Ensconced in more than 1,500 acres bordering the Allegheny National…
Starting at $600 per room per night
Puerto Natales, Provincia de Última Esperanza, Region of Magallanes and Chilean Antarctica, Chile
Starting at $250 per person per night
Remota is a world-class refuge in Patagonia, where visitors are received and welcomed as friends. The main lodge building is more than 7000 square meters and has 72 rooms of 33 square meters each. There are large areas dedicated to leisure, reading and contemplation, a heated pool, saunas and Jacuzzis, shop, bar, lounges and of course a dazzling restaurant that offers the best food, prepared by a world renowned chef.
Unique Features: Within the excursions menu, you will find: sailing, hiking, horseback riding, bicycle tours, and fly fishing. The areas to be explored are the Torres Del Paine 8 wonder of the world, the fjords in the Seno De Ultima Esperanza, the Sierra Dorotea, the Prat mountain range, lakes and lagoons, the Rotundo area, the Milodon Cave, the Serrano glaciers, Balmaceda and Gray, the Baguales mountains, among others.
Accommodations: There are 72 rooms, all of the same size, where 36 have double king beds and 36 rooms with two Queen beds, all equipped with the best and fine Peruvian cottons. The rooms are spacious (33 m2), with views of the mountains, fjords, glaciers and the Paine massif, designed and decorated with the intention of approaching and introducing visitors to the environment of Patagonia, using Noble materials, native aromatic woods and the best equipment and products to allow a total rest and disconnection.
As Suite As It Gets: When money is no object, go for the King Room. There are 36 rooms with King size beds. Each room can include a separate bed for a child up to 12 years old.
Dining: The chef has designed a menu that includes the best local products from the sea, exotic meats from the area, organic vegetables harvested in nearby gardens, (with alternatives for diners with special requirements) accompanied by the best Chilean wines and a wide variety of pastries and bakery produced in the bakery.
Activities: The primary objective is to show visitors all the wonders of the area. To achieve that objective, they have a select group of bilingual guides, who train both in knowledge of the places, as well as history, geology, paleontology, glaciology, flora and fauna, fly fishing, horseback riding, mountaineering, cycling , first aid, among other disciplines, to deliver a unique, exclusive, first-rate and unforgettable experience.
Spa & Fitness: There is no spa or fitness center but there is a heated pool, saunas and Jacuzzis.
Location: Remota is strategically located on a virgin land of more than 50,000 m2, facing the sea (Seno de Ultima Esperanza) far enough from the City of Puerto Natales (1.5 km), to feel Patagonia and its silence, but at the same time a close distance from this beautiful city, geographic and cultural center of Chilean Patagonia, located 250 km north of Punta Arenas, 4,250 km from the South Pole and 2,000 km south of Santiago (3.3 hours flight from the city of Santiago).
Closest Airport: The nearest airport to Puerto Natales is Puerto Natales (PNT) Airport which is 5.2 km away. Other nearby airports include El Calafate (FTE) (163.9 km) and Punta Arenas (PUQ) (180.6 km). It takes 1h 31m to get from Puerto Natales to Puerto Natales (PNT) Airport. Puerto Natales is a port city on the Señoret Channel in Chile’s southern Patagonia. It’s the gateway to Torres del Paine National Park to the northwest, and the port for boats touring the Patagonian fjords.
Children’s Programs: No. They do not offer any supervised children’s programs.
Pet Friendly: No, unfortunately pets are not allowed.
Weddings: No, they don’t normally host weddings, although they may by special request.
Meetings: No, unfortunately, they don’t have the facilities to handle large business meetings or conferences.
Extra Info: The first Patagonian inhabitants were nomadic tribes of hunters and fishermen. The Onas or Selknam, Yamanes or Yaganes, Alacalufes or Kawéskar and Tehuelches lived together in Tierra del Fuego, Punta Arenas and Puerto Natales, which over time, left a remarkable history together with the discoverers, explorers, sailors, naturists, adventurers and pioneers, such as Magallanes, Ladrilleros, Darwin, Brown, Dixie, among many others.