Patagonia, Chile

Patagonia Camp

Rates per night from$595.00

Price information

If you haven’t entered any dates, the rate shown is provided directly by the hotel and represents the cheapest double room (including tax) available in the next 60 days.

Prices have been converted from the hotel’s local currency (USD595.00), via openexchangerates.org, using today’s exchange rate.

Suite Yurt

  • 2guests
  • 1crib - free for ages 0 to 4
Dressed with local handicraft (carved furnishings, woven throws and hangings), and with a central ‘skylight’ for stargazing and to let in natural light, this yurt (28sq m) is a step up from your usual camping digs. There’s a private Jacuzzi on the 25sq m furnished terrace with romantic views of the Torres del Paine National Park; within there’s a soft king-size bed (can be made up as twins on request), a furnished private terrace, and a wood-lined, fully plumbed bathroom with a combined bath tub and shower, and twin sinks. Tea- and coffee-making kit is included, and all yurts have central heating, a workspace, safe box and Alelí Natural biodegradable bath products. There’s no WiFi, all the better for communing with nature…

Deluxe Yurt

  • 2guests
  • 1crib - free for ages 0 to 4
Look out over the Torres del Paine National Park and Lake Toro from your own private terrace – one of the luxurious touches that make these yurts (28sq m) one of Chile’s coolest camping experiences. There’s also a ‘skylight’ dome over the king-size bed so you can lie and look out at the stars and they’re decorated with locally made furnishings and fabrics. The ensuite bathroom is wood-lined, private and fully plumbed, with a rain shower over a bath tub and twin sinks, and all yurts have central heating, a workspace, safe box and Alelí Natural biodegradable bath products. Tech-addicts should note there’s no WiFi, but with so much natural beauty, you’ll likely not notice. The bed can be made up as twins on request, too.

Family Yurt

  • 3guests
These two-bedroom yurts (48sq m), which sleep up to four guests (please contact the Smith24 team to book this yurt for four), have a traditional Chilean touch to them, with handcrafted furnishings and fabrics sourced in local villages. There’s a private terrace and a Jacuzzi with views of Lake Toro and the neighbouring national park, and within there’s a domed ‘skylight’ so that guests can stargaze from the bed. The private ensuite bathroom has a shower over a bath tub and twin sinks, and all yurts have central heating, a workspace, safe box and Alelí Natural biodegradable bath products. Whie here, put your iPhones aside, there’s no WiFi, so guests should be inspired to admire the surroundings.