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Pet Friendly Hotels in Santiago

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Traveling With Your Pet to Santiago

Searching for a pet-friendly hotel in the culturally rich city of Santiago? We've got you covered. We can help you find a cozy space for you and Fluffy to call home while you enjoy all the city has to offer. Bring your pets along on some of your Santiago outings, or pop out to enjoy the shopping and restaurants while they sleep. Some of our travelers to Santiago like to visit Plaza Brasil. However you and your pets like to travel, our range of pet-friendly hotels in Santiago can help you find a good place to stay.

What Are Some of the Best Hotels in Santiago?

Top hotel picks in and around Santiago:

Pullman Santiago Vitacura

3.5-star hotel with bar, near Costanera Center
  • Free parking • Free pool cabanas • Free WiFi • Restaurant • Central location

ICON Hotel

4-star hotel with outdoor pool, near Apumanque
  • Free WiFi • Restaurant • Spa • Steam room • Central location

Hotel Cumbres Lastarria

4-star hotel in Downtown Santiago with outdoor pool, bar
  • Free breakfast • Free parking • Free WiFi • Restaurant • Walkable location

Hotel Diego De Almagro Aeropuerto

3-star hotel with outdoor pool, bar
  • Free parking • Free WiFi • Free airport shuttle • Restaurant • Central location

Mandarin Oriental, Santiago

5-star ski hotel with ski shuttle, near Parque Arauco Mall
  • Free parking • 2 restaurants • Outdoor pool • Bar • Central location

What Are the Best Things to See and Do in Santiago?

Check out these things to see and do in Santiago:

  • Plaza Brasil
  • Santa Lucia Hill
  • O'Higgins Park

  • Sights & Landmarks
  • Fantasilandia
  • Museum of Memory and Human Rights
  • National Museum of Natural History

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