Manuel Montt 350
Like many discos in Santiago, this one gets hopping after midnight, which is also when the entry fee tends to increase, though it's never more than $10 and comes with one very strong drink. They use good quality alcohol in the drinks, which pack a punch, a good thing considering the price of subsequent drinks.
It's stylish, and a little posh, and tends to attract an upscale crowd with their hearts set on dancing to a mix of Latin and 80s music, and on hopefully at least dancing with someone they've never seen before. It's a bit of a meat market, but not aggressively so, and Chileans save face at all costs, so there's no chance of an ugly scene if you prefer not to dance with someone. Twenty-somethings to early 40s will feel at home here.
Open until 5:00 AM.