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Set in lush, private gardens on the shores of Lake Villarrica, Hotel Antumalal offers a tranquil stay in the Lake District. Its location at the base of Villarrica Volcano hasn’t deterred such esteemed guests as Queen Elizabeth II and Neil Armstrong.
This Bauhaus-style building features wood-paneled rooms and suites, while chalets and a villa also dot the grounds. Fireplaces and handmade Mapuche rugs and throws give a welcoming feel, and large picture windows offer spectacular views.
The hotel offers a range of activities from hiking, biking, and horseback riding, to volcano ascents, husky tours, and skiing excursions. You can also bathe in hot springs, learn about the Mapuche culture, or see the local wildlife. After a day’s adventuring, relax in Spa Antumaco, before swapping stories over a pisco sour in the bar.
Hotel Antumalal Information
Location & Getting There
Hotel Antumalal is perched on a rocky outcrop on the shores of Lake Villarrica near Pucon, in Chile’s stunning Lake District, a 1-hour drive from Temuco Araucania Airport.
The hotel provides 16 elegantly appointed rooms and chalets with native wood paneling, open fires, retro-style furniture, locally made linens, and rugs. The Twins and Double rooms feature a log fireplace, walk-in wardrobe, and bathroom. Family suites are complete with a small library and sofa in the sitting area. The 3 Chalets comprise of a living area and kitchen - Royal Chalet has 3 bedrooms, an interior garden, and a balcony; Forest Chalet has 3 bedrooms and an outdoor barbeque area; Lake Chalet has 2 bedrooms and a private terrace.
There are endless outdoor activities and excursions on offer to suit all ages and fitness levels. Go trekking in Huerquehue National Park, discover Caburgua waterfalls, hike up Volcano Villarrica, explore volcanic caves, take a trip to the Chile-Argentina border, or visit a Mapuche reservation to experience some local culture. Thrill-seekers will enjoy canopy rides, rafting, sailing, fly-fishing, horse riding, snow sports, windsurfing, and bird watching.
Children are welcome at the hotel. There is no specific entertainment for children, but babysitters can be arranged.
This hotel has a lot of history and feels like something of a national treasure. The Bauhaus-style building features wood-paneled rooms and suites, while chalets and a villa also dot the grounds. Fireplaces and handmade Mapuche rugs are a cozy touch, and large picture windows offer spectacular views. I loved that you can bathe in hot springs. The unique design of this property is particularly fascinating – and very photography-worthy.
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