Need to know
Noon, but flexible, subject to availability. Earliest check-in, 4pm, also flexible where possible.
Double rooms from $2246.67.
Rates include all meals, transfers and excursions.
1 May to 1 October every year.
At the hotel
Free WiFi in communal areas, private guides and 4WD vehicles. In rooms: minibars, hot tubs, iPod docks, Nespresso machines and L’Occitane bath products.
Our favourite rooms
Each of the 12 wooden villas is as spectacular in reality as they look in the pictures, with fireplaces, outdoor hot tubs and windows showcasing the Torres del Paine, as well as cosy sheepskin rugs, wool blankets and wood-burning stoves. Groups should book the Master Villa, which has two bedrooms and bathrooms. For the most privacy, opt for the cabin furthest away from the main lodge.
Bring alpaca-wool ponchos, straw chupalla hats and – depending how seriously you’re taking being in the land of the gauchos – a pair of bombacha trousers.
The villas and their bathrooms are accessible for wheelchair users. There’s no spa, but in-room massages can be arranged and each suite has an outdoor hot tub.
Over-fives welcome. Extra beds can be added; the two-bedroom Master Villa is best suited to families. Cots and carseats can be provided, as can highchairs and child-friendly menus.
Over-fives and older children who will appreciate the soaring natural beauty and enjoy the activities on offer.
The Master Villa, which has two bedrooms, two bathrooms and room for an extra bed.
Over-fives are allowed in the restaurant at any time of day and a dedicated menu is offered; staff will heat up baby milk and food on request. Highchairs are available.
As much locally sourced, seasonal food grown on-site is featured in the hotel restaurant’s menu. Everything that can be is recycled or composted, including grey water, and the hotel offsets its carbon emissions. Awasi Patagonia’s construction used local woods that match the surroundings.