Stayed there for four nights (family of 3). Very friendly hotel staff and good rooms. Location is very nice...unfortunately not next to the national park, about an hour away by car, but still a lot closer than Puerto Natales (a but under 2 hrs from park) and this is a very nice property with a feel of a countryside / estancias. Breakfast is Ok (surprisingly - only one egg per person) but dinner is great - though you will need to pay extra for it. It’s not cheap but given prices in the national park it’s understandable. All in all a memorable experience
Very good alternative to the more expensive hotels in Torres del Paine National Park. It is surrounded peacefully, about 90 minutes drive to the entrance of the park, some parts not paved but easily accessible with a normal car. Cosy and comfortable bedroom with balcony and great bed. Superb breakfast and dinner with tasty wines. Fast WiFi. Power generator switched off in the afternoon and between midnight and 6AM.
We had a lovely stay here. Staff were very nice and helpful. Room was clean and comfortable. Food was EXCELLENT!!! We really enjoyed the breakfast and dinner. There is a fire in the front room very cosy and comfortable. Would definitely recommend.
For a hotel that cost $160/night, we expected a lot more. Location: hotel is located about the same distance from Torres del Paine park entrance as Puerto Natales, which has a lot more affordable options. Room: was smaller than even some hostels we stayed at for less than half the price. Bathroom shower was especially cramped. Service: front desk service felt more like a salesperson as she kept trying to upsell us their $65/person set menu dinner. Breakfast was decent though, although the staff doesn't seem to understand English much so got some orders wrong.
Large, clean, and comfortable room (our triple had 3 twin beds. Shower has good pressure and plenty of hot water. Excellent breakfast and exceptional dinners (we ate here for three days... the chef is a treasure... so even if you do not stay here stop by for dinner on your return to PN from TdP!!!) Friendly and helpful staff. Strong wifi. Hotel is over 100 years old (Gabriela Mistral, Chile's winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature stayed here during January 1919). Hotel is off the grid, Electricity is currently provided by a diesel generator (runs 6am to noon and 6pm to midnight) and plans are in place to be hooked up to the grid in late December 2018 or early 2019. Even with limited electricity, we had no problems recharging are camera batteries and phones. Would definitely stay here, or eat here, again.…