Modernist architecture, astounding views and a light, spacious accommodation.
Looking out onto Last Hope Sound and beyond to distant mountains from Puerto Natales in Patagonian Chile.
Accommodation & Facilities
Each of the 72 rooms are essentially the same (although available as twin or double), light, airy and fresh in appearance, as well as being nice, warm and cosy (great for winter exploration). Beds are large and comfortable and bright hand-woven blankets add a flash of colour. Accommodation looks modern, but you won’t find Wi-Fi or TV’s in your rooms in the hope you will detach from your urban lifestyle during your time here. If you need an internet connection for whatever reason, there is one in the communal lounge. Rooms are all en-suite with big baths, showers and toiletries, you can also see the view from here with a window through to the bedroom.
The rooms and the communal areas have slanted windows, mimicking the windswept windows of old buildings in Patagonia. The bar is a great place to relax at the end of the day or you can head to the Remota spa where you will find the infinity pool, indoor and outdoor Jacuzzi and massage parlour.
Cuisine here is excellent, using the freshest possible ingredients personally selected by Chilean chef, Rene Espinoza.
The range of excursions here is excellent as you are staying outside of Torres del Paine National Park.hikes and kayaking within the park are available, however Remota has some exclusive trails so you won’t see anyone else on your explorations. Activities include mountain biking and bird watching along the shores of Lago Sofia, visit a traditional Patagonian farm or climb steep Cerro Benitez. You can also ride horse-back accompanies by Chilean gauchos to a special viewpoint overlooking Puerto Natales and Last Hope Sound. An arduous hike up to Torres Base Camp allows you to see the famous towers at close range, visit the stunning and very quiet Pingo Valley or relax via a boat trip to the Balmaceda and Serrano glaciers.