The mansion was formerly owned by the José Nogueira widow, Sara Braun, two characters who “wrote” the history of Patagonia. In 1890, they ordered the construction of a splendid mansion in front of the main square of Punta Arenas, which, with the passing of time, transformed into one of the symbols of the city. In 1982 it was declared national monument.
The building has a neoclassical style with generous details in the ornamentation. The two story mansion was built in brick masonry, over stone foundations. A wooden structure supports the ceiling, covered with a galvanized iron roof with a scales texture. Materials, furniture and decorations were brought from Europe.
A wooden structure supports the ceiling, covered with a galvanized iron roof with a scales texture. Materials, furniture and decorations were brought from Europe.
The dishes at the restaurant La Pérgola are of the mediterranean style, incorporating the most selected of the typical products of the region.
Their preparations respect all the flavor and freshness of local ingredients, highlighting them with creativity and a delicate presentation.
Travel back in time and enjoy your favorite drink at the most historic bar in town. The Shackleton bar offers you a great selection of cocktails, menu of starters, main courses, desserts and semi traditional sandwiches.
The wine cellar stocks a large variety of wines from national wineries and a meticulous recreation of the original whisky taken to Antarctica by Shackleton in one of his expeditions between 1907 and 1909 and found 100 years later.
Hotel José Nogueira has 22 rooms available, 5 suites, 17 standard - 2 single 8 twin and 7 double rooms, all with finely adorned with stylish furniture.
Equipped with 1 single bed. Room area 15 square meters.
Equipped with 1 double beds. Room area varies with most of them at least between 15 and 16 square meters.
Equipped with 2 single beds. Room area varies with most of them at least 16 square meters.
Equipped with a king size bed. Room area varies from 30 to 51 square meters.