Portillo Ski Week

Chile

Small lodges, specialized service, and soft snowy slopes make Portillo a perfect choice to escape for a week.

Portillo Ski Week

Hotel Portillo

The bright yellow building of the Hotel Portillo has become an iconic symbol of the resort. With nearly as many staff as guests, the service is excellent, and amenities are outstanding. Temperate pools and hot tubs provide a great place to rest, rejuvenate, and socialize after a day spent skiing or boarding. One of the biggest advantages at the Portillo resort is the facility to ski in ski out, making access to the slopes very easy. Lodging is full-board, meaning a lift ticket for each day of skiing as well as four (yes, four!) great meals per day.

 

Octagon Lodge

Located just steps from the main hotel, Octagon Lodge shares the ski in ski out advantage of the main hotel. Guests in Octagon Lodge have access to all of the same hotel services, including meals, as guests in the main hotel. The lodge is much smaller than the hotel, with each room having two sets of bunk beds and a private bathroom. It is a good option for groups of four and younger crowds.

 

Inca Lodge

Also located on the same complex as the hotel and Octagon Lodge, the Inca Lodge is the most economical option. Suited to the young backpacker crowd, each room has two sets of bunks (meaning you might not know your roommate), and bathrooms are shared. Four meals a day are included in the rate, though they are taken in a self-serve cafeteria and not in the main hotel. Other than meals, guests in Inca Lodge have access to the other hotel facilities.

 

Portillo Ski Week Extension to Ski Arpa

Termas de Jahuel

This recently renovated, historic, 4-star resort is nestled in the foothills of the Andes, near San Felipe and is about a 60-minute drive from Ski Arpa. Termas de Jahuel features indoor and outdoor thermal pools, massage and steam baths for relaxing after a hard day on the slopes. Visitors to Termas de Jahuel will find cozy, ultra-comfortable guestrooms that are fully stocked with amenities such as mineralized spring-water showers and satellite TV. Trails through scented forest wind around the resort and the hotel has an elegant dining area.

 

Casa San Regis

A beautifully maintained 18th-century hacienda, Casa San Regis provides an authentic Chilean experience which is hard to find at the main ski resorts. This bed & breakfast style hotel is the closest to Ski Arpa Cat Skiing (about 1 hour away).  The staff is warm and welcoming, embodying the best of Chilean hospitality. Large, comfortable dining and lounging areas showcase the original architecture. Both breakfast and dinner are included.

 

Inca Hotel

The Inca Hotel (not to be confused with the Inca Lodge at Ski Portillo) just opened in late 2009. The 47-room hotel is conveniently located on the international highway in Los Andes making for easy access to Ski Arpa and Portillo as well as downtown Los Andes. The rooms are tastefully decorated in a rustic mimimalist style.

 

Portillo Ski & Wine Week

Hotel Portillo

The bright yellow building of the Hotel Portillo has become an iconic symbol of the resort. With nearly as many staff as guests, the service is excellent, and amenities are outstanding. Temperate pools and hot tubs provide a great place to rest, rejuvenate, and socialize after a day spent skiing or boarding. One of the biggest advantages at the Portillo resort is the facility to ski in ski out, making access to the slopes very easy. Lodging is full-board, meaning a lift ticket for each day of skiing as well as four (yes, four!) great meals per day.

 

Octagon Lodge

Located just steps from the main hotel, Octagon Lodge shares the ski in ski out advantage of the main hotel. Guests in Octagon Lodge have access to all of the same hotel services, including meals, as guests in the main hotel. The lodge is much smaller than the hotel, with each room having two sets of bunk beds and a private bathroom. It is a good option for groups of four and younger crowds.

 

Inca Lodge

Also located on the same complex as the hotel and Octagon Lodge, the Inca Lodge is the most economical option. Suited to the young backpacker crowd, each room has two sets of bunks (meaning you might not know your roommate), and bathrooms are shared. Four meals a day are included in the rate, though they are taken in a self-serve cafeteria and not in the main hotel. Other than meals, guests in Inca Lodge have access to the other hotel facilities.

PP/Night from US$ 164