Camino a Farellones 15201, Santiago, 7591511, Chile
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About Casa Arrayan Hotel Boutique
check-in 2 PM | check-out 11 AM
Casa Arrayan Hotel Boutique sets the stage for a fantastic Santiago de Chile vacation with the added bonus of Catedral Metropolitana
Casa Arrayan Hotel Boutique sets the stage for a fantastic Santiago de Chile vacation with the added bonus of Catedral Metropolitana and Museo de Arte Sagrado, as well as other city attractions just a few kilometres away.
Take a dip in the outdoor swimming pool for a refreshing break. Smoking is not allowed at this hotel. Los Dominicos Metro Station is the closest station to the hotel and just a short walk away. Casa Arrayan Hotel Boutique places guests 28.6 kilometres from Arturo Merino Benitez Airport.
Casa Arrayan Hotel Boutique is a free of charge internet hotel for guests' convenience.
Facilities offered in Casa Arrayan Hotel Boutique :
Check in/out Hotel Check-in Time is 2 PM, Check-out Time is 11 AM.
Cancellation Policy Cancellation and prepayment policies vary according to room type. Please check the Fare policy associated with your room.
Extra Bed The inclusion of extra bed with a booking is facilitated with a folding cot or a mattress as an extra bed.
Payment Mode You can pay now or you can pay at the hotel if your selected room type has this option.
User rating & reviews
Read about experiences of fellow travellers who have stayed at this hotel.
EXCELLENT 16 reviews
VERY GOOD 9 reviews
AVERAGE 5 reviews
POOR 1 reviews
TERRIBLE 0 reviews
17 Apr 2017
Lovely villa, but not a hotel
Great views and beautiful patio / pool. Unfortunately, there are no hotel services such as a restaurant or bar. This rather inconvenient as the villa is halfway up the mountain and you will need to take a taxi to get something to eat. We also underestimated the time it took to get into Santiago city center.
10 Jan 2017
Wonderful retreat in Santiago
My husband and I stayed at Casa Arrayan as our entry and exit nights in Santiago, bracketing 2 weeks of backpacking in Patagonia. We flew into Santiago International Airport and hired a taxi to drive us to Casa Arrayan. The proprietors stayed up long into the night to let us up the steep, gated driveway and greet us upon our arrival. They speak not a lick of English, but with our rudimentary Spanish and a cell phone translator app, we were able to get on just fine.
The place has only a handful of rooms, which are simply lovely. Clean, spacious, with the most comfortable bed we've ever slept on (we were jokingly trying to figure out how to check the mattress at the airport on our way home). Beautiful pierced louvered wood shutters slide across the doorway leading to your private patio. A large armoire provided more than ample room for our two backpacks and all the sundries. There is mature landscaping in both ornamental and edible plants and fruits. Birds frolicked in the tree tops and sang well into the evening. Our room looked over the valley and the mountain foothills.
There is a well-maintained and clean pool that the proprietors take obvious pride in, looking directly at the Andes (when the winds allow the Santiago smog to lift). There is a HUUUUGE living room with an entire wall of windows, a fireplace, and a nice selection of comfortable chairs/sofas/settees as well as a well-rounded array of reading materials in different languages. The whole property is perched on the hillside overlooking the foothills of the Andes.
Breakfast was included - fresh made daily by the owner's wife, it was comprised of "sloppy" eggs (due to not being commercial washed with chemicals as done in the US, eggs in developing countries are safe to store on the counter and safe from salmonella breaching the membranes separating the shell from the contents, so undercooked eggs are not a concern), homemade bread, homemade jam from fruit grown on the property, the richest butter I've ever eaten, and some sort of meat product that I don't know the name of, as well as Chilean coffee. **Note to coffee drinkers - this is not your standard American coffee. This is dark and wicked strong, served in tiny cups, almost more akin to espresso than Folgers. If you want coffee like you get in the States you have to ask for 'cafe Americano'.** It was all perfectly delicious.
They had a nice selection of Chilean wines available (upon request, a la carte pricing), which we enjoyed immensely. We Uber'ed our way down the hill, down the narrow road flanked by hillside (and devoid of a shoulder to walk on) and spent many hours exploring the local neighborhoods. Many eateries and parks are within easy walking distance, and shopping is a quick Uber ride away.
08 Sep 2016
Still not a Boutique Hotel. I would say it´s a beautiful big house. There´s a couple as a staff really kind trying to provide some amenities but it wasn´t enough. I wanted some Ice, and was tough to get it. Breakfast is really small and there´s no restaurant in the place as it is said. Getting in and out just If you call the staff.
15 Aug 2016
Hospitality second to none
This was was beautiful! A small boutique hotel with around 6-7 rooms. Gorgeous views, lounge & deck area.
Managers Gustof & Elena are the most kind and accommodating hosts you will meet. Our Spanish was not so good, their English a little bit better but we all managed by communicate and they even introduced us to what is now one of our favourite restaurants in the world now! (You will have to stay here to find out the name of the restaurant ;)
The recently new owners Nico & Angelica, are the most kind & generous people I have ever met.
My partner, an avid skier, asked the best way to go about it all as we only had one day. Nico offered to drive up us the mountain, and took my partner skiing along all the many beautiful runs the mountain had to offer and drove us home... AND Angelica, Nico's beautiful wife, lent me her ski's and boots!!!! (just happen to be same size shoe)
Don't know if this will be available for all bookings but I can say that you will definitely be looked after.
29 Apr 2016
A cozy hotel away from busy Sa....
This small cozy hotel is nested against the first slopes of the Andes mountains which are touching the Santiago suburb of Las Condes. Taking the curvy road up to Farelones you find it just a kilometer on the way just on the right side. A steep cobblestone path finds its way to the entrance of the hotel which at the same time gives you the impression of what you will experience. The patio is covered with abundant plants and flowers leading to a spacious hall way where you are welcomed. The wide terrace holds a small blueish swimming pool and overlooks the mountain range of La Barnechea.
As we arrived early we had to wait a little but they offered us a good class of wine and some local Chilean food or mariscos - shellfish. With the friendly April sun, the view and the quietness, it perfectly describes the hotel and its atmosphere. The rooms are spacious and reflect a 1980's entourage and fitting.
The staff is extremely friendly and service oriented but keep them informed about your whereabouts, as the place closes around eleven and you need them to get in.
Some criticism is justified after the above positive experience, as points of improvement are always a part of my reviews. The present day visitor requires sufficient number of electricity sockets to charge its continuous growing number of wearables, tablets and phones, with only two in the room, the machines need to cue up during the day. As you are way out of the city center a car is strongly recommended. Get one at the airport with Chilean rental, we had a positive experience.
So if you favor a quiet place and some view of the mountains of the Santiago, this is a place to choose. The service is attentive and they offer some real local food. Bringing the place up to some 2016 standards was just a minor critic.