Hotel Alaia (HS) - Pichilemu, Chile
Hotel Alaia (HS) - Pichilemu, Chile
Hotel Alaia (HS) - Pichilemu, Chile
Hotel Alaia (HS) - Pichilemu, Chile
Hotel Alaia (HS) - Pichilemu, Chile
Hotel Alaia (HS) - Pichilemu, Chile
Hotel Alaia (HS) - Pichilemu, Chile
Hotel Alaia (HS) - Pichilemu, Chile
Hotel Alaia (HS) - Pichilemu, Chile
Hotel Alaia (HS) - Pichilemu, Chile
Hotel Alaia (HS) - Pichilemu, Chile
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2-6 Keys 1 Bedrooms 2 Guests 1 Bath



You are booking a double standard room only for two people in collaboration with Hotel Swaps. Cancellations and booking amendments are not possible. Upgrade options are available after booking, at an extra cost.

*For requests, please contact your account manager or Member Experience at REQUESTS ARE BINDING, once accepted it cannot be cancelled.*

The skatepark and climbing boulder at the hotel’s entrance, the three big, colourful surfboards in the lobby, the small in-hotel Patagonia store, and the view from every guestroom window all attest to the inspiration behind Hotel Alaia, on Chile’s Punta de Lobos peninsula. The 12-suite property puts guests just moments from one of the country’s top surf spots—a picturesque stretch of coastline and natural wonder in itself—as well as being a celebration of all things Chilean.

A design-led exemplar of adventurous hospitality and environmental sustainability, Hotel Alaia is housed inside low-lying minimalist structures made of native woods, black rock, and materials upcycled after the 2010 earthquake, while the interiors are a showcase of rough wood panelling; surfing paraphernalia and photography; as well as furniture, artwork, and sculptures by local talents. After a day of rock-climbing, biking, or simply enjoying the coastline’s hidden wonders, you can indulge in organic seafood dishes and top wines from the Colchagua Valley in the hotel’s welcoming restaurant.

With a big, wide window to the most stunning ocean views, these perfect sustainable havens are minimalist in spirit and tactile by design.

All of the rooms are 35sqm and decorated with furniture mainly sourced from local artisans, mostly of wood. For the walls, oak was recycled from the debris of the earthquake in Chile in 2010. The architect Nicolas Pfenniger wanted to make a low visual impact design, focusing on the raw landscape of Punta de Lobos.

The Punta de Lobos peninsula is a world-renowned surfing spot and a place of outstanding natural beauty, with a picturesque coastal landscape of cliffs, lagoons, mountains, and forests. Five of Chile’s National Monuments can also be found in the surrounding commune of Pichilemu.

PLEASE NOTE: This property is available to THIRDHOME members through a collaboration with HotelSwaps and, as such, each stay is governed by their Terms and Conditions which can be found here:

The exchange fee and Keys are only refundable in the event of cancelation by the Hotel. If a Guest Member cancels their reservation, for any reason, there are no refunds available.

PLEASE DO NOT CONTACT THE HOTEL DIRECTLY FOR THIRD HOME BOOKINGS. If you have any questions about this property and weeks (not requests) please email:

The room details and photos shown here are indicative of the property and not necessarily of the room that you will be staying in.

By booking this property you acknowledge that you are responsible for paying any potential local city and tourism taxes related to your stay at the time of check out.


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Property Details


Private Residence with 1 level
1 bedroom, 1 bath, 0 square feet, 0 square meters


2 guests maximum

Nearest airport

Comodoro Arturo Merino Benítez International Airport, SCL
2 hours 50 minutes by car

Property View

Chile’s Punta de Lobos peninsula

Property ID



No Pets Allowed
Not Handicap Accessible
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Activities of Interest

  • Arts
  • Fish
  • Hike
  • Shopping
  • Watersports
  • Wine Country
  • Surfing - This area of Chile is known for having some of the best spots for surfing!

Places of Interest

  • Agustin Ross Cultural Centre (15 mins drive) - Built in 1909, this French baroque cultural centre features art exhibits, workshops & a library.
  • Parque Ross (15 mins drive) - Visit this iconic city park features walking paths under 100-year-old Canary Island date palms.