Built in the 1940s in the Bauhaus style, this modern architecture is striking and functional. It looks wide awake with windows that open up the side of the building and encompass views of the beautiful habitats of Pucon. Manicured gardens blossom with local plants, trees and shrubs and you can wind your way through them to the stubbly shores of the swimming lake. The spa is in a space carved into the rock and offers treatments originating from a wide range of countries and also includes lymphatic draining which is a specialist massage treatment to help circulation and increase lymphatic flow; it’s good for you so don’t be put-off by the vampiric-sounding name. There are many activities on offer which the hotel’s own tour company will organize for you including the chance to explore lava-carved tunnels inside a volcano, a walk through ancient forests or a zip-wire canopy adventure. Horse back riding, kayaking and golf are also on the menu giving you a smorgasbord of fun times to choose from.