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Review of Alto Las Condes

Alto Las Condes
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US$50.00*
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Half Day Santiago City Tour
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US$68.00*
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City Tour and Shopping Tour of Santiago
Ranked #49 of 535 things to do in Santiago
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Owner description: This is one of the more popular shopping centers in Santiago.
Reviewed 20 April 2014

I really liked this place because it was super clean but this is for rich Chileans since stores are brand name stores and over priced as everything in chile but this place has glamour and people just pretend to be the Kennedy's haha, in fact you see rich people with their expensive dogs walking like if it was a fashion show.
Great restaurants and they also have a cinema, not everyone here is rich, this mall has the rich guys and those who want to be rich and those who want to watch the rich ones just like I was watching haha.
Recommended for the experience.

1  Thank bryanmantezoni
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Reviewed 18 August 2012

I really like this mall, big enough to not get awfully crowded but not too big so you can walk through all of it without getting tired. There's a restaurant court with an awesome view, just follow the signs that say "Mirador"! Anything you might possibly need is here. If you're on a budget but don't feel like eating fast food, the small restaurant in or next to the supermarket (that actually belongs to Jumbo!) is cheaper.
There's lots of misunderstandings about the route to get here by public transport; best way to get here in my opinion is getting off on Alcántara station (less crowded, so you're less likely to get lost!), then walk to Málaga street for a bus. There you can take the 406 bus (one of the big white ones with a green line) and ask the driver or someone else to tell you when he gets to "Abadía" street, or the mall itself for that matter. It's a very short walk from there! :)

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Reviewed 3 May 2012

The mall is well situated along the Av. Kennedy near Av. Hurtado.. Unfortunately you have to pay for the parking these days, but since Centrosud has made a mess of the high tower on the other side of town they most likely are in desperate need for money.
There is a wide range of shops and you can find all known brands in the mall. From Armani to Adidas, from Jumbo to the easy. You will not be disappointed!
Besides all shops there is hugh foodcourt and outside on the terasse several nive small cafes and restaurants.
Just take a look, and enjoy.

1  Thank LowieSantiago_Chile
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Reviewed 16 December 2011

This mall was build on the 89's and the time is showing, 15 years ago was the top of the malls but a lot of time pass and is not the same, inside you will find the traditional chains of shops you will see on any other shopping mall around the world.

1  Thank elytenrc
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Reviewed 23 October 2011

Stores are trendy and expensive. And the mall is beatiful, but very far to the metro station. Santiago transportation system is not good at all. Buses and metros are always full and hot, taxis want to take your money, people can´t give you the right information and there is always the need to change at some point. Lonely Planet made a mistake again and wrote about some free orange buses from the Escuela Militar subway station to the mall which do not exist. We wasted more that half an hour and ended up taking a cab.

2  Thank Cintia88
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