Hotel Cabo de Hornos For Tradition in Chile’s Punta Arenas

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Located at the heart of Punta Arenas, Chile, Hotel Cabo de Hornos stands out for its traditional building that has been witness to the development of the city, housing the history and tradition of the Patagonian culture.

Looking onto the Strait of Magellan, the hotel is an icon of the Patagonian capital, chosen by the Bicentennial Commission as the most emblematic piece of architecture and contribution to the city of Magallanes during the twentieth century.

Hotel Cabo de Hornos boasts 110 modern and cozy rooms.

There’s also a restaurants and a lounge at the property, both of which are chic and modern. While you’re there, sample some of Chile’s famous gamut of wines, especially the rare carménère, which is a grape rediscovered in Chile in 1994 and it is gaining a reputation as the star of the winemaking world.

The hotel is very centrally located so only a 5-7 minute walk to the city center or a few hundred meters to the ocean’s edge.

Hotel Cabo de Hornos

Plaza Muñoz Gamero 1025
Punta Arenas, Magallanes y Antártica Chilena
6200000, Chile
 
56-61-2715000 or 56-61-2715050
  • patricio

    Very apt observation about the hotel and the Carmenere, would add only that this strain has won multiple gold medals in wine shows and competitions, alone and mixed with other strains,