See why so many travellers make Hotel Unicornio Azul their hotel of choice when visiting Castro. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a family-friendly setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
The hotel offers 24 hour front desk and room service, to make your visit even more pleasant. The property also features a lounge. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to free parking.
While staying at Hotel Unicornio Azul, visitors can check out Humedal de Putemun (0.0 km) and Church of Nercón (3.2 km), some of Castro's top attractions.
If you’re looking for a cafe, consider a visit to Palafito Patagonia, Palafito El Astillero, or Marion's Café Aleman, which are all conveniently located a short distance from Hotel Unicornio Azul.
If you’re looking for something to do, Church of Castro (0.3 km), Catamaran Mar y Magia (0.6 km), and Costanera (1.0 km) are a nice way to spend some time, and they are all within walking distance of Hotel Unicornio Azul.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Hotel Unicornio Azul as you experience all of the things Castro has to offer.
Neither good or bad, but expensive for what it offers. The entrence door when I pulled it and surprisingly the host that was upset told me "calm down" as if I had forced the door violently... Anyway I decided to ignore these bad manners check in and get to get rest soon. In the morning I woke up at 05.00 with the sound of Redonditos de "Ricota" and "Sex Pistols". 30 m away from the hotel five young men were driking beer in the morning with a loud radio. The music did not stop until 5.40. The beakfast bufé was neither good or bad. One of the good things is that the hotel is next to "Mercadito", a very good restaurant.
During my first trip to Chile, I ventured with friends south to Castro on Chiloe Island. The Hotel Unicornio Azul was a good find given the limitations of hotel space. The building is very pretty online, but up close, it shows its age. The entire staff were pleasant and helpful. The rooms were sparse and comfortable. The shower was hot and towels soft. Be prepared for a walk up many stairs if you have a preference for a room with a view. The breakfast was descent, though I would have liked fresh bread. The Hotel is a short walk to a wonderful coffee shop (Palafito Patagonia), to a water cruise, and the local souvenir market. The Hotel serves dinner, and there is nice fish restaurant across the street. A good walk up the hill to the city center and main church will take a little effort. Castro is a must visit location on Chiloe; hopefully the hotel inventory will improve with time.…
A lovely place to stay "a night", because the wood floor makes to loudly the walking through the entire hotel, even the visitors any small loud they or you make, is easy to heard around the entire hotel.
The quality of the room and beds was quiter poor, compared to the quite high price we paid. Also, the wall seperating our bedroom and bathroom from those of our neighbors was so thin, I could literally follow their conversations through the wall. Breakfast was relatively poor as well. For the rest this hotel was okay.
Actually a great hotel, and well located, on the water, in Castro, and a few hundred yards from the local fishing port and market. The rooms are odd shaped, the building bubblegum pink, the welcome as warm as the pink color. Notice to older patrons: NO elevator to take your bags to the 3rd floor, but willing and able staff. It had a HOT shower, yeah! I encountered two too many cold showers in other hotels in Chile. The breakfasts are nothing to write home about. Location, location, location