There are five meeting rooms at your disposal inspired in unique Chilean landmarks. Thirty five square meters fully equipped in terms of technology and design for your conferences and meetings.
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The Atacama Desert is the driest in the world, yet sometimes it blooms ...
The Valdivian forest is famous for its native plants, its 150-foot-tall trees and also for its rare animal species
Los Andes, is one of the most extensive mountain ranges in the world. Its lands include glaciers, volcanoes, grasslands, deserts, lakes and forests.
The Chilean Antarctic territory covers an area of 1,250,257.6 km2, equivalent to more than 60% of Chile's total area.
From north to south, the Chilean coast extends 4,270 km, and yet only averages 177 km from east to west.