Imagery courtesy of Tierra Resorts.
Household-run luxurious lodges chain Tierra Resorts will see its three Chilean websites upgraded as a part of an acquisition by Baillie Lodges.
The Australia-based boutique ultra-luxury lodge platform not too long ago acquired a majority share within the Chilean agency, constructing on its present portfolio of properties in Australia, New Zealand and Canada.
Baillie Lodges intends to meaningfully spend money on the Tierra properties to make sure they keep their distinctive market place as pre-eminent boutique accommodations in Chile. As well as, the corporate plans to broaden the Tierra lodge platform within the years to come back by way of acquisitions and new greenfield developments.
Tierra’s present portfolio contains: Tierra Patagonia within the Torres del Paine Nationwide Park, Tierra Atacama (pictured) within the nation’s northern desert and Tierra Chiloé on Chiloé Island. Following the acquisition, Baillie Lodges owns and operates 10 lodges throughout a variety of sought-after locations.
The brand new partnership follows a protracted historical past of collaboration between the Baillie Lodges group and Tierra Resorts founder Miguel Purcell. The Purcell household – which has developed and efficiently operated Tierra Resorts since 2008 – will retain an possession stake within the portfolio, and the three properties will maintain the Tierra Resorts branding.
Purcell mentioned: “We’re delighted to work with the Baillie Lodges group. We each take a private strategy to hospitality, customising distinctive and enriching experiences for visitors who want to discover the world in a significant, sustainable means.”
Baillie Lodges government chairman Michael Moret-Lalli added: “This partnership is a pure match for our firms and groups, and we look ahead to sharing these great new properties and experiences with our visitors. Each manufacturers share a imaginative and prescient for delivering distinctive, immersive experiences, and I’m thrilled for our groups to affix forces and proceed exploring new frontiers in hospitality and leisure because the world will get again to travelling.”