great views over the Plaza Mulato Gil and the Lastarria neighbourhood. The spacious Deluxe Balcony rooms includes a living room area and a balcony to enjoy beautiful views of the Parque Forestal. The Deluxe room overlooks the central patio and the exclusive suite expands over 816 square feet, including a separate living room area and double vanity bathrooms.
The Most Singular Restaurant is an elegant ground floor eatery with a classy ambiance, decorated with vintage chandeliers, upholstered furniture and unique checkerboard flooring. The menu promises to offer innovative and creative cuisine inspired by the best French bistros. Dishes made of fresh local ingredients will reflect the rich tradition of the region and local specialties, such as Chanaral, Penca and Guanaco can be enjoyed. The rooftop Sky Bar on the 9th floor of the hotel, we vote, is a hot spot for refreshing cocktails and amazing vistas of the neighbourhood.
Those looking to Unwind and relax, will be able to seek sanction in the hotel's Spa. There are four treatment rooms, saunas, Jacuzzis and steam rooms. Guests can enjoy one of the many relaxing and rejuvenating treatments, including professional massages. Plus the rooftop swimming pool is a real winner for a leisurely swim and spectacular views.
Its location in the cultural hub and creative district Lastarria is a perfect spot to experience what Santiago has to offer. Visit the nearby Chilean National Museum of Fine Arts, the Museum of Contemporary Art or the Museum of Visual Arts. Walk through the leafy Parque Forestal or hike up the Santa Lucia Hill. The local theatre, shops and cafés are just a stroll from the hotel.