Hotel Magnolia Opens in Santiago's El Centro Neighborhood

Hotel Magnolia, the first urban design hotel in the Chilean capital’s El Centro neighborhood, has debuted following a two-year restoration of a 1929 mansion, one of the city's loveliest downtown heritage buildings.

Located in the heart of Santiago, the 42-room hotel is the first of its kind in the city's El Centro neighborhood, offering historic beauty together with luxe accommodations, a gourmet restaurant, and a pitch-perfect location at the foot of the Cerro Santa Lucia hilltop park, whose peak affords panoramic urban and Andes views.

An addition of three new floors brings the hotel's height to six stories. Through the use of elevated glass walkways and six-floor light wells, the hotel features airy pavilions with soaring glass ceilings, creating illuminated spaces that encourage conversation and lighten the ambiance.

Guest rooms are categorized as superior and junior suites, and are defined by clean lines and neutral tones, light-colored wood surfaces and soft-lighting. Each room comes with a flat screen TV, minibar, and Nespresso coffeemaker.

The hotel’s Magnolia Restaurant specializes in Chilean cuisine with traditional dishes and products that are prepared for the modern palate, while its 7th-floor rooftop bar and lounge, Terraza Magnolia, offers views of Santiago and the leafy slopes of Santa Lucia.

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