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Everything Anticipated & More
We had discussed visiting this unique property for many years, but never managed to work a stay into our expeditions In Patagonia. Finally, during February, we were able to organize two nights on a return to Explora at Torres del Paine National Park. Staying at The Singular is an experience that almost defies fully explaining with words.....so I will be brief and suggest anyone interested to simply make reservations (not always easy to secure) and try it!
Nice hotel and cool setting, but...
Very friendly staff, and great massage in the spa. All rooms have water views, but no balconies nor doors permitting access to the shoreline. No gym, renovated factory space was impressive but unheated. At these prices and billing as "one of the top hotels in South America", food was uniformly disappointing for every meal of our four-day stay.
Grandiose, great taste, wonderful food and service
What a feast and wonderful place to be when you just finished 4 days hiking and sleeping rough. The person who designed this obviously saw the beauty of everything before others and what an incredible job they did. Great spa, massage ok, nothing special but good, free bikes to go into town (about 10 minutes bike ride away), the restaurant is so good you don´t want to leave the hotel and breakfast is glorious. We got a late check-out without a problem and throughly enjoyed our stay.
Unique beautiful hotel
The hotel is built in a "museum" which was a previously a cold storage plant. The design is outstanding. The rooms are large and comfortable with a huge floor to ceiling window looking out over the fjord. The staff are all super friendly and helpful. We were on the all inclusive program and they were feeding us every time we turned around. Plus the food was fantastic. The included excursions were top notch. You absolutely should do the "glacier navigation" tour.
This hotel is different to any other hotel I have stayed in. Outside looks like you are entering something from a movie set but once entering the reception area, you are presented with an in-depth part of Chilean history. This hotel was built in 1904 as a sheep abattoir, still containing all the machines and history of that era. The 57 rooms are large and very comfortable, the beds make it so easy to sleep And the view through the huge glass windows is magnificent. The food is delicious and the excursions they offer suit all degrees of fitness. We found out too late that there is a window that can be opened for ventilation and I think that is needed. Overall we had the best stay and thank the staff for attending to our needs.
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