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Patagonia's Sublime Landscapes and Stunning Hotels

The fact is, if you’ve made it to Patagonia in the first place, you’ve already won. You’re surrounded by some of the planet’s most astonishing landscapes, you’re on the doorstep of some of the finest adventuring to be had anywhere, and, particularly relevant to us, you’ve got your pick of some of the world’s most extraordinary hotels.

Explora Patagonia
Torres del Paine National Park, Chile
Explora Patagonia

Strictly speaking, the sublime is beauty tinged with awe — a perfect description of Torres del Paine. If the Explora is luxurious (and it is), it’s only to soften the edges of this rugged landscape.

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Crosby Street
Puerto Natales, Chile
The Singular Patagonia

A total re-imagining of an old cattle processing plant, the Singular Patagonia is a hotel that takes the idea of industrial chic to dizzying new heights — given the setting, none more impactful than the guest rooms’ enormous floor-to-ceiling windows.

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Explora Patagonia
Puerto Natales, Chile
Indigo Patagonia

Puerto Natales sits right on the Last Hope Fjord, and the hotel, a pair of rugged and charmingly mismatched buildings, stands at the edge of the water. Which makes this remarkably stylish, surprisingly affordable hotel an ideal jumping-off point for expeditions into Torres del Paine.

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Remota
Puerto Natales, Chile
Remota

For a big architectural statement, this one, at least from the outside, comes off awfully quiet. Remota, by the Chilean green architect Germàn del Sol, is about minimizing the footprint, minimizing the silhouette, maximizing the impact of the place rather than the building.

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Llao Llao
San Carlos de Bariloche, Argentina
Llao Llao

One of South America’s best-known and most unique hotels, Llao Llao’s more extravagant suites are still priced as luxuries — but the standard rooms are downright affordable, eminently comfortable and well-appointed, and come with picture-perfect views of the mountains or one of the lakes.

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Awasi
Torres del Paine National Park, Chile
Awasi

The twelve villas are humble, almost minimal, when viewed from the outside, and from the inside they’re simply extraordinary, a 50/50 blend of rustic charm and modern gloss, with just the right amount of luxury — total comfort, zero extravagance.

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Don Los Cerros
El Calafate, Argentina
Los Sauces Casa Patagonica

Here in El Calafate, the last stop on the road to the Parque Nacional Los Glaciares, is Los Sauces Casa Patagónica, and if you’re looking for an exceedingly luxe home base for your mountaineering expedition, you could do a whole lot worse than this.

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Estancia Peuma Hue
San Carlos de Bariloche, Argentina
Estancia Peuma Hue

Though certainly attractive, Estancia Peuma Hue is hardly a modern design hotel — these interiors are rustic through and through, with rough-hewn wood furniture, and a fireplace at the heart of every house.

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Tierra Patagonia
Torres del Paine National Park, Chile
Tierra Patagonia

While Tierra Patagonia’s setting is end-of-the-earth rugged, the hotel itself is casually luxurious. It’s got an Uma spa, a surprisingly ambitious restaurant, spacious vista-rich rooms, and not an ounce of ostentation.

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Charming Luxury Lodge
San Carlos de Bariloche, Argentina
Charming Luxury Lodge

Here the name rather undersells the product. This intimate little compound certainly is charming, but with these views, in this idyllic location on the shores of Argentina’s Lake Nahuel Huapi, “sublime” might not be too strong a word.

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Don Los Cerros
El Chaltén, Argentina
Don Los Cerros

If the dazzlingly dramatic landscape of Argentinian Patagonia is the Wild West — vast, rugged, and ripe for exploration — then El Chaltén is its premier frontier town, and Don Los Cerros is the town’s premier lodging.

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Crosby Street
El Calafate, Argentina
Design Suites Calafate

Situated in the far-flung reaches of Patagonia, architect Carlos Ott’s thoroughly contemporary creation mixes eco-friendly functionality with quirky cool: the exterior’s smooth glass and blond wood contrast with the rugged granite of the asymmetrical structure.

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Los Cauquenes
Ushuaia, Argentina
Los Cauquenes

Among the many places that claim to be “the end of the world,” the Tierra del Fuego, at Argentina’s extreme southern end, might have the strongest case. And Los Cauquenes is an extremely plush base camp for your end-of-the-world adventures, complete with a full-service spa and a high-end gastronomic experience.

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Design Suites Bariloche
San Carlos de Bariloche, Argentina
Design Suites Bariloche

Meanwhile in Bariloche, perched on a hill overlooking Nahuel Huapi lake, in the ski country of Patagonia, four striking, eco-inspired structures house a contemporary art gallery, wine bar, restaurant, health center, spa, and 54 guest rooms and suites.

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