Conceived in the 40’s and influenced by the Bauhaus style, the design and lines of the Antumalal captivate our guests. Constructed on a rocky promontory that dominates the lake, each corner was designed to fit harmoniously with the natural surroundings. In just 5 years, the owners and the Chilean architect Jorge Elton transformed the arid and inhospitable terrain into a magnificent building with beautiful gardens that we still enjoy today. To find out more about the history of the hotel click here.
The rooms extend over a cliff, each with panoramic windows looking out onto the lake. Meanwhile, four Chalets are hidden within the gardens, all with the same architectural style, but each one different. The original design of the furniture mixes native wood, iron, cords, white rugs and open fireplaces creating an air of warmth, simplicity and elegance.
Maintain the original line while modernizing the installations is a challenge that the Antumalal successfully embraces. The recent addition of the Spa Antumaco demonstrates the pledge to remain faithful to the original architecture using wood, rock and cement to integrate into nature. Thanks to this commitment, the hotel continues to be an architectural jewel and represents a tribute to the tourism industry of Chile and the Pucón area. Right from the beginning, the Antumalal was a pioneer in the development of the tourist hub of Pucón that we know today.