An attractive twenty-minute stroll from central Puerto Natales, the impressive Remota Patagonia Lodge overlooks the waterfront and its spectacular mountain backdrop. Designed by a renowned Chilean hotel architect, the black angular building takes inspiration from the local sheep shearing industry, with locally sourced woods incorporated throughout the building and soft woollen fabrics warming the lofty ceilings of the hotel lobby. Sloped angles throughout the building represent windswept fences, reflecting the harsh surrounding Patagonian wilderness. The hotel has 72 spacious rooms which have local pizarra stone flooring, exposed lenga wood and soft warm lighting to represent candlelight. Another nice touch is the wooden bathroom ceilings, which are made from a wood that emits a pleasing aroma when humid. As its name suggests, the Remota Patagonia Lodge has been built with disconnection in mind; no background music plays throughout the hotel and, whilst rooms are extremely comfortable, they are unfussy and do not have TVs and only a limited Wi-Fi connection. However, all rooms gaze out towards the fjords and Puerto Natales or towards the national park, allowing you to become truly immersed within your surroundings, whilst the spa in particular has exceptional views. There are many packages available including meals and different excursions bundles, but we think it would be a shame to limit yourselves to eating in one place when Puerto Natales itself is a real foodie haven!