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Hostería Las Torres

Location

Torres del Paine (central) (Torres del Paine, Chile)

Description

A comfortable hotel in the heart of the national park and the ideal base for hiking up to the famous Towers. There is a spa to ease those aches and pains, and an interesting interpetation centre where you can learn about the wildlife and landscape of the park.

Activities

There are various hiking and riding trails to explore, ranging in difficulty, and all excursions can easily be arranged locally.

Accommodation

Rooms are simple but comfortable with queen size beds and central heating.

Our comments

In an ideal position for the famous hike up to the Towers of Paine via the Ascencio valley.

Client comments and reviews

Open QuoteWhat a brilliant place Hotel Las Torres turned out to be. The whole concept of everything already included in the package gave total flexibility about how we spent our time, and I think I can say we hardly had a spare moment, and when we did (usually over a complimentary pisco sour in the very convivial bar) it was in the company of like-minded guests from pretty much all over the world. Our room was a good size, very comfortable, with beautiful views of the Torres, quiet and kept in an excellent state of tidiness and cleanliness - thanks to the numerous chambermaids and ancillary staff they seem to employ. The service was always smiling and polite from the bottom to the top of the staffing hierarchy; no-one seemed to suffer from an inferiority complex; everyone just wanted you to feel at home and have a good time. You could share a joke or an observation with the bar staff; in the restaurant you were greeted with enthusiasm, as though you'd been missed in the interim. Reception was always ready to help you with your most trivial wants and needs, and the girls who arranged your activity timetable were at pains to make sure they matched you up with the right kind of experience. The guides and the vaqueros are exceptional, knowledgeable and responsible professionals, who also know how to give people a fun time!Close Quote - JB (February 2018)
Open QuoteIt was great to be inside the National Park with all the facilities there. The rooms in Hosteria Las Torres were adequate and quite basic, but they have a great variety of activities to suit us all - particularly the walking and hiking. The lamb asado is recommended.Close Quote - IH (January 2018)
Open QuoteThe Hosteria del Torres has a the perfect location inside the park (cutting down travelling times) and the reception staff were excellent. The food varies from quite good to quite poor, but one learns to choose carefully. There are plenty of places to sit and gaze happily, the excursions were very well run (they have several with a range of difficulty) and the guides were terrific. The transport between Torres and El Calafate – arranged by the hotel – worked very well. I would go there again.Close Quote - PJ (March 2017)
Open QuoteWe enjoyed Hotel Las Torres in Torres del Paine which seems to be well run and although quite pricey we would recommend it.Close Quote - RL (March 2017)
Open QuoteHosteria Las Torres was great and Torres del Paine the highlight. The hotel was really excellent and we were able to walk to the base of Las Torres and also take their excursions on other days.Close Quote - CT (January 2017)
Open QuoteHosteria at Torres del Paine was a great hikers spot, a fabulous location, we all agreed the guides who took us out on the excursions were great, so enthusiastic, helpful and charming!Close Quote - TS (January 2012)
Open QuoteStaff at the Hosteria were mostly good. Guide Connie was excellent. Food was extremely expensive, even in the bar, and was well below the standard we had enjoyed everywhere previously. The hike / horse ride to the base of the towers was a great experience as was a hike around Laguna Verde for wonderful views of the range all day.Close Quote - TB (November 2010)
Open QuoteWe found the proximity of the Hostería Las Torres for the trek to the base of the towers was perfect (and the trek was just as hard you suggested!!).Close Quote - AP (November 2007)
Open QuoteVery comfortable, warm, and with good food and great wine, and yes, we did make it to the Towers the next day!Close Quote - SR (December 2005)

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