- An architecturally significant hotel at "the bottom of the world" with breathtaking views of fjords and glaciers
Remota is a sustainably built hotel made of natural materials including green (grass) roofs. Huge windows in the 72 guestrooms and the restaurant look over the sea grass and sand hills to the Bay of Last Hope and the mountains in the distance. The hotel, designed by architect German del Sol, was inspired by sheep farm buildings of Patagonia. The cutting-edge design won Chile's coveted National Architecture Prize in 2006, the year it was built. With no distractions from TV or the Internet, take some real rest with a sauna, infinity pool, Jacuzzi and massage. And for the adventurous, enjoy full-day hikes with picnic lunch, including pisco sours, and knowledgeable local guides, or horse-riding on mountain trails and walks along windswept lakes.
Guests also have many opportunities to explore the natural wonders of the area such as the fjords, the Sierra Dorotea, the Cordillera Prat, lakes and lagoons, Rotundo area, and the El Milodon Cave. Most attractions, including Torres del Paine, are only about 40 minutes away.