Nestled in the heart of Torres del Paine National Park sits the award-winning EcoCamp Patagonia – world’s first geodesic dome hotel. This eco-rustic paradise of fully sustainable geodesic domes, opened in 2011 was the first hotel of its kind in the world, and since then, has become an industry leader in sustainable lodging, inspiring the opening of eight other similar hotels worldwide.
Located in the green valleys with a privileged view to the famous Torres de Paine, the Ecocamp is the ideal place for you to stay when visiting this beautiful park.
The hotel is set discreetly in the nature, the dome rooms (inspired by the architecture of the ancestral Kaweskar tribe) are surrounded by green scenery that blends perfectly with the domes.
. The camp offers luxury suite dome lofts, standard lofts, a central community dome, as well as a relaxing Yoga Dome for group and individual classes.
One of the main draws of the Ecocamp is the walking tours that they run out of the camp to the “W” and “O” hiking routes.
Their skilled and highly knowledgeable guides will take you through the many valleys and ravines that are all around the central mount, to then relax at either end in this warm and inviting property.
When not out exploring the park on one of EcoCamp’s many thrilling excursions and tours, guests can relax in their cozy domes, enjoy drinks in the Bar Dome, practice yoga in the Yoga Dome, bond with fellow travelers over delicious meals in the Community Domes, and more – all surrounded by the peaceful wilderness of Patagonia. A stay here goes for about $2,500 per week.