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With a stay at Hotel El Barranco in Futaleufu, you'll be near the airport, and 8.1 mi (13.1 km) from Lake Lonconao and 12.8 mi (20.7 km) from Río Futaleufu. Featured amenities include dry cleaning/laundry services, luggage storage, and laundry facilities. A roundtrip airport shuttle is provided for a surcharge (available on request), and free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: The service, the ambience and the staff who are very helpful and kind. Congrats to Mr Ortiz, the manager, who was present at dinner and breakfast times, bringing his personal flavor of kindness and conversation.
Cons: Nothing. The place is simple so don’t expect luxury but very cozy.
Pros: Comfortable hotel in a fun town. I loved having a pool on a hot day though I don’t think there are many hot days here.
Cons: I wish they served brewed coffee. At this price point, I don’t want to pay more for coffee.
Pros: This was our second stay here, and it was exactly as I remembered it. We loved the rustic style rooms and the bar area. Breakfast was excellent. The owners attentive and very friendly. Genuinely a nice place to stay.
Cons: Just didn't realise that they don't serve an evening meal out of season when we stayed this time, but they did offer to book us into a local restaurant. However I do remember the evening meal being excellent the last time we stayed.
Pros: Lovely wooden building. Great big beds. Lovely sunny courtyard. Friendly staff. Good restaurant
Pros: staff, rooms, food !
Pros: This place is great! The room was super comfortable and the hosts are extreamly helpful and friendly- they have a lot knowledge and helped us plan our trip. Breakfast was great. Had an amazing stay!
Pros: The room was very clean and comfortable. The staff spoke English and were exceptionally helpful. The food in the restaurant was good. The hotel is in the delightful picturesque town of Futaleufú, with lots of beautiful walks and other activities nearby.
Featuring a free Continental breakfast, Hotel Antigua Casona Patagonia offers accommodations in Futaleufú. Free WiFi access is available. Rooms here are cosy and have wooden interiors. All rooms feature a private bathroom and mountain views. At Hotel Antigua Casona Patagonia guests will find a garden and laundry facilities. Free parking is available. The hotel is a 5-minute walk from the city centre and a 15-minute walk from Futaleufu River. Futaleufu Airport is 1 km away and Chaiten Airport is 350 km away.
Pros: Perfect place for an authentic stay in Futaleufú. Kindest host that makes you feel right at home. 100% recommended.
Pros: I wanted to like the owners, I am a fan of small business..and it is clear they are passionate about their hotel/restaurant. The decor of the hotel and restaurant is beautiful. So many unique touches made that make the hotel/restaurant charming. At first, I was disappointed that they did not have a patagonian beer..just their own brew which usually means they are trying to make money with their own label instead of paying the costs to transport well known ones. But, having tried it I found it to be delicious..and cold! The gnocchi I had for lunch the first day I went into the restaurant was delicious.
Cons: No hot water for showers, water was at best lukewarm. I was promised a room on the 2nd floor by the owners son, Cesar before I made the reservation. I am recovering from a broken ankle and did not want to risk reinjury on the circular stairs from the 2nd to 3rd floor. I was given the Chaucao room on the third floor. The beds are not very comfortable. It is hard to describe the noise from the continuous gangs of barking dogs at night. It starts around 8:30 when the dogs seem to gather in the town square and continues to 4:30 in the morning. I would fall asleep and then be woken up by the barking, over and over again. The 2nd night i had dreams that i was being attacked by dogs. The internet is so-so..it kept dropping for me during the peak hours for the restaurant. The food in the restaurant was good..but they do not provide any containers if you want to take leftovers with you. So many businesses in this little town randomly close..I am sitting outside 2 of them right now that are closed even though it is 12:20 in the day it would be nice to have leftovers to eat. Cesar told me "Everyone always just eats it all..so we do not provide any containers to go" I am in Futaleufu for a month. I would have been happy to stay in one place the entire time. However, due to the room on the floor I specifically asked not be given, and the difficulty with the payment I checked out early and am going to another place. When I checked in, I was told by Cesar that if I paid with my credit card I would have to pay an additional 19 percent. When I asked why, he said that is what the credit card charges. I know this is not true, and I then spoke to Ursula about it. She told me that the owners did not have the paperwork for the VAT exception tax, not that the credit card charged fees. When I checked out today, the owner acted like I was an idiot and did not understand the VAT. I have been in Chile since August 2017. I am fully aware of the VAT.
Pros: Authenticity of the proposal (decoration, objects, owners home hotel extended to you)
Pros: Great location in a small town; Antique and/or regional touches in decorations everywhere; Very helpful and pleasant people in charge; Excellent fresh pasta dishes, although something other than pasta on the menu would be nice
Cons: Not much. We were 3 and the 3 single beds made us feel more like a hostel than a boutique hotel, but we know what we were getting so cant complain too much.
Pros: Interesting decor, good pasta and beer
Cons: No hot water for shower, 19% VAT tax included even though I am not Chilean, gangs of barking dogs, small circular stairway to get to room.
Pros: Good breakfast with eggs. Very comfortable spacious room, lovely family
Cons: Barking dogs in neighborhood
Cosy rooms with free Wi-Fi are offered in Futaleufú, 300 metres from the town's centre and Espolon river. A daily breakfast is included. Futaleufú airfield is 1.5 km away. La Gringa Carioca has rooms in a country-style cottage surrounded by forest and mountains. Rooms feature either private or shared bathroom facilities. Some rooms feature TVs and mountain views.
Pros: Adrianna was a great host and great host with interesting life experiences and great local information.
Pros: The best location in town. Great & healty breakfast Yoga in the morning very good vibes in the place.
Pros: Adriana was nice
With a stay at Peuma Lodge Patagonia in Futaleufu, you'll be 4.8 mi (7.7 km) from Río Futaleufu and 6.4 mi (10.4 km) from Lake Lonconao. Featured amenities include complimentary newspapers in the lobby, dry cleaning/laundry services, and luggage storage. Guests may use a roundtrip airport shuttle for a surcharge, and free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Location and views from the room were fantastic, as were the staff. Loved having no WiFi as it meant we could ‘switch off’ - but it’s worth keeping in mind that there is no signal for at least 20km drive. Food was great and the cabin was reasonably clean.
Cons: Dinner was great (lots of local ingredients), but very expensive.
Set in Futaleufú, 14 km from Futaleufu National Park, Hostal Las Natalias offers accommodation with a shared lounge, free private parking, a garden and a terrace. The accommodation provides a shared kitchen and free WiFi. Guests at the hostel can enjoy an American breakfast. The area is popular for hiking and cycling, and bike hire is available at Hostal Las Natalias.
Pros: Friendly atmosphere Great staff Location is stunning. A focal point for backpackers. A hub for travellers coming to raft the Futaleufu river.
Cons: Noisy if you’re trying to get an early night, if that’s the sort of thing that would bother you. That said, there was no boisterous parties - just people chatting.
Pros: Good location with a beautiful view of the surrounding mountains. 15 minutes walk from the bus stop but very close to two great hiking spots. Comfortable bed and great view from the private family room, big kitchen, everything is super clean, hot water all the time (not that common in Patagonia), helpful staff to book activities. Nathanael and his team crafted an amazing atmosphere in this place.
Pros: Staff very nice, especially Sarah. Common area seems to have potential, at the night that we were there it wasn't very live. Wifi works fine as well.
Cons: The private budget room is very pricey for what you get. The room is tiny with shared toilets. You can't even stand in most of the room area. It was our most expensive night on the Carretera with the least value.
Pros: This place has a real sense of community and I am so sad to be leaving!!
Pros: Lovely airy space, comfy beds, clean, hot showers. Lovely helpful staff. 10 minute walk into town. Simple but nice breakfast. Didn't want to leave! Really cosy hostel.
Cons: Being really picky, instant coffee at breakfast...that was it!
Pros: Great location, beautiful hostel - lovely welcoming atmosphere, very clean. Friendly and helpful staff. Short walk to the town. Short walk to amazing hikes and stunning river to swim in. Helped us with booking white water rafting which is a must!
Pros: We left before breakfast, so they left us cheese and ham in the fridge, with bread and coffee available as well
Situated in Futaleufú, 13 km from Futaleufu National Park, Pumallen features accommodation with a garden and free private parking. The accommodation provides a 24-hour front desk and free WiFi throughout the property.
Cons: At first I wasn’t sure to leave a negative review. Futaleufú is indeed a small town in the middle of nowhere, a kind of last chance for civilisation hamlet you see in those westerns movies... And the accommodations here might probably reflect the town... But when comparing with the other towns we stayed in, mostly small towns around the Lake District (in Chile and Argentina), and the accommodations we had, this one is very expensive for what is a badly build and poorly furnished cabana. It was not very clean, rustic furnitures, no fan and it was crazy hot, ... The worst thing was the nylon bed sheets which sparkled with static electricity at every move! I had to pick up our sarongs to replace the bedsheets with them. Above all, if the description mentions a hot tub, it doesn’t give the crazy price you have to pay for it! The equivalent of £35 ! A lot when you think we paid £5 for the thermal springs of Amarillo on the way... Ok you have a bottle of wine and a few nibbles with it but you know how cheap wine is here. So the owners are making a substantial profit. Thus except if you’re going white water rafting, you can give this town a miss and those cabanas at the same time.
Pros: The owner is very receptive. She could solve all questions that we had. The size of the room was good.
Cons: The water heat system frequently turned off due to the high temperature that it reached.
Pros: Wi fi is good
Cons: They try to take tax from us.for chile citizents only. They didnk like credit card