December 9, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.

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Remota in Patagonia, Chile

Architect Germán del Sol took inspiration from the daily life of Patagonia and based the design of Remota on the buildings in which the sheep farm workers live. To minimize its footprint, Remota uses sustainable practices, locally sourced materials and available resources – light from the continuous vertical windowpanes provides both visibility and warmth, and also contributes to the design scheme. In support of the local community, Remota aims to train and employ only local people.

Arise in a sparse, light-filled room and breathe in the vast magnificence of Patagonia from your window. Fuel up with homemade baked goods before setting out on the day's adventure. Take advantage of being at the crossroads of Patagonia and hike unmarked trails through the peaks of Torres del Paine National Park to picnic alongside ice formations or trek through the wild horse habitats of the Sierra Baguales and hunt for fossils. Debrief at the Remota bar before a meal of Chilean flavors and organic ingredients. Enjoy a candle-lit massage and a dip in the outdoor whirlpool before a rest well earned.

Location of Remota

Ruta 9 Norte Km 1.5 Huerto 279-Puerto Natales
Patagonia, Chile

Nearest Airport: PUQ

Amenities for Remota

  • General Information
  • 72 Guest Rooms
  • Non-Smoking Property
  • Dining
  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Room Service
  • On-Site Amenities
  • Concierge
  • Spa Services
  • Laundry Service
  • Walking Trails
  • Sauna
  • Indoor Heated Pool
  • Complimentary Parking
  • Outdoor Whirlpool
  • In-Room Amenities
  • Direct Dial Telephones
  • Hair Dryers
  • In-Room Safes
  • No Televisions or Telephones
  • En-Suite Bathrooms
  • Work Desks
  • Bathrobes & Slippers
  • Activities
  • Bicycling
  • Hiking
  • Kayaking
  • Fly Fishing
  • Business
  • Business Center
  • Family
  • Rollaway Beds
  • Nearby
  • National Park
  • Interests
  • Active & Adventure
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Reviews for Remota

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 days ago

Looked forward to staying here and in general the hotel was very good, we loved the rooms and the location, also loved the eco style of the place. The view from the room was great and they left water and some lovely truffle chocolates in the room each day, so why you ask have you not given it a great review score, well actually it would have been excellent if not for the breakfast; First morning breakfast was quite nice, but missing anything hot, maybe that was due to the early start. The next morning at 08:30, which was our last, we were met by a breakfast restaurant which had no cleared tables available with the staff just standing around as if their day was over, we had to clear a table of dirty cutlery, cups and plates then go and find some clean crockery and cutlery ourselves, while the staff watched on, eventually after we had done this a waiter turned up and supplied us with a cold cup of tea. Unfortunately it does not get any better, the buffet breakfast was pretty much void of any food, in the hot containers there was no bacon left apart from a few dried up scraps and also there was only a small amount of dried up scrambled egg. Ok you think maybe there was some cold meats and such like, well there was but not much. So what was at first glance our favourite hotel during a tour of Chie turned out to be the worst, which was a shame.

pompey63 - Portchester, United Kingdom

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We were there this week. First, it was recommended by Uniktour, and I am glad to have listened to them. We landed at Punta Arenas, and took a bus to go to Porto Natales, where the hotel was supposed to send someone to pick us up. It was 9 30 pm, when the bus driver stop in the middle of nowhere, telling us that there is a blockade of the road by angry citizens, and either we walked with our luggage for one hour or wait until the end, which could be very long! Luckily, Gonzalo Koo, the one who should pick us, is so smart that he took two others with their car, tracked us down, and brought us to the hotel. We had two wonderful days with Gonzalo as our guide, and Jorge as our driver, exploring by road then by boat all the region of Torres del Paine..We had never seen some one so young and so knowledgeable. We saw wild life , condors, even puma, and pieces of glaciers floated on the Grey lake. Gonzalo even took us for a short biking tour of Porto Natales. He obviously love his Patagony land, he just know every thing, from history, to fawn and flora informations of the region. At the hotel, food is tasty, and we asked to try beef, even it is not on the menu, chief cook agreed to grill two large pieces of steak with no charge! At the end, instead of taking a bus, they drive us back to Punta Arenas to catch our flight back home.


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Sorry, I can’t give Remota more than three stars, much as I’d like to be a bit more generous. In all fairness, I have to be careful to rate it against our other hotels in Chile, which had a higher rating. We chose Remota for two reasons: 1) by the time we tried to book in the area near Torres del Paine, 3-4 months before our trip, many hotels were already full (so, my biggest tip is to book VERY early); 2) the hotels with remaining vacancy all seemed hecka expensive, so I purposely went down a notch. The place needs some more management and a bit of investment. The staff were all very eager to please, but made a lot of small mistakes. Service in the divining room was often confused. Our door sign said “Do not Disturb,” yet the maid entered and cleaned the room anyway. The bathroom had a single LED light over the sink. If you’re on the toilet or in the shower, plan to use your Braille skills. It would only cost $50 to run one more light. Another example is in the dining room, with its excellent large windows looking toward the lake. But, at sunset the sun blazes in, making it impossible to eat here. Some inexpensive shades that could be lowered when needed would do the job. Then the architecture. I read someone whether that is supposed to resemble a sheep shearing barn. Well, I’ve never been in a shearing barn, but it didn’t look like the quaint barn I imagined. More like an industrial building meant to process 1000 sheep per day! Lots of concrete and not much charm. Other writers have mentioned that Remota is 1 1/2 hours from TDP. That is true...I knew it in advance. I had a private guide/car, so the long drive wasn’t too bad. But would-be visitors should recognize that Remota isn’t even close to that park. I suspect there are just very few accommodations in TDP; that’s why there were all either full or very expensive when I tried to book. This post just has a few of the shortcomings. I really don’t like leaving such a negative review for such nice staff. But there seems to be already too much grade inflation on TripAdvisor. It wasn’t bad, but if you go expect quite a few shortcomings.

nhulberg - San Francisco, California

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 5 months ago

This stunning lodge is located about 20 minutes' walk out of town. It has fabulous views and its design is amazing. We were supposed to be staying elsewhere but were relocated when the other hotel had burst water pipe issues. We loved the communal areas - there is a huge TV room and sitting rooms which were deserted as very few people were in residence. The staff were very friendly and helpful EXCEPT no one told us that the clocks had not changed, unlike the rest of Chile. This meant we were running late on the morning we had an excursion booked. The bar staff, especially Miguel, were terrific as were the restaurant staff. We had a mixed dining experience - our first night we chose the seafood chowder which was fab. The second night we each had a meat dish - my veal was not very warm and my husband reckoned the beef stew was tough. However, the cheese platter was incredible. We would definitely return.

Lesley M - Wollongong, Australia

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 6 months ago

I must highlight the Remota Patagonia Lodge with its vast views of Fiordo Ultima Esperanza -Last Hope fjord. An award winning hotel for its sustainable architecture that make you feel in the right place with their great staff. Excellent guides and excursions inside and outside the park. Food is just great and I love when waitress remembers what you drink!

Maria L - Santiago, Chile

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