Hotel Cumbres Puerto Varas is where the stunning natural beauty of southern Chile’s Patagonia meets the intimacy and warmth of contemporary luxury. Tucked within the enchanting village of Puerto Varas, Hotel Cumbres Puerto Varas is lauded for its world-class rooms and commanding views of its Lake Llanquihue and snowcapped Osorno and Calbuco volcano neighbors.
Hotel Cumbres Puerto Varas houses 90 guest rooms, each borrowing from the native woods, warm colors, and regional textures of southern Chile to provide guests with a taste of the country’s finer and simpler luxuries. The landmark feature of any stay is certainly the room’s private balcony, which affords unparalleled, panoramic views of Lake Llanquihue and the Osorno Volcano. For a more exclusive stay within Hotel Cumbres Puerto Varas, opt for the Presidential Suite, outfitted with a private access hall, guest amenities, in-room fireplace, and personal kitchenette for the ultimate all-inclusive escape.
Downstairs, the lobby of Hotel Cumbres Puerto Varas offers an ideal spot to relax after a day of exploring. Lounge in one of the overstuffed armchairs next to the log fireplace, then head next door to the romantic Cumbres de Lago Restaurant for an array of exotic meat and seafood. Hotel Cumbres Puerto Varas excels at blending the finest flavors of authentic Chilean cuisine with international flair under the direction of award-winning Chef Claudio Ubeda. From the lovingly handcrafted cocktails at Bar La Araucaria to traditional tea served fireside at the Winter Garden lounge, dining at Hotel Cumbres Puerto Varas promises to be just as memorable as the breathtaking views. Yet the best place to enjoy the imposing presence of the lake and volcanoes exists in the hotel’s top floor Natural Spa, where the heated pool, sauna, and fitness center provide rejuvenation and relaxation amid Chile’s natural beauty.
Hotel Cumbres Puerto Varas is situated only a short stroll from the lovely town center of Puerto Varas. With its wood-shingled home, rose gardens, and authentic local restaurants, this idyllic town boasts heaps of charming character. It also serves as the gateway to some of the country’s finest outdoor recreation on Chile’s second largest lake, Lake Llanquihue, and its sister volcanoes. Kayaking, canyoning, rock climbing, fishing, hiking, and skiing are all popular pastimes for locals and visitors alike, as are visits to some of the lake’s beautiful beaches and historical chapels.Request Information