This remarkable property is dominated by a grand sweep of immense floor-to-ceiling windows offering an extraordinary view across Lago Sarmiento to the 8,760-foot Monte Almirante Nieto and the granite monoliths of the Cordillera del Paine. Constructed almost entirely from the lovely native lenga wood, the central great room seamlessly unites a sitting area containing a circular fireplace with a bar, library and dining space. The 40 guest rooms display the same aesthetic and contain simple but handsome furniture that imparts a Shaker-like elegance to their interiors. The property’s primary amenity is its spectacular spa facility featuring an indoor heated pool with jets and cascades, an outdoor whirlpool tub, a steam bath and meditation areas. Service is superb throughout, and excursions are led by exceptional private guides.
The hotel is closed annually from June to October.
Suite living room
Tierra Patagonia at sunset
Average Mid-High Season Rates (including taxes):
Lowest rate: Three-night Standard Room package for two, $5,900; Editor’s Choice: Three-night Superior Room package for two, $7,000 (all meals, house wine and spirits, daily excursions and ground transfers included; longer packages available).
All meals and beverages (excluding premium wines and spirits); Daily guided excursions; Access to spa facilities; Wi-Fi; For stays of three or more nights, twice-daily transfers to/from Punta Arenas, Puerto Natales and Cerro Castillo as per published times; For stays of four or more nights, transfers to and from El Calafate, Argentina
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