Isla Victoria Lodge
The new Lodge was inaugurated in 2002, at the same place. It has a stone and steel structure, and it is much larger and modern than the original one. Thanks to its orientation to the sunset, the bay, the lake and the imposing Andean peaks, the terrace offers the most spectacular views.
It has 22 rooms, including 2 suites, large and luminous; all of them with hydro massage bathtubs.
There is an integral program including Patagonian high cuisine, spa and guided tours.
The lodge has 3 living rooms with minimalist decoration, a very complete cellar with the best wines, a complete library and a health club with outdoor pool, hydro massage, Scottish shower and sauna.
Rooms do not have: Telephone, television, music or frigobar. It is not an omission: it is the way to protect our guests from noises and elements from everyday life. Even though the rooms are non-smoking, there is a comfortable Cigar-room.
At the Lodge, every Guest is unique. And that is why the treatment is personalized, adapted to each customer’s need.
We want each visitor to have his/her own experience, enjoying the purest sensations generated by this paradise island.
We want to transmit kindness and safety, just by the look in the eyes, the quiet walking and the friendly dialog. We want our guests to feel the main characters in this fantastic play.
Respect for Nature is a must.
Every step on the land should be unique.
Children under 12 are not allowed.
The basic program “Discovering Victoria Island” consists of 2 or 3 nights; it includes in-out transfers -both land and lake-, all meals (breakfast, lunch, tea and dinner) and beverages (both alcoholic and non-alcoholic) and all the activities featured by the lodge.
Passengers shall only have to pay for drinks from the bar, phone calls, wines from the cellar, eventual transfers or tours not proposed by the lodge, fly fishing and massages.
We also have “Special Programs” for longer periods:
- Discovering Victoria Island, 2 nights and 1 additional night
- One Week at Victoria Island
- Two Weeks at Victoria Island