Tierra Patagonia, located on the edge of the Torres del Paine National Park brings cutting edge design, casual but exclusive accommodation, a superb range of outdoor excursions and legendary Chilean hospitality to one of Chile's most iconic destinations.
At a Glance
Stunning contemporary design and lovely common areas, all with incredible views
Blends seamlessly with the isolated windswept Chilean steppe
After a full day's activities in and around Torres del Paine Park, take a dip in the indoor pool or relax at the Uma Spa
Approximately an hour's drive to the main areas of interest within the park and overlooks Lago Sarmiento to the park's famous granite peaks
The hotel offers excellent all-inclusive packages that include all meals, bar, airport transfers and guided excursions
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The intimate Tierra Patagonia, with only 40 guest rooms and suites, occupies a unique location on the shores of Lake Sarmiento, at the entrance to Torres del Paine National Park and UNESCO Biosphere Reserve, enveloped by stunning 180 degree views of the legendary Paine Massif, one of the most photographed landmarks of the Patagonian region. Tierra Patagonia is located on Cerro Guido, one of the largest original estancias in this part of Chile.
The design of the hotel suggests a weathered and worn fossil blending with the natural flow and geology of the Pampa as it reaches the lake and then the mountains of the Paine range. Three of Chile’s leading architects, Cazu Zegers, Roberto Benavente, and Rodrigo Ferrer, designed the hotel to minimize the impact on the land while maximizing the awe-inspiring views. The minimalistic interiors offer a sense of tranquility and solace from the extreme elements of the outdoors, for guests to relax and feel at home.
Tierra Patagonia offers an all-inclusive program including all meals, daily excursions, open bar of house drinks and wines, and the use of the spa facilities. Choose from a range of exciting excursions from trekking to horse-riding and mountain biking. An example of an exclusive Tierra Patagonia excursion is a fabulous horseback ride to the Condoreras near the Segunda Barranca with views of the pampas and surrounding area and a walk to see Andean Condors.
Wellness and pampering is central to the guest experience at Tierra Patagonia. After a full day's activities in and around Torres del Paine Park, take a dip in the indoor pool or relax at the Uma Spa.
Food and wine is an important part of the Tierra Patagonia experience. The hotel’s chef utilizes local seafood from the Magellan Straights, lamb and beef from neighboring ranches, as well as local Calafate berries to prepare healthy delicious meals.
Tierra Patagonia has been designed so that all guest rooms have spectacular views across the lake to Paine Massif and peaks of the Torres del Paine National Park. Accommodation types include three generous-sized two-storey design suites, 34 superior rooms (of which ten can be connected to make five family rooms sleeping up to six people (one double room and the other twin, or have up to two bunk beds for up to four children) and three standard rooms, which have the bathtub in the room itself.
Children are welcome to come and at the hotel however better for older children 8 years and upwards due to the nature of the excursions. Family friendly two bedroom apartments are available.
Tierra's hotel and spa facilities include a living room, bar, guides´ presentation room, TV room and dining room. There is wireless internet available in the public areas.
Tierra Patagonia's excursions are led by very knowledgeable, skilled and experienced guides. Go on a breathtaking trek, horseback ride across the Patagonian steppe and an marvel at the dramatic scenery on an exhilarating mountain hike. The guides will show you all corners of the National Park as well as areas less traveled, take you to world famous locations and to meet locals who live and work in this unique setting.
Location & Directions
Located on the shore of Lake Sarmiento, only 10 minutes from the entrance to Torres del Paine National Park, a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve Site.
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. In the peak summer months of January and February the trails in the park are much busier at this time. At any time of year, Torres del Paine has its own microclimate: unpredictable. Expect four seasons in one day.