Apr 26, 2019 - Apr 27, 2019
2 guests - 1 room
Santiago, the capital of Chile, is a dynamic and cosmopolitan city with a vibrant culture. Santiago regularly hosts festivals of color, sound, and flavor. There is something for everyone in this beautiful city, whether you're into extreme outdoor adventures, exploring museums, or just taking in the views of the majestic Andes.
For most people planning a budget trip, the first order of business is finding the cheapest flights to Santiago. But what if you don't have set travel dates? No problem. Skyscanner's unique cheapest month search feature instantly shows you the best months to plan the perfect low-cost Chilean adventure.
Next, you'll want to discover which hotels in Santiago fit your budget, read reviews, learn more about the city, compare deals on rental cars, and get tips on low-cost travel excursions. Continue reading to learn how Skyscanner is your one-stop shop for budget travel planning.
Yes. In Santiago, there are hotel and resort options to fit every budget. Using Skyscanner's mobile app you can find, hotels, resorts, hostels, and even apartments. From a single page, you can view all the properties, read real reviews, ask questions, and make your reservations!
Santiago is a large city with a hotel district located near the city center. However, there are hotels and resorts located throughout the city, as well as more secluded choices on the outskirts. From the search results page, you can easily access a map to view the exact location of each property.
Currently, luxury 5-Star hotels start at just $89 per night. You can find 4-star rated accommodations for as low as $50 per night and economy rated 3-star and 2-star hotels for as little as $10 per night. Prices will vary, however, with Skyscanner you can feel confident you are getting the lowest possible price.
Yes! If large chains aren't your ideal, you're in luck. Santiago is home to several locally owned boutique hotels and resorts. Hotel Boutique Le Reve is a favorite of many tourists.
Santiago offers many attractions and interesting sites to visit that will not break your budget. Parks, shops, and museums offer many options for inexpensive excursions. Here are a few ideas for the budget traveler:
Enjoy the beautiful architecture of one of the most renowned cathedrals in all of Chile.
If you are a lover of art and culture, the Museo Ralli is a must-see. It is known to have has one of the finest collections of art in the world.
If you love cycling you will love this low-cost cycling tour. The tour offers scenic views and an opportunity to get in some exercise!
The best of Santiago is far from the chaotic city centre. The residential neighboroods of Providencia, Nunoa and of course Bella Vista is where you can slowly but inesorably let the hidden beauty of this city grown into uou.
Santiago is always surprising! been there 5 times and the city is improving their infrastructure, urban mobility, security, restaurants.... the service in general could be better but you can see that they are trying!
I really enjoyed my time in Santiago, I especially liked the food options here in the city and the people were very nice.
If you're into beautiful vistas, wander around Cerro Santa Lucía. Check out the street graffiti scene. Pick up some spice packets of merkén or merquén at Mercado Tirso de Molina. Just be really vigilant in Santiago. The back of my purse got sliced open in Santiago near an ATM. (Luckily the thieves didn't get anything.)