Luxury Hotels and Lodges in South America

From bold design hotels in Buenos Aires, to sun-kissed wine lodges, sprawling estancias and glorious alpine retreats: our favourite luxury hotels in South America are just as varied as this vast and beautiful continent. 

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Casa Andina Select Chiclayo

Location: Lima & The Desert Coast | Peru

Casa Andina Select Chiclayo is a relaxing hotel in Chiclayo, and an ideal choice for those heading off the beaten track and into Peru’s lesser-known corners, including the Moche archaeological site of Sipán.

Best for: History & Heritage, Cultural Immersion, City Hotel, Off the Beaten Track

Colchagua Camp

Location: Santiago & Central Chile | Chile

Immersed in the midst of a bucolic lemon tree orchard, Colchagua Camp puts a luxury spin on camping. Comprised of a collection of domed tents peppering the slopes of the Colchagua Valley, this secluded glamping spot is the perfect base for exploring the vineyards and rustic countryside of central Chile.

Best for: Honeymoon, Luxury Hotel, Lodge, Setting & Views

Gocta Lodge

Location: Central & Northern Peru | Peru

Designed to have the best views of Gocta Cataracts, the Gocta Andes Lodge certainly has one of the most spectacular outlooks in all of Peru. In fact, each of the hotel’s rooms has a balcony view of the waterfall in the distance, as well as views towards the forested mountains that surround it.

Best for: Off the Beaten Track, Setting & Views, Eco-tourism, Wildlife & Nature

Hotel Paracas

Location: Lima & The Desert Coast | Peru

Across the bay from the Paracas National Reserve, Hotel Paracas is perfectly poised for admiring the rich marine life of this captivating region. The hotel is clad with bright and airy spaces with bamboo-blended structures, and an enticing outdoor pool and bar.

Best for: Family-friendly, Luxury Hotel, Chic Design, Setting & Views

Laguna Seca

Location: Central & Northern Peru | Peru

Sequestered in the middle of Peru’s geo-thermal district, the former hacienda, Hotel Laguna Seca & Spa, uses the same hot springs that soothed the aching limbs of Incan Royalty five centuries ago to keep its guests comfortable, with eucalyptus-scented Turkish baths, muscle-relaxing treatments of milk and honey, and even has hot spring water piped into the bedroom’s splash pool-sized baths.

Best for: Guesthouse or Inn, Off the Beaten Track, History & Heritage, Cultural Immersion

Sazagua

Location: The Coffee Triangle (Zona Cafetera) | Colombia

Sazagua is a luxury boutique hotel in the western Risaralda region of Colombia. Renowned for the quality of its coffee, this is a region of great natural beauty, but is just a stone’s throw from the lively city of Pereira. A range of activities, many of them gastronomic as well as coffee-related, is on offer at the hotel.

Best for: Peace & Quiet, Wildlife & Nature, Cultural Immersion, Food & Wine

Tambopata Research Center

Location: Peruvian Amazon | Peru

Nestled deep in the Amazon, the Tambopata Research Center is incredibly remote, and the ideal place to immerse yourself in the sights, sounds and colours of the rainforest. There are numerous exciting activities here, from trekking to sunset river cruises, and you’ll have many chances to get up close and personal with some of the area’s inhabitants, from macaws to monkeys and jaguars.

Best for: Wildlife & Nature, Walking & Trekking, Hideaway, Setting & Views

Tayka de Piedra

Location: Uyuni Salt Flats | Bolivia

Tayka Hotel de Piedra was inspired by its surroundings at San Pedro de Quemes with its traditional thatched roofs and foundations made from local materials like volcanic rock and sand, typical throughout the Andes. It is a cosy retreat on the southern border of the Uyuni Salt Flats, 170km from Calama in Chile.

Best for: Off the Beaten Track, Rustic, Educational, Cultural Immersion

Tayka del Desierto

Location: Uyuni Salt Flats | Bolivia

Marooned in the russet-red desert at an altitude of over 15,000 feet, this utterly remote hotel is the only bolt-hole for mile upon mile. It was constructed using volcanic rock, which both protects it from strong winds and also blends it into the desert environment, and nearly all its electricity and hot water is generated using solar panels.

Best for: Setting & Views, Off the Beaten Track, Rustic

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