The Hotel Chile España closed its doors definitively in March 2018 to make way for the new project that Nicolas Samson, a gastronomic businessman and Etienne Didot, a French professional soccer player, had in mind. Together they decided to rebuild a whole new hotel that would represent their passion: the Sea and Chilean Wine. The construction then begins in April 2018, having to throw away the entire old and deteriorated structure of that building, that was once the preferred accommodation of the travelers of yesteryear who arrived in Pichilemu.
Today the hotel opens its doors with 12 completely new and 2 renovated rooms. Luminous, cozy and spacious rooms, ready for you to spend a pleasant and relaxed time with us.
Chile is a country with a wide diversity of wines, either by its origin that goes from Huasco in the middle of the Atacama Desert, to Puelo, in the north of the Chilean Patagonia. Wines that are born at the foot of the Andes Mountains or a few kilometers from the sea. Diversity in styles, with wines produced by large, medium and small producers that give us a unique and distinctive character. The wines in our shop have been carefully selected by Marcelo Pino, who has been chosen for two consecutive periods as the best Sommelier in Chile.
Second of America in 2015 and 24 of the World in 2016. ``The selection is based precisely on the great diversity of origins and styles that have the Chilean wine, giving a greater focus to the wines of Colchagua, which is precisely where Pichilemu is located within the Chilean wine map (Costa Fría Del Valle de Colchagua)``.``The idea is that our customers can enjoy this great selection of wines and at the same time learn more about the wines of Colchagua, which are widely recognized worldwide``
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We have a wide range of breakfasts, snacks and sandwiches and ice creams. We care about delivering quality products and recipes made with love and generosity. Spacious lounges and terraces for you to choose the place you most like!
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At the architectural level, a reinterpretation of the Chilean patronal style was carried out, rescuing elements of this style in search of a respectful intervention with the traditional architecture.