Torres + Santiago + Calafate = Patagonia Paradise

August 11, 2017 - 2 minutes read

You thought traveling to Patagonia couldn’t possibly get even better? Hotel Las Torres just raised the bar another notch by launching a new all-inclusive program that includes one night free hotel accommodation in Santiago (Chile) or El Calafate (Argentina) for anyone who books at least four nights at the wilderness lodge at Torres del Paine.

The Las Torres all-inclusive deal includes all accommodation and meals, all guided excursions inside the national park (with bilingual guides), a visit to historic Cerro Negro Ranch, a 20% discount on spa treatments, and road transfers to/from Punta Arenas, Puerto Natales and Calafate.

On either side of your visit to Torres del Paine, you can now enjoy one free night at either the Hotel Plaza San Francisco in Santiago or Hotel Xelena in El Calafate.

Located in Santiago’s historic Centro district, the Plaza San Francisco is within walking distance of many of the capital’s best museums, parks and entertainment venues. The all-inclusive program includes one free night at the hotel, buffet breakfast at the Restaurant Bristol and use of the gym, sauna and indoor pool.

Across the border in Argentine Patagonia, the Hotel Xelena is located on the shore of Lago Argentino near the legendary Perito Moreno Glacier in Parque Nacional Los Glaciares. The package includes one free night at the hotel, buffet breakfast, free access to the hotel spa (indoor and outdoor pools) and shuttle service to/from the town center.

This special promotion is available for travel between September 15th and December 20th 2017, and January 6th and April 30th 2018. The cost starts at US$2,030 per person sharing a double room.

Reservations for the program can only be made directly with Hotel Los Torres and are subject to availability at the time of booking. Any changes to room type at either hotel must be coordinated directly with the respective hotels and paid directly by the traveler. Chilean passport holders and foreigners residing in Chile are not eligible for the promotion.