by Michael J. Shapiro | September 14, 2011

 The 57-room Singular Patagonia, a luxury retreat on the southern coast of Chile, will open for business on Dec. 1. The new property is the culmination of a 10-year restoration and renovation of a landmark cold-storage plant, which was built around 1915 on nearly 100 acres of land. The resort is expected to soon be LEED-certified and will offer a 3,000-square-foot spa and an on-site restaurant. Floor-to-ceiling windows in the guest rooms will provide views of the Fjord of Last Hope, and nearly 20 expertly guided adventure expeditions will be available to guests who would like to venture out into the landscape.