Mini week Prices

Mini Weeks are valid all season (except July 18 – August 01); based on 4 nights from Saturday to Wednesday or 3 nights from Wednesday to Saturday.

Mini Week programs include accommodation nights, unlimited access to lifts, 4 meals per day and access to all facilities.

2020 MINI WEEK RATES

RATES PER PERSON
IN US DOLLARS
LOW SEASONREGULAR SEASONHIGH SEASON
4 NIGHTS 3 NIGHTS 4 NIGHTS 3 NIGHTS 4 NIGHTS 3 NIGHTS
Doble Valley1.4231.0672.057
1.543
2.400
1.800
Doble Lake1.5941.196
2.229
1.671
2.657
1.993
Doble Lake w/ Balcony1.6291.221
2.509
1.881
2.800
2.100
Doble Lake 6th Floor1.6291.221
2.509
1.881
2.800
2.100
Doble Suite2.029
1.5213.371
2.529
3.886
2.914
Single Valley1.823
1.367
2.737
2.053
3.366
2.524
Single Lake2.000
1.500
2.943
2.207
3.766
2.824
Single Lake w/ Balcony2.114
1.586
3.257
2.443
4.029
3.021
Single Lake 6th Floor2.114
1.586
3.257
2.443
4.029
3.021
Single Suite
2.629
1.971
4.629
3.471
5.314
3.986
Family Apartment (one bathroom)1.229
9211.657
1.243
2.029
1.521
Family Apartment (two bathrooms)1.400
1.050
1.886
1.414
2.371
1.779
Octagon Lodge (4 occupants | single share)9717291.200
9001.286
964
Octagon Lodge (3 occupants, triple)1.029
7711.423
1.067
1.543
1.157
Octagon Lodge (2 occupants, double)1.171
8791.686
1.264
1.886
1.414
Children 4 –11 years with an adult703527886664971729
Teens 12 –17 years with an adult7945961.029
7711.114836
Children under 4 years oldNo chargeNo chargeNo chargeNo chargeNo chargeNo charge
Inca Lodge (4 occupants | single share)703527771579829621
Inca Lodge (3 occupants, triple)743557794596857643
Inca Lodge (2 occupants, double)794596886664943707

2020 Chalet Rates

RATES IN US DOLLARSLOW SEASONREGULAR SEASONHIGH SEASON
4 NIGHTS3 NIGHTS4 NIGHTS3 NIGHTS4 NIGHTS3 NIGHTS
Chalet C1 o C4 (*)3.429
2.571

4.771
3.579
5.371
4.029
Chalé A1 – B1 y B2 (**)5.600
4.200
7.943
5.957
8.714
6.536
Extra bed in the Chalet7945961.000
750
1.177
883

(*) Price per Chalet for 4 occupants. The 5th and 6th occupant will be charged the extra bed Price.

(**) Price per Chalet for 6 occupants. The 7th and 8th occupant will be charged the extra bed Price.

2020 Mini Week Dates

 LOW SEASONREGULAR SEASONHIGH SEASON
4 NightsJune 27 – July 01July 04 – 08July 11 – 15
Aug 29 – Sept 02
Aug 01 - 05
Sept 05 – 09Aug 08 - 12
Sept 12 – 16Aug 15 - 19
Sept 19 – 23Aug 22 - 26
Sept 26 – 30
3 NightsJuly 01 – 04July 08 – 11July 15 – 18
Sept 02 – 05Aug 05 - 08
Sept 09 – 12Aug 12 - 15
Sept 16 – 19Aug 19 - 22
Sept 23 – 26Aug 26 - 29
Sept 30 – Oct 03

GENERAL INFORMATION

Mini Week Rates Include

All rates are per person and based on a mini week stay.

  • 3 or 4 nights lodging. Wednesday to Saturday (3 nights) or Saturday to Wednesday (4 nights).
  • Unlimited access to ski lifts.
  • Four meals per day (breakfast, lunch, tea, and dinner)
  • Complimentary use of heated pool, jacuzzi, sauna,  fitness center, full court gymnasium, aerobics and yoga classes, cinema, game room with rock climbing wall, children’s activities, disco, piano bar, ski and boot check.
  • Suitable for all room types including Inca and Octagon.
  • Day care for children ages 4 to 7 years old is free of charge.
Not included
  • Daycare for children ages 0 to 3 years old (available for an additional cost), alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks, wine, massages and beauty services, rental equipment, ski & snowboard school classes, transfers, telephone,laundry or tips.
Check-In and Check-Out:
  • Arriving guests will receive their rooms by 2:00 pm. Check-out is before 11:00 am. If guests check out before 10am, they will receive an 8th day of skiing FREE!
Miscellaneous Hotel Information
  • Tours of the hotel and its facilities are given every Saturday night. We recommend these tours to first-time visitors so that they learn of the many things there are to do in Portillo.
  • Tap water in Portillo is completely potable.
  • Portillo’s rooms do not have television; however television may be watched at certain hours in the cinema or the disco.
  • This is intended to encourage guests to enjoy the many services, entertainment and activities available, and to get to know the other guests.
  • Portillo asks that all guests wear nice clothing and shoes to the dining room for the evening meal. Ski clothes are fine at breakfast and lunch.  Bathing suits are never acceptable at in any of the dining areas. Guests who enjoy getting dressed more elegantly for dinner are welcomed and encouraged to do so.
  • Portillo (and all of Chile) uses 220-volt electricity, so guests might need to bring transformers or plug adapters.
  • Internet access is available free of charge through wireless service in the rooms.
  • Computers with internet access are also available in The Portillo Cyber café for an additional charge.
Deposits
  • We require a deposit of 30% of the total value of your stay when the reservation is confirmed. The remaining balance should be paid 30 days before the date of arrival. Reservations that do not fulfill these requirements will be canceled.
Cancellations and Bills
  • All cancellations must be in writing.
  • If the reservation is canceled before 60 days prior to the reserved date of arrival the deposit will be returned in full less a service charge equivalent to 15% of the value of the deposit.
  • If the reservation is canceled more than 30 days but less than 60 days before the reserved date of arrival, the deposit will be returned less 50% of the value of the deposit.
  • If the reservation is canceled or postponed less than 30 days prior to the reserved date of arrival, no refund will apply.
  • Prices in dollars are informative. Bills for consumption at the hotel are presented in Chilean pesos at the official exchange rate. Prices may be subject to change. Our rates do not include the 19% Value Added Tax (known as IVA), however, guests who are not residents of Chile do not pay IVA if they pay their hotel account in dollars or with a dollar credit card.
Guest Responsibilities
  • It is the responsibility of guests to maintain contact with Portillo in order to keep informed about conditions in the Ski Area including weather, slope conditions, road conditions and resort operation status before commencing their trip to Ski Portillo. Should Portillo be forced to modify the opening or closing date of the ski season, or if roads are closed to the ski area, Portillo is not responsible for costs incurred due to changes in travel arrangements including additional airline fees.
Road-closed policy
  • The road to Portillo is also the International Highway that links Santiago, Chile, with Mendoza, Argentina. The highway is maintained by the Chilean Ministry of Public Works, who is responsible for road maintenance and cleaning following snowstorms or other events. Portillo Ski Resort is not responsible for the condition of the road.
  • IMPORTANT: Guests who are unable to reach Portillo while the road is closed will be responsible for their accommodations and other expenses in Santiago or elsewhere. The nights that are not used at Portillo will not be charged and the amount will be credited to their accounts. Guests may choose to transfer the credit to their extra services account (ski lessons, bar bills, etc.), use the credit toward a future reservation or proceed for reimbursement through their respective agency.
  • IMPORTANT: Guests who are unable to leave Portillo because the road is closed and must spend an additional night in the resort will be charged the full rate for the first night’s accommodation. If there should be a second night a 50% discount is applied to the normal rate.

Portillo operates with natural and man-made snow, which allows for the consistent operation of the ski area once it is open

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