The unpaved road through a field covered with grass and unexploited land takes you to the Estancia Vik Jose Ignacio which suddenly appears on a small hill. The hotel’s horses in front of the building create perfect photo opportunities. The staffs offering Individualized service greet arriving guests. They are new construction in traditional hacienda, with courtyards. 12 guest rooms along various hallways with color scheme and artwork has gigantic paintings of eighteen artists from Uruguay and overseas adorning the walls by the artist Jose Trujillo.
Consumer’s attractive point is culinary art at Estancia Vik. The staffs grow its own fruits and vegetables, and the menu features freshly caught seafood generous used beef accompanied by 5,000-bottle wine cellar. You could enjoy meals in a brick-lined dining room, and a place designed particularly for barbecues in the centre for food preparation for evening entertainment.
You could take an active part in estancia’s old-fashioned life like polo playing, horseback riding along the river, and Canoeing along the river. One who is inexperienced will be given private lessons. In the serene atmosphere, you could enjoy indigenous bird watching.
Most of the guests enjoy lazing in large spaces furnished with comfortable sofas and quiet terraces. The swimming pool relieves you from hot summer temperatures, and the game room offers board games, pool table and a ping-pong table as an additional diversion. There is a small spa for treatments, as well as a gym to burn steak based calories. The property is a few minutes away from the beach for driving which has opened its sister property, Playa Vik José Ignacio. Including breakfast each room will cost you $275 and up.