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Awasi PatagoniaSet in its own private reserve, near Torres del...

Awasi Patagonia

Set in its own private reserve, near Torres del Paine National Park, Awasi Patagonia is an assembly of 12 gorgeous individual villas, where rustic charm and understated luxury are perfectly balanced.

Inspired by ancient Patagonian shelters, each cabin is a stylish wooden retreat with private outdoor hot tub and fireplace, as well as its own guide and vehicle to explore this fabulous corner of Chile at your own pace.

Focused on seasonal, locally sourced ingredients, the restaurant serves up delicious, arty dishes along with outstanding views in a cultured, welcoming atmosphere.

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