Blending seamlessly with its surroundings, the hotel takes on a boxy, yet natural appearance, with wooden cladding on the interior and exterior. This is a luxurious, eco-friendly hotel with a great service and friendly staff.
Overlooking forests, on the south-east border of Lake Llanquihue, one of the largest lakes in South America, the hotel is watched over by the 2,652 metre peak of the Osorno Volcano. This is an unusual area with shrubbery, ravines and little rivers, as well as native trees and lagoons.
Accommodation & Facilities
The building is created from concrete then clad with native wooden panelling on the outside and inside. It is essentially in two parts, public and private. The private part is where you will find the 22 guest rooms, available as standard, suite or master suite, as well as the panoramic terrace. Rooms are very spacious with excellent views and furnishings made from local materials, as well as plush bedding.
The public section of the hotel, connected to the private part via the entrance hall, is where you will find the hotel bar and restaurant. There is also internet access and a laundry facility.
Cuisine here is excellent, served in the Aleli Restaurant and made from products sourced in their own orchards and nursery’s.
From here you can walk to the Llanquihue Lake, go horse riding, fishing or trekking. You can also explore all the little islands and find out about their histories.