Clubs in Santiago

lisagauss

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Other than El Centro Espa?ol, what other clubs are there? Honestly, I know of Amaprosan, and Gurabito.

1) Is anyone familiar with any others?
2) Are you familiar with pricing on any one of these?
3) Which would you recommend?

I'm in Santiago; Cheers and good morning. :smoke:
 

Hillbilly

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There is the Club de Conductores on Padre Las Casas. It was remodeled.

And there are basketball clubs and billiard clubs and there is Caza y Pesca in Bella Vista. And there is Santiago Golf Club.
 
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We went to the 'Club de Conductores' in August... It was nice. We were guests... I think it was around $100 pesos per person and less for kids.

Big pool... which got very busy in the late afternoon. Pool had a deep end. There was a smaller "kiddie" pool as well. And a few lifeguards on duty. Had a little playground area. Big parking lot.

I think members only (no guests) could use the billiards area.

There were several food/drink options for sale near pool. (pizza, chicken, alcoholic beverages, etc.)
 
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I think Centro Espanol would be my choice if it fits your budget. Good way to network and meet the nice people of the city.