Puerto Natales, Chile
The Singular Patagonia
What it is
A 1915 brick cold storage plant transformed into a luxe waterfront hotel with 57 rooms, a 3,000-square-foot spa, two renowned locavore restaurants and adventures galore.
What it isn't
Cramped. The hotel presides over 100 pristine acres overlooking the Fjord of Last Hope.
What we think
Grandeur takes on new meaning at Singular Patagonia, where luxuries await to delight guests at every turn—and are echoed only by the jaw-dropping scenery out the floor to ceiling windows. Even the most basic room option here is anything but, with a 500 square foot floor plan, 20-foot-wide wall of glass, marble lined bathroom and king bed swaddled in 500 thread count Egyptian cotton linens. For an even more expansive space, we love the 750 square foot Singular Suites; they have plush seating areas, desks with views that will produce instant envy on Zoom calls, a deep soaking tub, and carefully curated minibar. While you’re here, be sure to stop in at El Asador, the hotel’s wood-fired restaurant, which is tucked in a century-old blacksmith forge and a local favorite for their Hereford rib eyes.
You're here because
Staffers have curated more than 20 bucket-list-worthy exploits for guests to try, including kayaking by icebergs and local olive oil tastings with the chef.
After a misty hike and hot-stone massage in the spa, you’re famished…and the hotel’s namesake restaurant is just what the doctor ordered. In your supple leather wingback chair, the only thing more delicious than the local king crab and seared eel with aerated mussel cream before you are the views, which stretch boundlessly to the horizon.
Restaurants & Bars
Singular Restaurant - Reinventions of traditional regional recipes
El Asador - Food revolves around a wood-burning grill
The Bar at the Singular Patagonia
A prime perch overlooking the Señoret Channel, the gateway to Torres del Paine National Park.