Chile Airbnb: Staying in Downtown Santiago Chile

 

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There is no shortage of places to stay when you choose downtown Santiago as your getaway. Airbnb is currently hosting more than 300 listings in this area. Here are a few different options to choose from along with what you can look forward to in the heart of Chile’s capital.

If you’re looking for a pad in a specific neighborhood of Santiago check out our blog on the best neighborhoods to stay in Santiago for a briefing of what each has to offer. If you aren’t too concerned with the specifics or you love it all, here are the best deals with the added value of being downtown. I believe downtown Santiago offers a little taste of each barrio.

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Downtown Santiago is prime real estate for travelers and locals. Much of what is offered tends to be smaller in size because of the added value of location. This well-equipped 1 bedroom location near the subway is perfect for the solo traveler. This apartment also seems to also have a host who can be reached for accommodations to your living space- bonus! Here is another, more than reasonably priced, apartment for the lone traveler.This location received great reviews- being located next to main street puts it in high demand, so act fast.

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Airbnb in Chile: 25 Things to Pack for Your Trip

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Planning your trip to Chile is an exciting time to anticipate sightseeing in Santiago, a desert tour in Atacama, or simply basking in the heat with a local delicacy. The last thing to be concerned about while enjoying Chile is whether you’ve packed enough clothes, toiletries, or travel gadgets. To make sure your focus is on fun-here is a list of 25 things to pack for your trip to Chile.

1.Clothes –seems obvious enough. Check the weather for the entire duration of your stay. Anticipate HEAT, even winter in Chile is mild. Bring a mix of fast drying apparel you don’t mind getting dirty along with a formal outfit or two. Depending on how adventurous your trip may be, plan three pairs of shoes:hiking, night out, and local exploration shoes (basic sneaker or flats). Keep it comfy and don’t forget SOCKS.

2. Sunglasses, it will be bright. While you can find them being sold for cheap in the streets of Chile, if you have a sturdy brand you trust, that may be your best bet.

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