Created from a converted cold storage plant dating from the early 20th century, the hotel was designated a National Monument in 1996.
Located just outside the town of Puerto Natales in Southern Chile, The Singular Patagonia was created from a converted cold storage plant dating from the early 20th century, and was designated a National Monument in 1996. The buildings have been beautifully re-purposed, retaining key structures, and incorporating a museum into the lobby to display original artifacts and equipment. Overlooking the Fjord of Last Hope Sound with the Andes Mountains in the distance, the oversized guestrooms provide ample room to unwind after a day of adventure. Most importantly, the region’s beauty can be appreciated through floor-to-ceiling, six-meter-wide picture windows, reminding guests that Mother Nature makes the best artwork. Menus in the two award-winning restaurants spotlight locally grown products, further immersing visitors in the destination. Rounding out the experience are a host of guided excursions with local experts, and a spa with expansive windows overlooking the Fjord, the snow-capped mountains and the rugged Patagonian landscape.
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