Hosteria Lago Grey
Torres del Paine, Chile
At a Glance
Ideally located in the national park with views to the Paine horns, glacier landscapes and floating icebergs
Excellent hiking trails right by the lodge
Simple but comfortable cabin style accommodation - the newly refurbished rooms are recommended
One of the more affordable options in Torres del Paine where the skies are the limit
A friendly welcome and hearty food is served at the restaurant
The Hosteria offers exclusive boat trips out on the lake to visit the biggest glacier in Torres del Paine
Call us on 858 345 1763 to start planning your vacation to Hosteria Lago Grey or take a look at our itineraries to Patagonia
Hosteria Lago Grey offers 30 spacious and comfortable rooms with a restaurant and bar. Most of the rooms have lake views overlooking the millenarian ices of Grey Glacier and the conservatory is perfect for relaxing.
The hosteria offers an ideal base from which to explore the National Park. It is also possible to take part in many activities from Hosteria Lago Grey such as sailing to the base of the glacier in their own vessel, Grey II, ice trekking or walking and admiring the scenery and nature around the park.
The Hotel has 60 spacious and comfortable rooms at Superior and Standard levels. The 36 Superior rooms overlook the stunning Paine and Grey Lake and Glacier. All rooms are comfortable, with heating and Wi-Fi, and are surrounded by nature and the beautiful scenery of Torres del Paine National Park.
Children are welcome at Hosteria Lago Grey 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.
Location & Directions
Torres del Paine, Chile
Hosteria Lago Grey is located on the shores of Lago Grey in the Torres del Paine National Park, in central Patagonia.
When to go
Early summer (November) can be lovely, and in late summer and autumn (March) the colors 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.