At the edge of the south Chilean archipelago, almost at the end of the world, sits one of South America’s most remarkable hotels. Chilean architect Pedro Kovacic has transformed a 1915 meat-processing plant into a labyrinth of soaring interiors laden with Victorian-style comforts – each of The Singular’s 57 rooms feature roll-top baths, king-size beds and mahogany writing desks. The Singular spa is the largest in Patagonia and the hotel restaurant every bit as spectacular as the landscape that surrounds it.
Wake up to floor-to-ceiling views of snow-capped peaks and turbulent seas – ample inspiration for the day ahead and an excellent excuse for breakfast in bed. Heaven for the active-minded, days are filled with boating, hiking, pedalling and riding, or visiting Chile’s crown jewel, the nearby Torres del Paine National Park.