The Singular Santiago
What it is
A sleek, new retreat in a storied district, with a locally beloved restaurant, romantic spa and a sceney rooftop bar with a buzzing brunch.
What it isn't
A big corporate chain. The Singular is family-owned, and staffers are even warmer and more welcoming than you’ll find elsewhere.
What we think
Singular was the perfect name for this brand of hotels—because it is indeed, as the definition says, “exceptionally good or great; remarkable.” Take the guest rooms: cinematic hideaways of soaring luxury in a palette of serene neutrals, from the marble bathrooms to the French antique-inspired settees. The suites are extra roomy at 861 square feet, and have king sized beds swaddled in high-thread-count sheets that are practically tailor-made for cozy nights dressed in your Singular robe and slippers.
You're here because
The locavore restaurant brings every corner of Chile to your tastebuds, from the guanaco (a llama-like game from Patagonia) to the oysters direct from Chiloe Island.
Sitting on the rooftop terrace as the sun rises over the age-old clay roofs around you, you can’ think of a better spot for breakfast. Come to think of it, you can’t think of a better breakfast, period. Your choice today: a croque monsieur, passion fruit lemonade, and an espresso topped with mocha ice cream. Hey, it’s vacay.
Restaurants & Bars
Restaurant The Singular - Preparations that follow techniques from France but implemented with local produce.
Bar Merced - Signature cocktails menu.
Rooftop Bar - Bar with 115 liquors to choose from.
The beating heart of the Lastarria neighborhood, within a quick saunter of Forestal Park (built in 1905 and dotted with sculptures) and the 1910 National Museum of Fine Arts, where the facade took its cues from Paris’s Petit Palais.