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Torres del Paine, Chile

Hotel Las Torres


Hotel in the Heart of Torres del Paine National Park

Practical info



Hotel Las Torres is a 4-star hotel located in the heart of Torres del Paine. It is one of our favorite hotels in Patagonia and we feature Hotel Las Torres in our W-Trek In Lux and Style itinerary. 

The hotel has a rich past that has sewed the seeds of its unique character. The hotel was once a cattle farm, and today it pays homage to its past through their organic garden, stables and horses and gauchos who still work on the land. 

We appreciate many aspects of the hotel. The rooms are comfortable and furnished in an understated, yet elegant, style that fits well with the landscape the hotel inhabits. The views from the rooms, bar and restaurant feature the towering Paine Massif. Waking up in the morning is a joy in and of itself.

We also give high marks to their "Pioneer Bar". The bartenders excel at making cocktails from local ingredients grown onsite in their organic garden. They say those that taste the Calafate berry will return one day to Patagonia, so why not try a "Calafate Sour", or perhaps The “Customs” or the “Aboriginal” – winner of the national tournament “Pure Capel talent 2013”. If beer is more your thing, try a "Pionera" which is fermented in the little cabin outside of the bar. 

If you are looking for a taste of the good life after a long day on the trail, Hotel Las Torres will fit the bill nicely. 

Hotel Las Torres sits at the base of the Paine Massif in the Las Torres Base Area of the park.



Located at the east side of the Trail Head for the W-Trek

Horseback Riding

The Hotel features stables and maintains an array of horseback riding opportunities.


One of the great highlights when staying at Hotel Las Torres is dining at “Restaurante Coirón”, specializing in the “flavors of the end of the world”, a unique blend around a creative and modern gastronomy with traditional dishes from Chilean Patagonia.

They offer a good set of fresh food that literally come from the farm to your plate suiting meat lovers and vegetarians.

The huge windows that surround the restaurant of the Hotel Las Torres, make it easy to see the habits of endemic birds and mammals that come to our garden to rest.

And also


Torres del Paine is a national park in the Chilean part of southern Patagonia. The park is located 70 miles (112 km) south of Puerto Natales and 194 miles (312 km) from Punta Arenas, the largest city in the region and where most travelers arrive. The peaks of the Paine Massif, the centerpiece of the park, reach up to 9,462 feet (2,884 meters). Several different species of wildlife can be found in Torres del Paine, including guanaco, rheas(a large ostrich-like bird), south Andean deer and foxes. The weather is unpredictable and it’s often possible to experience four seasons in a single day. Especially remarkable is when snow that is produced above the mountains is pushed down to lower altitude, where the temperature is warm enough for a t-shirt. Quite a rare experience.



Cypress Rooms

Hotel Las Torres

From Hotel Las Torres - "The rooms measure 22 m2, are new, spacious, warm, with excellent insulation and large windows to enjoy the landscape. Its decoration stands out with special elements from the area, such as looms, ethnic masks and furniture made by artisans from Patagonia.

Capacity per room: 1 to 2 adults and 1 kid up to 3 years.

Beds: Double / Twin.

View: Mountain / Garden."
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Canelo Rooms

Hotel Las Torres

From Hotel Las Torres - "The rooms measure 20 m2, are very warm, with pleasant and comfortable spaces, where simple elements that evoke Patagonian history and culture are mixed.

Capacity per room: 1 to 4 adults and 2 kids up to 3 years.

Beds: Double / Twin.

View: Mountain / Garden."
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Hotel Las Torres

From Hotel Las Torres - "The suite rooms measure 38 m2, they are the most spacious rooms of the hotel, they have a bar, a small living room and a jacuzzi, places where you can relax enjoying the beautiful view of the Paine Massif.

Capacity: 2 adults and 1 kid up to 3 years.

Beds: King Bed.

View: Mountain."
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Practical info


Self guided

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Hotel Las Torres is featured in our self guided tour "W-Trek In Luxury and Style". We can add extra rest days at the hotel to further enjoy their onsite amenities. 

It's also possible to add on excursions a la carte. Hotel Las Torres offers full day tours of the park, horse back riding and cultural immersion activities. 

Lastly, Hotel Las Torres offers all inclusive packages that include transfers, activities and all meals. 


About our Self-Guided W-Trek in Luxury and Style


The W-Trek is a famous hike through the wilds of Torres del Paine Nationa Park. The beauty, remoteness and physical challenge of the park have been captivating tourists since the late 19th century, when Lady Florence Dixie described the towers as "Cleopatras Needles". The park was originally created in 1959 and today sees some 140,000 visitors a year. The trek traces a W from one side of the park to the other. The left of the "W" is a trek along Lago Grey and skirts the west of the Paine Massif, the middle is through Valle Frances, shooting up the center of the Massif and the right of the W is a trek to the base of the towers along Valle Ascensio on the east of Paine Massif.

Our Luxury W-Trek is a great adventure for those looking for extra comfort and privacy, and will allow you to fully immerse yourself in the W-Trek experience. The tour maximizes your time in the park with five total nights, rather than the traditional four of most self-guided tours. You will stay three nights in four star hotels (two nights at Hotel Las Torres and one night at Hotel Lago Grey), one night at a private cabana at Refugio Los Cuernos and one night at Paine Grande in a shared dormitory. This itinerary keeps you on the trail each evening, while most other “luxury” W-Trek tours transport you back to a hotel each evening.

This tour includes private transfers to and from the park. This allows much more flexibility than taking the bus. If you are looking to transfer directly from one of the regional airports to the park, the private transfers are much more flexible, especially if you are arriving in the afternoon.

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Our Managing Director, Andrew, has been to over 40 countries in his quest for the perfect adventure. He has biked the death road in Bolivia, trekked 500 miles across northern Spain on the Camino de Santiago, cycled from Brussels to Florence and hiked the five sacred mountains of China. Pygmy Elephant is how he spreads his love for adventure and self discovery in the world.