Welcome to Hotel Galeon Azul, your Ancud “home away from home.” Hotel Galeon Azul aims to make your visit as relaxing and enjoyable as possible, which is why so many guests continue to come back year after year.
Given the close proximity to Fuerte Ahui (4.9 km), guests of Hotel Galeon Azul can easily experience one of Ancud's most popular landmarks.
Hotel Galeon Azul features 24 hour front desk, room service, and baggage storage, to help make your stay more enjoyable. The property also boasts a restaurant.
During your visit, be sure to check out one of Ancud's popular cafes such as Café Blanco Ancud, Amaranthine, and Cafe El Embrujo, all a short distance from Hotel Galeon Azul.
Best of all, Hotel Galeon Azul makes it easy to experience some great Ancud attractions like Museo de Las Iglesias de Chiloe, which is a popular art museum.
Hotel Galeon Azul puts the best of Ancud at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
I hate to say this but this was one of the worse hotels I had ever stayed in. Good - ocean view - breakfast was ok Could be better - the windows don’t open at all! So no fresh air. They are also extremely draughty. It cause the curtains to move and they were heavy curtains. - freezing. The hotel and particularly the room were freezing. I had to sleep in my jacket and fleece. The radiators were on full but because of the poor insulation it was freezing. - old and tired. The hotel needs some serious maintenance and TLC. - walls made of cheap thin wood so you hear absolutely everything. - not very clean. Carpets looked dirty and there were hairs in my bed. He bed lined was also stained.
The hotel have amazing views, local food is perfect, attention is so professional, pisco sour with honey is awesome, and white wine with salmon is like a Romeo an Juliette, very good experience, (the olive oil is a. Eey good blend, top!) thank you so much !
Finding a good hotel anywhere south of Puerto Montt simply does not happen unless you are prepared to pay a crazy amount per night. Listed as a 3 star hotel you would expect, at the minimum to have a clean room and a hot shower in the morning. Unfortunately no hot water and no explanation given. On the good side, e have a room with nice view of the ocean and the parking is secure with small space for about 5 or 6 cars. Included breakfast which was above average. Lack of hot water spoiled he stay and was the major topic of discussion at breakfast among the guests.
My sentiment is just above the "terrible" review also here. I think we could have done better in Ancud, but we arrived very tired after six hours from Valdivia by bus and were turned down w/o much ceremony at a much pricier (and less convenient) higher class hotel. The facility is tired and the desk staff were OK but not super friendly or helpful. At night you couldn't get a cup of (powdered) coffee unless you ordered the whole onces. The Galeon Azul wasn't terrible, but I wouldn't go there again. One or two other spiffier places were just down the street. Next door to the hotel is the quite interesting regional museum. I like Ancud on balance more than Castro which we had visited off a cruise ship (nothing much to see, but better cafes and restaurants in Castro. We went to Chonchi one day, which was highly recommended. Unfortunately, we spent too much time in a small house museum so saw less of the town than we should have, since we had to get back to Ancud on the last bus. The Hotel Galeon Azul at about $100 US, no discount for payment in US dollars here, was not great value, especially compared to some other better and no less expensive hotel experiences we had elsewhere in Chile.…