Über dieses Inserat
My apartment condo is situated within walking distance to various fun and interesting neighborhoods. The apartment is on the 16th floor and offers great views of Cerro San Cristobal and the Andes Mountains. Guided tours available.
My apartment is small, but has everything you'll need. It is in a really central location and is ideal for travellers that love getting out walking and getting to know the unbeaten and beaten track of Santiago Centro.
Zugang für Gäste
I live in this apartment as well, but I have my own bedroom and bathroom. However, the washing machine is the other bathroom and will need to access to it from time to time. The kitchen is also shared.
Interaktion mit Gästen
I will be available in the apartment and can help you in discovering Santiago and other cities close by. I love to travel and have lots of tips to share.
Weitere wichtige Infos
The apartment building is on a major street and it can get noisy at night.
Smoking is permitted on the balcony. it is important to be respectful of shared spaces in the apartment and in the building.
Wenn du bis zu 5 Tage vor deinem Aufenthalt stornierst, erhältst du eine volle Rückerstattung, inklusive Service-Gebühren.
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I am Canadian and have been living in Santiago, Chile for the last 7 years. It's been an amazing experience and love sharing my love of Chile and all it has to offer.
I enjoy music and go to a LOT of concerts here. And food and drinks! Beer has a special place in my heart and I've been thinking about starting up a beer exchange with my guests.... you bring your favorite craft beer from back home and I will share one of my favorite craft beers here! I am a part of "gastronautical" geeks in Santiago, which is essentially a bunch of food nerds that get together to discuss food, shops and show off our latest and greatest recipes.
My top 5 places in Chile are Valparaiso, Pucon, Easter Island, Valle del Elqui and Santa Cruz. My style is a mix between grabbing a backpack and staying at either a boutique hotel that has interesting architecture (i once stayed in a wine barrel) or staying anywhere where I can meet locals and get the 411 on the best places to check out. The more off the beaten track, the better.