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Explore the historic center of Santiago

Santiago de Chile beats with the urgency of the great capitals of the continent and no matter how long the visit, there always seems to be a lack of time for more activities. Maybe that's why the location of the Hotel Almacruz makes it the best option when exploring Santiago.

The Historical Center
Located just steps from the Municipal Theater and the colonial Church of San Francisco, our Hotel is in the heart of the historic center of Santiago. Those interested in the cultural heritage of Chile, will be fascinated touring the Cerro Santa Lucia, former Huelén, no more or less than the place where the capital was founded. A few blocks to the west (west, in the Santiago style), the government palace, La Moneda, is open to the public with all its importance and how much you have to say about the recent history of the country. But that's not all: the National Library, the Plaza de Armas, the old Congress, and a series of museums headed by the Fine Arts (MNBA), but without neglecting the Museum of Contemporary Art (MAC), the Pre-Columbian the Colonial All blocks away.

The modernity
Over the years, it has become a place synonymous with new trends. The Barrio Lastarria gives a new air to the historic center of Santiago, colorful and multicultural. The gastronomy takes a preponderant role next to the author cinema and boutique shops of young designers. The neighborhood is flanked by the Santa Lucía hill, the Gabriel Mistral Cultural Center (GAM) and the Forest Park, the green lung of the area.

The night
Referent for decades, the Barrio Bellavista awaits its visitors on the other side of the Mapocho River, with a wide range of restaurants, pubs and bars with tables on the terraces. Everyone can find the venue that best suits their mood, from dancing in a nightclub to sitting down to taste the best seafood with a good white wine. It is no coincidence that in this area of good living is La Chascona, the historic home of Pablo Neruda whose guided tours delight with the magic of its secrets.

Line 1
When visiting a city, we all want to get as close as possible to your day to day life and the reality of your people, hopefully distancing ourselves from the tourist bubble. In that sense, the Hotel Almacruz is also advantageous when considering public transport. Just two blocks from the main avenue, the hotel allows easy access to Metro Line 1, from there to move to more remote points of the great city. There are also endless minibuses that move in multiple directions according to each need.

In summary, we can say that the location of the Hotel Almacruz is simply privileged to explore Santiago.

Beyond what happens outside, the interior of the hotel also has much to offer. Find out for yourself on your next visit.