Hosteria Las Torres has a wonderful location set on a vast private ranch at the foot of the spectacular Mount Almirante Nieto in the Torres Del Paine National Park. Only a few kilometres from the legendary Paine Towers, the hosteria’s location allows easy access for visitors to explore the breathtaking surroundings and abundant wildlife.
Hosteria Las Torres offers 57 rustic, simple yet comfortable rooms adorned with furnishings and artwork recalling the history and culture of Patagonia, featuring en-suite bathrooms and breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains. The hotel has a fantastic restaurant where guests can enjoy typical regional dishes prepared using fresh produce from the hotel’s organic vegetable garden.
The hosteria offers hiking and horse riding excursions into the Torres del Paine National Park to infamous sites such as Salto Grande and Laguna Verde. After a day of rugged exploration, indulge in one of the spa's many treatments and massages using traditional Chilean ingredients.
Hosteria La Torres offers 57 simple yet cosy en-suite guest rooms adorned with Patagonian furnishings and artwork and feature breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains.
Children are welcome at Hosteria Las Torres although there are no formal children's facilities. A stay here is most likely to suit slightly older children, who will enjoy the adventurous side of exploring the park and will be able to participate in some of the outdoor activities.
The hotel features a restaurant serving authentic Patagonian dishes using ingredients from their very own organic vegetable garden and a spa offering a range of treatments and massages.
Given the hotel's privileged location, a wealth of activities are available including horse riding and hiking excursions into the Torres del Paine National Park. Salto Grande, Laguna Verde and the Grey Glacier are just some of the renowned sites to be explored. One can also experience the life of the authentic Patagonian gaucho.
When to travel
October to April is the best time to visit. Early summer (November) can be lovely, and in late summer and autumn (March) the colours are stunning. But if you’re planning to go riding in the open steppes, midsummer is wonderful. Avoid the peak summer months of January and February, since the trails in the park are particularly crowded at this time. At any time of year, Torres del Paine has its own microclimate: unpredictable. People will often tell you to expect all seasons in a single day.
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Location and directions
Torres del Paine NP, Chile
Near Lake Nordenskjord in the heart of the Torres del Paine National Park, in central Patagonia, Chile.
How to get there
4-hour domestic flight from Santiago to Punta Arenas and 5-hour road transfer. It is also possible to transfer to Torres del Paine by road from El Calafate in Argentina, which is approx 5-hours depending on the border crossing.