Chilean architect Sebastian Irarrazabel was given free rein to redesign this building along a nautical theme; inside, a maze of gangplanks, ramps, and staircases shoot out across cavernous open spaces, minimalist wood panels line walls and ceilings, and water burbles down a waterfall that borders the central walkway. Rooms have amazing views down the Canal Señoret, stretching as far as the Mt. Balmaceda glacier and the Paine Grande. Blankets are made of hand-woven wool, copper shower heads are comically large, but only the suites have stand-alone baths. With three open-air Jacuzzis, a sauna, and massage benches with a view, the rooftop spa is a treat for the senses. Downstairs, common spaces are filled with plush couches and hammock chairs. They have great excursion guides. Ask for one of the corner rooms—they have windows along two walls.