Hotel Lago Grey is the perfect place to rest after exploring the beautiful places of Torres del Paine National Park.
Located in one of the most privileged places inside Torres del Paine National Park, Hotel Lago Grey is a refuge in the middle of a Patagonian paradise. It is surrounded by the purity and majesty of lakes, rivers, native forests, mountains and glaciers, being perfect for venturing to discover this magical corner of the south of the world.
The hotel has top-notch services and facilities that will make your stay an unforgettable experience. The purity of the air, the abundant flora and fauna, the imposing Paine Massif and the beauty of the Grey Glacier are perfect ingredients for a well-deserved rest. Get to know this wonderful setting of Chilean Patagonia at any time of the year.
About the room
The 30 superior rooms stand out as the only ones in Torres del Paine National Park overlooking the Paine Massif and Grey Glacier. All rooms are surrounded by nature and beautiful scenery. Leaving the room and walking around is a real pleasure.
Presidente Carlos Ibáñez del Campo International Airport
Bar, Parking, Restaurant
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Children of all ages can be accommodated. Max 2 children per room stay free of charge when using existing beds
- Check-in: 15:00
- Check-out: 12:00
Sector Lago Grey S/N, Torres del Paine, Torres de Paine, Magallanes
How to get there
From Santiago to Punta Arenas there are 3,100 km, which are covered on a flight that takes 4 hours and 15 minutes approximately.
90 days for groups and 45 days for up to 5 passengers
Patagonia & Torres del Paine
Immersed in a landscape of unparalleled scenic beauty, Torres del Paine National Park attracts hundreds of visitors every year. The main attraction of this Biosphere Reserve are its famous mountains and granite towers. In addition, it captivates with its trekking circuits that cross forests, hills, waterfalls and lakes, with privileged views of the white mantle of the Southern Ice Field. To stay there are alternatives in and out of the park, with multiple options in Puerto Natales, the nearest city. To know the most remote places of Patagonia you have to cross the Strait of Magellan and enter the enigmatic Tierra del Fuego. This territory was named by Hernando de Magallanes in honor of the bonfires of the selk’nam indians. Further south, Patagonian cruises allow you to venture to the southernmost of the continent through the mythical Cape Horn.