Hotel del Paine
Simple but memorable accommodation in cosy riverside cabins with stupendous views of the Paine massif.
There are stupendous views towards the Paine massif from the basic but memorable Hotel del Paine, comprised of cosy wooden cabins strung alongside the river Paine. Accommodation is simple, but for the spectacular surroundings alone it’s an excellent choice.
Whether indoors or out, there’s no shortage of ways to appreciate the hotel’s best feature – from drinking in a sunset from lakeside benches facing truly mesmerising scenery, to admiring an ever-changing panorama from the large picture windows in the guestrooms, lounge and restaurant. There’s even a hot tub, also with views of the magnificent Cuernos del Paine.
What our clients say
We found the Chilean people very friendly, obliging & happy.EL, Winkleigh
A truly memorable trip all round because of the contrasts very difficult to pick the most memorable but Valparasio Casa Higueras we would have loved to have stayed longer and in Vina del Mar.DS, Chesham
I loved the desert and my husband liked Patagonia. The lunch in the Casablanca wine valley was outstanding.SD,
Mount Fitz Roy and Los Torres, particularly the Pliegue tumblado walk.DS, Leatherhead
Chile felt safe and modest, a delight to visit.NH, Bridgewater
Highlight?: The Grey GlacierJC, Ipswich
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