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Las Torres Patagonia

At a Glance

    Pros

  • friendly and efficient
  • homey atmosphere
  • couldn't be closer to the mountains

    Cons

  • not cheap and prices keep rising
  • may be closer to the mountains, but the views are more sweeping at Explora or Rio Serrano

Las Torres Patagonia Review

Owned by one of the earliest families to settle in what became the park, Las Torres has a long history, and is the closest hotel to the main trails into the heart of the Torres Del Paine massif; originally an estancia, then a popular hosteria, the facility upgraded to a three-night-minimum, all-food-and-excursion-inclusive resort, in the style of Hotel Explora. An extensive lobby bar and restaurant area have a metropolitan feel that belies the hotel's traditional exterior. Stretched across several vast fields, the location is perfect if you want to day-hike to Mirador Torres, one of the park's highlights. The path starts at the front door, and you'll pass a range of weather-beaten hikers finishing weeklong treks. Don't forget to check out the informative mini-museum with the stuffed ñandú.

    Hotel Details

  • 84 rooms.
  • Rate includes breakfast, all-inclusive.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 11-30-2011

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