The Ibis Santiago Providencia Hotel is located a few steps from the central bus station, and one of the first buildings you'll see once your arrive in Santiago. We had just arrived and given Santiago's reputation for being unsafe at night, we went ahead and got a room here (cost: 35,000 pesos, or about 50.00 euro). The rooms are nice and quiet and they TV has about a million channels. Breakfast is charged separately (3,000 pesos), but overall it was a pleasant stay.
This hotel gives the impression of being too big for its ambitions. The poorly-lit rooms overlook a parking lot, and it costs 42 dollars (31 euros) for a single, up to 65 dollars (48 euros) for a room for four. Very shoddy decor.
The Hotel Orly is highly recommended by all travel sites, and for good reason - it offers optimum value for money. For starters, it's in the Providencia neighbourhood, the perfect place for tourists, with plenty of options in terms of shopping, bars and restaurants. It's close to the centre and various attractions, as well as the metro network. Another advantage of the Orly is its charm: the hotel has a cozy feel, with a glazed winter garden in the breakfast area, and free coffee throughout the day. The queen rooms are super comfortable, with excellent beds; some of them also have balconies offering beautiful views. The bathrooms are very spacious, equipped with heating - very important for anyone travelling in the winter. The hotel offers free wifi and two computers available to the guests. There's a cafe on the ground floor, as well as room service. The price of all this is between $ 120 (single), and $ 165 (junior suite).