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Santiago Weather in February, Chile

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  • What is Average Temperature?
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What's the weather like in Santiago in February


Average temperatures don't change much since January.  Santiago's average monthly temperature in February is 20°C.  Daytime averages are one degree cooler at 29°C and maintain that throughout the month with only a small decline towards the end of February.  Nights are still 11°C, just like January.


February is just as dry as January in Santiago.  Rainfall totals are less than 10mm on average, with only one day of the month producing rain.  The chances of precipitation are only 4%.

Sunshine Hours

Santiago has long periods of warm, sunny skies in February.  On average, Santiago gets ten hours of sunlight every day in February.  The days are 13 hours 42 minutes long in the beginning of the month and 12 hours 50 minutes long at the end of February.  The chances of a cloudy sky are only 10%.


The average relative humidity climbs in February from 60% to 66%, but with the high temperatures and clear skies you won't really notice much of a difference.  The air will still feel dry.


Average wind speeds in Santiago in February average 3.0 m/s, declining slightly towards the end of the month.  Wind directions are evenly split between east and west, like January, but winds will become slightly more easterly going into March.

Sea Temperature

The Pacific Ocean, 90 minutes west of Santiago, averages 17°C throughout the month of February.

Dress Code

Bring comfortable clothes for warm weather when you visit Santiago in February.  Shorts, skirts, and sandals are perfectly fine.  Older Chileans tend to dress a little more on the conservative side, but casual is completely fine during the warm days.  Nights do tend to cool off so you'll want long pants and a light sweater or jacket.  Additionally, many Chileans tend to dress sharply when going out to dinner or the nightclubs.  Check the Santiago 14-day forecast for a better idea of expected conditions right before your visit.

Santiago Hotels in February

Courtyard Santiago Las Condes

This Marriott four-star property is located in the upscale Las Condes district in northeast Santiago.  The Courtyard Santiago is a modern hotel with large rooms, plush beds, and rooms with views of either the city or the Andes Mountains beyond.  The two-bedroom suites offer a separate living area and kitchen with grocery service.  Hotel accommodations include meeting rooms, a fitness center, and an indoor pool on the upper floor with excellent city views.   When you're hungry head down to The Bistro, the Courtyard's international bar & restaurant serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner.  The Courtyard is in front of a bus stop and is within walking distance of Juan Pablo II Park, the Falabella shopping mall, and KidZania Amusement Park.

NH Collection Plaza

The five-star Hotel NH Collection Plaza Santiago is wonderfully located near two parks, the Mapocho River, and within 200m of the nearest metro station.  This large, upscale hotel was the largest building in the city when it was constructed in 1995 and contains both standard rooms and suites with jacuzzis.  NH Collection also features a heated indoor pool, fitness room, hot tub, and sauna.  Rooms on the upper floors will be treated to amazing mountain views.  A fun bar will get you loosened up during happy hour and then you can enjoy dinner in their casual Mediterranean restaurant.  Other nearby attractions include the Sky Costanera observation tower, mall, and the presidential La Moneda Palace. 

Hotel Bonaparte

Hotel Bonaparte is a wonderful affordable hotel in the Metropolitan region of Santiago, near the International Museum of Chile.  This four-star boutique hotel is set in a casual setting and a quiet neighborhood.  Clean rooms feature basic accommodations with comfortable beds, wooden floors & rustic furniture to match, and a minibar.   Other hotel accommodations include laundry, room service, a quaint outdoor pool area with patio, and a business center.  Restaurant Bonaparte serves outstanding international cuisine throughout the day with patio seating available.  Hotel Bonaparte is within minutes of the nearest bus stop and a 15-minute walk to the nearest metro station.

Kennedy Hotel

The five-star Kennedy Hotel is in one of Vitacura's beautiful glass high-rise buildings near Parque Araucano.  The hotel features 123 standard rooms with plush linens, air conditioning, desks, and a minibar.  Ten suites are also available with separate living spaces, a jacuzzi, and balcony overlooking the Andes.  All hotel guests will have access to their modern, beautifully-decorated indoor and outdoor pools, sauna, and gym.  The Kennedy Hotel is also home to the award-winning Aquarium Restaurant, serving international cuisine for lunch and dinner.  The exquisite Golf Club Los Leones is also in close proximity to the hotel.

Beaches in Santiago in February

Playa Canelo

Valparaiso is a beautiful seaside city 90 minutes west of Santiago and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.  It is also home to a number of beautiful beaches, including Playa Canelo.  Playa Canelo is separated from the city with a small forest that you must walk through in order to get to the beach.  Once there you'll be struck by the white sands and colorful waters.  The beach can get crowded quickly on the weekends, so if you can't make it during the week you better get there early.  There are umbrellas for rent, and concessions stands are available throughout the beach.

Bars and Restaurants


Venezia is a casual restaurant serving lunch and dinner, located near the zoo and the rest of Cerro San Cristobal.  This family-style café & bar has been around for over 50 years and has gathered quite the collection of interesting souvenirs on the walls.  Prices are very affordable considering the size of the portions.  Venezia serves a daily menu with outstanding tender steaks, loaded stews, casseroles, fresh bread, and cold pisco sours.  This is a great place for visitors who prefer the authentic Chilean restaurants instead of the upscale expensive establishments.  Venezia is open daily from noon until midnight.

Restaurante Hansoban

Santiago has a number of international restaurants, but Restaurante Hansoban is truly unique for this city.  This traditional Korean BBQ restaurant is located in the Metropolitan district, near Cerro San Cristobal.  The atmosphere is rather plain but the dining experience is what sets this restaurant apart from others.  Different Korean dishes including steaks, chicken, kimchi, and various noodle plates are brought to your table and then cooked right in front of you on charcoal grills built into the tables.  It's great for family-style dining.  Restaurante Hansoban is open Saturday thru Monday from noon until 11PM.

Pizzeria Tiramisu

This cute little Italian pizzeria in Las Condes is open for lunch and dinner.  It's located on a very lush street corner and the warm, rustic atmosphere incorporates this into their dining room and patio.  Tiramisu has a large pizza menu serving traditional thin-crust pizzas.  The rest of their menu is also rather large, with various calzones, focaccias, seafood dishes, large salads, beef, and chicken plates.  Be sure to save room for dessert from their gelateria.  Pizzeria Tiramisu is open daily from 12:45PM until midnight.  Reservations are accepted and encouraged, as this is a popular restaurant. 

Café Escondido

Café Escondido is a casual bar in the Metropolitan region of Santiago, close to the Plaza de Armas.  This bar is tough to find, but the staff will warmly welcome you and treat you with care they are constantly hailed in reviews.  The atmosphere is very warm as well.  The cold beer selection is great and will cool you down as you sit on their outside patio or second-floor terrace.  A small food menu accompanies their drink menu and contains small dishes like empanadas and churrasco.  Café Escondido is open Monday thru Saturday from 6PM until 2AM

Things to do in Santiago in February

La Moneda Presidential Palace

Government offices including the home of the President were once in the old Plaza de Armas but have since moved to Palacio de La Moneda just to the southwest of Plaza de Armas.  This beautiful old mint is full of history, and you can still see bullet holes from the 1973 military coup.  In the morning you can watch the Changing of the Guard that takes place in front of the palace every two days, a lavish display with horses, bands, and military honors.  Guides are available to take tourists through the palace in many different languages, but these tours must be arranged at least seven days in advance.

Los Dominicos Square

Los Dominicos is a popular cultural shopping center in Las Condes, east of central Santiago.  Here you can find over 200 stores where local artisans create and sell beautiful handicrafts.  The market is set in a rustic, old adobe setting that really gives it the character of old Chile.  You can find beautiful jewelry, colorful scarves, leatherwork, and wooden sculptures.  Beautiful flowers and gardens adorn the village.  Stop for a bite to eat at the traditional Chilean food stalls spread out throughout the pueblito.  Los Dominicos is open during normal business hours.

Cerro Santa Lucia

The former volcano now known as Cerro Santa Lucia is now one of Santiago's main attractions.  The small green hill in central Santiago rises in the center of the metropolis, providing a nice green space for exercise and socialization.  It is full of walking paths, gardens, and fountains.  One of the most attractive fountains in Cerro Santa Lucia is Terraza Neptuno, a beautiful Romanesque fountain below a statue of Neptune.  The large fountain is in front of an ornate façade of columns, stairs, and arches.  After viewing Terraza Neptuno, continue to Hidalgo Castle, a 19th century fortress that is now an events center.  Many great summer shows are held on the top of the hill.

Maipo Valley Wineries

Wine connoisseurs will want to set aside a day to tour the many amazing wineries in the infamous Maipo Valley.  The Maipo Valley was named the third best wine region in the world by a poll in USA TODAY.  This is home to the Carmenere variety of wine, a type of grape that was wiped out in Europe years ago and now only thrives in Chile.  The Maipo Valley also produces excellent Syrahs and Merlots.  The Maipo Valley is within 90 minutes south of Santiago and is dotted with wonderful wineries.  You can drive yourself or go with a tour group.  Some of the wineries you'll see are Concha y Torro, Undurraga Winery, and Santa Rita.