Set in a mansion built in the 1920s in Santiago’s Bohemian Bellavista district, The Aubrey sits at the foot of the Parque Metropolitano’s funicular railway, and is just around the corner from La Chascona, Nobel prize-winning writer Pablo Neruda’s home. Once home to one of the nation’s leading political families, the hotel was recycled with lots of love and details to respect its past while tastefully incorporating contemporary touches.
The fifteen rooms are unique (and vary accordingly in price and size), ranging from petit rooms to sprawling suites. All have high ceilings, parquet floors, satiny sheets and feather beds along with in-room wifi.
The public areas are set around the heavy wood staircase stained a deep color of mahogany. The interior is eclectic and stylish and invites you to curl up with a good book. A true oasis in the heart of Santiago, lounge on the pretty stone terrace by the pool, or sip a cocktail at sunset in their bar. If you choose to head out, the city is literally at your fingertips.