Known for his fiery cooking methods, Francis Mallmann has reignited a remote Uruguay village with the Garzon Hotel & Restaurant. The former staging post is now home just 200 residents, making for an ultra-exclusive getaway. At the heart of the venue is the dining room. Here, the Patagonia chef showcases his traditional Argentine style with a menu featuring local fare, all charred to perfection. The inn's five rooms are housed in the derelict general store and share the same quaint charm as the scenery around it. Each one features a king bed, wood-burning fireplaces, and views of the garden and pool.