Each of the private villas at Awasi Patagonia comes complete with its own hot tub, wood-burning stove, and incredible views. The wooden structures themselves are simple and box-like, but blend into the landscape and successfully become a part of it. Their design was inspired by old Patagonian shelters and ranching outposts. Their position atop the hillside gives the very best views of the national park and mountainous landscapes.
The restaurant serves sumptuous dishes containing locally sourced ingredients and produce picked from their very own kitchen garden. Executive Chef Mariano Salaberry prepares a fresh, seasonal menu, including imaginative delights you’ll never taste elsewhere, such as guanaco tartar. He’s a true artist when it comes to presentation and the mixing of subtle flavours.
Each Awasi villa is assigned its own personal guide and four-wheel drive, enabling you to discover hidden parts of the region with someone who knows it inside out. We particularly recommend visiting The Awasi Puma Foundation, a conservation project launched by the hotel to protect the local puma population.