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Where to Stay in Chile

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Where to stay in Chile

Offering a range of options from beautiful boutique hotels to ranch style wineries and luxury eco-camping, there is something to accommodate all tastes. We aim to make your home from home as much of an experience as the attractions themselves. In Atacama, find boutique hotels built from adobe that blends in with the desert, in Torres del Paine enjoy a waterfall on your doorstep, and the formidable horns from your window, or a vineyard in your own back garden in the Central Valley.

Below is a selection of some our preferred accommodations in Chile, but if you are looking for something truly specific then one of our specialists will find an ideal retreat for you.


EcoCamp Patagonia

EcoCamp prides itself in being Chile’s first fully sustainable accommodation, complete with green technology. The camp comprises a network of geodesic domes all of which are connected; there are 33 accommodation domes as well as two main communal domes where breakfast and dinner is usually served as well as an extra yoga dome which offers yoga lessons most days of the week. The four different types of domes available range from the standard dome to the suite lofts; the standard domes accommodate two people in each and have access to a communal bathroom. The superior suites and suite loft domes all have their own private bathroom and are heated. The suite loft dome is ideal for families with older children as the accommodation is spread across two floors and can sleep up to four people. All of the domes within EcoCamp are interconnected using raised corridors in order to ensure as little damage to the environment as possible.

Awasi Patagonia

This Relais & Chateaux property is built to complement its natural surroundings, Awasi Patagonia consists of 14 stunning modern lodges perfectly integrated into the stunning landscape of Chilean Patagonia. Located in a private reserve spanning 4,500 hectares, this lodge is a haven for those wanting to escape modern life and get in touch with nature. Each villa also comes with a private guide and private 4x4 vehicle. Located in a private reserve offering total seclusion from the outside world, this lodge offers fantastic views of the surrounding forest, Sarmiento Lake and the wider Torres del Paine National Park. The main attraction here is the awe-inspiring setting. Awasi Patagonia has worked with local government to purchase land that will allow for local wildlife to thrive, giving guests the opportunity to view pumas in and around Torres del Paine National Park. Other excursions include cycling trips, guided safaris and nature trail walks.

Nayara Hangaroa

A magical and sacred place, Nayara Hangaroa is located on Easter Island in Chile. "Rapa Nui," the native name of the island, is a destination with a unique development and history. Found throughout the island are over 900 statues, Moais, made of volcanic rock, some more than 33 feet. How they were built and transported remains a mystery to this day. At Nayara Hangaroa, the team takes pride in showing guests what makes this remote and enigmatic island so special. Their story is about stunning natural beauty, mysterious statues and connecting guests with a sacred and vibrant culture. Understated luxury awaits as you explore. Choose from accommodations that bring the outside in, with floor-to-ceiling windows that invite lights and sounds of the waves to interact with the decor. Dining concepts on-property offer sustainable and healthy options using local and seasonal products.

Vina Vik

Set in the Colchagua Valley and surrounded by vineyards, Vik Chile is a remote escape where you can slow down and relax over a glass of fine wine. The place is a brainchild of Alexander Vik, a Norwegian-Uruguayan billionaire who had a dream of combining a designer hotel with a winery that would put Colchagua Valley on the map of world-class winemaking. Each of the 22 suites is entirely unique and not just on a surface level. The Viks poured all their energy in finding the right collaborators to shape the spaces: among them Takeo Hanazawa, a Japanese artist who worked on Shogun Master Suite, and Chilean Realist artist Alvaro Gabler who spent six months covering Gabler's Grisalla suite in art from floor to ceiling (quite literally). The furniture was sourced personally by the owners and ranges from salvaged antiques to commissioned one-off pieces for specific suites. No matter which room you choose, you’ll feel like you’re staying in a miniature art gallery.

Tierra Chiloe

A true architectural delight set with the mysterious backdrop of the Chiloe Archipelago, just off the coast of Chile, Tierra Chiloe is a luxurious boutique hotel the exudes elegance. In one of the most exclusive areas, its hand-crafted interiors are about 18 kilometres from the capital city of Castro, on the banks of the Rilan Peninsula. A true treat for the senses, Tierra Chiloe has a warm and welcoming atmosphere and modern design with 24 well-appointed guest rooms.The rooms are all alike (although some are very slightly larger, built to fit harmoniously with the natural landscape. Room fittings and furnishings are kept simple and tasteful, combining the traditions of the archipelago with modern living with a use of fine woods and locally crafted materials. Inside your room you will find a sumptuous bed on polished wooden floors, a small seating area and a magnificent picture window and views to Quinchao Island and the interior sea Amenities include a hairdryer and a safe box. On the ground floor there is a long, raised restaurant and just below it an expansive seating area and bar. There is also a small wine tasting room downstairs. Make sure to take a dip in the lodge's heated outdoor swimming pool to relax after a long day of activities.

Nayara Alto Atacama Lodge & Spa

Located between Chile’s Cordillera de la Sal and below the ancient fortress of Pukara de Quitor, Nayara Alto Atacama is an exclusive hideaway that blends seamlessly into its natural desert surroundings. The eco-friendly resort connects guests with the planet and themselves. Whether they are in search of a cultural immersion or adrenaline-pumping experience, curated excursions led by a team of guides to discover the desert landscapes provide endless entertainment. Back on property, guests can enjoy R&R at the spa, select from six pools to sunbathe, meditate at Lake Tilo, or enjoy the adobe architecture of their accommodations. As night falls, take in the clearest view of the famous star-filled Atacama Desert skies from a private outdoor observation deck or by a bonfire with Chilean wine in hand.

Awasi Atacama

Awasi was built on an ancient site, where for centuries travellers have been coming to rest and fetch supplies before continuing with their desert adventure. This intimate hotel ensures a unique and personal experience for each guest, with their own guide and driver ready to organise their entire stay. The 8 cottages are complete with sumptuous outdoor spaces and shaded by thatched roofs.

Explora Rapa Nui

Built to minimise environmental impact without sacrificing luxury or authenticity, this 30 room lodge was constructed in a spot unfit for agricultural use, with no architectural remains. Rocks were excavated and used as a base and wood was brought over from the mainland, about 3,700km away, over the world’s most transparent waters.

Tierra Atacama

Relatively new in the area, Tierra Atacama has totally stolen the limelight. Located a five minute cycle ride from San Pedro de Atacama, it features some outstanding surroundings and luxuriously spacious accommodation, really making the most out of the outside space. Met on arrival by the fantastic guides, you will learn your options during your stay, which go all the way from visiting the Altiplanico Lagoons and Salar de Tara, to the Tatio Geisers and Machuca, a tiny village, surrounded by nature. All the rooms here feature private terraces and stunning views of the Licancabur volcano and feature elegant minimalist style interiors. Peppered with handmade crafts from the local villages, each room has an authentic feel and unique touches to make you feel at home. There are 3 room types to choose from. Orient offers a romantic ambience for guests, with sublime spaces for two and include Wi-Fi, an outdoor shower, hair dryer and a safe, and you don’t need to worry about getting too hot or too cold, with air-conditioning, central heating and a ceiling fan to keep you at your perfect temperature. Poniente rooms offer a little more space, with an additional bathtub and the family rooms sleep up to six guests, with an en-suite master bedroom upstairs, then two bedrooms with their own bathroom downstairs.

Tierra Patagonia

This eye-popping hotel has a wonderful architecture that draws your attention straight away, despite the otherworldly Patagonian landscape that surrounds you. Located nestled behind a little bluff on the Patagonian Steppe, Tierra Patagonia is casually luxurious with a stunning interior, akin to that of an elegant ski chalet.There are 40 rooms, featuring a Scandinavian-style design, and some communal spaces that are impossible to draw yourself away from. Rooms are available as standard, family apartments, superior and suites and are all filled with light, offering stunning views through picture windows. Standard rooms feature a bath tub in the bedroom, superior rooms have a larger bathroom ad family apartments are essentially two superior rooms interconnected, sleeping up to six guests. Suites are over two storeys and have huge floor to ceiling windows to make the most of that view right over the Paine massif. All rooms and suites feature traditional Patagonian details and feature wooden clad walls, giving you that feeling of being in a cosy, homely place, right in the Chilean wilderness. They also all have powerful rain showers.