Santiago Weather October Averages, Chile
What's the weather like in Santiago in October
Spring starts to transition into summer in Santiago in October. Santiago's average monthly temperature in October is 15°C. Daytime averages are 21°C at the beginning of the month and 24°C at the end of the month, for a monthly average of 22°C. Nights cool down to 7°C. Temperatures sometimes exceed 29°C and drop below 3°C in October.
Santiago enters its dry season again in October. Rainfall totals average just 10mm during a measurable three days of precipitation. The probability of rainfall is only 5% on October.
The days start to get longer in Santiago in October. The average daytime length of 12 hours 56 minutes, along with clearing skies, means that Santiago gets an average of seven hours of sunshine during the day. The chances of a cloudy sky drop to 26% by the end of October.
The average relative humidity drops sharply throughout October, ending the month at 63%. The air will feel very dry to most people visiting Santiago.
The consistently low wind speeds finally change in October as they climb to 2.7 m/s by the end of the month. The easterly winds decline as westerly winds move in, contributing to nearly a 50/50 split between the two directions.
October is warm enough in Santiago to dress in shorts, skirts, sandals, and short-sleeve shirts during your daytime explorations of the city. Rain gear shouldn't be too much of a concern unless the extended forecast has an unusual rainy period in it. Nighttime temperatures do drop quite a bit, so make sure you pack a light jacket, sweater, and long pants for going out. You'll also want to look sharp when you go out to Santiago's many great bars and restaurants.
Santiago Hotels in October
The Aubrey Boutique Hotel
The Aubrey is a beautiful old Spanish-style building and boutique hotel near Cerro San Cristobal. This restored mansion contains 15 handsome rooms with hardwood floors, contemporary furniture, light décor, and large bathrooms. Every room is unique; some contain balconies, living rooms, and even a jacuzzi. The Aubrey provides all guests with a complimentary breakfast in a sunny dining room and also has a piano bar. Outside in the courtyard you'll find a gorgeously landscaped patio area with a pool. The staff will offer personalized attention and great concierge services. The Aubrey is located near the gastronomically rich Bellavista neighborhood.
Hotel Plaza El Bosque Ebro
Hotel Plaza El Bosque Ebro is a five-star hotel in Las Condes near the Los Leones Golf Club and Sky Costanera tower. All rooms in Hotel Plaza El Bosque Ebro feature contemporary furnishings, comfortable beds, and large modern bathrooms. Guests may also choose from suites, which contain kitchens, dining areas, living rooms, and whirlpool tubs. The hotel features one casual restaurant overlooking Santiago; the restaurant has a fantastic lunch and dinner menu and also serves a complimentary breakfast to hotel guests. The upper floors of Hotel Plaza contain an indoor pool with glass walls, gym, and game room. The nearest metro station is five minutes from the hotel.
Su Merced Boutique Hotel
One of Santiago's many interesting old buildings that have been repurposed into gorgeous hotels is Su Merced, near Plaza Baquedano. This boutique hotel features chic rooms, private bathrooms, and suites that include balconies and whirlpool tubs. Some rooms have outstanding views of nearby Parque Forestal. Guests will be treated with outstanding service 24 hours a day and a wonderful complimentary breakfast. Relax at the end of the day with cocktails on their fourth-floor terrace bar overlooking Santiago. Su Merced is within an easy walk of the Baquedano metro station and the Museum of Fine Arts.
The sophisticated Hotel Orly is situated in a restored French-style mansion in the charming Providencia neighborhood. Hotel Orly features standard rooms with classical yet modern furnishings and marble countertops in the bathrooms. Apartments are also available with full kitchens, dining rooms, pull-out sofas in a separate living room, and large picturesque windows. A complimentary breakfast is included for all guests, served in their casual restaurant. The hotel also features an elegant bar and casual lounges throughout. Guests staying at Hotel Orly will be able to walk to Cerro San Cristobal, the nearest metro station, and many acclaimed museums and restaurants.
Bars and Restaurants
One of the many outstanding restaurants in the upscale Las Condes neighborhood is Pinpilinpausha. This highly rated Spanish restaurant has a very modest, casual atmosphere with both indoor and outdoor sidewalk terrace seating. The restaurant specializes in Basque cuisine and has been in operation in Santiago for over 50 years. Some of the menu items you may choose from include seafood empanadas, shrimp, ceviche, steak & fries, and various risotto dishes. They also serve quite an extensive dessert menu, so save room. Pinpilinpausha is open Monday thru Saturday from 12:30PM to 11PM and on Sunday from 12:30PM to 4PM.
Carrer Nou is a delightful Spanish restaurant in the beautiful Providencia district. The casual dining room has a charming ambience, decorated with colorful painted pans against white brick walls. Their highly rated menu includes an array of delicious tapas like croquettes, grilled octopus, tender lamb, and outstanding papas bravas. Carrer Nou is also known throughout Santiago for their amazing sangria, and they also serve a delicious Pisco sour. Service is fast and very friendly. Carrer Nou is open from Monday thru Saturday from 1PM to 3:30PM and from 7:30PM to midnight.
Goemon is a traditional Japanese restaurant with a warm, cozy ambience to match, like what you might find in a small Tokyo bar. They have a delicious menu that changes daily based on what's fresh and their chef takes no shortcuts. Some of the staples include unagi, sashimi, nigiri, gyoza, sukiyaki, and shabu shabu. Goemon imports only the best sake from Japan and is hailed by visitors. Goemon is located near the Manuel Montt metro station and is open Monday thru Saturday from 12:30PM to 3PM and from 7:30PM to 10:30PM. Reservations are accepted and recommended.
El Honesto Mike
El Honesto Mike is a fun pub & restaurant in Las Condes, close to Costanera Center. This establishment has a warm, rustic atmosphere with a casual dining experience. There is a very large wall behind the bar full of taps for draft beer, along with a large variety of different liquors for mixed drinks. El Honesto Mike is best known for their burgers, praised to be the best in Las Condes. They offer a number of burger preparations on their menu as well as vegetarian options. El Honesto Mike is open Monday thru Wednesday from 1PM to 1AM and Thursday thru Saturday from 1PM to 2AM. It can be quite busy here, and they do not accept reservations.
Things to do in Santiago in October
Cajón del Maipo
Maipo Canyon is a wonderful natural attraction southeast of Santiago. It's part of the sprawling El Morado Natural Monument. Attractions in Cajón del Maipo include the Yeso Reservoir, abundant bird watching (including condors), numerous hiking trails, fishing, camping, and rafting. There are many quaint towns in the canyon, home to picturesque adobe buildings and relaxing hot springs. Adrenaline seekers can go bungee jumping and armchair archaeologists can explore paleontology sites. You can also find a great selection of attractively priced artisan goods and food in the villages. If there is still snow on the ground after a big winter you can explore the area with mountaineering guides.
Valle Nevado is a popular ski resort 50km east of Santiago, constantly expanding to meet the demands of visitors. There are almost 2,000 acres of skiable terrain on the mountain serviced by 18 lifts. There are over 40 runs on the mountain for all skill abilities, off-piste skiing, and three terrain parks. The resort also has great lodging options and outstanding restaurants. Valle Nevado typically closes by the end of October, but if it was a poor winter they also offer activities like horseback riding, hiking, and scenic chairlift rides.
Bahá'í Temple of South America
There's a curious building on the eastern outskirts of Santiago, south of Parque San Carlos Apoquindo. This is the first Bahá'í temple in South America and it opened its doors in 2016. The unique building looks like a closed flower from the outside, and a closer look reveals intricate décor and remarkable architecture. The property is open to everyone and is free of strict religious ceremony. It is a place to gather, pray, and promote peace. The main temple is surrounded by green, peaceful gardens perfect for meditation. There are outstanding views of Santiago from the temple.
Cerro San Cristobal
One of Santiago's main attractions is Cerro San Cristobal. This large hill rises 300m above the rest of the city and is located north of central Santiago. Cerro San Cristobal is home to the large Chilean National Zoo, a fun place to take the kids on the south end of the hill. There are two gorgeous pools to swim in on a hot day; these are known as the Tupahue pools. Cerro San Cristobal is best known for the large statue of the Virgin Mary that sits on top of the hill. A small plaza surrounds the statue and is the site of religious services and other gatherings. Pope John Paul II held a service here and you can ride the funicular car that he rode in to provide the mass. If you don't take the funicular you can walk on a graded path or even drive a car to the top. The walk will take approximately 45 minutes.
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