“Awasi guest returning from a day of adventure retire to one of 12 freestanding villas outfitted with wood-burning stoves and cozy wool and leather furnishings.”
CONDÉ NAST TRAVELLER
“Awasi’s ten spacious cottages have private patios, outdoor showers, big armchairs and alpaca blankets.”
The Most Romantic
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HONEYMOON CONDE NAST
HALL OF FAME
“I like the quiet and the notion of timelessness, in the desert time passes in a different way.”
"Awasi is known for running tight, superfine shows at its three South American lodges in Patagonia, Iguazu and here, in San Pedro de Atacama."
"This South American destination has luxury lodges, otherworldly landscapes, and some of the world's best stargazing."
TRAVEL + LEISURE
This is a place made for hedonistic hermits, part of a new breed of superior and polished wilderness hotels.
Conde Nast Traveller - Gold List 2019
Awasi Patagonia brings rustic chic to a whole new level of luxury. And with 6,000 hectares of private estate to explore, you can certainly get away from the crowds.
Hotels by Design
“…designed to be as discreet as possible and to blend into a nature reserve inhabited by guanaco (Patagonian llamas), Darwin’s rheas, foxes, condors and pumas.”
“In the adventurer’s playground of Chilean Patagonia, intimate, eco-conscious newcomer Awasi shines brighter than the gleaming Lago Sarmiento it overlooks.”
CONDE NAST TRAVELLER HOT LIST MAGAZINE
“Awasi Patagonia has set a new standard…on arrival guests are given their own private guide and 4WD so they can set their own agenda.”
VANITY FAIR MAGAZINE
“Each room has its own dedicated guide, driver, and Jeep to help guests schedule and realize the classic Atacama experiences”
“…a walled oasis in the town center with eight uniwuely styled adobe rooms.”
“Modeled after the traditional architecture of Tulor, an Indian site dating from 800 B.C. the heart of the property is defined by sienna-hued adobe walls inset with rows of local stones.”
“The end of the Earth feels closer to home at this boutique property where gauchos on horseback still drive cattle along the roads.”