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Room Types

76 Rooms including 31 Superior King Room, 42 Double Queen Room, 2 Junior Suite, 1 Grand Deluxe Presidential Apartment.


Outdoor Pool. Access to Gym nearby. Onsite restaurant & bar open from 12.00pm - 23pm ( Reservation for dinner suggested).


Non-smoking rooms. Pet- friendly. Free parking available. Bikes for rental.

Hotel Bidasoa, Vitacura, Santiago, Chile, South America | Between Beds

Location & Closest Airport

Vitacura District, Santiago, Chile, South America

25min drive from SCL (Arturo Merino Benítez International Airport).

Hotel Bidasoa, Vitacura, Santiago, Chile, South America | Between Beds


Rooms start at $169 USD/ Night excluding Taxes & Fees inclusive of daily breakfast for two, wifi, free parking, sunner pool.

Check in: 2:00 pm (flexible, subject to availability). Check out: 12:00 pm (flexible, subject to availability).

Hotel Bidasoa, Vitacura, Santiago, Chile, South America | Between Beds

Highlights & Attractions at Hotel Bidasoa

Castillo Hidalgo Gate on Cerro Santa Lucia in Santiago: Walk through the windy side streets of Santiago dotted with Art Deco and Neo-Gothic architecture. Cerro Santa Lucia is a little sanctuary in the middle of the city with cobbled stone paths weaving around beautiful gardens and ornate fountains. Towards the summit you will find the Hidalgo Castle built by the last Spanish governor of Santiago, the color, as well as the design, reflect the typical European spirit. Once you reach the top you will be able to enjoy mesmerizing sunset views over the city. Santiago Metropolitan Cathedral: The cathedral was built between 1748 and 1780, and extensively renovated in the late 19th century. Located right in the hustle and bustle of Plaza de Armas, Santiago’s Metropolitan Cathedral is free to enter and the cities most popular historic sight. San Cristóbal Hill: Cerro San Cristóbal is a hill located in the capital of Chile. The peak is the second highest point in the city and the perfect place to see the Andes Mountains and the Cordiller de La Costa that surround Santiago.  From the top you can enjoy panoramic views. The hike takes an average of 45 minutes up and about 30 minutes back down.Another worth mentioning place is the Santiago Vista Restaurant offering an impeccable service in an elegant atmosphere serving the finest of Chilean cuisine. The restaurant sits atop San Cristóbal with tranquil views over the city of Santiago. Plaza de Armas: The square is located in the historic heart of Santiago. Here you will find a great population of artists, street performers, the cities most prominent architectural landmarks, museums and art galleries. Established by Pedro de Valdivia shortly after he founded the city in 1541, this leafy square has been the city’s pulsating epicenter for nearly five centuries. Visit the National Museum of History and enjoy a stunning bird's eye view of Plaza de Armas from the museum's clock tower. Peumayén Ancestral Food: An authentic Chilean food tasting restaurant, choose between 4 “Origins” tasting menus offering 22 individual bites from sea, land, vegetarian or mixed versions.  Enjoy a romantic and cozy atmosphere in the courtyard or indoor seating with excellent customer service. Expect each bite to be divine and surprise your taste buds. We will be recommending this place to everyone traveling to Santiago, Chile as it was easily one of our personal highlights.