Patagonia Camp is managed by Gabriele, Sales & Marketing.
$440 - $3390/night
Suitable for up to 2 people

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Patagonia Camp - Patagonia Camp, in Patagonia, Chile
— Gabriele: “Our Yurts combine the magic feeling of being under a tent where you can hear the wind blowing and the rain falling, with still being warm and comfortable.”
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— What was the inspiration and what would you describe to be the essence of Patagonia Camp?

Gabriele: “We wanted to create a unique hotel that would give our guests a true experience of nature in an unspoiled environment, but at the same time offer comfort and luxury of a 5 star non-traditional boutique hotel.

The essence of Patagonia Camp would be the opportunity our guests will have to experience the almost forgotten feelings of greatness and stateliness that nature has to offer.”
View from a yurt - Patagonia Camp, in Patagonia, Chile
— View from a yurt

— Please tell us a bit about the individual yurts and how would you describe their style?

Gabriele: “Our yurts at Patagonia Camp combine the magic feeling of being under a tent where you can hear the wind blowing and the rain falling, with still being warm and comfortable. The yurts are finely decorated with woven fabrics and locally handcrafted furniture to let our guests experience a real Patagonian-style hotel.”
Torres del Paine National Park - Patagonia Camp, in Patagonia, Chile
— Torres del Paine National Park

— Please tell me a bit about the services and facilities that you offer at Patagonia Camp.

Gabriele: “We have 18 yurts, a restaurant, a lounge and a lobby. We offer each guest a very personalized service from the reception to the excursions guides, where each and everyone of our staff do their best so our guests can have the experience of a lifetime.”
 - Patagonia Camp, in Patagonia, Chile

— You are committed to protecting the environment at Patagonia Camp. Please tell us a bit about the different measures that you undertake to protect the environment.

Gabriele: “Patagonia Camp has been designed to have minimum impact on the environment — the entire complex is built on wooden stilts and plataforms. We use only ecological detergents and we have installed two waste treatment plants that release water that is 100% pure and does not contain any residues.”
View from a yurt - Patagonia Camp, in Patagonia, Chile
— View from a yurt

— There is a restaurant at the camp. What are some of the typical dishes that you offer? What is the Chilean influence?

Gabriele: “Our restaurant is specialized in Patagonian and Chilean cuisine. Our chef’s main dishes are based around local fish, vegetables and Centoya crabs, but we also offer a Patagonian lamb barbecue as well as many other types of dishes.”
Torres del Paine National Park - Patagonia Camp, in Patagonia, Chile
— Torres del Paine National Park

— What sort of feedback do you get from your guests about their stay at Patagonia Camp?

Gabriele: “99% of our guests have an unforgettable experience of nature, wine and relaxation which will stay in their memories forever.”
 - Patagonia Camp, in Patagonia, Chile
 
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