La Mirage is a beautiful Boutique-Hotel is located in the outstanding place called Tunquén. Enjoy the tranquility and serenity of nature which characterizes this area, with a view towards the ocean and Quebrada Grande.
Built in the ancient Chilean tradition, La Mirage offers a surprising atmosphere. Upon entering through the main entrance you might think that your eyes are deceiving you - seen from the outside the house does not perceive the jewel that unfolds in the interior. Interior corridors and terraces encircles the patio with its abundant vegetation, and the song of the fountain lets you dream of past times.
Small and intimate, the hotel offers the exclusiveness that guests have come to expect and appreciate, as well as tranquility and relaxation. Professional staff will assist your every need during your stay, offering an experience out of the ordinary.
La Mirage offers fully equiped rooms, all with individual bathrooms, for relaxing and enjoying the calm of countryside life. Both Classic and Superior rooms are comfortable and well equipped to ensure a restful nights sleep and a peaceful stay. Rooms are available with either a double bed, twin beds or a triple room.
Enjoy your meal on the terrace with lovely garden views - full service all day. The hotels chef will nurture your pallet with his inspired cooking, and the courteous staff will charm you while ensuring that your every need is met. The restaurant proposes "cocina de autor" (creating cuisine) of Chilean and international inspiration. Inspiration is found in the concepts of "slow food" and "cuisine du marché" - fresh products directly from the market place, mainly of regional produce. The restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner - and offers a service as tea room during the months of summer.
The Tea Room operates in the Restaurant area during the daytime. Relax over a finely brewed cup of tea and a selection of treats after a day of exploration, or as an indulgence during a day of relaxation. The hotel's confectioner proposes sweet specialties, all in an informal and relaxed atmosphere. Chose from a large selection of tea and coffee, cakes, pies and home-made ice-cream.
The small onsite boutique offers Chilean handicraft and art work, as well as regional olive oil, home-made jams and marmelades, organic coffee, and more. Browse the shop and find gifts for yourself and friends among the regional specialties and handicrafts.
The trip might have been the absolute best of our lifetime (thus far). We particularly want to commend our guide Peter in the Guilin area-he was so incredibly attentive, energetic, enthusiastic-and absolutely dedicated to ensuring that our meals were 100% vegetarian.