Area Attractions

Santiago has a lot to offer so get ready to explore. Hyatt Centric Las Condes Santiago is strategically located for you to access any point in the city. Choose from historical neighborhoods full of culture, museums and colonial architecture. Or get to know the culinary and nightlife scene in some of Santiago´s most vibrant zones. If you are an outdoor lover, the several parks and hills immersed in the city will be the right choice for your adventure.

Hyatt Centric Las Condes Santiago

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Santiago, Guangdong, Chile, 7550163



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Las Condes & Vitacura

Pueblito Los Domínicos

Get closer to the Chilean culture by visiting Pueblito de Los Domínicos, a construction that is home to artists and artisans from the central, north and south regions of the country. This Patrimonial Zone offers a diverse selection of crafts that include antiques, jewelry, paintings, home-décor, leather-work, copper cookware and traditional food. It is the perfect spot for local souvenir shopping.

Casa Costanera

The two-year old outdoor shopping center located in affluent Vitacura is primarily a fashion mall with up to 100 stores. Shop in a cozy environment that reunites exclusive and luxurious retail stores.

Bicentenario Park

Parque Bicentenario is one of Santiago´s biggest green areas. The park has a total of 27 hectares with native species trees, a lagoon with a variety of birds, playing zones for kids and special areas for dogs. It is an ideal place for sport and outdoor lovers.

Providencia Area

Cerro San Cristóbal

Considered to be the largest urban park in Chile, it has several attractions in its 722 hectares. It’s the perfect place to go with family and friends. Some of its most important attractions are: the sanctuary and balcony of the Virgin of the Immaculate Conception; The National Zoo of Chile, where you can get dazzled with the different species of animals; the historic funicular railway and the recently inaugurated cableway. From the top of the park you can enjoy a panoramic view of Santiago and the Andes Mountain Range, also there are two swimming pools, plazas and games for children. Undoubtedly the ideal place to go to have a nice and fun day.

Barrio Lastarria – Bellas Artes Area

Cerro Santa Lucía

Located in the heart of Santiago, Cerro Santa Lucía is one of the most recognizable icons of the capital and the country. With more than 1000 species of trees, European ornamentation and colonial relics of the Chilean past, is a place you can’t miss if you’re planning to get to know Santiago.

Calle José Victorino Lastarria

Historical monuments, patrimonial architecture, some streets that still preserve its original cobblestones, the different activities and the existing gastronomic offer, allow Barrio Lastarria to still maintain its urban characteristics, as a small tribe within this great city.

Helados Emporio La Rosa

Innovative flavors and very special mixtures, such as chocolate with pepper or rose petals, have turned this store into one of the top 25 ice cream shops in the world. Their plan has always been to keep surprising, working continuously in creating new and exquisite flavors.

Isidora Goyenechea Avenue

Plaza Perú

A green area in the middle of busy El Golf neighborhood. Only a couple of blocks from the hotel, this plaza is a relaxed, family friendly place where parents take their kids to play and enjoy some sun. On Sundays, an antique fair takes live with excellent vintage elements and accessories.

Streat Burger

Full of flavor hamburgers with 100% American black angus, crispy crinckle cut fries, beers and decadent brownies in a relaxed terrace.


You can enjoy thin crusted pizzas, great portioned salads, gelato or fresh mozzarella in this local´s favorite. This neighborhood pizza restaurant is perfect for a lunch break, an after-office reunion or for a weekend laid-back meal.

Barrio Bellavista Area

Museo La Chascona Pablo Neruda

Pablo Neruda started building in 1953 a house in Santiago, for Matilde Urrutia, his secret lover of that moment. In her honor, he named the house “La Chascona”, a nickname he gave her because of her plentiful red hair.

Patio Bellavista

If you’re looking for a place with an all-in-one punch, you can visit Patio Bellavista, where there are more than 80 stores. If you still have some energy left at nighttime, there are lot of options and styles of clubs to go dancing.

Azotea Matilde

It’s said to be the terrace-roof of the moment. Every day there’s a queue of persons waiting to get in. It has a privileged view of Santiago: to the north, the slope of Cerro San Cristobal and the house “La Chascona”, where Pablo Neruda lived with his last lover, Matilde Urrutia.