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Nature lovers, this one is for you. Located on South America’s southern frontier, and shared by Argentina and Chile, Patagonia is where landscapes are wild and beautiful. One of world’s best-kept secrets, with arguably the most unique geography in the world, Patagonia is ideal for any outdoor enthusiast. A vast space, offering a wide range of exciting experiences and stunning scenery, you can explore impressive glaciers, snow-capped mountains and jagged granite peaks.

Wander through the charming streets Buenos Aires and Santiago, trek Mount Fitz Roy in Los Glaciares National Park and get up close with the only moving glacier in the world, Perito Moreno Glacier. Spend two days exploring the great outdoors by foot in Torres del Paine National Park and experience all the natural beauty that El Calafate and El Chaten have to offer.  

If you are looking for adventure then look no further. Prepare to be amazed and come explore the breath-taking wilderness of Patagonia with us!

 

Practical Information for this holiday

Currency
Chilean Peso (CLP), Argentinean Peso (ARS)
Local Time
Irish and UK time -3 hours April to September, -2 hours October to May.
Passport
Irish and UK passport holders do not require a visa for holiday travel for stays of up to 90 days. A valid passport is required. It is advisable to take a number of photocopies of your passport with you.
Internal Flights - Luggage Allowance Argentina
Please note checked-in luggage allowance on your internal flight in Argentina between Buenos Aires and El Calafate is 15kg per person. The official allowance for hand luggage is 8kg (56 cm x 35 cm x 23 cm) per person.

Please note checked-in luggage allowance on your internal flight in Chile between Punta Arenas is 20kg per person. The official allowance for hand luggage is 8kg (56 cm x 35 cm x 23 cm) per person. There may be additional charges should your baggage exceed this weight.

Climate
Weather in Patagonia is an important factor to consider. Although the weather in the summer months (November – April) are generally dry and mild, be prepared for all elements – rain, wind and cold. It is best to bring clothes that can be layered so you can adjust layers according to the weather which is ever-changing in Patagonia. Please ensure this includes a waterproof jacket and pants.
Food & Drink

Patagonia has a growing foodie scene, with a great selection of restaurants specialising in preparing fresh, local ingredients, in particular lamb and fresh seafood dishes. The waters of Patagonia are home to an abundance of trout and salmon and you'll see plenty of modern fish dishes on local menus throughout the region. For meat lovers, along with lamb, wild boar is also now one of Argentinean Patagonia’s main meat offerings with a delicious sweet and nutty taste. Enjoy the best steak you will ever eat in Buenos Aires, washed down by a glass of robust Red wine! Known for its succulent beef, Buenos Aires is a great place to eat steak and also empanadas, which are delicious soft corn pasties with meat inside. On the sweeter side of things, The Calafate berry is a blue-black berry that is native to Patagonia and is used in many desserts, jams, ice cream and even cocktails .

Fitness Level
The fitter you are, the more you'll get out of this trip. There are multiple treks involved, and they can be quite challenging.
Vaccinations
Vaccinations may be required before your departure - please consult with your GP or Tropical Medical Bureau.
Average Prices for Region

Chile

  • Coffee: 1,673CLP
  • Beer: 2,000CLP
  • Glass of wine: 2,000CLP
  • Meal: 15,000CLP
  • Soft Drink: 800CLP
  • Bottled Water: 630CLP

(€1 = approx 750CLP)

Argentina

  • Coffee: 50ARS
  • Beer: 75ARS
  • Glass of wine: 100ARS
  • Meal: 300ARS
  • Soft Drink: 30ARS
  • Bottled Water: 23ARS

(€1 = approx 25ARS)

Packing List
  • Your valid passport
  • Sun cream
  • A 220v plug adaptor
  • A rain jacket
  • A small backpack
  • A sun hat
  • Comfortable shoes
  • Camera
Recommended Reading

A Quiet Flame by Philip Kerr

Copacabana by Jack Rylance

City of God by Paulo Lins

Holiday highlights

Buenos Aires
Buenos Aires, known as “The Paris of South America”, combines faded European grandeur with Latin passion. Alive with a diverse range of bars, clubs and live-music venues this buzzing city is sure to get under your skin. Buenos Aires food scene is increasingly dynamic, but is well known for its juicy steaks, with “parrillas” (steakhouses) sitting on practically every corner. An ideal city to be explore by foot, you can wander along its wide boulevards admiring the ornate architecture or take a stroll through one of the many squares and gardens.
El Calafate
El Calafate, known as the Land of Glaciers, is a town which lies on the southern shore of the turquoise waters of Argentino Lake. The town began life as a wagon stop for sheep farmers selling their wool. Declared a National Park in 1938, this region receives visitors from the world over who come to admire ever changing icy landscapes. It is also home to the Perito Moreno Glacier, the Glaciarium Museum and the Yeti Ice Bar, the only bar in the world to be built completely from glacial ice.
Torres del Paine
Torres del Paine National Park and is known as the gateway to Antarctica. Home to vast green lowlands, ice blue glaciers, black and jade coloured lakes as well as deep valleys and snow-capped mountains, it is easy to see why Chile’s Patagonia is claimed to be one of the most spectacularly beautiful landscapes in the world. Soaring almost vertically more than 2000 metres above the Patagonian steppe, the famous granite pillars of Torres del Paine dominate the surrounding landscape. Abundant with wildlife, Torres del Paine offers the ideal base for any outdoor enthusiasts.
Perito Moreno Glacier
The Perito Moreno Glacier, located in the Los Glaciares National Park is a must see for any visitor to Patagonia. Named after the explorer Francisco Moreno, a pioneer who studied the icy region in the 19th century, this glacier was formed 30,000 years ago and covers an area of approximately 40 km over the waters of Argentino Lake. It is the only glacier in the world that is still permanently moving, up to 2 metres per day, meaning there are constant detachments of ice breaking free from the glacier in a loud echoing fashion. Measuring up to an awe-inspiring 30km long, 5km wide and 60m high, this impressive glacier can be explore from the lake by catamaran or from the ice balconies by foot.  

Santiago
Santiago de Chile or as it is more simply known, Santiago, is the capital city of Chile and has been since colonial times. Founded in 1541 by the Spanish conquistador Pedro de Valdivia, the city has a downtown core of 19th-century neoclassical architecture, dotted by art deco and neo-gothic styles. With the snow-capped Andes Mountains as a scenic backdrop, this is a beautiful city to be explored on foot. You can stroll through the hillside parks and wander the charming winding side streets. Each neighbourhood offers its own unique flavours, and in the evening the sidewalk eateries, cafes and beer halls all come alive in a buzzing fashion. Be sure to check out Barrio Lastarria, a historical neighbourhood in the centre of the city and a popular tourist hub that offers an abundance of cultural activity such as cinemas, theatres, museums, restaurants and bars. 

Practical Information for this holiday

Currency
Chilean Peso (CLP), Argentinean Peso (ARS)
Local Time
Irish and UK time -3 hours April to September, -2 hours October to May.
Passport
Irish and UK passport holders do not require a visa for holiday travel for stays of up to 90 days. A valid passport is required. It is advisable to take a number of photocopies of your passport with you.
Internal Flights - Luggage Allowance Argentina
Please note checked-in luggage allowance on your internal flight in Argentina between Buenos Aires and El Calafate is 15kg per person. The official allowance for hand luggage is 8kg (56 cm x 35 cm x 23 cm) per person.

Please note checked-in luggage allowance on your internal flight in Chile between Punta Arenas is 20kg per person. The official allowance for hand luggage is 8kg (56 cm x 35 cm x 23 cm) per person. There may be additional charges should your baggage exceed this weight.

Climate
Weather in Patagonia is an important factor to consider. Although the weather in the summer months (November – April) are generally dry and mild, be prepared for all elements – rain, wind and cold. It is best to bring clothes that can be layered so you can adjust layers according to the weather which is ever-changing in Patagonia. Please ensure this includes a waterproof jacket and pants.
Food & Drink

Patagonia has a growing foodie scene, with a great selection of restaurants specialising in preparing fresh, local ingredients, in particular lamb and fresh seafood dishes. The waters of Patagonia are home to an abundance of trout and salmon and you'll see plenty of modern fish dishes on local menus throughout the region. For meat lovers, along with lamb, wild boar is also now one of Argentinean Patagonia’s main meat offerings with a delicious sweet and nutty taste. Enjoy the best steak you will ever eat in Buenos Aires, washed down by a glass of robust Red wine! Known for its succulent beef, Buenos Aires is a great place to eat steak and also empanadas, which are delicious soft corn pasties with meat inside. On the sweeter side of things, The Calafate berry is a blue-black berry that is native to Patagonia and is used in many desserts, jams, ice cream and even cocktails .

Fitness Level
The fitter you are, the more you'll get out of this trip. There are multiple treks involved, and they can be quite challenging.
Vaccinations
Vaccinations may be required before your departure - please consult with your GP or Tropical Medical Bureau.
Average Prices for Region

Chile

  • Coffee: 1,673CLP
  • Beer: 2,000CLP
  • Glass of wine: 2,000CLP
  • Meal: 15,000CLP
  • Soft Drink: 800CLP
  • Bottled Water: 630CLP

(€1 = approx 750CLP)

Argentina

  • Coffee: 50ARS
  • Beer: 75ARS
  • Glass of wine: 100ARS
  • Meal: 300ARS
  • Soft Drink: 30ARS
  • Bottled Water: 23ARS

(€1 = approx 25ARS)

Packing List
  • Your valid passport
  • Sun cream
  • A 220v plug adaptor
  • A rain jacket
  • A small backpack
  • A sun hat
  • Comfortable shoes
  • Camera
Recommended Reading

A Quiet Flame by Philip Kerr

Copacabana by Jack Rylance

City of God by Paulo Lins

Trip Itinerary - Day by day

Day 1 – Depart for Argentina

Morning

Depart for Argentina

Begin your adventure with an overnight flight to Buenos Aires, the capital city of Argentina. Known as “The Paris of South America”, Buenos Aires is a buzzing city that combines faded European grandeur with Latin passion.

Day 2 – Explore Buenos Aires

Morning

Transfer to your Hotel

On arrival in Buenos Aires, you will be met by your local expert guide and transferred to your hotel. You will have the remainder of the morning at leisure to settle in and get your bearings before beginning your first excursion.

Afternoon

Buenos Aires City Tour

Explore the historic centre of Buenos Aires during an afternoon sightseeing tour with your local guide. Some highlights from today will include the main square at Plaza de Mayo, the Cathedral and Cabilo and the Opera House. You will also visit San Telmo, the old neighbourhood in Buenos Aires, and La Boca, famed for its colourful houses. You will also have the chance to see some of the beautiful parks and gardens in Palermo and the famous La Recoleta Cemetery.

Overnight

Accommodation

3 star hotel in Buenos Aires (2 nights)

Day 3 – Buenos Aires at leisure

Full day

At Leisure

You will have a full day at leisure to enjoy the city of Buenos Aires at your own pace. Your local expert guide would be happy to suggest some activities to suit your taste. It is an easy city to explore by foot, so perhaps you would like to take a stroll along the wide boulevards or you could grab a bite to eat at one of the “parrillas” (steakhouses) which sit on practically every corner. At night, Buenos Aires comes alive with a diverse range of bars and live music venues where you can join the locals for some tango dancing.

Day 4 - Buenos Aires to El Chalten

Early morning

Internal flight to El Calafate

This morning will be an early start with a transfer to Buenos Aires airport for your internal flight to El Calafate. On arrival in El Calafate, you will transfer by coach to El Chalten. During this scenic journey you can admire the dramatic landscapes before arriving in to El Chalten in the afternoon. (Approximate transfer time: 3 hour and 30 minutes with a comfort stop included)

Afternoon

El Chaten at leisure

Located in the reserve area of Los Glaciares National Park, at the foot of the granite peaks of the Torre and Fitz Roy mountains, El Chalten is a charming mountain village. You will have the remainder of the day at leisure to settle in and get to know your new surroundings. Explore the shops that line the village’s main street or take an independent walk along the variety of nature trails this enchanting area has to offer.

Overnight

Accommodation

Lodge accommodation in El Chaten (2 nights)

Day 5 - Trek Mount Fitz Roy

Full day

Trek Mount Fitz Roy

Spend the full day exploring Mont Fitz Roy, a mountain located in the Southern Patagonian Ice Field on the border between Argentina and Chile. Your day will begin with a short transfer by mini bus from your lodge to the trailhead at foot of the mountain. The trail, which borders the Rio Blanco, will lead you to a forest of Antarctic beech trees, the southernmost tree on earth. Trek to the first viewpoint which will offer stunning views of the Piedras Blancas Glacier before continuing along the trail towards Camp Poincenot. Cross the Santa Cruz River by a small hanging bridge to reach the base camp of Rio Blanco before returning to El Chalten along the path that passes through the Capri Laguna Lookout. (Approximate distance: 15km / Difficulty Level: Moderate) For those who would like a more challenging trek there will be the option to do a further 1 hour climb of 420 meters to the Laguna de los Tres viewpoint with spectacular views of the Fitz Roy Massif, its lagoon and glaciers. A packed lunch is included which you will enjoy along the trekking trail.

Evening

At Leisure

You will have the remainder of the evening at leisure to relax and recuperate after your trek and soak up the tranquil atmosphere of El Chalten by night.

Day 6 - El Chalten to El Calafate

Morning

Transfer from El Chalten to El Calafate

After breakfast depart El Chalten for your transfer to El Calafate. El Calafate, known as the Land of Glaciers, is a town which lies on the southern shore of the turquoise waters of Argentino Lake (Approximate transfer time 3 hours and 30 minutes).

Afternoon

El Calafate at leisure

On arrival in El Calafate you will have the remainder of the day at leisure to settle in and get to know your new surroundings. The town began life as a wagon stop for sheep farmers selling their wool. Declared a National Park in 1938, this region receives visitors from the world over who come to admire ever changing icy landscapes. Visit the Glaciarium Museum or have a drink at the Yeti Ice Bar, the only bar in the world to be built completely from glacial ice. The choice is yours!

Overnight

Accommodation

3 star hotel in El Calafate (2 nights)

Day 7 - Perito Moreno Glacier

Morning

Explore Perito Moreno Glacier by foot

Begin the morning with an 80km transfer through the most beautiful landscapes towards the Perito Moreno Glacier. This glacier originated about 30,000 years ago and covers an area of approximately 40 km over the waters of Argentino Lake. Perito Moreno Glacier is the only glacier in the world that is still permanently moving, up to 2 metres per day, making it a must see for any visitor to Patagonia. Experience a guided walk along the base of this impressive glacier which measures 30km long, 5km wide and 60m high. You will get to see the glacier from different views as the constant detachments of ice breaking free from the glacier in a loud echoing fashion!

Afternoon

Explore Perito Moreno Glacier from Argentino Lake

In the afternoon you will have the opportunity to experience Perito Moreno Glacier from a different perspective, as you explore the southern wall by catamaran during a 1 hour nautical safari tour. Departing from Bajo de las Sombras Pier and navigating along the Rico Arm of Argentino Lake, you can observe the deafening ice detachments while you sail between floating ice and marvel at the impressive ice walls. The catamaran gets as close as 300 metres away, allowing you to admire this constantly moving natural phenomenon and the surrounding mountains from a unique angle. Don’t forget your camera so you can capture some photos when the catamaran comes to a stop at the front wall of Perito Moreno Glacier.

Day 8 - Transfer over the border from Argentina to Chile

Morning

Transfer from from El Calafate to Torres del Paine

Today you will make the journey over the border from El Calafate in Argentina to Torres del Paine in Chile. Once you reach the border crossing, it will be time to say goodbye to your local Argentinian guide and continue the rest of the way with your local Chilean guide to your hotel in the village of Cerro Castillo. (Approximate transfer time: 5 hours and 30 minutes)

Afternoon

At Leisure

On arrival in Cerro Castillo, you will have the remainder of the day at leisure to spend as you wish. Cerro Castillo is located in Torres del Paine National Park. Known as the gateway to Antarctica, Torres del Paine is home to vast green lowlands, ice blue glaciers, black and jade coloured lakes as well as deep valleys and snow-capped mountains. Soaring almost vertically more than 2000 metres above the Patagonian steppe, the famous granite pillars of Torres del Paine dominate the surrounding landscape. Abundant with wildlife, this area of Chile’s Patagonia is claimed to be one of the most spectacularly beautiful landscapes in the world, and offers the ideal base for any outdoor enthusiast.

Overnight

Accommodation

3 star hotel in Cerro Castillo (3 nights)

Day 9 - Half Day Trek in Torres del Paine National Park

Morning

Half day trek in Torres del Paine National Park

After breakfast transfer from your hotel to Puente Weber to begin your 3 hour trek in Torres del Paine National Park. Crossing through the ancient Lenga Forest towards Quebrada la Feria, you will have the chance to experience all the natural beauty this national park has to offer. The majority of the terrain is flat with some gradual climbs. Continue towards Mirador del Condor, the look out point to the Cordillera Paine mountain range. Enjoy lunch at a local restauant in Camping Pehoe, located in the heart of the Torres del Paine National Park, before transferring back to your hotel in Cerro Castillo. (Approximate distance: 9 km / Difficulty Level: Moderate)

Afternoon

At Leisure

You will have the remainder of the day at leisure in the village of Cerro Castillo. Relax and recuperate at your hotel or continue to explore your stunning surroundings independently. Your local expert guide will be happy to suggest activities to suit your taste.

Day 10 - Full Day Trek in Torres del Paine National Park

Full day

Full Day Trek in Torres del Paine National Park

Explore Torres del Paine National Park further today on foot as you embark on a full day trek with a packed lunch included. Your morning will being with a 1 hour transfer to the Las Torres area where you will begin trekking to the Ascencio Valley. From here you will be able to see the Ascencio River running wildly below. Continue through the forest, admiring the native beech trees before reaching the moraine, an impressive accumulation of glacial rock debris. Due to the rocky terrain the trek through the moraine can be quite challenging. From here it’s a 1 hour trek to the top but the climb will be well rewarded when you begin to see 3 pink granite towers appear as if from nowhere. It is this stunning view of the Cordillera Paine mountain range with the glacial lake below that has made Torres del Paine National Park world famous. You will transfer back to your hotel before having the remainder of the evening at leisure. (Duration: 8 hours / Distance: 17km / Difficulty: Challenging)

Day 11 – Torres del Paine to Santiago de Chile

Full day

Internal flight to Santiago de Chile

After breakfast, transfer from your hotel to Punta Arenas airport for your internal flight to Santiago, Chile’s capital city. (Approximate transfer time: 5 hours). Just before landing at Santiago’s airport, you may have the chance to catch a glimpse of the spectacular Andes and the Aconcagua Mountain, the highest in South America.

Evening

At Leisure

Upon arrival in Santiago de Chile, you will have the remainder of the day at leisure to settle in to your new surroundings. Check out some of the sidewalk eateries, cafes and beer halls which come alive in the evening or simply stroll through the winding streets taking in the charming atmosphere.

Overnight

Accommodation

4 star hotel in Santiago de Chile (2 nights)

Day 12 - Santiago Walking City Tour & Farewell Dinner

Morning

Walking City Tour

Enjoy a 2 hour guided walking city tour of Santiago de Chile. Explore the main sights of the down town area as well as getting some tips on the best places to eat, drink and shop in your leisure time. A visit to the presidential palace, the Plaza de Armas, with its cathedral and the beautiful old post office and the Palacio de la Real Audiencia will also be included. Your morning tour will end at Barrio Lastarria, a historical neighbourhood in the centre of the city. It is a popular tourist hub, offering an abundance of cultural activity, with cinemas, theatres, museums, restaurants and bars.

Afternoon

At Leisure

The remainder of your day will be at leisure. Continue to explore the city at your own pace or if you wish you may independently return to your hotel, which is within walking distance of Barrio Lastarria. You can stroll through the hillside parks or wander the charming winding side streets. Your local guide will be happy to make some suggestions on how you can spend your afternoon.

Evening

Farewell dinner

Enjoy a farewell dinner with your group at Punto Ocho restaurant in Lastarria, which is located 550m from your hotel. Located on the top floor of Hotel Cumbres Lastarria, Punto Ocho offers 360° views over the city of Santiago. With an open kitchen and two terraces, this is the ideal place to soak up the atmosphere and reminisce on your once in a lifetime trip to Patagonia.

Day 13 – Santiago de Chile at leisure

Full day

At Leisure

You will have a one final day at leisure in Santiago. This is the ideal time to do any last minute shopping or sightseeing of your choice. With the snow-capped Andes Mountains as a scenic backdrop, this is the perfect city to round off your time in Chile.

Evening

Transfer to Santiago de Chile airport

In the early evening you will transfer from your hotel to Santiago de Chile airport for your overnight flights home.

Day 14 – Return home

Full day

Return Home

Today you will be travelling from Santiago de Chile to Dublin airport.

Day 15 – Arrive home

Morning

Arrive Home

Arrive home to Dublin in the morning following your epic adventure to Argentina & Chile’s Patagonia.

* Please note that the order of your excursions on the itinerary above is provisional and subject to change

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Two Hotel Buenos Aires 3

Located in one of the city’s oldest neighbourhoods, San Telmo, Two Hotel Buenos Aires is the ideal base for exploring the buzzing capital of Buenos Aires. With the Plaza de Mayo Square within walking distance, as well as plenty of cafes, theatres, bars and restaurants close by, t... read more read more read more

Located in one of the city’s oldest neighbourhoods, San Telmo, Two Hotel Buenos Aires is the ideal base for exploring the buzzing capital of Buenos Aires. With the Plaza de Mayo Square within walking distance, as well as plenty of cafes, theatres, bars and restaurants close by, this hotel is a great choice for those interested in tango, architecture and culture. The rooms boast a modern design and light parquet floors, offering a comfortable space for you to relax after a day of sightseeing. 

Hotel address
Two Hotel Buenos Aires
Moreno 785
C1070 CABA

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Hotel Lunajuim Lodge

Centrally located in the town of El Chalten, the Lunajum Hotel is a comfortable ‘posada’ style of accommodation, similar to a lodge. With just 30 rooms inspired by Alpine-style décor, this cosy family run property offers the ideal base to explore all Los Glaciares National Park h... read more read more read more

Centrally located in the town of El Chalten, the Lunajum Hotel is a comfortable ‘posada’ style of accommodation, similar to a lodge. With just 30 rooms inspired by Alpine-style décor, this cosy family run property offers the ideal base to explore all Los Glaciares National Park has to offer. Set in stunning surroundings, the impressive Patagonian scenery is the back drop of this lodge. After a day of trekking, relax in front of the fire in the charming common area and enjoy views of Mount Fitz Roy or sample some local and international cuisine at the onsite restaurant. 

Hotel address
Hotel Lunajuim
Trevisan 45, El Chalten
Santa Cruz

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Hotel Sierra Nevada 3

Situated on the main street in El Calafate, Hotel Sierra Nevada enjoys an enviable location close to Los Glaciares National Park. Offering comfortable, bright and warm interiors, all rooms have large windows to allow guests to enjoy the natural light throughout the day.  Wit... read more read more read more

Situated on the main street in El Calafate, Hotel Sierra Nevada enjoys an enviable location close to Los Glaciares National Park. Offering comfortable, bright and warm interiors, all rooms have large windows to allow guests to enjoy the natural light throughout the day.  With Argentino Lake in close proximity, and views of the Andes Mountain Range, this hotel offers the ideal base for any outdoor enthusiasts. 

Hotel address
Hotel Sierra Nevada
Av. del Libertador Gral. San Martin 1888
El Calafate
Santa Cruz
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Hosteria Pehoe Lodge

Enjoying an incomparable location, set on its own small island within Torres del Paine National Park, Hosteria Pehoe is close to Lake Pehoé and the imposing Paine Mountain Range. Surrounded by hills and valleys that are home to many varieties of fauna, this is the perfect base fo... read more read more read more

Enjoying an incomparable location, set on its own small island within Torres del Paine National Park, Hosteria Pehoe is close to Lake Pehoé and the imposing Paine Mountain Range. Surrounded by hills and valleys that are home to many varieties of fauna, this is the perfect base for any nature lovers. The simple rooms, with their wood furnishings, feature panelled walls and ceilings. Hosteria Pehoe is basic but very comfortable and cosy in its simplicity. Offering a warm and welcoming atmosphere, the onsite restaurant is a great place to enjoy a coffee or a simple meal after a day of exploring. From the restaurant the best views of the stunning scenery can be enjoyed.   

Hotel address
Hosteria Pehoe
Isla Notros
Torres de Paine

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Hotel Magnolia 4

Featuring an elegant vintage-inspired decor, in a renovated 1929 mansion, Hotel Magnolia is located in Santiago’s trendy Lastarria district. The 42 room hotel is the first of its kind in the city's "El Centro" neighbourhood and represents a fusion of the city's past and its futur... read more read more read more

Featuring an elegant vintage-inspired decor, in a renovated 1929 mansion, Hotel Magnolia is located in Santiago’s trendy Lastarria district. The 42 room hotel is the first of its kind in the city's "El Centro" neighbourhood and represents a fusion of the city's past and its future, combining historic beauty with comfortable accommodation.  It is the ideal base from which to explore the old town and Cerro Santa Lucia hilltop park. Unwind after a day of sightseeing on the terrace, or enjoy a drink at the onsite bar.

Hotel address
Hotel Magnolia
Huerfanos 539, Santiago de Chile
Santiago
Region Metropolitana
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