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This hotel was a stop on my lake crossing to Argentina. The hotel has roving power outages. The elevator is only turned a peak times in the day so be prepared to take the steps. The food is expensive and not very good. On the...More
Visited this hotel as a part of a day tour from Puerto Varas. The hotel is very large, peaceful and looks like a hunting lodge. Had a reasonable lunch, tad expensive, waiter most attentive. However, the toilets were DISGUSTINGLY FILTHY!!!! This was brought to the...More
Most people visit this hotel for only the few hours between crossing from Argentina before boarding for the lake crossing to Chile proper. On balance I think that's the best idea. The best part about the hotel are the rooms which are very comfortable; you...More
Beautiful bucolic hotel with views of the mountains hidden in the clouds. Electricity did go out in the morning. Beds are soft. The food was adequate in the hotel's restaurant. Staff was very friendly.
Peulla is a remote place in he Andean Chile frontier with Argentina, full of tranquility, with few atractions. Hotel Natura Patagonia seems to be the only decent lodging in activity in this area, and it is a fairly acceptable hotel if we can live without...More
#1 of 2 hotels in Parque Nacional Vicente Perez Rosales
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US$78 - US$165 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Response from Marguerite a | Reviewed this property |
Your first question needs to be addressed to the Hotel itself, not to Travelosity. Our room did NOT have a balcony but it faced north and away from the lake. We had wait service for our dinner in the hotel; the breakfast was... More
Your first question needs to be addressed to the Hotel itself, not to Travelosity. Our room did NOT have a balcony but it faced north and away from the lake. We had wait service for our dinner in the hotel; the breakfast was buffet but there were wait staff to do such things as bring your specifically cooked eggs to your table
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"This is a very quiet place. The quality of sleep will certainly be good."