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We stayed here for 3 nights in early November, after the place where we had planned to stay burned down. For the 5 of us, we were given a cabin (on very short notice) that accommodated us perfectly. Being away from the main lodge, the...More
We stayed 3 nights - 2 in one of the two bedroom (both en-suite) cabins which we had exclusive use of; although basic they are comfortable and have the added luxury of your own wood-burning stove in the lounge. A kitchen area is provided with...More
Very homely feeling, the family is nice and helpful and they offer dinner every night (which we didn't do as we're not big meat eaters). The owner even picked us up from the administration headquarters and dropped us off again for a small extra charge....More
This is a wonderful place. Quiet and cosy! The owners and staff are very helpful and friendly. We stayed in a 2 bedroom cabana in the grounds of the hotel which was well equipped and very cosy. They put on a little party on Xmas...More
We spent two nights in this wonderful little hosteria. Place was clean, pleasant and the staff friendly. The views from our window was breathtaking. We also had our own wood burner with sufficient wood supply to last the evening. Just Magic!
Doann - I was at this hotel in March and the writer from Sydney is correct. This hotel is just outside the southern entrance to the park. As you near the park on the road from Puerto Natales, the main road veers right. If... More
Doann - I was at this hotel in March and the writer from Sydney is correct. This hotel is just outside the southern entrance to the park. As you near the park on the road from Puerto Natales, the main road veers right. If you bear left, really going almost straight ahead, the road begins climbing and you wonder where you are headed, but don't worry - the road dead-ends in Rio Serrano. After climbing up the side of a mountain, the road drops into Rio Serrano. It is a very small village. I don't recall any road signs in the village. It is an open area with few trees, so you can see all of the buildings in the village easily. Use Google satellite view to orient yourself so you will know the hosteria when you see it. It's to the right, off the road into town.
Note that at the high point of the road into Rio Serrano there is an excellent spot to pull over and take a picture of the mountains in the park. My best photo of the trip is from that spot.
It's perhaps a 15 minute drive from the hosteria to the park entrance station, where you pay your fee.
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"If you can choose a room or cabin with a view of the Towers - preferably the upstairs triple,"