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Remota is a world-class retreat in the vast Patagonia, where passengers are welcomed and cared for with dedication, delicacy and concern for their interests.
The Remota hotel is inspired by the old shearing sheds of Patagonia. It was built under the proposal not to compete with the environment, making nature always play the main role. It offers rooms and spacious areas dedicated to leisure, reading and contemplation. In addition, it has a heated swimming pool, saunas and Jacuzzis, shop, bar, lounges and, of course, a dazzling restaurant with an international-class gourmet proposal.
About the room
The 72 rooms invite a physical and mental rest in their king and double rooms A unique environment that combines the aroma of the Ciprés de las Guaitecas, the warm light of the lamps that simulate the ancient boats and the wide views of the Cabo de Hornos Fjord. Stay at Remota Hotel an escape to the intense routine, reaching a level of internal peace typical of the southern tip of the world.
Presidente Carlos Ibáñez del Campo International Airport, Teniente Julio Gallardo Airport
Bar, Heated pool, Meeting room, Parking, Restaurant, Sauna, Spa, Steam bath, Wifi
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- Check-in: 15:00
- Check-out: 12:00
Route 9 Puerto Natales 6160000, Puerto Natales, Chile
How to get there
The most used form is by air to Punta Arenas and then by land to the hotel, approximate distance between Punta Arenas Airtport and Remote 3 hours.
Patagonia & Torres del Paine
Immersed in a landscape of unparalleled scenic beauty, Torres del Paine National Park attracts hundreds of visitors every year. The main attraction of this Biosphere Reserve are its famous mountains and granite towers. In addition, it captivates with its trekking circuits that cross forests, hills, waterfalls and lakes, with privileged views of the white mantle of the Southern Ice Field. To stay there are alternatives in and out of the park, with multiple options in Puerto Natales, the nearest city. To know the most remote places of Patagonia you have to cross the Strait of Magellan and enter the enigmatic Tierra del Fuego. This territory was named by Hernando de Magallanes in honor of the bonfires of the selk’nam indians. Further south, Patagonian cruises allow you to venture to the southernmost of the continent through the mythical Cape Horn.