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Perched on the edge of the world, amidst frigid fjords and dramatical mountain peaks, Indigo Patagonia is a cosy and stylish boutique hotel in Puerto Natales. The Nordic-inspired interiors make good use of industrial-style metal and wood, creating a minimalist décor that does not distract from the stunning views through the hotel’s expansive windows. There’s a laid-back, easy-going vibe to Indigo Patagonia, with plenty of cosy places stocked with hammocks to unwind in after days spent exploring the surrounding landscape.
A buffet breakfast is served daily in front of the wide wraparound windows, so you can enjoy homemade pastries, fresh fruit, bacon, sausages and more while enjoying the wonderful vistas. The hotel’s restaurant, Kosten Patagonia Bistro, serves meals inspired by regional flavours and produce, from Patagonian lamb to fresh king crab. The hotel also arranges traditional barbecues, where you can enjoy a delicious feast of grilled lamb and vegetables in the fresh air.
The cosy Lounge Bar offers a sophisticated spot to enjoy a warming coffee or pastry throughout the day, while in the evenings you can enjoy a glass of Chilean wine or a Pisco Sour, the national drink of Chile.
Rooms have a cosy, Scandinavian feel thanks to the use of wood as the predominant material. The elegant bathrooms have rain showers and soaking tubs, and all of the rooms offer stunning views, either of the Fjord of ‘Last Hope’, the Balmaceda Glacier, or Puerto Natales.
Whether you’ve just hiked the W in Torres del Paine, or simply want to pamper yourself, Indigo Patagonia’s spa is an indulgent treat. Relax in one of the three pools (one outdoor, two indoor) or the Jacuzzi, where you’ll enjoy stunning vistas of the Last Hope Fjord; alternatively, sweat it out in the Finnish Sauna. The hotel also offers a range of massages and treatments to relax and soothe.
Puerto Natales is the gateway to the most stunning corner of Chilean Patagonia, the Torres del Paine National Park. Indigo Patagonia offers a range of excursions with experienced guides to facilitate your adventures in this breathtaking natural landscape, from horseback riding to kayaking, and there is a wealth of hiking trails in the surrounding hills for keen trekkers.