Setting up on the slope of a Chilean volcano, the folks behind Magic Mountain have made good use of the bedrock by putting actual beds inside this insane mini-volcano that spurts water out the top.
Surrounded by a private nature reserve (and thus wildlife), it was originally built as a hunting/fishing lodge, because, er, that's what those things look like
There are only nine rooms, each named after a bird species in the area, whose numbers happen to include giant condors. You might also come into contact with toucans, iguanas, lizards, and "pumas on the ground", and thank god, because if those things start to fly, everyone everywhere is getting mad eaten.
The whole place is made from stone that's quarried nearby, and wood collected locally, some of which has gone into a "shaky wooden drawbridge" connecting to some of the rooms. Way to sell yourself, Magic Mountain
Apart from the rooms, you'll also find swimming pools, a jacuzzi, wet & dry saunas, a "relaxation room", and a hot tub heated by the volcano, which is probably best not to mention to people in the relaxation room.
You can go white water rafting, hit a bona fide jungle mini golf course, and even take a ride on the continent's longest zipline, which clocks in at just over a quarter mile. Now that's magic.