Viña Vik - Millahue, San Vicente de Tagua Tagua, Chile
17 artistic suites so you can choose your favourite.
Each has fabulous views of VIK Chile’s natural surroundings.
The artist who designed the bottle for our La Piu wine replicated that artwork in this room. Cardozo painted the bathroom to represent a wine cellar.
A unique room featuring a bathroom made of more than 50,000 1 euro cent coins. Unforgettable.
This room represents the rocks in the river and the bathroom was made from local stones.
The central theme and the inspiration behind this room is the water pictures by Patricia, who uses plastic arts to reflect water, as well as the floor painted by Fontecilla.
The large-format painting on one of the walls represents the hands of Carrie & Alex Vik; a desk and chair from Restoration Hardware was made with pieces from the 1940s.
The sexiest room in the hotel thanks to the paintings and techniques used. Inspired by art nouveau, the furniture seem like art deco pieces.
This artist collected photos from old magazines and made them into a canvas. The bathroom simulates a wooden box.
This room represents night and day from a quiet perspective and the neutral colours synergize with their surroundings. The bathroom is made from elegant white marble.
Working with recycled materials, the artist has produced works that people either love or hate; one of them is of a popular Chilean personality. The bathroom and bathtub are from stone and quite unique.
In honour of the origins of Alex Vik, the paintings and colours of this room represent the foundation of Norway. The bathroom is made with flagstones.
French room, inspired by the 15th century. The large-format paintings on the walls represent the “Battle of Champigny” and the floor was rescued from a Chilean mansion and restored.
An eclectic room with photos of the prince, a friend of the Viks.
One of the most colourful rooms in the hotel, it makes you feel as though you were in Park Güell in Barcelona, with its floor inspired by Mondrian and a replica of Dali’s iconic Mae West Lips Sofa.
The theme is circles with no specific artist. Each wall simulates drops of water and the ceiling is blue.
This suite features characteristically Chilean materials. The door, headboard and bedside tables are made of cactus wood and the floor has gold overlays.
The walls are covered in Portuguese ceramic tiles known as azulejos. The design represents an incredible artistic scene: VIK's first harvest.
Classic room with neutral colours. The bathroom was created by Marcelo Daglio (architect and creator of the hotel's titanium roof).