Patagonia

TORRES DEL PAINE

Awasi

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“...With large doses of peace and quiet,
Awasi Patagonia is in an isolated, bucolic
setting with beautiful vistas of pasture and
forests, mountains and lakes”

AWASI GUEST, NEW HAMPSHIRE

Situated in a private reserve overlooking Torres del Paine National Park, our lodge has just 12 villas and a main lodge. Each villa is assigned with a private guide and 4WD so guests can explore at their own pace, visiting where they want, when they want.

Private Reserve

Tercera Barranca

Arq. Felipe Assadi

After days spent out in the elements, return to Awasi Patagonia for a soak in your hot tub, a drink by the fire and long evening meals in our Relais & Chateaux restaurant.

Awasi Patagonia has views over the Torres del Paine Mountain Range, the Patagonian Steppe and Lake Sarmiento. It is the world's southernmost Relais & Chateaux hotel.

The perfect spot to enjoy Torres del Paine National Park while always returning to our secluded Private Reserve.

“As a rule, one male guanaco herds with a troop of about a hundred
females, and in the event of their being disturbed he will take up his
position on some neighbourhood pinnacle of rock, and commence
neighing something after the fashion of a horse, keeping himself
between the danger and his wives.”

GEORGE CHAWORTH MUSTERS, 1873

“Patagonia!
Who would ever think of going to such a place?"
"Why, you will be eaten up by cannibals!"
"Why, it is thousands of miles away, and no one has ever been there before...”
These, and similar questions and exclamations I heard from the lips
of my friends and acquaintances, when I told them of my
intended trip to Patagonia, the land of the Giants...”

"RIDING ACROSS PATAGONIA", LADY FLORENCE DIXIE, 1879

PICTURE PAINTED BY A FRIEND OF FLORENCE DIXIE, ON WHAT IS NOW THE AWASI PRIVATE RESERVE

Inheritance

“Eighteen natives afterwards arrived, dressed in cloaks of skins and shoes of guanaco hide, which made huge footmarks, whence they were called Patagonés, or “large feet”, by the Spaniards; and thus originated in a nickname the name of the country, Patagonia."

GEORGE CHAWORTH MUSTERS, 1873

Taste the
Flavours of
The End of
the World

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“Guests have access to
off-the-beaten-path hiking trails that
lead to superb wildlife viewing spots”

TRAVEL+LEISURE MAGAZINE, USA