Hotel Las Torres — Torres del Paine, Chile

Hotel Las Torres is located in the Central Sector right at the trail head for the Las Torres Base trek.

Visit Hotel Las Torres:

The main building has the front desk and the Pionero Lounge, which is a large, cozy lounge/bar area. They offer homemade beer and craft cocktails. Lunch is served in the bar. There is also a lounge/sitting area in each section of rooms.

To the right is the excursion area where the guides will walk you through what excursions are available each day. Past that is the restaurant and past that is the spa.

It has 82 rooms and 2 suites. Each room has 1 king or 2 twin beds, closet, desk and chair, large windows that open, bath and shower combo (small tub).

The spa has 1 private jacuzzi, 2 private dry saunas, and 2 massage rooms. Everything is at an additional charge.

There are stables for 200 horses and an organic farm.

There is an interpretive trail by the hotel, which takes about 30 minutes. It is well laid out and interesting.

Breakfast is a large buffet and eggs made to order right in front of you. There is a large menu for dinner.

You receive a gift bag of a metal water bottle, snack bag, and neck pillow.

It is a 2 hour drive from Puerto Natales. At 1hr40m, you reach the park entrance where you show your entrance ticket (driver has). They have nice vans with reclining seats and USB charging ports. It is 5 hours to Punta Arenas and 5 hours to El Calafate.

The Lamb Experience dinner is a special experience where you share a lamb that is slow cooked for 6 hours over a fire in the middle of the room. There are also roasted vegetables, wine, dessert, and hot mulled wine. It is offered every night in high season and every other night in shoulder season. This is for up to 15 people in a separate building. It is included in the all-inclusive program, or it is extra.

Hotel Las Torres Lamb Dinner:

  • Wine
  • Grilled Potatoes, Giant carrots, Red peppers, Onions, Apples, Squash
  • Salad
  • Lamb over an open fire
  • Bread
  • Stewed Peaches and barley in sweet sauce
  • Hot mulled wine
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