- Set on a lake looking across the famous granite towers of Torres del Paine National Park, sleek wooden Tierra Patagonia blends perfectly into the isolated windswept Chilean steppe but still manages to be a haven of laid-back luxury.
- Stunning contemporary design and lovely common areas, all with incredible views.
- A member of the prestigious National Geographic Unique Lodges of the World Collection.
- Explore the region on horseback with a local huaso guide.
- Join Patagonian guides on a variety of hikes, from a lakeside walk to a trek atop a glacier.
- Try your luck catching salmon for supper on a fly-fishing excursion.
- Savor excellent, locally sourced cuisine and sample fine Chilean vintages while enjoying an expansive view.
- Relax with a massage or a soak in the heated pool after a day of exploring.
- 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.
EXCLUSIVE LUXE VOYAGER VIP BENEFITS & BEST PRICE
We negotiate rates & benefits for our clients directly with the hotels’ senior management. Our rates match or in many cases are lower than the best online rate for the property. Our clients also enjoy a suite of extra VIP privileges and recognition while staying at a partner hotel.
- Complimentary room upgrade on arrival.
- Daily complimentary buffet breakfast for two.
- Up to $100 dining or spa credit per stay, and or in-house dining / spa discounts.
- Welcome amenities (wine/chocolates/fruit) and card from the GM.
- Complimentary private airport transfers.
- Complimentary roll-away bed if required.
- Early check-in and late check-out.
- Complimentary Wi-Fi.
- Enhanced recognition through VIP status at all touch points in the guest experience.
A complete or partial suite of VIP benefits will be offered, subject to the property T&C, including availability, category of room & length of stay.
Brace yourself for a thrill as you pedal through the landscapes of Cañadón Macho on this biking excursion. From the Laguna Azul area, we gear up, hop on our bikes and head off, riding mainly downhill for the first section of our trail. The area is heavily populated with guanaco, with sentinels watching out for the herd on the top of the hills. In the background, the Three Towers pierce the sky as we head towards the hotel.
You can opt to cycle all the way back to Tierra Patagonia, or jump back in the support vehicle when you’re ready to rest – the choice is yours.
Hidden to the north east of Torres del Paine National Park, La Porfiada is an out of the way area, part of the Cerro Guido Estanica. We drive north to Laguna Azul, before heading away from the crowds to this remote area, close to the border with Argentina. The ride is mainly downhill, through lenga and ñirre woodlands where native birds and animals can be spotted in the wilderness. At the end, we are rewarded with an incredible view towards the northeast side of the Paine massif, including the famous “Torres del Paine”. We meet our driver at Laguna Azul and return to the hotel.
Following a short 20 minute drive, we arrive at the Entre Lagos section of Estancia Cerro Guido (Cerro Guido ranch). Here we dress with chaps and hard hats before mounting our horses and setting off towards the Sierra del Toro, and down towards Lake Sarmiento with panoramic views of the Paine Massif, ending at the hotel. This ride requires previous riding experience, as it is not on a marked trail.
It’s not everyday that you visit Torres del Paine National Park. Our scenic voyages were designed to ensure that you can see as much as possible during your stay with us. They are also lighter excursions with easy walking trails great for photography.
Birdwatching in Patagonia is an incredible experience. The endless pampa, thick forests and changeable microclimates of Torres del Paine are home to a surprising number of native bird species, best seen in the early hours, when the local wildlife is at its most active.
Witness remnants of the indigenous Aonikenk culture, part of the regional heritage of Patagonia on this hike. The Aonikenk were hunter-gatherer nomads who used the rocks as a canvas to convey messages to one another, which we can still see to this day in the form of cave paintings displayed on rocky outcrops.
Kayaking on Lake Grey is a privilege. The glacial waters create a peaceful sanctuary and while the towering ice sculptures may feel imposing, they also evoke a sense of child-like wonder and a beauty which is hard to describe. Sunlight pierces the ice blocks and the color changes from deep blue to a sparkling mass. In the distance you can hear the crack and heave of the Grey Glacier.
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.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 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.
Standard Rooms offer magnificent views of Torres del Paine and feature the bathtub in the bedroom. The rooms are 36 square meters and the room can be arranged with a king bed or two twin beds. Rooms are equipped with safes, hairdryers, heaters, telephones and decorated with handcrafted furniture, locally sourced textiles and uniquely Patagonian details.
Split over two levels, the generously sized suites feature a cozy living room on the top floor and a large double room with en suite downstairs. Rooms are equipped with safes, heaters, hairdryers, telephones and decorated with handcrafted furniture, locally sourced textiles and uniquely Patagonian details. The bathroom has a separate shower, bathtub and washbasin. The views are of the lake and the Torres del Paine mountain range.
Superior rooms are 36 square meters and can be arranged with either a king or two twin beds. Rooms are equipped with safes, hairdryers, heaters, telephones and decorated with handcrafted furniture, locally sourced textiles and uniquely Patagonian details. The bathroom has a separate bathtub, shower and washbasin. The views are of the lake and the Torres del Paine mountain range.
Family apartments are made up of two interconnected Superior rooms that can sleep up to six people. The apartments can be arranged with a variety of bed types, depending on requirements. Made up of two interconnecting Superior rooms, the apartments feature two bathrooms as well as amazing views of the Torres del Paine mountain range. Rooms are equipped with safes, hairdryers, heaters, telephones and decorated with handcrafted furniture, locally sourced textiles and uniquely Patagonian details. The bathrooms have a separate bathtub, shower and washbasin.
Our Patagonian cuisine is an irresistible mix of hearty stews, slow-cooked soups and tasty dishes, sourced from the nearby estancias surrounding our lodge. Our contemporary approach to both cooking techniques and the ingredients we use results in a broad, varied menu suitable for all tastes, preferences and diets.Our onsite chef then prides himself on serving up sophisticated dishes, akin to those found in top-notch city center restaurants which, in this entirely remote location, is all the more indulgent.
Warm lighting and softwood tones feel as if you are dining in a true nature sanctuary, particularly as the wild, Patagonian steppe unfolds on the other side of the restaurant’s windows. This space truly is a ‘room with a view’ and at times will showcase the local climate’s whirlwind weather and wildlife at play, during a single sitting.
After a day of action and evening of heartwarming food, our grand circular bar is just the place to finish the night. Patagonian beers and some of Chile’s greatest wine labels are there for your enjoyment, not to mention our signature Calafate Sour, a flavor that can only be found in Patagonia.
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.
The highlight of Uma Spa is our heated, indoor pool, complete with hydro-massage and water jets, all encased in a glass-paneled sanctuary, offering views of the wild surroundings. It’s not unusual to spot Patagonian wildlife from here either. Our spa circuit incorporates various temperatures and spaces to restore, relax or revitalize, including a pool, steam room, and soothing relaxation spaces. Outside, our open-air whirlpool tub offers the chance to soak in warm waters, while taking in views of Torres Del Paine and perhaps even spotting a guanaco or ñandú which has wandered up to the hotel.
Enter a zen-like state in our treatment rooms, with aromatherapy oils, peaceful sounds and soft lighting. Our wellness space, which includes a yoga studio and separate relaxation rooms for men and women, is clad in warm, locally sourced wood and stone, while treatments and therapies use all-natural ingredients. Take your pick from an extensive list of facials, massages, body wraps, scrubs and alternative therapies, designed to open up your ‘prana’, or ‘life force’, promoting positive thoughts and wellbeing./p>