If I were a personal Chilean villas‘ reservation assistant, I would go for a Hotel Awasi in Patagonia, alongside breathtaking and prosperous neighbour Torres del Paine National Park protected by UNESCO.
Chilean architect Felipe Assadi has designed these 12 individual lodges which are interrupted as softly as possible to blend into a reserve inhabited only by guanaco (Patagonian llamas), Darwin’s Rheas, foxes, condors and pumas. Protecting the environment and surroundings, buildings are made of local procured wood, allowing the structures to blend into the incomparable natural landscape.
The location is ideal to appreciate the world‘s great wilderness—overwhelming views of the Torres del Paine peaks and Lake Sarmiento. Furthermore, do not pretend to be very surprised after finding an egg of a dinosaur; Patagonia is a region where thousands of dinos‘ eggs have been found.
Via Archilovers | Image courtesy of Awasi Patagonia