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Hotel design is lovely and the location (whilst far from the town around 10 minutes by car) looking out to the ocean is very peaceful
Rooms are very small with limited ventilation. We stayed in autumn, but would not like to stay in summer time....More
My husband and I stayed here for two nights before embarking on a weekong trip to photograph pumas near Torres del Paine. We had been to Patagonia 8 years prior and stayed for one night in this hotel; we always said that if we returned...More
Modern, cool, and amazing views.
Room was very comfortable, the bed amazing, and the views just make you forget that there isn't a TV. (you dont needed one)
The service is very good, staff very friendly and helpful
The breakfast very good, dinner worth trying...More
What I liked:
The room was a nice size and offered great views. The bed was comfortable, and the shower was great (lots of hot water and great water pressure). Breakfast was simple but adequate. The property itself looked very cool inside and outside. Staff...More
Great views and service. Great ned. Yhe jucuzzi outside was fabulous to sit in, have a drink and look at the snow civered mountains.
The restaurant has a good selection. The seafood rissotto was the best I have tasted.
Could do with a bar fridge...More
Response from mjmelchiori | Reviewed this property |
What we did was fly into Punta Arenas where we rented a car. Then we drove the 2+ hours to Puerto Natales and stayed at Altiplanco. Torres Del Pain is about a 30 min drive from there. Having our own car was more cost... More
What we did was fly into Punta Arenas where we rented a car. Then we drove the 2+ hours to Puerto Natales and stayed at Altiplanco. Torres Del Pain is about a 30 min drive from there. Having our own car was more cost effective and we were able to tour the park at our own pace. The staff at Altiplanco were great with advice on where to go. They suggested that we go to the caves where there are fossils of mylodons and other cool things. They also arranged for horseback riding while we were there.
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