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  • Writer's pictureJessie Ladipo

Sexiest Honeymoon Resorts in Patagonia

Updated: Apr 11

Patagonia conjures images of spectacular peaks, vast glaciers, and turquoise lakes. Also, it boasts some of the world’s most beautiful sites. Once upon a time, Patagonia was only for backpackers. Adventure lovers fantasized about trekking across remote vistas and sleeping under the stars. But, times have changed, and Patagonia has changed too. Are they looking for a luxury holiday destination with stunning landscapes, incredible food, and rich culture? Look no further! Patagonia is a luxury romance destination. Here are the sexiest honeymoon resorts in Patagonia.

Bariloche, Argentina

Surrounded by staggering mountain peaks, crystal blue lakes, and rivers lies the Llao Llao. It is a magnificent resort. Llao Llao dominates a hilltop flanked by Lake Nahuel Huapi and Lake Moreno in the foothills of the Andes.

Torres del Paine, Chile

Tierra is a luxury escape in a rugged natural landscape. Waking up each morning to Torres del Paine National Park will turn even the most ardent night owl into a morning person. You will be struck by the sheer majesty view every morning because each bed overlooks the park.

El Calafate, Argentina

Sitting all alone in a desolate, windswept expanse of the steppe is the lovely Eolo. Modeled on a classic sheep farm, you will find corrugated zinc walls and gabled roofs. These protect a central courtyard from the elements. A rustic homeliness permeates the resort.

Puerto Bories, Chile

Are you hoping for a taste of Chile’s past? You will find it in spades at Singular Patagonia. Native architect Pedro Kovacic refashioned a 1915 storage plant into an eco-hotel. He installed a funicular that transports guests from the old tannery to the lobby. And, the entrance hangs suspended over the original century-old pulleys and pipes.

Patagonia, Argentina

The Arakur Ushuaia was designed based on sustainable architecture. It lies 250 meters above sea level; stunning panoramic views, native forests, natural terraces surround the resort. And green areas are harmonically integrated into the environment.

Torres del Paine, Chile

Explora is all-inclusive for people who hate all-inclusive hotels. Explora is a great base camp to explore the Torres del Paine National Park. It offers guided hikes and horseback rides; it allows you to discover the different landscapes of Patagonia.

Bariloche, Argentina

Bariloche’s El Casco Art Hotel quickly re-established as the perfect place for an elegant trip; after a decade of neglect, the resort reopened in 2007. New owner Ignacio Gutiérrez Zaldívar, an avid art collector, has opted for quiet refinement. Also, he has installed 300 works of modern art in the hotel.

Patagonia, Argentina

Las Balsas is a magical hideaway nestled in a dreamlike cove overlooking a beautiful lake and surrounded by snow-capped mountains. And it has a boathouse and jetty on one of the lake’s prettiest bays—the lodge calls to couples who like to mix a spot of outdoor activity with lots of pampering.

Torres del Paine, Argentina

You feel like you’re staying at the edge of the world when staying at Awasi. The 14 stand-alone villas scatter across a hillside facing the majestic peaks; each comes with a private guide and 4WD. They allow guests to explore at their own pace. You can visit where you want when you want.

Punta Ninfas, Argentina

Set on cliffs, El Pedral Lodge boasts a private stretch of coastline. Complete with an elephant-seal colony. It is also home to penguins and sea lions. The main house dates to 1904. This former sheep farm possesses a lovely verandah with spectacular ocean views.

Patagonia is an adventure playground in every sense of the word. It offers superb walking and trekking opportunities. Besides, there is horse-riding and unique terrains to explore. But, there is more to Patagonia than backpacker’s fever dream. It is also a perfectly luxurious and romantic destination.

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