Our accommodations are selected for their exceptional quality, location, and character. Below are several of the accommodations featured on this expedition.
Tierra Patagonia Hotel & Spa
Built into the curve of a bluff along the shores of Lake Sarmiento and offering spectacular views of the Torres del Paine, Tierra Patagonia Hotel & Spa is a celebration of its stunning natural surroundings. The hotel was selected as a charter member of the National Geographic Unique Lodges of the World collection and is a model of sustainable tourism, while also providing an exceptional guest experience. Suites have a two-story loft design with floor-to-ceiling windows; Superior rooms feature a large full bathroom; and Standard rooms offer a smaller bathroom. The lodge features a restaurant serving locally sourced cuisine, spacious lounge area with a fireplace, a bar, library, and state-of-the-art spa.
Split-level suites offer spectacular views
The second-story loft of a suite at Tierra Patagonia
Suite and Superior rooms feature a large full bathroom
Located in the heart of the fashionable Recoleta neighborhood, Alvear Palace is the grand dame of Buenos Aires hotels. Sumptuous gathering areas are clad in marble, finished with gilded accents, and serviced by a staff of attentive butlers. Each spacious room is fitted with a work desk and lounge area and is equipped with Wi-Fi, a plasma TV, and DVD player. Property amenities include a selection of fine-dining choices and bars as well as a spa with fitness, pool, and wellness areas.
The only hotel located in the Brazilian section of Iguaçu National Park, this Portuguese colonial residence is adjacent to the falls, allowing exclusive guest access when the park is closed to outside visitors. Guest rooms are decorated with artisanal fabrics and dark-wood furnishings, and shared spaces include a range of dining areas, as well as an outdoor pool, spa, and lush tropical gardens.
Blending colonial architecture with modern comforts, Sofitel Legend Santa Clara Cartagena offers spacious rooms, personalized service, and a tranquil spa. The building once served as the Cloister of the Poor Clare Sisters and still maintains historical elements, including crypts, wells, confessionals, paintings, doors, hidden windows, and ceramics. The on-site restaurant serves traditional cuisine infused with international flavors.