Hotel Cabo de Hornos , Chile

Hotel Cabo de Hornos is located in the heart of the historic town of Punta Arenas, Chile.

Cabo de Hornos Hotel blends avant-garde interiors, cozy ambience and stylish guest rooms with marvelous views of the Punta Arenas cityscape and the Strait of Magellan.

Find the best of this relaxing and friendly city at your doorstep; from their location in La Plaza Central, the top attractions, shopping and restaurants are minutes away.

Hotel Cabo de Hornos - Punta Arenas, Chile

Each of the 110 newly renovated guest rooms offers a chic, contemporary retreat infused with comfort and warmth. All accommodations are decorated in Patagonian style and appointed with free Wi-Fi, pillowtop beds, private baths and flat-screen televisions with cable programming.

Offering a splendid complimentary breakfast in the Cabo de Hornos Restaurant, a well-equipped fitness center and elegant social areas for unwinding, Cabo de Hornos Hotel ensures a relaxing travel experience in the heart of the city and moments from the wonders of Patagonia.

Hotel Cabo de Hornos Dining

Hotel Cabo de Hornos restaurant, located in the heart of Punta Arenas at Plaza de Armas Muñoz Gamero square, invites you to enjoy an excellent and high-level cuisine, with typical regional products.

Here, in addition to finding dishes made with excellent products that combine the best of international and local cuisine, you can enjoy a menu with a variety of wines and desserts that evoke the Patagonian spirit.

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  • Hotel Cabo de Hornos Nearby Attractions:
  • Hotel Cabo de Hornos Nearby Attractions

  • Torres Del Paine National Park
    Presiding nearly 2,000 meters above the Patagonian steppe, the granite pillars of Torres del Paine (Towers of Paine) might be the most iconic natural attraction in South America. While the towers are typically the main attraction, you will also find deep blue lakes, forested hiking trails, whitewater rivers spanned by creaky bridges and a humungous glacier.

  • Pingüino Rey - Tierra Del Fuego
    Discover the king penguin at this park in Tierra del Fuego. Located a little over three hours from Punta Arenas, the park is home to a colony of Antarctic king penguins. Visitors can get up close to these amazing birds and watch them in their natural habitat.

  • Strait Of Magellan
    Connecting the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans, the Strait of Magellan is one of the planet’s most vital natural waterways. Passing below Chile and above Tierra del Fuego and Antarctica, it was named after Ferdinand Magellan, who first navigated the waterway on his voyage to be the first person to circumnavigate the globe.

  • Bulnes Fort
    Connecting the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans, the Strait of Magellan is one of the planet’s most vital natural waterways. Passing below Chile and above Tierra del Fuego and Antarctica, it was named after Ferdinand Magellan, who first navigated the waterway on his voyage to be the first person to circumnavigate the globe.

  • Magallanes National Reserve
    On its beautiful 19,625 hectares the Magallanes National Reserve has diverse fauna like avutardas, coigues, chincoles, chercanes, pitio and black woodpecker, loicas, thrushes, jergon and royal ducks, lauchones, mice, pumas and, grey and culpeo foxes.

  • Parque Pali Aike
    A 50-square-kilometer park on Chile’s Argentine border, Parque Pali Aike features volcanic landscapes marked with craters, caves and twisted formations. Pali Aike means 'devil's country' in Tehuelche and one visit to this desolate but eerily beautiful place will show you why.

  • Magdalena Island
    Located in the Strait of Magellan about 27 miles from Punta Arenas, Magdalena Island is a nature preserve that protects the Magellanic Penguins.

    With 70,000 penguins, a number that rises to 200,000 during hatching season, the island is literally covered with penguins. You will also find cormorants, common seagulls, dolphin gulls, Chilean skuas, Eared Seals and South American Fur Seals.

  • Nao Victoria Museum
    One of the most popular and interesting museums in Punta Arenas, this museum explores Magellan’s passage from the Atlantic to the Pacific in November 1520 through the strait that now bears his name.

    In addition to a full scale replica of the Nao Victoria, the only one of Magellan’s flotilla of five ships that completed the first around-the-world voyage, the museum features other ship that have figured prominently in the history of the strait.

  • Palacio Sara Braun
    Overlooking Plaza Muñoz Gamero, this lavish mansion welcomed Punta Arenas’ high society residents during the late 1800s and early 1900s. It is considered a masterpiece of European architecture and décor. The palace is open daily for tours and has a small admission fee.

  • Museo Regional
    Learn about the history, culture and geography of Punta Arenas at this restored private mansion, as told by exhibits, artifacts, maps, diagrams, graphics, documents, photographs and more.

  • Museo De Los Salecianos
    A grand remnant of the Strait’s Salesian missions, the Salesian Museum showcases a diverse collection of ethnological, archaeological, historical and biological artifacts.

  • Cabo Froward
    The southernmost point on South America, beautiful Cabo Froward (Cape Froward) can be reached via a two-day hike along the blustery cliffs. Once you reach this rugged area, the opportunities for bird watching, whale watching, kayaking and hiking are plentiful.

  • San Isidro Lighthouse
    Lit in 1904, the San Isidro Lighthouse is part of a chain of eight centuries-old lighthouses placed along the shores of the Strait of Magellan. The road to the lighthouse is inaccessible to vehicles so be sure to bring your hiking shoes!
  • Punta Arenas Cemetery
    Known for its splendid mausoleums, grand architecture and pine trees, the civic cemetery of Punta Arenas dates back to the 1840's and is home to the graves of local noble families, along with English and Croatian immigrants.

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