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Cumbres Lastarria

Santiago, Chile


Lastarria neighborhood


A Boutique Hotel in Santiago, Chile
No hotel better exemplifies both the refined grace and exciting modernity of Santiago, Chile than the brand-new Hotel Cumbres Lastarria. Tucked within the city’s fascinating Lastarria district – legendary for its bohemian vibe and superlative cultural attractions – our boutique hotel greets travelers with comfort, style, and incredible service – ensuring a thrilling experience for both business and leisure guests.

With only 70 gorgeously designed rooms and suites, our hotel is intimate enough to deliver attentive personalized service, without ever intruding on our guests’ tranquility. Take advantage of thoughtful amenities including a fully-equipped fitness center and a seasonal outdoor pool during your visit, or indulge in a delectable free breakfast buffet at our eighth-floor restaurant, Punto Ocho, and gaze out at the Santiago skyline. Punto Ocho is also open for lunch and dinner, as is our chic Barde Tapas lobby lounge, which serves delicious small plates and a creative wine list.

Those hosting or attending meetings here in Santiago will be delighted with our flexible on-site meeting space and close proximity to the Universidad Catolica, Universidad de Chile, the government seat and Codelco. And with some of the city’s most famous attractions practically at our hotel doorstep, you’ll find no shortage of things to see, do, and enjoy during your visit.


70 Modern Rooms and Junior Suites
We have 68 rooms in standard and superior designed in a modern style and two elegant Junior Suites.

The accommodations at Hotel Cumbres Lastarria offer the following amenities:

  • Wireless Internet access
  • Flat-screen TV with Cable channels
  • Pillow top mattresses and plush linens
  • In-room safe In-room coffee maker
  • Work desk and chair
  • In-room voicemail and free local calls
  • Telephone/alarm clock with bluetooth and charger for multiple devices
  • Air conditioning
  • Mini-bar with six complimentary bottles of water per stay
  • Windows that open
  • Blackout blinds
Standard Double
Standard Twin
Superior Double
Superior Twin
Jr Suite
Jr Suite
Jr Suite


  • Swimming pool - A solar-heated outdoor pool on our eight floor

  • Fitness Center

  • Spa Center

  • Business Lounge


Museo Bellas Artes - 5 minute walk
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 - 5 minute walk
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
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
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
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.