The spirit of Tierra Patagonia Hotel and Spa
The award-winning architecture of the Tierra Patagonia Hotel and Spa blends perfectly with the breathtaking surrounds of the Torres del Paine National Park, which was declared a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve in 1978. Here, with sensational views of the park and the hotel’s nearby Lake Sarmiento, guests can retreat to spacious rooms, beautifully appointed with hand-crafted furniture, locally sourced textiles and uniquely Patagonian details. Each of the rooms feature a king-sized bed or two twin beds, according to your preference, and has a luxurious bathtub nestled in the bedroom. The ensuite bathroom also features a separate shower.
The hotel’s guest areas include an inviting fireplace, cosy sitting room, a convivial bar area, a well-stocked library, TV room and a charming dining room. All of the interiors have been decorated with furnishings and textiles handmade by Chilean craftsmen and draw inspiration from the surrounding estancias and influences from the local Tehuelche people. The Tierra Patagonia Hotel and Spa centres its philosophy on an “adventure spa” concept. Here guests can embark on exceptional activities such as nature hikes, horse riding, scenic excursions and bicycle rides, all tailored according to your fitness levels, before unwinding with a soul-soothing treatment at the hotel’s first-class Uma Spa.
What we love about Tierra Patagonia Hotel and Spa
- Enjoy a tranquil nature walk along the black shoreline of Lake Sarmiento. The lake is a geo-site under study by the Sociedad Geologica de Chile because of the presence of extremely rare formations called thrombolites.
- Make use of the Uma Spa’s outdoor Jacuzzi, sauna, steam baths and luxurious treatments after an adventure-filled day of sightseeing.
- The hotel supports local adventure suppliers. Be sure to partake in an additional activity such as kayaking, ice hiking or fly-fishing (subject to availability).
- In your quiet times, we suggest retreating to a cosy chair in one of the guest areas, with a delicious Chilean glass of wine, and take in the exceptional panoramic views of the lake and the mountains. Be sure to take a camera with you as you might have the opportunity to view a guanaco (Patagonian camelid) or ñandú (a type of ostrich) stroll by. Condors can often be seen negotiating the fierce Patagonian winds too