Tierra Patagonia, Torres del Paine National Park, Chile
Tierra Patagonia Hotel & Spa is located around 15 minutes to the east of the main entrance to Torres del Paine National Park which makes it around an hour's drive from the majority of the famous sights. The property is a fabulous piece of architecture, burying itself in the landscape to make as small an impact as possible. It is an effective approach and the construction does its best to disappear whilst maintaining a stylish and sleek appearance.
There are 40 comfortable rooms at Tierra and all take advantage of the stunning view with their large windows looking out over Lago Sarmiento to the park’s famous granite peaks.
Excursions from the hotel are operated on a small group basis ranging from half day vehicle based tours to full day hikes through the park. They include the famous corners of the park such as the Towers and the shore of Lago Grey and treks through the main reaches of the park and surrounding area. For those looking for something a little more relaxing then Tierra’s Uma Spa is one of the best that Patagonia can offer. It is also home to a gorgeous pool, which is open to all guests.
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