Remota is set just outside the town of Puerto Natales, the gateway to Torres Del Paine. Designed by Chilean architect Germàn del Sol who is known for his green designs, Remota is not only a beautiful hotel, but a study in sustainable architecture. It was built with locally sourced materials using only local workers and is powered as much as possible by renewable energy. Remota is all about minimizing its footprint and making the most of its beautiful surroundings.
Remota’s low-slung exterior is a statement but inside it is quiet and peaceful. There are several common areas that have exceptional views across the fjord and beckon you to lounge with a good book. The rooms are modern and well appointed, but deliberately sparse. Meals are superb and the staff excellent and the spa is the perfect place to unwind after days exploring the Patagonian landscape.
The hotel follows strict rules for the protection of the environment, local cultures and practices and aims to employ and train only local people. This commitment to sustainability extends to its more than 30 daily excursions which aim to cause minimum impact to the local ecosystem. Remota offers the option of private activities at an additional cost and we think it is well worth spending the extra money.