Places to stay in Torres del Paine National Park
Browse below for some of the most luxurious hotels and accommodation in Torres del Paine National Park. Our Torres del Paine National Park travel specialists regularly visit and inspect the accommodation we feature to ensure they are of an exacting standard.
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Escape from the distractions of the outside world at Patagonia’s original design hotel, where modern technology takes a back seat to natural wonders of the Torres del Paine National Park.
Opened in late 2011, Tierra Patagonia is the newest luxury kid on the Torres del Paine block. With no further hotels permitted in the park, it squats inconspicuously on the eastern perimeter, a fluid structure of local wood on the shore of Lake Sarmiento.
Positioned just outside Torres del Paine National Park, this luxury tented camp offers eco-friendly yurt-style accommodation, flavoursome seasonal food and a programme of activities that take in the lagoons, glaciers and soaring peaks of its spectacular location.
It's official, 'glamping' has reached Torres del Paine. EcoCamp Patagonia is the region's first fully sustainable accommodation, offering individual geodesic domes for guests to sleep in. Perched on a ridge just up the road from Hotel Las Torres but with even better views of the park's majestic tow…
Located just south of the park boundary on the sinuous Serrano River, this mid-range hotel is one of the largest in the region and offers easy access to the park and wonderful views across tree-studded grassland to the Paine massif.
Standing at the base of the park's famous granite towers, this former estancia (ranch) could hardly hold a more central position. Yet while this lends itself perfectly to exploring by foot and on horseback, it's actually too close to the enormous towers to view them properly without toppling over b…