BOHEMIAN BELLAVISTA NEIGHBOURHOOD
The Aubrey nestled at the foot of the San Cristóbal Hill within the city's Parque Metropolitano, one of the six largest urban parks in the world, a stroll from Pablo Neruda's beloved house La Chascona in one of the city's most picturesque bohemian neighbourhood of Bellavista, the tourist centre of Santiago and home to many of the city's esteemed intellectuals and artists.
Barrio Bellavista the culture hub, in Providencia, buzzes with a sense of excitement and creativity with a mix of eclectic architecture, art galleries, boutiques, shops, restaurants, cafes, clubs and theatres is situated over the "Mapocho river" a short walk from the downtown centre of Santiago, Parque Forrestal, Bellas Artes, Lastarria and Santa Lucia and is just a few minutes from the metro Baquedano. Here you can ride the cable car and enjoy the panoramic vistas of the city from the Cerro San Cristóbal, taste and experience the traditional Chilean life of Pio Nono outdoor bars, sample a Pisco Sour or sip a fine Chilean wine and listen to live jazz and chilean music in the cafes and cosmopolitan restaurants on Calle Constitucion or enjoy Patio Bellavista a pleasant place to stroll or people watch, dine or dance tango.
Just 20 minutes from Arturo Merino Benitez Airport, The Aubrey is a starting point for major ski resorts, vineyards in the Central Valley and the Pacific coastal towns of Algarobba, Valparaiso, Vina del Mar and Zapallar, all within two hours away.
The Aubrey offers a unique and truly memorable place to stay in Santiago, whether as your gateway to exploring the natural wonders of the lakes districts, fjords of the Patagonia and the Atacama deserts or as your base for discovering this fascinating city.