Stayed at two hotels so that we could experience two different neighborhoods: Barrio Lastarria & Barrio Bellavista!
A beautiful hotel with a classic setting in a great location. Enjoyed the nice rooftop bar which is the perfect place to rewind with a glass of wine at the end of a long day.
Don’t miss the guard changing ceremony at 11am every other day (it takes place only on even or odd days depends on the month ... check before you go).
Good food, great drinks and a really fun vibe at this restaurant!
This is a landmark building "Red Castle" in the heart of Bellavista. Formerly a private home, it was redeveloped into a boutique design hotel that combines the modern comfort with a lot of the original 1920s design elements.
Bellavista is known for its street art and I was not disappointed!
As the former house of Chilean poet Pablo Neruda, La Chascona reflects Neruda's quirky style and his secret love affair with Matilde Urrutia.
This is one of the 2019 world’s 50 best restaurants. Each item on the tasting menu had a beautiful flower-themed presentation. It was actually difficult to eat the dishes because it felt like I was destroying a piece of art 🤪. Some of the dishes were a bit more for show than taste but overall a very unique dining experience.