PUERTO NATALES HOTELS
Singular / Luxury
A living piece of history, this luxury hotel was created out of an early 20th century storage plant that employed the region's turn-of-the-century pioneers and today honors its past respecting the original architecture and featuring a private Collection of machines, engines and other artifacts from the old plant. Its spectacular water-front location just outside of Puerto Natales provides a beautiful setting overlooking the Andes Mountains and the Fjord of Last Hope Sound from every room for an undeniably intimate connection with Patagonia landscapes.
Indigo / Luxury
This chic hotel is full of character. Designed by renowned Chilean architect Sebastián Irarrázava, every room is small and stylish and almost all have views of the Last Hope fjord and its glaciers. Staying in Indigo is like living in a piece of artwork. The hotel is connected by a maze of wooden planks and stairs and features a hallway waterfall. Make your way to the top floor where you'll find a modern spa with 3 outdoor Jacuzzis in addition to massage and sauna rooms.
Remota / Luxury
Don't be put off by Remota's black, bunker-like exterior, because the inside is a dream. Those massive floor-to-ceiling windows that look silly from the outside are what make the inside so remarkable, offering panoramic Patagonia vistas from almost every corner of the hotel. In addition to a unique stylish and simplistic design, Remota also features open-air Jacuzzis, an infinity pool, a gourmet restaurant, and excellent excursions
Costaustralis / Superior
Facing Last Hope fjord, this impressive nautical-inspired building contains 110 cleanly designed rooms with modern amenities such as wireless Internet and cable TV. Located on the edge of town and next to the water, Costaustralis offers both magnificent Patagonian views as well as in-town convenience.
Weskar / Boutique
Located along the Puerto Natales waterfront and surrounded by 19,686 square feet of Patagonian pastureland, Weskar is a comfortable and charming lodge. The 21 rooms feature natural elements, like wool and woods, and king-sized beds with hand knit quilts. Relax in one of the open-air hot tubs, the cozy den with a rustic fireplace, or at the bar and restaurant that overlook the water.