Hotels in Chile

A Beaux-Arts mansion in the trendy Bellavista district.

Recommended by Manny Beauregard, one of T+L's 2010 A-List travel agents.

Though the hotel—ideally located just paces from the subway in tony Las Condes—attracts a primarily business-travel crowd (as does Santiago), the amenities are outstanding for any discerning traveler: indoor pools and a spa are housed in a vaulted glass rooftop, and the sleek 100 Grand bar (which

Check into the affordable 38-room property set high on a bluff above the Pacific.

The massive preserve covers 8,000 acres of forest and has six pristine miles of oceanfront. Guides lead guests to see the old-growth forests, giant 4,000-year-old Andean alerce trees, and wildlife like the Humboldt and Magellanic penguins.

The hotel consists of just four 1,000-square-foot casitas with exposed beams and Cambodian silk curtains.

A clean-lined contemporary look—Philippe Starck lightfixtures, suede-soft curtains, Bang and Olufsen technology—predominate in this modern 24-story tower, located in the quiet residential district Las Condes.

Set in the eastern corner of Chile’s glacier-topped Lake District, Pucón was barely a blip on the travelers’ map when the Hotel Antumalal set the standard in 1950.

Trained to seek out soaring skyscraper hotels in boomtown Santiago, we almost missed this 31-room charmer in the leafy Providencia neighborhood.

Patagonia's contemporary wood-and-stone Hacienda Tres Lagos ("three lakes") sits on the shore of Black Lake and is a stone's throw from Lake Bertrand and the vast Lake General Carrera.

Explora’s LEED-certified lodge, which opened in 2007, offers accomodations worthy of its legendary (and legendarily remote) setting 3,700 miles off Chile's coast.