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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
Nearest Airport: SCL, MDZ
Amenities for Vina Vik
- Wine Tasting
- Wine Tours
- Horseback Riding
- Active & Adventure
- Food & Wine
Reviews for Vina Vik
This was just what our family of four needed during the holidays, a place to relax, drink wine, read a book and not much else. Staying here is like staying a wealthy friends private home, you don't feel like you're at a hotel except for the housekeeping and all your meals are cooked for you! The food is really truly exceptional. The grounds are stunning-we rode bikes thru the vineyards one morning. The vineyards themselves are massive and very impressive. The Vik wine was quite good as well.
DBronchick - Hermosa Beach, California
There are nice distant views and some eclectic art at this Vik Retreat in Chile! There is an uncommon titanium roof on the hotel, the wide array of eclectic art throughout the common areas and suites, and the distant views of vineyards and mountains. But many much nicer and far better operated high-end to luxury boutique hotels can be found around Chile and in South America that far surpass this hotel in our own experience! We left this retreat frustrated and very disappointed. It was advertised as a luxurious versus the quality we found present. It is a lovely hotel facility in a pretty valley but it is inadequately staffed to do luxury retreat service especially at its very high prices or even at half the price. We saw no evidence of commitment to competitive food, drink, service. We chose this luxury retreat specifically to eat fine cuisine with fine wine in a luxurious setting, to enjoy the great outdoors, to enjoy the pool. The setting was luxurious but not the all-inclusive cuisine, not at all. There was no indication in the food quality that a top trained chef was there at all during our stay. Inedible beef and lamb that was not tenderized or otherwise checked out before serving. Fish and beef plated in the exact same sauces and presentation despite the obvious differences. No choices as is found in competing luxury hotel restaurants in South America. So the food was non-competitive generally and completely disappointing specifically - not fine cuisine or even near high end restaurant quality. The friendly and delightful young serving staff was not competitive due to inadequate training - which we felt was absolutely not their fault at all. So for us, too many things just did not fit the advertised high-end luxury retreat label and definitely not enough for the high cost to stay. Too bad as it has unlimited upside potential. Perhaps this retreat is just a seasonal activity by choice and cannot compete for the hospitality and chef talent it reasonably deserves? The staff whether in the kitchen, activities, front desk were adequate for non-luxury but not for a high price retreat. But again there is an advertising, price and product relationship that the staff were not seasoned or trained as one might reasonably hope to deliver a great outcome for guests. Views! The location in the Colchagua/ Millahue wine valleys is quiet and remote and it is as naturally appealing as our visits to Napa and Sonoma Valleys, the Rhone Valley from Lyon to Avignon and Montalcino to Montalpuciano. But to us, this highly touted luxury retreat hotel does not compete for a higher rating than average to below average.
dl621 - Austin, Texas
Intimate retreat at the heart of one of the best wineries in Cachapoal/Colchagua. Spectacular landscapes, food and, of course, wine. Their wine tasting is yet another remarkable experience, which can be reserved despite of stay.
Gustavo S - Santiago, Chile
This hotel and vineyard is beautiful. The setting is breathtaking and the views are quite sublime. The design is unique and interesting. Our suite had a dual aspect view which we could never tire of. Beds are fabulous and it was very quiet. Special mention to the lovely lady from housekeeping who made us feel so welcome and to the lovely guy in the office who took us bird watching with such enthusiasm. We were also appreciative of a move to the upstairs suite for a couple of nights. So, what makes the review less than glowing? Two things marred it for us. 48 hours ahead of our visit we found we had an extra night free prior to arriving and I called them to see if they could accommodate us a day early. They could but wanted to charge us considerably more than the nightly rate we were paying for the other 3 nights. Now, we know having stayed that the hotel is barely 50% occupied on any night and so this seemed odd. I put it to them that one could normally expect a better rate for 4 nights than 3 and that we were filling a room that would otherwise be empty. They knocked 15% off. That still left us paying a lot more. We made other arrangements. Later that evening I had an email saying they would make a special consideration and match the rate for the other nights. Too little too late. We stayed elsewhere. Our stay was lovely overall and lunch was great. Dinner was a big disappointment with slow, rude/patronising service. One night we didn't even get a main course after waiting more that an hour and gave up as it was then so late. No real choice and always stodgy puddings. Just poor, really. This is mentioned in many reviews. We found the lack of an apology quite disappointing although great effort was made on our last night to make things right. It's all about the wine and there is a lot of hard sell which is strange when you're paying so much to stay there. We were there to relax at the end of a very active trip and didn't appreciate the constant thrust of the wine side of the business. It was so empty in the hotel that we wondered if it was running at a loss on purpose to offset some of the profit on the wine side. All speculation but it is odd and it felt quite rattly with so few rooms occupied in peak holiday season. So, 'you pays your money and takes your chance'. Go armed with the facts and enjoy it for what it is if you can afford it. Compared with similarly priced hotels we have used in Chile, it just doesn't measure up. We used Tierra and it was chalk and cheese. One final thing....a pipe smoker was allowed to smoke alongside the balcony dining tables and in the courtyard where people had drinks before dinner. Absolutely disgusting in this day and age.
Jan S - London
We had lunch at Vik to end a great wine vacation in Chile. The building is beautiful - and the restaurant has one of the loveliest views I've seen, overlooking the hotel pool and the valley. Food, whatever, was not on par with the setting, which disappointed us a bit.