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Lonely Planet review
There's a vintage twist to the grand old rooms at the Hotel Vegas: think a collision of the ages with wood paneling, beige bathrooms and lime green accents, all within the confines of a colonial-inspired building. The rooms are clean and large – some even sport sitting areas – though the beds can be spongy and bowed.
Our independent authors have visited Hotel Vegas and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Santiago.
Description provided by property
Just a 3-minute walk from Universidad de Chile Subway Station, Hotel Vegas offers accommodations with free WiFi access in a stylish building in central Santiago.
Bright and spacious, rooms at Vegas Hotel feature carpeted floors and fine wooden furnishing. Seating areas are fitted with upholstered armchairs, and coffee tables. All of them have heating, cable TV and ceiling fans.
A buffet breakfast with cheese, bacon, pastries, cereals, milk and hot beverages is served daily. Drinks and hot beverages can be enjoyed at the coffee bar, while cocktails are available in the onsite bar.
Luggage storage service is provided, and the 24-hour front desk can secure airport shuttles for an extra fee. Hotel Vegas is 18 km from Arturo Merino Benitez Airport.
Based on local tax laws, Chilean citizens (and foreigners staying more than 59 days in Chile) must pay an additional fee of 19%.
Please note that for tax exemption foreign travellers must pay in US dollars and have to present the migration card they are given when they arrive to the country.
Foreign business travellers, who require a printed invoice, will also be charged the additional 19% regardless of the length of their stay in Chile.
This fee is not automatically calculated in the total costs for the reservation.
Services & facilities
- Family rooms
- Non-smoking throughout
- Tour desk
- 24-hour front desk
- Car hire
- Shuttle service (surcharge)
Bureau de Change/ATM
- Currency exchange
- Free WiFi
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