Torres del Paine

Hotel Las Torres


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Reserva Las Torres has a privileged location in Torres del Paine National Park, placed at the entrance to the world-famous W and the O trekking circuits and hosting a selection of lodging options, the most comfortable of which is the Hotel Las Torres.

Inspired by the family’s original estancia, it’s wood and iron roof structure fits into the spectacular locale and is a cosseting spot to return to after a day of adventure. 74 rooms all enjoy wonderful views, and range from larger suites with Jacuzzis and lounges to cosy rooms.

It’s a great base for hikes and horse rides, with a range of routes on offer and stables. There’s also friendly restaurants and asado BBQ area, organic kitchen gardens and a sustainable cocktail bar serving homemade beer and local spirits.


At a glance

  • 74 suites and rooms

  • Restaurant and BBQ

  • Activity centre and stables

  • Sustainable bar and microbrewery

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    The hiking in Torres del Paine needs no introduction. As well as the famous W and O treks which start from here, there are dozens of other routes to suit all levels of ability and endurance.

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    Horse riding

    With its own stables and rich ranching history, a horse ride in the reserve and beyond is a must.

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    Puma tracking

    During Las Torres' puma encounter experience, you’ll get the perfect mix of unprecedented adventure and traditional culture, heading out each day to track the Andes apex predator and other wildlife with an expert guide.


Las Torres are committed to preserving the magic of Torres del Paine National Park and its unexplored nature for future generations. They support a number of projects related to the park’s endemic wildlife, environmental education and reforestry. In Las Torres Reserve they are implementing all the most recommended and recognised best practices, with the aim to become a reference for nature conservation in the region.


In 2013, the estancia took all its livestock from the area and is now looking at the holistic management of grazing areas to help capture carbon. The land is left without grazing animals for three to four months, encouraging higher plant growth rates with the topsoil able to sequester more carbon.

Hotel Las Torres operates the entire park’s waste management system. Previously, trash was collected and sent to landfill sites in nearby Puerto Natales. In 2018, some 300 tonnes a year were transported and dumped annually, or 1.7kg of rubbish for every night someone stayed in the park. After weighing and studying the waste, looking for ways to cut this down through different packaging and banning plastic bottles has seen the park’s waste footprint drop to 100 tones and 0.8kg per person. The target is 400 grammes per night within two years and net-zero waste within five years.

The ranch aims to lessen its food’s carbon footprint and maximise the freshness of produce with one of the largest organic gardens in southern Chile that is the source for around 60% of the fruits, vegetables and herbs used in the restaurant and staff canteen. Las Torres is also home to Pionero, a fun and pioneering cocktail bar with a focus on sustainability using recycled glassware and homegrown ingredients.

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