The Singular Patagonia
Why We Love This Hotel
- Complimentary daily breakfast
- Glaciers, mountains and ocean waters make for a serene setting
- The restaurant uses local ingredients unique to the region
- The eco-conscious spa features floor-to-ceiling windows
The Singular Patagonia is a one-of-a-kind destination. The structure where the hotel now resides was built as a cold storage plant in 1915, but has been updated with sustainable materials and awarded a LEED environmental certification.
Just off the shoreline are the ocean waters, and farther in the distance are the snow-capped mountains of South America. The pristine land on which the property is located is ideal for bird watching, horseback riding and cycling. Water lovers may also enjoy a harbor tour or kayaking (fees may apply).
Guests can opt to purchase full board or half board options that come with meals. The on-site restaurant offers views of Last Hope Sound and dishes crafted from local ingredients.
At the end of a busy day, unwind in a guest room with 500 square feet of space. Kick up your feet and take in the views of the Patagonia fjords out the picture window. Bathrooms feature heated floors and a separate tub and shower. Housekeeping is provided twice daily, including a turndown service with complimentary water. Stay in touch using the Wi-Fi access provided.