Things to do

Things to do in Santiago, Chile

Founded in the mid-16th century, Santiago is Chile’s capital, as well as being its largest city. The Lastarria district of Santiago is famous for its rich cultural history; it boasts several renowned museums, intriguing art galleries, exceptional shopping and dining, and an eclectic, bohemian atmosphere.

Guests here at the Hotel Cumbres Lastarria can take advantage of our location in the heart of this captivating neighborhood to explore all that it has to offer; we invite you to venture outside of the city as well, and to discover the natural beauty for while Chile is rightly famous.

Swimming pool

A solar-heated outdoor pool on our eight floor. 

Fitness Center

You can also take advantage of our fitness center and spa center.

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Business lounge

Our business lounge serves drinks and snacks for guests between the hours of 6am to 12am. 

Museo Bellas Artes

five-minute walk from the hotel

For over 100 years, this museum has been regarded as one of the nation’s most significant centers of artistic and cultural history. Its collections include both Chilean and South American art; the Museo de Arte Contemporáneo is located behind it

Santa Lucia Hill

Five-minute walk from the hotel

This beautiful hill offers a quiet respite in the middle of the bustling city, and is home to a sprawling, leafy park spend the day wandering and catch a glimpse of Castle Hildalgo (as well as superb views of the city) at the hill’s summit.

Plaza de Armas

10-minute walk from the hotel

This plaza is widely considered Santiago’s most important square; it successfully captures the heart and soul of the city, with striking architecture, buzzy shops and cafes, and an adjoining network of lovely pedestrian walkways.

Palacio de La Moneda

15-minute walk from the hotel

This Neoclassical building was the original location of the county’s coin production (moneda means “coin” in Spanish), until it became the government seat and residence of the president in the mid-19th century. In 2010, an adjacent plaza, the Plaza de la Ciudadanía, was built to celebrate the 200th anniversary of Chile’s independence; it offers a passageway to the Palacio de La Moneda Cultural Center, home to a range of cultural and historical exhibitions.

Costanera Center Shopping

25-minute walk from the hotel

The Costanera Center complex features a six-floor shopping mall – the largest in South America – with everything from premium shopping to restaurants, a fitness center, and even a movie theater. It’s also the site of the Gran Torre Santiago – the largest skyscraper in all of Latin America.