The house was build in 1947 where several ambassadors lived in. In 2009 three French brothers converted the house in L'Ambassade hotel, Three years later a father and his sons owned it,
A petit hotel with excellent few rooms make us offer you a personalized high quality service in our lovely country, Chile.
Settle in a very good and calm neighborhood in the district of Providencia. Guests can find different activities to do, we are very close to a main street in Santiago, where mobilization is not a problem, We are 10 minutes away by "colectivo", taxi or public transport (buses) from a variety of restaurants, bars and cafes. Apart from attractive craft shops and parks.
We encourage you to come and live a unique experience, an oasis in the city.
Santiago is the sprawling capital city of Chile. It has a population of over 6 million people and is divided into 'comunas' which are similar to large suburbs, each with their own city council.
Since Santiago is such a big city, you will sometimes need to travel from one side of the city to the other. One way to get around is using the very efficient Metro (which is the underground / subway system). It happens to be one of the cleanest and safest I have seen in the world. The other option is to take one of the local buses. To learn how to use a bus in Santiago (which is pretty much the same as in the regions).
Many national monuments are open to the public for free on the last Sunday of May. Going downtown (where many of them are) will be well worth your while since you will get to enter places and see things that normally you would not be able to see. Make sure you go as early as possible because there are always queues of people lining up for a couple of hours to see some of the attractions.