Hotel Natura Patagonia

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$ 135

Property Location When you a stay at Hotel Natura Patagonia in Peulla, you'll be on the riverwalk, just steps from Lake Todos los Santos and Vicente Perez Rosales National Park. This hotel is within the region of Castaño Overo Glacier. Distances are displayed to the nearest 0.1 mile and kilometer....

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Check-in starts at: 15:00

Check-out ends at: 11:00

Property Location When you a stay at Hotel Natura Patagonia in Peulla, you'll be on the riverwalk, just steps from Lake Todos los Santos and Vicente Perez Rosales National Park. This hotel is within the region of Castaño Overo Glacier. Distances are displayed to the nearest 0.1 mile and kilometer. - Lake Todos los Santos - 0.1 km / 0.1 mi - Vicente Perez Rosales National Park - 0.1 km / 0.1 mi . Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the 47 guestrooms. Dining Enjoy a meal at the restaurant or snacks in the hotel's 2 coffee shops/cafes. Quench your thirst with your favorite drink at the bar...

Puerto Peulla, Puerto Varas, Chile - Peulla, Los Lagos - Chile

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Check-in starts at: 15:00

Check-out ends at: 11:00

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Beautiful place but terrible food

Reviewed 10 february, 2022

The hotel is nice, comfortable and not expensive, but the food options are terrible. The restaurant offers only a few choices of really bad food. If your going to visit for a few days, you’ll see yourself eating the same things over and over at lunch and dinner time. During our four night visit, they didn’t have any low sugar drinks and run out of gassed water. Fruit juices were not an option at lunch time because they “could only offered them during breakfast”. On top of all of that, the food is quite expensive! Peulla is a very isolated place and your only other option is a pub that serves burgers, fries and ceviche (tasty and inexpensive but you get tired after a couple of days).

felipelH9555UL

Beautiful setting, nice hotel and nice room

Reviewed 26 april, 2020

Stopped for one night at the Hotel Natura on the Cruce Andino. The hotel is in a very peaceful setting and is a nice hotel. It was the end of the season so it was a bit slower and that affected the services offered. Can walk to a waterfall. Food was good at the hotel restaurant.

peterpaul2014

Attractive Building & Gardens -- Restaurant was Very Good

Reviewed 12 april, 2020

Stopped here for lunch on our Andes Crossing from Argentina to Chile. Stone and wood modern building was attractive and had beautiful gardens. Had tomato soup, pasta and flan for lunch. Was very good. (Didn't stay overnight, so can't comment on the rooms)

Wesley C

Fine Hotel

Reviewed 5 march, 2020

Stayed here for one night as part of a cycle tour. Really surprised to read that people had dirty rooms. Ours was spotless. Towels fresh and clean. Our room was large with panoramic views. A large window had plenty of space for opening cases and having a repack. The surrounding countryside is stunning. We watched the vultures gliding round the mountains on our arrival. The hotel is built in an Alpine style with loads of wood features. Very little else around the area. Our evening meals were great and no one in our 16 strong party had any complaints. Breakfast was also great with a wide choice of food. Typical buffet with cooked meats, cheeses, fruit etc Staff were pleasant, polite and helpful. Wifi was an issue as the signal was intermittent, I am sure a few signal boosters would help.

LesEd

Beautiful location, filthy hotel

Reviewed 23 february, 2020

We stayed one night as part of a package crossing the Andes from Chile to Argentina. The hotel building looks impressive and is nicely designed and constructed of wood and stone. The location is stunning. Meals in the restaurant were OK and fairly priced. However this was by far the most filthy place I have ever stayed and that includes very basic backpacker rooms in remote locations. I’ll let the photos speak for themselves but the filth included bedding, bedroom floor, bathroom ceilings, walls and floors, table covers in the restaurant, walls in public areas, furniture in public areas, outdoor spaces. I would not recommend staying there.

Andrew W