Spectacularly located, luxurious design hotel inspired by the simplicity, physical elements, and cultural history of the Patagonian wilderness.
Like its sister hotel in the Atacama Desert, Tierra Patagonia is a contemporary design hotel inspired by the simplicity, physical elements and cultural history of its wilderness environment. It enjoys a particularly magical location, on a bluff overlooking Lake Sarmiento and the entirety of the Torres del Paine massif with its jagged ice-tipped peaks and glaciers snaking down shadowed ravines.
The décor owes something to Scandinavian inspiration: clean, simple lines and honey-coloured wood dominate, but there are plenty of features and details which are purely Patagonian, including hand-crafted furnishings using natural materials from the region and the highest quality workmanship.
A roaring open fire offers a warm welcome when you return from any of the myriad excursions and hikes in the park, which include visits to lesser-visited regions and are offered at no extra cost. Also included in your stay are hearty fresh meals, all drinks, and there's an indoor heated pool and outdoor hot tub to soothe tired limbs.
What our clients say
Just fabulous! Stylish modern hotel with spectacular views out over Lago Sarmiento towards the Torres del Paine massif. (English) manager greets all guests personally and keeps a close eye on all aspects of service. Very good selection of tours available. Fine food and wine....Highlights: Arrival at Tierra Patagonia hotel: and seeing two wild pumas nearby!PG, Oxford
"A stunning hotel with first class service throughout."JT, Ashford
“Tierra Patagonia: quite wonderful, utterly fantastic! The building and rooms are stunning with amazing views over the lake and mountains which change by the hour. The food and drinks were very good and the guides for the walks were knowledgeable and delightful.”RG, Greenwhich
"We cannot rate either Tierra property highly enough and would recommend them to anyone as a luxury option."BM,Macclesfield
Tierra Patagonia has got to be the best format for people like us. Excellent staff and guide attitude plus good food and amazing surroundings. Only let down is the quality of service and staff on reception who could have been working for another hotel.NF Ringwood
Fabulous place.Perfect experience. Very lucky with our guides too.JM, Wantage
Our expert's view
Jim Ashworth - Product & Marketing
Jim first caught the Latin American travel bug in 2001 when he decided at the last minute to join a friend travelling around Central America – he hasn't looked back since.
The stunning design and location of the hotel made me feel like I was alone in the midst of the Patagonian wilderness. Every room and the stylishly furnished restaurant and bar have unobstructed views of Lago Sarmiento and the incredible Torres del Paine massif beyond. After a brilliantly guided excursion in the national park, relaxing with a local cocktail and watching the sunset is an absolute pleasure.
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