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While many people think of visiting all-inclusive properties for a beach getaway, Chile offers a surprising number of all-inclusive properties, but they tend to be more focused on adventure than swim-up bars and buffets. Nestled in beautiful areas of Chile, these hotels are the perfect way to enjoy a stress-free vacation where you don’t have to worry about much in the way of figuring out logistics.
Many of the top all-inclusive resorts in Chile are in remote locations like the wilds of Patagonia, San Pedro De Atacama, and Easter Island, but there are options in the spectacular Lake District and Chilean wine country too. For the ultimate trip, you might spread your trip out between a few of them.
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All rooms at Tierra Patagonia showcase amazing views of Torres del Paine, plus families and other groups have the option to book a larger apartment that accommodates up to six. It sits along the brilliant blue waters of Lake Sarmiento beneath the peaks of the Torres del Paine, providing total tranquility and incredible views through walls of windows. One full-day excursion or two half-day excursions are included in its all-inclusive packages which also cover your meals, drinks from an open bar, and airport transfers. The property has a beautiful infinity pool where you can swim while enjoying views of the Torres peaks, an outdoor hot tub, and a spa. All rooms have beds that are positioned so that guests can wake up to the gorgeous views – you’ll get the same one as you relax in your freestanding tub too.
One of the world’s best couples resorts, Hotel Remota is an environmentally friendly lodge that is right at the edge of Ultima Esperanza Sound. As the name belies, you can enjoy a remote escape while taking advantage of all-inclusive packages that are available in three-, four- or seven-night options. They include daily excursions led by experts in geology, local fauna and flora, history, paleontology, and glaciology, as well as property amenities like an indoor heated infinity pool, outdoor Jacuzzis, a sauna, and a restaurant with Chilean wines and house spirits. Rooms are rustic-chic, designed to reflect the Patagonia landscape. There are no TVs or Wi-Fi, it’s all about immersing yourself in nature here.
Located right inside Torres del Paine National Park, Reserva Las Torres is nestled among the sparkling lakes and dramatic mountains on a 4,000-acre property. It aims to provide guests with an authentic look at the traditions and customs of Patagonians with half and full-day excursions like horse riding and hiking, guided by local experts who know the region’s history inside and out, as well as its hidden treasures. Afterward, you’ll be able to soothe those sore muscles in the spa which offers everything from massages to mud therapy. Meals include many ingredients from the property’s own organic garden, and there’s a bar that serves house-crafted beers and cocktails with picturesque views.
Located on a 42,000-acre private estate, Patagonia Camp offers accommodation in luxury heated yurts surrounded by the wilds of the Patagonian landscape. Wake up to a stunning view of Del Toro Lake’s vibrant blue glacial waters, and a night enjoy gazing up at the endless expanse of stars from the skylight. They also come with separate rain showers and full-size tubs. There are 26 excursions on offer here too, including kayaking, stand-up paddleboarding, and hiking. The restaurant serves a daily changing menu of tasty Patagonian fare.
An adventurer’s paradise for those who want to combine luxury with outdoor activities while surrounded by breathtaking scenery, Explora Patagonia is considered one of the world’s best mountain lodges and a top resort in Chile. It lies on the banks of Lake Pehoe at the base of snow-dusted mountains, including the jagged peaks of the famous Torres del Paine massif. Food isn’t your typical average all-inclusive dishes, you can expect delicious meals paired alongside a carefully curated list of Chilean wines. The property has a lavish spa, an indoor pool, and an extensive menu of activities that include more than 50 different half and full-day hikes, horseback treks, and more. All rooms boast fabulous views of either Salto Chico waterfall or the central Torres Massif. You’ll even have a jaw-dropping view while soaking in your room’s Jacuzzi tub.
A boutique hotel tucked in the tranquil Millahue Valley overlooking vineyards and wetlands, Vina Vik is in an ultra-modern building with Japanese-inspired grounds that include meandering walkways, quirky art, and a reflecting pool that leads to themed suites. They all boast floor-to-ceiling windows with views of the vineyards and the Andes Mountains beyond along with free minibars, bathrobes, and bathrooms with rainforest showers and tubs. The Vik Suite includes a hammock-style bath that sits near a panoramic window for soaking with a view. The property has a wine-infused spa where you can indulge in a wine bath, body scrub, facial, or massage, an outdoor infinity pool, gym, and sauna. Meals are focused on South American fare and can be complemented with wines from the estate vineyards.
And Beyond Vira Vira is a hacienda-style hotel in the Lakes District that sits on a sprawling estate alongside Lake Villarrica. An impressive list of activities is included in your stay, including cycling through lush forests, kayaking across a glacier lake, climbing an active volcano, and river rafting. Afterward, relax in the hot tub or enjoy a deep-tissue massage. There’s a working farm, cheese factory, and vegetable garden on the property that can be visited on a tour. Meals are based on ingredients that are homegrown or locally sourced, while accommodation is provided in large suites or villas, that have wood-burning fireplaces and outdoor hot tubs.
Puyuhuapi Lodge sits own bay surrounded by incomparable beauty. Guests are transported here via a luxury catamaran and upon arrival enjoy many vantage points for taking in panoramic views over the fjord and the snow-capped Andes beyond. Activities include everything from kayaking, fly fishing, and dolphin watching to hikes that lead to the hanging glacier in Queulat National Park. There are lots of options for relaxation too, including natural hot pools and a spa with thalassotherapy treatments, massages, and body masks. The waterfront restaurant serves mouthwatering regional seafood paired with prestigious Chilean wines, while rooms all come with terraces for gazing out at the mountains and fjord – there are no TVs or Wi-Fi to interrupt the peaceful atmosphere.
Explora Rapa Nui is a luxurious Easter Island resort that caters to outdoor adventurers. It sits on a hillside overlooking the south coast of the island and offers a variety of guided excursions such as visits to the moai statues, hikes, bike rides, diving and snorkeling expeditions. Staff members typically specialize in particular subjects, such as local culture, birds, or archaeology to enhance the experience. There’s a spa, a shop selling outdoor gear and books, while delicious meals often feature classic Chilean dishes. Rooms all have panoramic views of the sea and bathrooms with hydromassage bathtubs.
Guests of the Awasi Atacama get their own personal tour guide with a four-wheel-drive vehicle for excursions in addition to meals and accommodation in unique lodge suites with thatched roofs, indoor/outdoor showers, and furnished patios. There’s a pool on-site that’s sunk into a stone courtyard and while you soak up the sun from your cabana, daybed, or lounger, staff are happy to bring you your favorite beverage. Therapists are available for reflexology, reiki, and massage upon request. Delicious meals are varied: steak and seafood can be paired with a Chocalan syrah and Chachacoma tea is provided for acclimatization as well.
Located near the Atacama desert’s main tourist hub of San Pedro de Atacama, Explora Lodge enjoys a peaceful setting in an ideal spot for stargazing far from light pollution. Guests enjoy a wide array of activity options, most of which are included in the rates, including guided hikes, horseback riding, biking, and stargazing trips. There are many desirable amenities as well, like a swimming pool, spa, massage room, stables, and shop. The property even has its own hot springs. Delicious meals including everything from an extensive breakfast buffet to picnic lunches organized for day trips, and upscale Chilean cuisine. Rooms all include showers and whirlpool tubs along with views of the mountains or desert.
South America’s very first solar-powered hotel, Tierra Atacama is just 10 minutes from the center of San Pedro de Atacama and from here you’ll enjoy a gorgeous volcano view and after dark enjoy one of the world’s most brilliant night’s skies. Days are spent taking part in adventures at the geysers or salt flats and can be ended by sharing the stories of the day with a glass of Chilean wine. There’s an indoor heated pool at the spa next door with views of Volcan Lincancabu as well as an outdoor swimming pool and hot tub. There are a variety of small group excursions while the menu incorporates a mix of local cuisine and international favorites. Rooms all have private terraces that overlook lush gardens, volcanoes, and mountains.