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Vina Vik in San Vicente de Tagua Tagua, Chile
Vina VIK is a luxurious family-friendly hilltop retreat. Overlooking the property’s 11,000 acres of vineyards, forests, mountains and lakes, our sixteen guest suites offer luxuriously stunning views.
Founder of VIK Millahue Chile, Alexander Vik, worked to find the perfect climate and soil to create a world-class holistic vineyard to produce a unique wine. Located just two hours from the Santiago airport, the “Place of Gold” where this vineyard and retreat can be found. Guests will enjoy the wide range of activities we offer. From exploring the scenic surroundings to feasting over gastronomic adventures...there is something to keep everyone entertained.
Location of Vina Vik
Hacienda Vik, Millahue, San Vicente de Tagua Tagua, Chile
Nearest Airport: SCL, MDZ
Amenities for Vina Vik
- Wine Tasting
- Wine Tours
- Horseback Riding
- Active & Adventure
- Food & Wine
Reviews for Vina Vik
This place is a must while in Chile. I would return only to this place if I needed to. The food is amazing, the vineyards are impressive, the wine tasting and the tour was passionate, honest and friendly. The horseback riding tour was great. Every single thing is amazing. The food is sublime (a little shortage of food) but it's ok, they try to please you. Massages were great too and the service is very friendly.
JPMoralesBroc - Mexico City, Mexico
This is not just a winery, it is a must for everybody visiting Chile. Took us 2 hours to get there from Santiago. The food, the architecture, the staff, the art, all the activities were sublime!!! We love Vik!!!!
frequentravelerkk - Argentina
We stayed here as a (major) treat for my husbands 60th birthday. It is probably the most beautiful hotel we have ever stayed in....but you do pay for it!!! However worth MOST of every penny! The food is really really fantastic...... The staff are extremely young and just delightful. However, there were a few niggles with service. Firstly by the pool, they do not have anyone serving there so you have to wander upstairs in your swimmers and knock on the kitchen door to ask for a drink!!! Not ideal, especially as on our second day there I had to ask three times. There is no one by the pool to help you with umbrellas etc which is poor. We had a similar issue over dinner on our second evening there when we waited about 15 minutes before anyone came to take our order and another 20 before we were replenished with water. Not great. Then the girl looked as though she was sulking when we took her to task. Also, and a real tiny niggle, was the volume of (the staffs) choice of music playing everywhere! I thought the music was great, but it was far too loud for essentially a beautiful and peaceful location. The wine tour was wonderful, - WHAT a setting. As the previous reviewer said, do everything you can. We did horse riding which was lovely. If they could iron out the service issues it would be 10 stars, not five!!! We had a wonderful stay and, if I won the lottery, would stay there a week!
churchlandsKirdford - Kirdford
This hotel destination was a gift to me for my 50th birthday. I did not know what to expect: however, it exceeded any expectations I could of had. So with that said, I want to write this review more as a helpful tips list and what to not forget to do. 1. Go on everything you can. The wine tour, hikes, horseback riding, bike rides,etc. They are apart of your stay. 2. Except everything they offer you, it is all very good and it may not be available tomorrow. 3. The price of the wine is correct. We looked it up in a Wine Store in Santiago and it was selling for $175 US dollars. 4. Besure you have plenty of memory in your phone because you will want to take lots of pictures. 5. Takes pics with the staff, it will help you remember their names and help show how gorgeous they are when you are telling your friends. 6. Remember to except everything they offer which includes water. They will offer it and when you go out you will want it in 20 to 30 minutes into whatever you are doing. The air is very dry there. (I was there is summer months, may not be as bad in winter.) 7. Besure to ask staff questions and repeat questions to different staff. You tend to get a more well rounded story by doing so. 8. Watch out for wildlife, there is a lot there but it may be hiding right next to you. 9. If you really like the sound of both meals offered that lunch or dinner, they will bring a sample out of the other if available. 10. If you leave clothes outside to dry on the rail, they may blow off, for it gets quite breezy. 11. I had trouble deciding on the extra money for the corner rooms, it's worth it. This place is all about the view and the corner rooms have twice as much of it. 11.5. The little metal square that is only visible from rooms on one side of the hotel is the dryer vent. (Just in case your wondering.)
WilliamDickerson - Tallahassee, Florida, United States
Four of us stayed here in February while in Chile to celebrate a birthday and had a fantastic stay. We arrived mid afternoon on a Friday, and after some difficulty finding the right gate we were greeted by the enthusiastic staff. They seem to have mostly attractive 20 somethings working the house. The decor of the rooms isn't my style necessarily but they gave us a tour of about 8 of the other rooms. They are all different and each one is kind of high art. We stayed in the Azulejo room and our friends stayed in the Minimalist room. I was surprised that the place wasn't more crowded since it was still summer. There seemed to be about only 4 or 5 other couples staying at the same time. After the rooms tour my wife and I each got a massage in the spa, both of which we thought were pretty good. Then we adjourned to the living room for a game of billiards and the evening cocktail. We had a nice dinner in the dining room. I think each couple is supposed to get one bottle of wine but we felt like they gave us healthy pours. On Saturday morning Hannah took us on a 3 mile hike around the vineyards. After the hike we had a wine tour with Hector. The winery itself is stunning and modern with lots of capacity. We enjoyed hearing about the history of the winery and tasting some great wines in the very cool tasting room. After dinner the staff had arranged for us to have a birthday lunch out on the deck overlooking the pool. They even baked a cake for the birthday boy, after which they still served the regular dessert. Then we all adjourned to the pool for a lazy afternoon. We met and chatted with some of the other couples. (I never felt that the staff didn't want us to interact or keep off the furniture - quite the opposite!) Another great dinner on Saturday night with more wine. On Sunday we were scheduled to leave. We first took a great horse back tour through the vineyards with Pas (Sp?). She was awesome and took some great photos of the four of us cantering through the rows of vines. Then this is where the Vina Vik really earned its keep. We were scheduled to leave but since it was Super Bowl Sunday we wondered after a few glasses of wine at lunch if we could stay another night and watch the game. They gave us a great rate and were very accommodating to us, even asking what we wanted to eat during the game. After settling on nachos and chicken wings the staff went to work. Around game time the team made sure that we had the game on the big screen in the game room and they came down with a great spread of food. We were really happy we stayed!! On Monday morning we left after breakfast (still wondering if we should stay one more day!) and they sent us of with a packed lunch. Many thanks to Jaam, Juan, Felipe, Hannah, Macarena, Arturo, Hector and everyone else at Vina Vik for making our stay most memorable. If you do come here I would suggest that you plan on not leaving the property. With the hiking, horseback riding, wine tasting and pool lounging there's enough good things to keep you busy. And the place is gorgeous so you want to take advantage of it.
SFTravelMavens - San Francisco