This grandiose stone-and-wood hot springs resort sits on the edge of Parque Nacional Puyehue. It's an enormous hotel, with three restaurants, four bars, a movie theater, bowling alley, and a long slate of activities from darts to skiing in addition to the thermal pools. The rooms and common areas here mix starkly modern and 19th-century Germanic features: chrome, hardwoods, and even some modern art. The hotel's all-inclusive concept incorporates meals, drinks, excursions, and use of the pools and thermal baths in the price of the room. If not staying as a guest, an all-day pass to the springs and pools, with meals included, is 50,000 pesos weekdays and 55,000 pesos on weekends and holidays.