Le Rêve Boutique Hotel, Santiago $$$$
From the editors of Condé Nast Traveler:The kind of cozy, genteel guesthouse designed to please a finicky mother-in-law, Le Rêve sits amid the embassies and private mansions on a quiet street off the bustling Avenue Providencia. Sister property to the business-oriented Hotel Plaza San Francisco, it's only a 15-minute stroll to boutiques in Santiago's colonial heart for shopping, or a short cab ride to the upscale Vitacura and Las Condes restaurants for dinner. The four-story town house has a Parisian facade of beige stucco with shutters and wrought-iron railings, and plushly papered corridors with etchings of formal French gardens. The 31 rooms continue the Gallic theme with a penchant for ornamentation: gilt-framed botanical prints, bronze curtain pommels, velvet-and-suede bedcovers, and enough pleated rope, tassels, and adornments to start your own shop. A large sitting room doubles as a breakfast area, adorned with mirrors, porcelain and chinoiserie. Its French windows open onto a pebbled courtyard shaded by a centennial avocado tree, where afternoon tea is served. 2011 Hot List
Which room to book: The upstairs suite has a pretty terrace overlooking the courtyard.Subscribe now to Condé Nast Traveler for just $1 an issue! ›
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