Awasi Patagonia

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PRIVATE GUIDES, THE AWASI USP
THE VILLAS
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THE VILLAS
Awasi Patagonia
Located next to Torres del Paine National Park and Lake Sarmiento, Awasi Patagonia is the perfect setting to take in some of the most striking views in the Chilean Patagonia region. Awasi Patagonia comprises 12 private villas and a main lodge with a restaurant and comfortable lounges to admire the scenery. All buildings are made of local procured wood, which allows the structures to easily blend with the surrounding natural landscape.

Awasi promotes a tailor-made experience at its two properties, Awasi Atacama and Awasi Patagonia, and the team pays close attention to ensure each guest’s visit is personalized to their needs and tastes. Ahead of a stay, guests complete a questionnaire outlining special interests, physical conditions, and meal requirements, and their preferences are seamlessly blended in to their stay. A stay at Awasi is also all-inclusive, and comes with excursions led by Awasi guides who are educated on the region’s history, wildlife, and first aid, and can lead you through the park’s stunning trails on foot, horseback, or 4x4 vehicle on full- or half-day outings. Guests can also follow trails from the property to explore the area at their own pace.

And while the breathtaking landscape is not to be missed, there is much to do at Awasi Patagonia itself. Awasi Patagonia is a member of Relais & Châteaux, and is home to a restaurant showcasing Patagonian cuisine and led by Executive Chef Federico Ziegler. Villas are also equipped with fireplaces in the living rooms and outdoor hot tubs, perfect for relaxing and enjoying the remarkable destination.
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Amenities
  • Villas
    12 private villas designed for comfort and privacy
  • Restaurant
    Restaurant on property - Relais & Châteaux member; meals tailored to guest preferences with Patagonian influences
  • Lounge
    Main House features a bar and comfortable lounges
  • Guest Services
    All-inclusive stay, including transfers, accommodation, meals, beverages and private excursions
Room Types
  • Villas
    Awasi Patagonia features 11 private villas, each 80 square-meters. Each villa includes a living room, bathtub and separate shower and outdoor hot tub. Design is inspired by old Patagonian shelters and ranching outposts.
  • Master Villa
    Ideally suited for families, the Master Villa features two suites, each with separate bathrooms, a living room, covered terrace and outdoor hot tub. The Master Villa measures 140 square-meters.
PRIVATE GUIDES, THE AWASI USP
Located in a private reserve overlooking the iconic Torres del Paine National Park, Awasi Patagonia has many attributes that make it unique - there is one thing, however, that stands out over and above, and that is that the Awasi hotels are the only properties in South America where each room is given its own private guide and personal 4WD. This means that for the duration of your stay you can go where you want, when you want and for however long you want. Forget timetables, alarm clocks and schedules (unless, of course, you want to be up at the crack of dawn!), at Awasi Patagonia your entire experience is tailor made. It is the hotel answer to a suit that fits your exact measurements.
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THE VILLAS
At 80 square meters your individual villa at Awasi Patagonia may be bigger than your apartment! Planked wooden floors and walls (made from the same wood as the surrounding woodland, native lenga and ñirre trees) span from the open-plan sitting room and bedroom, to the large bathroom with its bathtub and shower, and out to your private wooden hot tub. At one end of the villa a wood-burning stove makes a cosy spot to curl up with a book after a day out trekking, horse riding, biking or kayaking around icebergs. Although every comfort has been thought of, the idea for these villas came from the humblest origin: the gaucho's outpost. These small huts, typically made of corrugated iron, have large stoves inside and serve as a well-needed shelter for gauchos as they ride across the Patagonian Steppe checking on their livestock. Taking the simple architecture as an inspiration, Chilean architect Felipe Assadi created these twelve villas, building them on stilts for minimal environmental impact.
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