THE SINGULAR PATAGONIA
The Singular Patagonia is a national treasure. Located on the Ultima Esperanza Sound just outside Puerto Natales, this is the only full service luxury hotel in far southern Chilean Patagonia. It’s location offers guests access to the Torres del Paine region and to lesser visited areas near the coast that most visitors to the national park never see.
The historic core of the hotel originally served as an Edwardian Era cold storage plant for Patagonian products headed to England.
Declared a national monument in 1996, that portion of the structure is protected as part of Chile’s cultural heritage.
With restoration and the addition of a guest wing, the project was reborn as The Singular Patagonia in 2011.
The full board option includes breakfast, lunch, dinner and beverages (premium wine and spirits excluded) along with daily, guided expeditions in the company of other guests (two half-day tours or one full-day tour for each full day at The Singular Patagonia).
Guests are also invited to enjoy a winery visit, hiking, and riding.
SINGULAR PATAGONIA LOCATION
The Singular Patagonia is located near the edge of Señoret Channel, 5-minutes by road from the town Puerto Natales and its airport (PNT). The hotel is 2.5 hours by road from Punta Arenas airport (PUQ), which offers many more flights to other parts of Chile, and serves as a base for air travel to Antarctica. Guests at The Singular Patagonia can also cross the border to Argentina, reaching the town of El Calafate in about four hours.
The Singular Patagonia occupies a privileged spot near the end of the Ultima Esperanza Sound. Guests have the opportunity to kayak, ride, bike, and hike at locations such as the Milodon Cave, the Balmaceda and Serrano glaciers, and private estancias.
Torres del Paine National Park (2 hours away) is a regional highlight, famous for its hiking trails, glacial lakes, roaring waterfalls, southern beech forests, and abundant wildlife.
SINGULAR PATAGONIA ACCOMMODATIONS
The 57 guest rooms share direct views of the sound and mountains.
In-room amenities include:
- Picture windows
- Wi-Fi and televisions with cable
- 24-hour room service, twice daily housekeeping,
- Security box
- Large bathrooms with free-standing soaking bathtubs
- Bathrobes and slippers
- Hair dryers
The rooms offer a profound sense of peace. When we think of restful nights, the Singular Santiago comes to mind. The reinforced concrete walls and ceilings mean you won’t hear the neighbors.
Singular Patagonia’s 3 Singular Suites are 750 square feet (70 square meters) and equipped with 1 King bed, couch and sitting area, custom furniture, and working desk.
These suites have a massive window that overlooks the Fjord of Last Hope Sound, allowing guests uninterrupted views to Patagonia’s wilderness.
Singular King Rooms
The 27 Singular King rooms are 500 square feet (45 square meters) and equipped with 1 King bed, working desk, love seat in seating area, and wheelchair access.
These rooms are fitted with a 6 meter wide glass window overlooking Patagonian fjords and Last Hope Sound.
Singular Twin Rooms
The 27 Singular Twin rooms are 500 square feet (45 square meters) and are equipped with 2 double beds, a large glass window overlooking Patagonian fjords and Last Hope Sound, working desk, love seat in seating area, and wheelchair access.
SINGULAR PATAGONIA AMENITIES
Hotel amenities include:
- Two restaurants run by award-winning cuisine Chef Hernán Basso, who fuses French trends with local products
- Hotel bar that makes authentic cocktails with a mixture of local flavors
- 3,000 sq. ft eco-SPA overlooking fjords and glaciers, utilizing organic plants used for oil extracts and moisturizers
- Indoor / outdoor pool
- Fitness center
EXPLORING CHILEAN PATAGONIA
The menu of excursions available at Singular Patagonia are endless.
- Boat ride to Estancia Bahia Esperanza and bike along the waterfront and enjoy views of the Paine Massif
- World renowned fly-fishing excursions
- Kayaking the Patagonian fjords
- Horseback riding near cliffs and lakes
- Sailing to massive glaciers
- Trekking through Torres del Paine National Park