Where to Stay
Torres del Paine, Patagonia, Chile


The Singular

YOU WANT to stay here! Lap up luxury after a long day hiking. On the shores of Señoret Channel and overlooked by mountains, this luxe hotel in a former historic warehouse is 5 km from Museo Histórico Municipal and 50 km from Torres del Paine national park. The plush, minimalist rooms include floor-to-ceiling windows with sound and mountain views, as well as free Wi-Fi, satellite TV and minibars. Suites add separate living areas. Room service is offered 24/7.
Breakfast is free. Amenities include 2 chic fine-dining restaurants and a hip lounge bar. There’s a luxe spa with treatment rooms, an indoor/outdoor heated pool and a sauna, plus a steam room and a hot tub. Nature excursions are available. 


Rio Serrano

Offering views of the mountains in Torres del Paine National Park, this relaxed stone-and-timber hotel is a minute’s walk from the Serrano River.  This is where Packed Perfectly stayed. Warmly decorated rooms offer mountain views and sitting areas, plus safes. Upgraded rooms add balconies.

A breakfast buffet is complimentary. There’s a cozy restaurant with a bar, and a casual lounge with a pool table and a fireplace, as well as a furnished terrace and outdoor fire pits. Massages, and activities such as horseback riding and guided hikes are offered for a surcharge.



Estancias are a key part of the Patagonian heritage and lifestyle and the estancias in Torres del Paine are a great base from which to explore the region on horseback. However, for those less inclined to spend their trip on a horse, estancias are best used for a short, one-night stay after a tiring W Trek, on your way to the next stop of your adventure. They provide an interesting feel for the cultural ways of the locals for a day or so but most people tend to move on after that.

Estancia Cerro Guido is the biggest in Torres del Paine with 101,000 hectares of land. This working estancia has the peace and comfort of a hotel, but with the character of a traditional estancia. You will sleep in houses that display their heritage of the Chilean farmers who once lived in them. A beautiful location on the border of the national park, where you can enjoy horse-riding, a Patagonian BBQ or simply explore the grounds of the estancia.