The Singular Patagonia
The Singular Patagonia
PATAGONIA REGION, CHILE
Named the top hotel in Chile and rated one of the Best Hotels in South America by Trip Advisor, The Singular Patagonia doesn’t even fit on the five star scale.
Industrial Design Pairs With Mountain Views at the Singular
PUERTO BORIES, CHILE
Named the top hotel in Chile and rated one of the Best Hotels in South America by Trip Advisor, the Singular Patagonia doesn’t even fit on the five star scale.
Sitting on the shores of Last Hope Strait in Puerto Bories, Chile, the historical site has been retrofitted into one of the most unusual and hippest boutique hotels south of the equator. With breathtaking views and incredible access to the most popular park in Patagonia, Torres del Paine, this outpost is more than just a place to hang your hat.
As it stands today, the Singular is the brilliant work of Enrique Concha, the wonder-kid of Chilean interior design. Originally built and used as a cold storage plant in 1915, the building was the source of employment for hundreds of industrial workers. Securing its place in history, it was named a National Historical Monument in 1996 after years of sitting empty. Soon thereafter, the original owners began work on what would be a ten-year project to restore and transform the plant into a luxury hotel. Concha has blended industrial stark design with Chilean warmth, utilizing rich textures of tin and wood. A Victorian engine room, tannery, and blacksmith shop still exist on the property for you to explore a piece of the past.
Located in an ideal area next to world-famous Torres del Paine National Park, The Singular serves as an exquisite base camp for any adventure. Sail around fjords and explore glaciers, sea kayak among flamingos, gallop on horseback through Patagonian fields, and more. With such unlimited access to this remote and beautiful part of the globe, you’ll run out of energy long before you exhaust your itinerary. Good thing you have an XL room complete with a 19-foot window overlooking the fjords to recharge in.
A retrofitted industrial plant that has become one of Patagonia's hippest outposts
WHAT IT'S ABOUT
Explore and embrace Chile’s rich industrial heritage at the Singular Hotel with a dose of Torres del Paine National Park
WHEN TO GO
October - March
"Declared national heritage in 1996, The Singular Patagonia, Puerto Bories Hotel, is a unique historic destination, set in a privilege setting and location which position it as one of the best in the south."
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