Fabio Sola Penna
Head up to our rooftop Cofa Bar and enjoy sunset with a glass of pisco – a grape brandy distinct to Chile.
Our chic, modern Santiago hotel in the trendy Vitacura district is the perfect place from which to explore the delights of one of South America’s must-see destinations. You can start your adventure with a glass of pisco — the local specialty — at our rooftop Cofa Bar while watching the incredible Santiago sunset. With the help of resident Navigator David, venture out and discover why this city is fast becoming a destination every traveler wants to visit. Our hotel offers the high-tech amenities you’d expect from Renaissance as well as 12,000 square feet of event space and fantastic restaurants where you can sample the unique flavors of authentic Chilean cuisine.
- Plush Bedding
- Personal Navigator
- JOYA NYC Fragrance
- RLife Magazine
- 24-hour room service
- House keeping Service
- Newspaper In-Room
- Gift and Newsstand
- Valet Dry-Cleaning
- Book Store
Milaires Boutique del Libro
Peruse their beautifully arranged racks for art books on everything from visual design and comics, to graffiti and fashion design.
Milaires Boutique del Libro is an independent bookstore in the neighborhood of Vitacura, specializing in publications of visual art and design. It offers an eclectic selection on anything from architecture and photography to graphic and industrial design. Professional artists are sure to find everything from basic texts to hard-to-find editions There is also an area dedicated to kids, with a fine selection of children's literature.
Address:Alonso de Cordova 2843, Santiago, 13132
phone:+56 2 2953 5193
Come enjoy a collection of contemporary art from artists all over Latin America.
Museo Ralli is a non-profit museum, with a focus on 20th Century works from artists throughout the Americas. Their exhibits display both works by up and coming artists and established standards, like Salvador Dali. Though they focus on contemporary art, they also have a hall of classical art, which features pieces from the Renaissance and the 15th to 18th Century. This is a great place to enjoy a leisurely afternoon exploring the art world.
Address:4110 Calle Alonso de Sotomayor, Santiago, 7630202
phone:+56 2 206 4224
Enjoy Mediterranean dishes in a romantic atmosphere at Da Carla. Savor delicious pasta and meat dishes on the outdoor patio.
Low lighting and a small dining room create an intimate atmosphere at Da Carla. Specializing in Mediterranean dishes and offering a great wine list, this restaurant has made a name for itself. Start your meal with the fresh mozzarella on tomatoes, then move on to the lamb stew or fish with risotto. For dessert, you may find yourself with a few creative and delicious-sounding options, like the flan or chestnut mousse. Enjoy the friendly atmosphere of the dining room or eat on the patio facing the street for some great people watching.
Address:Nueva Costanera, 3673, Santiago
phone:+56 2 2206 0892
Opening hours today:
Museo de la Moda
This museum houses an interesting collection of clothing. See pieces worn by Marilyn Monroe and other icons.
Opened in 2007, Museo de la Moda works to showcase the history and significance of fashion. Here, you'll find a variety of items from different eras. They even have a collection of garments worn by famous fashionistas, like Madonna, Marilyn Monroe, and Elizabeth Taylor. The museum also features fascinating temporary exhibits, so check the website to see what's on display today.
Address:4562 Vitacura, Santiago
phone:+56 2 2219 3623
Opening hours today:
Factoría & Co
Eat in or take out? At La Factoria and Co. you can choose to take your food to go or settle in at the restaurant to enjoy a fresh meal.
La Factoria & Co is a friendly neighborhood shop and restaurant in Vitacura that allows diners to choose whether they would like to eat in the restaurant of take it home for later. All of the food in the shop is vacuum-sealed to ensure freshness whenever you decide to eat it and the restaurant serves up fresh cuisine if you would prefer to eat on site.
Address:Vitacura 3708, Santiago
phone:+56 2 2933 5623
Come taste the true flavors of Chile, with traditional cooking techniques and seasonal ingredients sourced from all over the country.
Borago is dedicated to creating a menu using only the true flavors of Chile. The ingredients are all seasonal, and they are sourced from everywhere in Chile from Patagonia to the tops of the Andes. This means fresh meat and seafood as well as foraged herbs and berries. Plus, they're cooking all of this up using traditional techniques, including cooking with hot rocks and smoking with native Chilean wood. Even the presentation is inspired by this natural sourcing, and one can expect to receive their food tucked inside a bonsai tree or stacked on twigs and flowers. This is considered to be one of the best restaurants in the county, so make sure to stop by when you are in Santiago.
Address:Avenida Nueva Costanera 3467, Santiago, 7630546
phone:+56 2 953 8893
This man-made rainforest is in the heart of Santiago. See tropical plants and animals as you wander through Selva Viva.
At Selva Viva, you can see 93 species of exotic animals and 100 plant species. Modeled to recreate the feel of the rainforest, Selva Viva is heated and creates a humid environment for these plants and animals to thrive in. See tropical birds in every color, as well as amphibians, reptiles, and a multitude of butterflies. The indoor waterfall adds to the illusion with the sound of rushing water. Learn about these delicate ecosystems and take a break from the hectic pace of city life when you visit this man-made tropical sanctuary.
Address:5555 Avenida Presidente Riesco, Santiago
phone:+56 2 2944 6300
Savor a hearty brunch on the lovely terrace at this gourmet delicatessen, or take home specialty foods and spirits from their storefront.
Coquinaria is a gourmet delicatessen on Alonso de Córdova. Nestled in a contemporary building, it features set menus of international cuisine as well as a fine selection of beverages. Enjoy a hearty English breakfast, Eggs Benedict, pasta, risotto, soups and more at their cafe. Their store offers artisanal cheeses, French pastries, preserves, sauces and spirits. Dining is great for groups and they also organize cooking workshops for those who share this passion.
Address:Alonso de Córdova 2383-2523, Santiago
phone:+56 2 2206 5018
Nourish yourself at Restaurant Quinoa, where vegetarian dishes are lovingly prepared fresh each and every day.
Restaurant Quinoa is a family owned eatery specializing in healthy, vegetarian dining. For breakfast, stop by and enjoy freshly baked pastries and all-natural juices. Lunchtime brings a host of savory options to choose from, including hearty salads with brown rice and avocado, sandwiches, soups, and entrees that feature their namesake ingredient: quinoa. For a fresh, healthy, and delicious meal, Restaurant Quinoa is a must-try.
Address:Luis Pasteur 5393, Santiago
phone:+56 2 2954 0283
Opening hours today:
El Mundo del Queso
For those who love cheese, this shop is the place to go. No matter your preference, you'll find a cheese you can't live without!
With a selection of dozens upon dozens of cheeses lining its shelves, El Mundo del Queso lives up to its name with products sourced both locally and internationally. From the conventional to the name brand and even designer, the wares at El Mundo del Queso could take hours to fully take in. Whether you're on the hunt for imported feta, top-notch Dutch varieties or some local specialties, this humble fromagerie has it all. Don't miss out on some of the premium dried meats that create a perfect complement to any of the quesos on site.
Address:036 Calle Nueva de Lyon, Santiago
phone:+56 2 2231 9139
Celebrity chef Christopher Carpentier's chic restaurant serves up an eclectic menu of tapas, sandwiches and entrées like atún with kimchi.
Located in the fashionable Vitacura neighborhood, this lively restaurant effortlessly transforms from a day to night venue. Their contemporary décor draws influences from world cultures, much like the food served here. Their covered outdoor patio features cozy banquettes adorned with bright cushions and hanging lamps, ideal for a casual lunch or after-dinner drinks. Savor epicurean delights like duck confit with smoked carrot purée, beef jus and grilled asparagus; and eggplant ravioli with burro fuso. Their selection of fresh fruit mixes are great to beat the heat; try the Volcano cocktail (pisco, lime, passion fruit and berries). They also have a well-curated selection of the national favorite - pisco; choose from over 15 kinds like Waqar and Monte Fralle for a refreshing summer drink.
Address:4263 Alonso de Córdova, Santiago
phone:+56 2 5468 3531
Sarita Colonia Restaurant
Traditional Peruvian food with a modern twist.
Sarita Colonia is a Peruvian miracle worker that although unrecognized by religion has a strong and faithful following. She is the Saint Patron of the destitute, immigrants, those who live as outlaws, and the excluded ones. This restaurant takes several of these attributes and incorporates them in both their bar and kitchen, as well as in their picturesque interior décor.
Address:40 - 46 Loreto Street, Recoleta, Santiago
phone:+56 22 881 3937 / +56 9 8341 5572