Located in the heart of Santiago center opposite to the Municipal Theater. Close to the Metro. Everything is near. Cinemas, shopping centers, laundries, supermarkets, banks, buses, metro etc. There is a paid parking in the same street of the building. 2 bedrooms 3 beds total with one queen size bed. Equipped kitchenette. Minimum stay is 2 nights. There is a covered paid parking right next to the building and a good gym half a block away.
RECREATION IN SANTIAGO:
There is an extensive network of bicycle trails in the city, especially in the Providencia comuna. The longest section is the Americo Vespuccio road, which contains a very wide dirt path with many trees through the center of a street used by motorists on both sides. The next longest path is along the Mapocho River along avenida Andrés Bello. Many people use folding bicycles to commute to work.
*The city's main parks are:
Cerro San Cristóbal – San Cristóbal Hill, which includes the Santiago Metropolitan Park Zoo
Parque O'Higgins – O'Higgins Park
Parque Forestal – Forestal Park, park located at the city center alongside Mapocho river
Cerro Santa Lucía – Santa Lucía Hill
Parque Araucano in Las Condes adjacent to the Parque Arauco shopping mall contains 30 hectares of gardens. It is closed for maintenance on Mondays.
Parque Inés de Suarez, Providencia.
Parque Padre Hurtado(a.k.a. Parque Intercomunal).
*There are ski resorts to the east of the city (Valle Nevado, La Parva, El Colorado) and wineries in the plains west of the city.
*Cultural venues include:
Museo de Bellas Artes – Fine Arts Museum
Barrio Bellavista, cultural and bohemian neighborhood
Central Station, railway station designed by Gustave Eiffel
Víctor Jara Stadium
Ex National Congress
Plaza de Armas, central square
Palacio de La Moneda, government palace
The main sport venues are Estadio Nacional (site of the 1962 World Cup final), Estadio Monumental David Arellano, Estadio Santa Laura, and Estadio San Carlos de Apoquindo.