November 7, 2019
November 4, 2019
With three walls made of glass, Puro Vik’s Hiroshige suite grants striking views of Chile’s Millahue Valley.
Pretty little houses all in a row. Nineteen of them. Each with three sides made entirely of glass. Well, maybe not so much in a row as draping from sharp hillsides and scattered about Chile’s Millahue Valley. Puro Vik, which opened this past spring, is the latest design-forward, nature-focused respite from Vik Retreats. The almost two dozen casas sit just below the brand’s beloved Vik Chile property, which has set new standards for five-star luxury in the South American country. “Each casa seamlessly showcases the spectacular views, allowing our guests to live in and among nature,” says Alex Vik, the innovator behind Vik Retreats. “Within the walls, guests enjoy singular art and design centered around themes, such as Japan with Utagawa Hiroshige; the art of glass with Dale Chihuly; holographic art, archaeology and antiquity; and more.” With 11,000 acres of VIK Winery surrounding guests, grab a bottle of wine and discover the house that suits you best. Casas from $1,100 per night, purovik.com
Photography by: Puro Vik