Property Location With a stay at Ecocamp Patagonia in Torres Del Paine, you'll be in a national park, and 8.7 mi (14 km) from Amarga
Property Location With a stay at Ecocamp Patagonia in Torres Del Paine, you'll be in a national park, and 8.7 mi (14 km) from Amarga Lake and 12.4 mi (20 km) from Lake Sarmiento. This lodge is 17 mi (27.4 km) from Blue Lake and 18.3 mi (29.5 km) from Lago Pehoe.
Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the 33 guestrooms.
Amenities Take in the views from a terrace and a garden and make use of amenities such as tour/ticket assistance.
Dining At Ecocamp Patagonia, enjoy a satisfying meal at the restaurant. Wrap up your day with a drink at the bar/lounge. A complimentary buffet breakfast is served daily from 7 AM to 10 AM.
Business, Other Amenities The front desk is staffed during limited hours. Free self parking is available onsite.
Check in/out Hotel Check-in Time is 3 PM, Check-out Time is 10 AM.
Cancellation Policy Cancellation and prepayment policies vary according to room type. Please check the Fare policy associated with your room.
Extra Bed The inclusion of extra bed with a booking is facilitated with a folding cot or a mattress as an extra bed.
Payment Mode You can pay now or you can pay at the hotel if your selected room type has this option.
User rating & reviews
Read about experiences of fellow travellers who have stayed at this hotel.
EXCELLENT 477 reviews
VERY GOOD 98 reviews
AVERAGE 30 reviews
POOR 12 reviews
TERRIBLE 10 reviews
20 May 2018
Once in a lifetime
One of our highlights during our South America trip. With 4 days over here and day trips around the entire place like to the Torres del Paine and the lagoon that are amazing, not only the guide but the entire service was incredible. The place cannot be compared to go camping, too luxury, but the way to be related to the nature is still far from being in a hotel, and that's why we came here. The tent stays warm over night, important, as its cold outside. Same for the food, got enough energy every morning to make the day a success. To do something different, this is a great place to start.
09 May 2018
Toured Patagonia for 10 days. Booked 2 days standard dome tent and extended stay for 1 night in suite. Had really nice dinner, breakfast best of my stay - large selection and freshly prepared. Was less keen on standard dome - basically a bed in a unheated tent (but that’s how it’s announced as), but Suite has wood stove - much better when it’s freezing outside. Staff very friendly and helpful. Would go back without hesitation but would directly book suite.
08 May 2018
My Excellent review from Torre....
I only give one excellent review in which city in the world.
Since I tried many places in this area this one was my favorite!
So... don’t really know how to put in words what I feel about this place! Starting with the amazing view from Torres del Paine every morning when you open the curtain of your eco-dome, to all the sustainability of this place, to the warm welcome of all the staff always ready to help you in a glance, to the yoga dome, to the delicious meals (the strawberry juice, organic pie and homemade granola with almods milk from breakie and the amazing idea of do-it-yourself for your lunch box to the yummy food from locals to the dinner causing great wonder to all!) and the ambience of the bar at nights!
Absolutely an astonishing place nestled in a magic surroding! We go again!! For sure...
Solo travel Traveller
02 May 2018
Amazing Experience Well Beyond....
I don't usually write reviews, but the service I received from Cascada Expediciones and EcoCamp Patagonia was so exceptional that I felt compelled to write one!
First off, dealing with Cascada Expediciones, who owns the EcoCamp, and booking my 5 day W Trek, was excellent. They were very responsive and answered all my myriad of questions. And the week before my trip they sent me a detailed itinerary.
It started with my hotel in Santiago, which I received from them as a promotion for trekking during the low season. The place they booked was a cute, boutique hotel that was very well situated for seeing the city and with excellent and helpful English-speaking staff.
The next day I flew to Punta Arenas and was greeted by a very polite man with an EcoCamp sign who led me to van (where the other guests were waiting, I was the last to arrive). The van was very comfortable and clean and it was a pleasant drive to Puerto Natales where they provided an excellent lunch and then on to Torres del Paine National Park.
I really enjoyed my EcoCamp Dome. I chose the Standard domes with no amenities but I found it to be a very comfortable glamping experience. Although it was not heated and it was the fall in Patagonia, they blankets provided kept me comfortably warm at night. And the service at the Welcome Dome, where again I asked many questions, was friendly and helpful.
The trip included breakfast, lunch and dinner every day and my expectations were low but the food was really, really fantastic. The dinners were really terrific and the servers were incredibly attentive. The breakfast buffet was was delicious and satisfying and for our 'boxed lunches' that we took on the hikes, they provided materials to make your own sandwiches that included a number of rustic breads, meats, cheese, vegetables and spreads. These were fairly gourmet sandwiches. I don't think I've ever eaten so much food. You definitely will not go hungry at EcoCamp.
The hike was difficult. Patagonia is known for changeable weather and the wind was intense and the rain was quite heavy, but that's all part of the experience :) The guides were fantastic -- really fun and knowledgeable.
And one of the best parts of the trip is the other people you'll meet at EcoCamp and throughout the park. It takes a certain kind of person to want to spend their vacation time in Patagonia :)
After the trip concluded, we were back in the comfortable vans to our next destination and also included was a bus ticket to Calafate, where I was headed next. The guides rode with us in the van, helped us through the bus terminal, and made sure we got on the right bus on time. From the time they picked us up to when they dropped us off I felt fully taken care of and was able to just concentrate on having a terrific time. It's not a cheap trip, but its not a cheap park to visit and they do take care of absolutely everything between when they pick you up and when they drop you off -- I didn't spend a penny while I was down there, everything was included.
I have always wanted to go to Patagonia and this trip really exceeded my expectations. I was so impressed with the service I received. I felt that everything was taken care of very professionally and I look forward to visiting again!
30 Apr 2018
Amazing place to stay with onl....
A long review for the benefit of those who come after me.
What we did: 4 day/5 night safari in mid/late April. Stayed in a superior suite dome.
Us: Two active, mid 30’s adults from California.
Im going to give the negative first, but know that I am giving EcoCamp a 9.5/10.
The only negative of the trip: It would have been nice for the camp to send us an email in the days before the trip letting us know what conditions would be like and what we should bring for the excursions. They tell you that “you can experience all four seasons in one day” and you can look up the weather on line, but the weather reports are unreliable and realistically you cannot pack for all four seasons. We were told that they do send such an email, but that we didn’t receive it because we booked with booking.com. I spoke with someone who did receive the email and they said that it was not helpful. Even two of our guides told us that they have bene lobbying management to send such a detailed email to guests, but there has been push back.
So with that in mind, CHECK THE WEATHER BEFORE YOU GO. If you are going in fall or spring, PLAN ON A LOT OF RAIN. I am a more experienced packer and hiker than my girlfriend, so I packed many things “just in case” but she did not. So she was without proper gear. This is tough because, while there are a handful of outfitter stores in Puerto Natales and Punta Arenas, no one store has all the gear you might need (we could not find any rainpants in almost 10 stores in the two cities), they will not have it in your size, and you will not have time to try to find it. Because of this, she was without rain pants at a time when it was forecast to rain or snow several of the days we were there. EcoCamp and the store down the hill have some things, but not everything. With that in mind, here is what I would plan on bringing if you are going in late fall:
- rain pants (not hiking pants, actual water proof rain pants)
- rain jacket (an actual rain jacket, not just a puff jacket)
- gaters (I cannot emphasize enough how important these are)
- hiking poles
- four pairs of wool hiking socks (yes 4 and yes wool—you’ll want one pair to wear, one pair to change into after hiking, and another two pair for the next day while the original pairs are drying)
- long underwear tops and bottoms
- wool hat
- day pack with bladder big enough to accommodate change of clothes and food
- hiking boots
- dry bag (or at least several plastic bags)
- drying rope (they have drying lines, but they are often full; this you can use for inside)
- comfy shoes for night
The other small slightly annoying negative was that they did not have yoga any of the five days we were there despite the schedule we saw before we arrived saying otherwise . . .
The food was incredible and you will NEVER have to worry about being hungry. Every night it was delicious (the beef wasn’t that great, but it was still good). The bar is a real deal mixology spot. They don’t have everything, but they do an amazing job with what they have.
Lunches are a build your own event. They set up sandwich meats, several kinds of bread, and all the fixing and you make your own. You also have access to fresh fruit, muffins, chocolate bars, trail mix, and granola bars. I recommend packing two sandwiches for the hikes.
Breakfast is a full wonderful buffet of everything you could want.
Our dome was great. Shower had great water pressure and water was hot. We had a dome with a wood burning stove. The only issue there was that it would be super-duper hot at the beginning of the night then cool in the morning. Just roll with it—you’re “glamping”. We had a little porch that looked at the mountains. We didn’t use it, though, as it was cold and rainy.
The guides were awesome. Super friendly. Very knowledgeable.
The transport from Punta Arenas was fast and safe (Mercedes Sprinter Vans). Driver would stop so we could use the rest room or take photos along the way. The lunch spot in Puerto Natales was delicious. Proper lunch—not just sandwich or burgers.
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