The hotel offers 57 rooms and suites, a world-class spa, a gourmet restaurant and more than 20 different excursions including ones to Torres del Paine National Park. The hotel was recently named the Top Hotel in Chile and one of the Best Hotels in South America in Trip Advisor's Traveller's Choice Awards.

In addition to being one of the premier luxury hotels in South America, The Singular is committed to being responsible stewards of the environment. Our Patagonia hotel was built using sustainable materials, and was awarded the LEED environmental certification (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) by the US Green Building Council. We are committed to reducing our carbon footprint by using innovative approaches to increase energy and water consumption efficiency.



The location of The Singular Patagonia is one of its most appealing features. Our luxury hotel can be found just a short distance from the town of Puerto Natales and Torres del Paine National Park in Patagonia. Below, we’ve provided some additional information about these areas and what makes them special places to visit.


Each of the 54 rooms and 3 suites provide comfort and style without pretense: exemplifying the concept of simple luxury.

Overlooking the Fjord of Last Hope Sound and the Andes Mountains off in the distance, The Singular's oversized guestrooms (45 sq m / 500 sq ft), provide plenty of room to unwind after a day of adventure. Best of all, your appreciation of Patagonia’s beauty can continue once inside your personal haven as each room features floor to ceiling, 6-meter-wide (19 ft) picture windows. A reminder that Mother Nature still makes the best artwork.

The rooms each offer an en-suite, spacious bathroom with a separate bathtub and shower, not to mention a Minibar, complimentary Wi-Fi and satellite TV (though, we do find that guests prefer just one channel—the one they see out the window).

Then there is the impeccably custom-designed furniture. An overstuffed, exquisitely upholstered chair you can sink into and stare out at the timeless landscape. Or the charming wooden desk, perfect for writing postcards or journal entries about your Patagonian adventures. And of course, the indulgently comfortable bed for a restful sleep, as you dream of the adventures the new day will bring.

Every detail has been considered here. Even the smooth concrete ceiling adds a thoughtful element to the room-a reminder of the beauty of simplicity and the importance of heritage. It is a connection to the industrial past even amidst the lush comforts surrounding you.

This is an environment of simple luxury. It will be your home at The Singular Patagonia—the perfect setting to connect with authentic Patagonia.


As exciting as it is to explore the wilds of Patagonia, we've found that our guests are almost as excited to sit down to a meal at The Singular's on-site restaurant.

Of course, part of the reason is that being in such an incomparable setting - with views of the placid waters of Last Hope Sound and sawtooth ridges in the distance-is enough to enhance any meal. 

Every dish at our luxury hotel in Patagonia is not just cooked-it is crafted. These are the kinds of meals that make you instinctively close your eyes and let the flavors dance on your palate. Where you chew a little slower, wanting each bite to last just a little longer.

It’s due in large part to the culinary wizardry of Laurent Pasqualetto, The Singular Patagonia’s award-winning chef. Chef Pasqualetto honed his skills in France at prestigious restaurants like Fouquet's Elysee and Lucas Carton, yet has spent the last 13 years in Chile perfecting a style all his own.

Using fresh local ingredients, Chef Pasqualetto creates delightful, imaginative twists on regional specialties. And should you wish to enjoy some wine, our sommelier can offer suggestions for the perfect Chilean vintage to complement your meal.