Lodges At A Glance

Torres del Paine lodging options run the whole spectrum, both within the park and just outside it. Independent trekkers and backpackers often bring their own gear and camp, or they’ll stay at the simple “refugio” dorms along the classic hiking routes. These options are fine for travelers on a shoestring who are comfortable with sleeping on the ground or sharing sleeping space in rustic buildings that often fill up in the high season.

For those who want something more guided, private, and amenity-rich, a handful of unique lodges step up with their own excursion menus. At the mid-range to luxury level, you’ll find several-day packages catering to more mature tastes and adventure styles. These stand-out lodges are worth considering for an upgraded visit to the national park at the ends of the earth.

Lodge

Type

Location

Price Range

Highlights

Cerro Guido (px)

Classic estancia cattle ranch

40 minutes from the main park entrance

$$$

Authentic ranch life, endless horseback riding trails, and remote countryside

EcoCamp Patagonia (px)

Environmentally friendly geodesic domes

Inside the park with access to top trails

$$$

Low-footprint lodging with great communally-served meals, classic hiking, and off-the-beaten-track fun

Explora Patagonia (px)

Luxury hotel and spa

Inside the park, with a view of the massif, on the shores of Lake Pehoe

$$$$

Prime location inside the park, exclusive hiking and horseback riding with the hotel’s own horses, spa treatment

Tierra Patagonia (px)

Luxury adventure lodge and spa

On the shores of Lake Sarmiento, at the park entrance

$$$$

Details and amenities of a luxurious resort, award-winning spa, and customized excursions

Awasi Patagonia (px)

Luxury villas with Relais & Chateaux status

Private reserve on the edge of the national park

$$$$$

Private villas and gourmet chef-driven dining, and 100% customized excursions

Lodging high season is November - February. Note that availability will be limited during these months, and high season rates apply.

Check with a trusted travel advisor or tour operator for most recent rates, package inclusions and exclusions, and availability.