The forum takes place at the:

Crowne Plaza Santiago Hotel
Hotelera Alameda SPA, Av. Libertador Bdo. O’Higgins 136, Santiago | 6513491 | Chile | 56-2-26381042

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  • This hotel is nearby many Santiago’s attractions
  • You can go to many attractions by foot from the hotel or taking the subway (lines 1 and 5)
  • You can see a beautiful panoramic view from the Andes Mountains and Santiago’s skyline from the hotel.

Costs of the event

  • The 4th Global Forum is a free-of-charge event co-organized by the Government of Chile and the United Nations System
  • Travel and accommodation expenses should be afforded either by participants or an sponsor organization
  • Once registered you Will have access to:
    • Two coffee breaks per day
    • Daily lunch

Hotels information

  • Attendees can stay at the preferred hotel choice. However, we have partnerships with hotels nearby the venue of the forum, which are offering a special rate.
  • To reserve your room please contact the hotel and let them know that you will attend the 4th Global Forum.
  • Room rates, except for the Gran Palace hotel, do not include taxes, thus you must add 19% over the total rate.
  • Rates in Chilean Pesos may vary according to exchange rate variations on a daily basis.
# Name of the hotel Address Phone type of room DAILY RATE PER NIGHT
Dirección: Av. Pedro de Valdivia 164, Providencia, Santiago + (2) 2663 3153 /
+ (2) 2679 0700 / + (2) 2663 31 54
Habitación Single U$ 115
(CLP 68.000)
Enrique Carrasco V.
Director de Cuentas Corporativas
Tel: + (2) 2679 0700 / + (2) 2663 31 54
Cel: +569 6303 97 20
[email protected]
Habitación Twin o matrimonial U$135
(CLP 84.000)
Dirección: Av. Libertador Bernardo O’Higgins 816, Santiago + (2) 2639 3832 Habitación single 120 dólares
(CLP 77.000)
Marisol Alvarez
Tel: + (2) 2360 44 01
[email protected]
Habitación doble U$ 130
(CLP 83.000)
* Desayuno incluido
Avenida Nueva Costanera N° 3736, Vitacura Habitaciones estándar NOI deluxe single o doble U$ 195
(CLP 124.000)
Daniela Toro V.
Ejecutiva de Cuentas Corporativas
Tel: + (2) 2432 6844
Cel: +569 5819 1063
[email protected]
Av. Pedro de Valdivia 164, Providencia, Santiago – Chile + (2) 2663 3154 Habitación Single U$ 80
(CLP 52.000)
Enrique Carrasco V.
Director de Cuentas Corporativas
Tel: + (2) 2679 0700 / + (2) 2663 31 54
[email protected]
Habitación Twin o superior U$ 95
(CLP 61.000)
Sta. Magdalena 111, Santiago, Providencia, Región Metropolitana (Metro Los Leones) +(2) 2750 0300 Habitación Single U$ 125
(CLP 79.000)
Hernán Contreras
Reserva en línea:
[email protected]
Habitación Doble U$ 135
(CLP 86.000)
[email protected]
Dirección: Huérfanos 1178, Santiago Centro, Región Metropolitana +(2) 2611 0026 Habitación Single U$ 86
(CLP 69.318 con impuestos)
Juan Zamorano
Departamento Ventas
Tel: + (2) 2611 0026
[email protected]
Habitación Doble U$ 98
(CLP 79.163 con impuestos)
Avenida Libertador Bernardo O’Higgins,632 – Santiago Centro +(2) 25956622 Habitación Single U$ 116
(CLP 73.000)
* Desayuno incluido
Laura Soto Pastorino
Corporate Account Manager
Tel: + (2) 2499 2228
Cel: +569 8527 1131
[email protected]
Habitación Doble U$ 128 (CLP 81.000)
* Desayuno incluido
Ismael Vergara 312, Barrio Lastarria, Santiago +(2) 2616 7600 Single Room U$ 129 dólares
(CLP 83.850)
* Breakfast included
Felipe Cabrillana
Tel: (2) 2360 4481
Cel: +569 9087 6696
Monday to Friday 08:30 to 17:50.
[email protected]
Double Room U$ 139
(CLP 90.350)
*Breakfast included
Orrego Luco 023, Providencia (2) 2757 6000 Single Room U$ 149
(CLP 96.850)
* Breakfast included
Felipe Cabrillana
Phone: (2) 2360 4481
Cel: +569 9087 6696
Monday to Friday 08:30 to 17:50
[email protected]
Double Room U$ 159
(CLP 109.850)
*Breakfast included
(Lugar en donde se realizará el 4to Foro)
Avenida Libertador Bernardo O’Higgins 136, Santiago (2) 2638 1042 Single Standard Room U$ 129
(CLP 80.000)
* Breakfast included.
This rate is valid only between the following dates:
– Arrival date February 26th, 2018.
– Departure date: March 1st 2018.
If any guest arrives before or leaves after the stated dates, rates will be subject to Hotel’s availability.
The Hotel will grant 1 room released, every 30 rooms payed per night.
Ana María Painepán,
Groups Coordinator
Phone: (2) 2685 5019
[email protected]
Double Standard Room U$ 139
(CLP 86.000)
* Breakfast included.
This rate is valid only between the following dates:
– Arrival date February 26th, 2018.
– Departure date: March 1st 2018.
If any guest arrives before or leaves after the stated dates, rates will be subject to Hotel’s availability.
The Hotel will grant 1 room released, every 30 rooms payed per night.

In accordance with the local laws in Chile, all foreign guests, whose total account is paid in dollars, either in cash or international credit card, can be exempted from taxes, accrediting residence abroad and recent entry to the country, for which you must present your passport and tourist card at the time of Check In.


From the international airport to the Crowne Plaza Santiago Hotel

  • The hotel is located 45 minutes away from the international airport Arturo Merino Benitez, depending on the traffic
  • It is recommended to take official taxis nearby the International Police exit. These taxis charge U$30 to $40 for a private service. If you choose a shared taxi cab you can get a lower rate
  • Transvip is a safe transportation company with a shuttle service from the airport to the hotel
  • Buses form the airport charge approximately U$2.1 to U$2.5. The depart each 10 to 15 minutes from the airport to downtown, reaching the Libertador Bernardo O’Higgins Avenue. You can take there the subway station Los Héroes (Line 1), and go from there to Moneda, Santa Lucía, Universidad Católica, Baquedano, Pedro de Valdivia y Los Leones subway stations.
  • If you decide to stay at the Noi Hotel is recommended to take a taxi.

From recommended hotels to the venue of the forum
Depending on the hotel you decide to stay, you can get to the Crowne Plaza Hotel by subway. Please go to the Baquedano subway station, or you can take an official taxi. It will take in average 15 minutes to get to the hotel depending on the traffic.

Security Recommendations

Even though Santiago is a safe city, as with most large cities of the world it is wise to keep in mind the following recommendations:

  • Pay attention to bags and suitcases to avoid micro thefts.
  • Avoid carrying valuables which may draw unwanted attention when going to crowded, dark and / or quiet places, such as jewellery, cell phones, and cameras.
  • As a precaution, go through the streets with bags and wallets hanging in front.
  • Leave your passport, airline tickets and other valuables in the hotel room (safe) or in a safe place.
  • Bring only the necessary money, a credit card and a copy of your passport and your visa or stamp to enter the country if you do not require a visa. Please be careful with your carry-on luggage, especially with your personal laptop.
  • Avoid walking alone or at night in peripheral locations.
  • Always carry a map and the address of the place where you are staying.

Important Numbers

Immigration and International Police: (+56) 2 2708 1043
Border Controls: (+56) 2 2486 3101
Police (Carabineros): 133
Investigative Police (PDI): 134
Ambulances (SAMU): 131
Fire Service: 132
Health Responders: 600 360 77 77

Contacts in Case of Emergency

National Service for Women and Gender Equity: Huérfanos 1219 1219 (between the Morandé Street and Teatinos Street), Central Santiago
Central Switch Number: (+56) 2 2549 6100

Information of General Interest of the Country

Some relevant facts about Chile:

Stretching between the Cordillera de los Andes and the Pacific Ocean, Chile is the longest and thinnest country in the world. In addition to sharing borders with Argentina, Peru and Bolivia, Chile also has territories in Polynesia and Antarctica, making it a tri-continental nation.

  • Official language: Spanish.
  • Weather: The climate of Santiago resembles that of the Mediterranean, with long dry summers and short, temperate winters. In the season of the year in which the IV Forum will take place, it will be summer (occurring between the months of December and March), it is dry and hot (maximum temperatures between 30 and 35°C). At night it is pleasantly refreshing and rarely rains.
  • Time zone: UTC/GMT minus 3 hours.
  • Currency: The national currency is the Chilean Peso (CLP), which uses the symbol $, with coins that are equivalent to 1, 5, 10, 50, 100 and 500 pesos, and also bills of 1,000, 2,000, 5,000, 10,000 and 20,000 pesos. As of 12th February, 1 US dollar equates to 598 Chilean pesos.
  • Money: For general trade dollars and euros are not accepted, and so it is convenient to convert foreign currency Chilean pesos. This is best done in established offices where the exchange rate will usually be lower. In Santiago there are several exchange houses in Agustinas street between Ahumada and Bandera (open from Monday to Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m., and on Saturday mornings). Others are close to the metro stations Manuel Montt, Pedro de Valdivia, and Los Leones. Exchange offices at the airport have less convenient rates. The best way to obtain money in pesos in most cities of the country is with your bank card or with your credit card from Redbanc ATMs (maximum per withdrawal of 200,000.00 CLP per day), and for which machines must display Cirrus, Plus or Maestro symbols. Your bank will charge a commission for each transaction (find out before you leave). Traveller’s checks are infrequently accepted.
  • Credit cards: You can use credit cards in many shops, supermarkets, stores, restaurants, etc. Only some travel agencies and large hotels will receive dollars or euros directly.
  • Tipping: In restaurants the suggested amount is 10% of the total bill, although it is optional and not typically included in the bill. It is customary to receive all the return first, and then leave the tip on the table. Tipping is not used for taxi drivers.
  • Electricity: The voltage in Chile is 220 V / 50 Hz. If your electrical appliances need an adapter, they can easily be found in supermarkets or hardware stores.
  • Dress code: Light clothing is recommended for outside; although the air conditioning in the meeting rooms and bedrooms can be cold.
  • Health: Chile it is not exposed to any particular health hazard, and therefore no special vaccination is required. However, it is recommended to protect against typhoid fever, poliomyelitis, hepatitis and tetanus. If you travel to rural areas within Chile, the rabies vaccine may be useful. Those who come from an area of yellow fever must have the necessary vaccine to visit Easter Island.
  • Medical attention: The clinics in Santiago and other large cities of Chile are at the level of the developed countries. However, getting the same medical attention in rural areas or emergency hospitals can be more difficult. Before traveling to Chile, check if your health insurance has international coverage, or obtain additional insurance. Private clinics accept credit cards as collateral. There is a good network of pharmacies where you will find any medication you need.

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