The Singular Patagonia

The Singular Patagonia Hotel is located in the restored Bories Cold-Storage Plant just outside of Puerto Natales, Chile. Built in 1915 in true post-Victorian industrial style, this industrial plant was fully operational for nearly seven decades, generating employment and contributing to the population growth in the Patagonia region. It was declared National Historic Landmark in 1996 by the Government of Chile. It’s ideally located for exploring the Chilean Patagonian landscape and is an excellent choice for families as it offers a variety of active excursions (think kayaking, mountain biking and riding) while also being close enough for a day or two of hiking in Torres del Paine National Park. A team of expert guides host expeditions that show you the real Patagonia, far beyond just Torres del Paine. Venture through hidden fjords to access remote mountains and hanging glaciers, visit authentic ranches and kayak quiet rivers through dense beech forests. Guests can choose different guided activities each day but also always have the leisure to take the mountain bikes and pedal into the nearby town on their own. The hotel has a complete spa offering a variety of treatments and the heated pool, indoor and outdoor, is the perfect end after a day of incredible expeditions. At the restaurant you'll find a blend of native and international cuisine for a unique dining experience and the bar offers a great place to mingle with other guests, discuss the day's adventures, and plan for the next one over a happy hour cocktail to glass of South America's finest wines.