The 4-star Hotel Las Torres lies at the heart of Torres del Paine National Park, surrounded by fine views and stunning scenery so you can connect with nature, with a range of comfortable rooms.
Accommodation consists of 84 rooms in four categories: Lenga (standard): small but comfortable in the original part, with heating, private bathroom with tub, WiFi and hairdryer; Canelo (superior): similar but somewhat larger; Ciprés (superior): new, spacious and comfortable, with large panoramic windows and decorated with traditional weavings, ethnic masks, and hand-crafted furniture; and Suites: the largest of all with a minibar, lounge and jacuzzi where you can relax and enjoy the views.
The restaurant serves both Patagonian and international cuisine, using many ingredients that are produced on site. Cattle, sheep and pigs are raised just a few minutes from the kitchen, and much of the fresh produce is grown in greenhouses, while the kitchen garden provides delicacies such as strawberries, raspberries and cherries – all of which are organic. In high season (Nov-Feb) most meals are buffet-style, with a choice of high quality meats, desserts, etc.
Trails to the most renowned parts of the national park start just outside the hotel, including the one to the base of the Torres. A full programme of full-day and half-day excursions includes gentle walks to see flora and fauna with specialised guides, drives to the most attractive spots in the park, treks of different levels of difficulty, and horseback rides with experienced gauchos. These offer an exceptional opportunity to see the beauty of the mountains, and understand the region’s complex flora and fauna, as well as the geological events that created the Paine Massif. The hotel also operates a daily private minibus shuttle service to Punta Arenas, Puerto Natales and El Calafate in Argentina.
Available*: Jan-Dec* The dates shown are when the accommodation is generally available. Please enquire for specific availability.
is featured in the following itinerary:
Join renowned photographer Nick Garbutt on this incredible journey to the heart of Patagonia, refuge to a wealth of wildlife and a major stronghold for the region's top predator, the puma. Get close to king penguins at Tierra del Fuego and enjoy whale watching in the rugged wilderness of the Strait of Magellan.
When to go: Nov-Dec
Duration inc. flights: 17 days
Price inc. flights: From £11,220 pp
Trip type: Group tour
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Chilean Patagonia’s premier attraction is a scenic mix of craggy peaks, glacial lakes, icefields and green valleys – a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve. The omnipresent Paine Massif, a magnificent set of rocky spires formed from granite and sedimentary rock, dominates the landscape.
Where: Última Esperanza Province
Ideal for viewing: Andean condor, South American grey fox, guanaco, puma, South Andean deer