Torres Del Paine: Where to Stay

April 10, 2014
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Visiting the incredible Torres Del Paine National Park is one of South America’s ultimate highlights, but its remote location means that accommodation can be limited. We’ve done the legwork for you and scoped out the best hotels already – here they are!

Tierra Patagonia 

If you want style, elegance and luxury along with one of the best locations in the area, then Tierra Patagonia is the one for you. Looking out over Lake Sarmiento to the peaks of the Torres Del Paine National Park, the building’s clever design gives it the impression of being immersed in the surrounding landscape. However, its proximity to nature does not leave you to compromise on the luxuriousness of your holiday to Chile. Rather, the use of natural woods and colours emanates safety and serenity.

Relax and enjoy Tierra Patagonia’s fantastic facilities, including a fully functioning bar, library, living room with open fire, swimming pool and spa. Mingle with other like-minded guests or relax in your room, looking out over the stunning vista afforded by the large glass windows throughout the hotel. When you’re out and about, the hotel offers its guests the expertise of their knowledgeable guides – ready to help you explore the full wonders of the Torres Del Paine National Park. Relax and enjoy the wonders of the Uma Spa after a long day’s sightseeing before feasting on the delicious local delicacies, paired with high-quality Chilean wines.

Las Torres 

If you’re looking to be more independent and are keen to discover the park at your own pace, then Las Torres is a great choice. Rustic, lively and offering one of the best hotel views in all of Chile, Las Torres has one thing that many hotels do not – it is one of the few actually located inside the park itself. With planning permission very restricted (the park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site) the opportunity to eat and sleep inside the park is truly a rare one.

The hotel often has a lively atmosphere, as it is popular with many tourists and walkers looking to pursue the ‘W’ Trek. Its fantastic location means you can explore the surrounding area by foot, on horseback or in a 4×4 – the hotel itself organises expeditions and excursions which you can book yourself on to. Unwind in the restaurant and bar after a long day exploring with some fine Chilean wine and traditional Chilean cuisine. The simple yet elegant rooms offer you an incredible view out over the Torres through the large windows found in every room, along with you own en suite bathroom.

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