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3 Amazing Places to Stay in Patagonia

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We're excited to share some of our favorite accommodations in Patagonia that recently made Travel + Leisure World's Best 2018 List. Even more exciting is that our "In the Wake of Magellan: Patagonia by Land and Sea" combines all 3 of these accommodations - talk about an award winning trip!

Eolo 
#16 top 100 hotels in the world & #3 top resort hotels in South America

Located in the stunning La Anita Valley (pictured above), Eolo spreads over 7,000 acres between the Perito Moreno Glacier, Lago Argentina, and Torres del Paine. An experience at Eolo emphasizes the essence and raw beauty of its natural surroundings, bringing guests to a simple awe of this location. Eolo is a country lodge designed as a classic Patagonian estancia with modern comforts including a restaurant, bar, living room, library, indoor swimming pool, and sauna. Read our blog, A guide to El Calafate, to learn more about trips to Patagonia.

The Singular Patagonia
#66 top 100 hotels in the world & #6 top 10 resort hotels in South America

The Singular Patagonia is ideally located for exploring the Chilean Patagonian landscape and is an excellent choice for families as it offers a variety of active excursions (think kayaking, mountain biking and riding) while also being close enough for a day or two of hiking in Torres del Paine National Park. The hotel has a complete spa offering a variety of treatments and the heated pool, indoor and outdoor, and is the perfect end after a day of incredible expeditions. Read our blog, 5 Reasons to travel to Patagonia in the shoulder season, to learn more about when to visit Patagonia.

Stella Australis
#3 Top Small-ship ocean cruise lines

If you want to see all that Patagonia has to offer, we suggest traveling by land and sea. The Stella Australis is designed for travelers who want to sample and soak in Patagonia's majestic nature and wildlife at their own pace but prefer shorter day hikes to long treks. Built in 2010, the ship accommodates 210 guests in 100 cabins. Two comfortable lounges accommodate naturalist talks and gatherings, while the spacious open air terrace on the uppermost Darwin deck presents the spectacular Patagonian scenery in all its splendor. To learn more about the wildlife of Patagonia's land and sea, read our blog, Iconic Creatures of Patagonia: When and Where to see them.

Thinking of a trip to Patagonia? Contact Laura Cahill, our South America director at 800-345-4453 or check out all of our trips to Patagonia.

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