The Hotel owes its name to the Serrano River that rises from the waters of the Toro Lake and empties into the Seno de Ultima Esperanza. Its privileged location in front of the Torres del Paine and surrounded by a wonderful natural environment, offers the perfect combination of design, quality and comfort respecting the balance with its surroundings.
The hotel is surrounded by a moving nature and has spectacular panoramic views from its rooms. The spacious areas emphasize elegance and quality ensuring a calm and relaxed atmosphere.
Offering standard rates and all-inclusive rates which include full-board and additional programs, Hotel Río Serrano is in Torres del Paine. There is an on-site restaurant and a garden overlooking the Paine Massif. Free WiFi access in available in common areas.
Fully carpeted, rooms at Rio Serrano have large windows offering scenic views of the Massif. All of them have heating, fans and private bathrooms.
A buffet breakfast is served daily. Guests traveling with the all-inclusive program have complimentary breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Regional specialties can be ordered at the restaurant, while enjoying one of the many wines from the property’s cellar. Drinks and cocktails can be enjoyed at Dickson Bar.
Hotel Río Serrano is 52 mi from Puerto Natales and 202 mi from Ibañez del Campo Airport in Punta Arenas. It is 2.5 mi from one of the entrances to Torres del Paine National Park.
- 24 hour front desk
- Air Condition
- Baggage storage
- Free toiletries
- Indoor pool
- Private bathroom
- Room service
- Safety Deposit Box
- Seating area
- Wake up service
- Wheelchair accesible
Torres del Paine
Torres del Paine is one of the largest and most visited national parks in Chile. Located in the Extreme South region of Patagonian Chile.
The Torres del Paine (Spanish for “Towers of Paine”, “Paine” being the old indigenous name for the colour blue), three immense rock towers give the park its name.
Other attractions include the Cuernos del Paine (Spanish for “Horns of Paine” — horn-like mountain tops), Grey Glacier, Lago Grey, Lago Pehoe, Lago Nordenskjöld and Lago Sarmiento.
It is a popular hiking destination in Chile. There are clearly marked paths and many refugios which provide shelter and basic services. Hikers can opt for a day trip to see the towers, walk the popular “W” route in about four or five days, or trek the full circle in 8 to 9 days. The refugio locations also have campsites. Cooking with the campstove is not permitted except in refugio locations. Camping is only allowed at specified campsites and wood fires are prohibited throughout the park. Since October 2016, it is mandatory to book campsites or refugios before entering the park. For less adventurous visitors, there are several hotels located around the park.
Hikers are not allowed to stray from the paths in the national park. The visitor impact on the park has been scientifically measured.
A certified guide is required to access some parts of the park. These arrangements need to be made before entering the park.
The park has been elected as the fifth most beautiful place in the world by National Geographic, and the 8th Wonder of the World by TripAdvisor.
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