The readers of Condé Nast Traveller Magazine chose Explora Patagonia as the best hotel in the Americas. The lodge is located right at the heart of the extraordinary Torres del Paine National Park in central Patagonia. The varied and untouched landscapes of this area led UNESCO to declare it a World Biosphere Reserve.
The Patagonia hotel lodge opened in 1993 on the banks of the Salto Chico waterfall. It affords an excellent view of the unique Paine Massif and two of the three impressive towers, which give the park its name. The lodge has 50 rooms and a variety of inviting spaces.
Situated on a 3-hectare (7.4-acre) site, the design borrows certain organic forms from the landscape itself, adapting to it with simple elegance. It was designed to create harmony with its surroundings, bringing those who visit closer to the magnificence of nature. For travelers, the lodge provides unexpected comfort in a remote region of the world.