Torres del Paine Hotels
Torres del Paine Lodging Offers Multiple Options to Stay at the End of the WorldTouring the Torres del Paine National Park in its entirety, may require more than 10 days, depending on the tastes and times of each visitor. The Park has an extension of 227,298 hectares, composed of imposing mountains, rivers, lakes, glaciers and trails that will allow you to enjoy the beautiful flora and fauna of the place.
Torres del Paine, in addition to its immense beauty, is known for having very variable weather conditions that contemplate passing from a sunny day to heavy rain and strong winds throughout the year. Factors that, along with the long days of walking, many times, carrying your backpack, will make at the end of the day, you need a pleasant place to replenish energy and continue with this journey, unique in the world and choosing to travel to Patagonia is a great idea!
The park offers a number of activities for its visitors, as well as a wide range of places to stay. You will find almost a dozen paid and free campsites, in which you must book months in advance, due to the high demand of visitors. There are also 3 shelters and hotels for all tastes.
Campsites, Hostels, and Hotels in Torres del PaineThe accommodations for tours in Torres del Paine, range from very basic services such as a place to camp for only one night, others with a bunk bed to spend the night and hot water for a quick shower before leaving. Most of them, being in a biosphere reserve that seeks to take care of their environment, do not have electricity during the night or establish systems or schedules for saving energy and water. Factor you should consider before booking.
The campsites, Torres, Paso and Italian, are free and require a prior reservation. El Italiano, is located very close to the viewpoint and Valle del Francés. It is one of the park's concessioned campsites. You can leave your tent and backpack and head to the beautiful Nordenskjold lake, which is only 2 hours away.
The Paso camping area is located in a privileged area of the Park, facing the Grey Glacier. Like all free campsites, camping is only allowed for 1 night. Very close to him, is the John Garner pass, ideal spot for taking pictures.
Camping el Chileno: It is one of the best known camping and shelter. It is located 2 hours walk from Laguna Amarga sector. And on the ascent path to Base Torres, an hour and a half away. From this sector you return to the Las Torres base sector or continue to Los Cuernos. Offers bed in shared rooms in Shelter and Camping. In addition, food service and rental of tents and sleeping bags.
On the other hand, if you are looking for a little more comfort, we recommend Nash Serrano Shelter, which is located in the town of Serrano on the banks of the river of the same name, surrounded by the beautiful nature that characterizes Patagonia and with an imposing view to the Paine mountain range. This refuge is equipped with excellent facilities and comfortable rooms, twin, private singles or shared quadruples, with a total capacity for 16 passengers. All of them include sleeping bag, private bathroom with shower, central heating and closet, also two dining rooms, to provide food service plus a small store for souvenir sales.
The Best Hotels in Punta Arenas Chile From Natales to TorresAnother good accommodation option for those who do not want to sleep in the park but if they are very close to perform different activities every day, is Natalino hotel. Located steps from the main square of Puerto Natales and approximately 1 hour and 45 minutes from the main entrance of Torres del Paine.
This hotel has all the comforts that a demanding traveler is looking for in terms of quality. The heated pool will allow you to relax after a long day of hiking. And the cozy and innovative rooms, which evoke the nature and architecture of the area, will make your rest perfect. Among them, a versatile room with loft stands out, which has a double bed and is transformed into a space, which adapts, for an extra visitor or for what passengers consider convenient and makes them feel much more comfortable and in control of Your rest space. Natalino hotel also offers its passengers exclusive excursions for those looking to enjoy outdoor experiences such as Ice Hike to the impressive Grey Glacier, sports trekking in Torres del Paine and sport kayaking in Chile through Grey Lake and Villa Serrano.
For its part, Kau Lodge is another great alternative for quality accommodation in Puerto Natales. This beautiful "House", in Tehuelches language, is located on the waterfront of the city and very close to downtown, It is known for its coffeemaker "Coffeemaker" in which the best coffee in Puerto Natales is prepared and to offer from its cozy rooms majestic views towards the last hope fjord and the most beautiful sunsets in the city. It also offers its passengers interesting activities and excursions that adapt to the taste of the visitor.