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Located in Puerto Puyuhuapi, 5 km from Queulat National Park, Cabana Senderos Puyuhuapi provides a restaurant, garden views and free WiFi. Some of the units include a satellite flat-screen TV, a fully equipped kitchen with a microwave, and a shared bathroom with a shower and a free toiletries. Guests at the bed and breakfast can enjoy a continental breakfast. Guests can also relax in the garden.
Pros: Good breakfast with tasty cakes, scrambled eggs etc.; comfortable beds; very friendly staff; fast wifi
Cons: living room of the cabana quiet small; payment was only in chilenian pesos possible - so we had to pay the tax of 19% - no payment in dollar possible to avoid paying the tax;
Pros: The place was brand new, very comfortable and clean. The wood burning heater worked perfectly. The lady that runs the place was super nice and helped us with everything we needed. Breakfast was very good.
Cons: The corkscrew was terrible (but I guess this has been solved by now ;-))
Pros: Roxana, the hostess, was very cordial and accommodating. The cabana was very nice, bedding comfortable, everything was clean. Great stay!
Pros: friendly owner
Cons: everything was brilliant
Pros: The cabin is situated quietly directly at the lakeshores. The owner was nice.
Cons: The WIFI reception was very bad, we had to leave the hut and go to the lake to have little reception. The door lock was not working.
Pros: The Cabana is closely located to the stops for the regional busses and also supermarkets where you get everything you need. Most hospitable hosts ever and the house is super clean; The rooms are cozy and the beds are comfortable. Heating was always running and the Cabana fully cleaned every day when we came home; They even arranged individual transportation to one of the national parks for us; They also own a restaurant where they offer delicious meals. Our booking was incl. breakfast and they always asked us at what time it should be ready for the next day.
Pros: Nice cottages. Well equipped. Owner very friendly and helpful. Good breakfast.
os Mañíos Del Queulat features rooms with free WiFi in Puerto Puyuhuapi, practically set 23 km from Queulat National Park. This bed and breakfast offers on-site dining. Free private parking is available on site. Some rooms have shared bathroom, some have private bathroom. A continental breakfast is served every morning at the property.
Pros: Verry friendly and service orientated.
Pros: An excellent and comfortable place to stay
Pros: very convenient stay in puyuhaupi since its one of the few restaurants around and served its guests even on christmas. the beds were comfortable but the rooms were pretty tight. the showers were hot and all amenities were clean. the hosts were kind and the breakfasts were great. freshly prepared eggs and bread.
Cons: parking was tight
Pros: The look and feel of the place is very nice The internet was excellent
Pros: Everything was excellent. Adriana and her husband treated us as their guests at home. The hotel is BEAUTIFUL, all in natural local mañio wood, impeccably clean and comfortable. We have stayed at a couple of other hostels/hotels here in Puyuhuapi and this is by far the best.
Pros: Pleasant staff. Internet was good. Place was generally clean
Cons: Bad coffee, breakfast could have been better
Pros: Super nice staff/owner. Fall asleep to the sound of a river!
Pros: Comfortable beds, spacious.
Cons: Restaurant food was not appetizing. Avoid the pizza and salads.
Pros: Very nice owners, they spoke English enough to give us good tips and help to find info. Very very nice room, spacy, nice view on the river, clean baathroom. Good food (both breakfast and diners).
Cons: Same breakfast for every day.
Pros: Very spacious rooms, very clean, friendly and helpful owners.
Boasting a shared lounge, Hostal y Cabañas Ventisquero is situated in Puerto Puyuhuapi in the Aysen region, 5 km from Queulat National Park. The accommodation features a 24-hour front desk, airport transfers, a shared kitchen and free WiFi. The rooms will provide guests with a microwave.
Pros: Nice location
Cons: No towels
Pros: We felt very welcome and comfortable at Hostal y Cabañas Ventisquero in Puyuhuapi. When we arrived, there was a fire burning in the wood stove so the apartment was warm despite the chilly rain outside. On request, they also allowed us to use the clothes dryer to dry our wet clothing, which we greatly appreciated. The price was very reasonable for a private 2-bedroom cabin (apartment) that sleeps 6. The furnishings were basic but comfortable. The kitchen was small but well appointed. The water was hot and the shower had sufficient pressure.
Cons: Overall, would recommend this property but it was not without minor downsides: The wifi was sketchy, dropping the signal frequently. The wood stove, while enjoyable as long as you're actively tending it, makes it difficult to control the temperature and it went out overnight so we woke up cold.
Pros: Everything was really clean. The Host was very friendly and helpful. We enjoyed our time here and would definitely recommend to stay there. It was just perfect!
Cons: Loud group played music until 4am.
Pros: A very nice and clean place. I slept in a private room with bathroom. It could get cold, but there was an electrical heater on wheels. Nice shower and two towels. Good location, in the middle of Puyuhuapi (which, of course, isn't that big anyway) and close to two supermarkets, right around the corner.
Pros: Nice staff and good location, great value for the price you pay, big kitchen
Cons: The kitchen could be better equipped
Pros: The hosts were very warm and friendly. The room was comfortable and super clean! I could wash my laundry and dry it out in their yard which had a lot of sunlight. The kitchen was fully equipped - kettle, microwave, gas burners, cooking utensils, cutlery, salt and sugar. Comfortably cooked a full meal for lunch and enjoyed it (given that we had been on the road for so long!) . There was a spacious dining space to enjoy our meal. The wifi connectivity was also great. The place was also very close to the centre. There is a supermarket just around the corner and an array of restaurants to choose from for lunch/dinner. We walked down to the waterfront in the evening. The shower could have been better though. It would get intermittently cold so had to watch out for it during the bath. In all a wonderful stay!
Pros: Particular like that owner was able to charge my credit card instead of cash.
Cons: WI*FI did not work in the morning
Pros: The place was spotless, the staff were friendly and kept the fires going all night, the shower was good with hot water, lots of bedding too!
Cons: Only small things like the bedroom & bathroom doors were noisy to open & shut and not much sound proofing between rooms!
Pros: The hosts were very friendly and helpful with information of the area. The room was clean, the bathroom as well. They have a lounge area with a fireplace which was great because it rained the whole time and was cold when we were in Puyuhuapi. Internet was good and fast. Common kitchen is shared with the hosts which makes it a bit awkward to use but keeps it clean as well.
Cons: The hot water in the shower was not too reliable so don't count on taking an endless hot shower without running out of hot water (they get the hot water from a small tank which is heated via the wood-stove in the kitchen).
Located in Cisnes, Puyuhuapi Lodge & Spa is by the ocean, a 1-minute drive from Queulat National Park and 7 minutes from Hanging Glacier. Featured amenities include dry cleaning/laundry services, multilingual staff, and luggage storage. A roundtrip airport shuttle is provided for a surcharge during limited hours, and free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: The location is exceptional, a secluded bay accessible only by boat. Cool temperate rain forest in all directions, nature overflowing - birds, flowers, dolphins and more. You can get this in tents, cabanas or other hotels on the Carretera Austral, but in this exquisitely designed lodge, such things are magnified. The outside thermal pools are terrific, some with views of the bay and others of the rainforest. The walks are short, well designed and really get you through to the rainforest without being too difficult or intrusive. The hotel facilities are as comfortable as you would expect for the price. The restaurant was advertised as being high cuisine, however we found better food and more choice in places such as Futaleufu, Yelcho, Coyhaique and Puerto Aysen. It was ok, but not exceptional, and of course each dish was extra cost.
Cons: By Chile standards, prices are high and most things you would expect for such costs are additional. And annoyingly nit-pickingly additional. Go to the indoor thermal bath (it costs) and a towel costs $2 extra - any massage of course is more. Paddle a kayak in the bay and it costs. Actually the staff appeared somewhat embarrassed by all this, but didnt say anything explicit. And the management runs the place with so many rules, its almost like dealing with a semi-government department, especially when queries have to be referred to a Santiago office that is only rarely staffed. This really needs to change and will enhance the experience substantially. Having said that, most of the staff were great. Our big gripe was the lack of communication facilities - explained reasonably by the duty manager - guests are here to relax. There is no mobile signal due to remoteness and no internet/WiFi. I was not able to confirm my next booking on the track but that can be tolerated. However, my wife's sister in the US had a stroke a couple of days earlier and we couldnt contact her or indeed find out if we needed to leave in a hurry to get to the States. We heard a similar story about a Medical Specialist guest whose patient in Santiago needed advice urgently but wasnt able to get it. Ok, if physically this is impossible, however the Lodge's administration DOES have WiFi and quite fast - they need it for the bills which are organised in Santiago, the daily weather forecasts and many more things. However the local manager is not empowered to decide if a guest's requirements should allow her or him to use the connection. This is another example of excessive rules applied remotely and needs to change. In our opinion.
Pros: The place is really special. A quiet harbor in a fjord accessible only by boat, with natural hot springs (pools both outside and inside), surrounded by woods - really beautiful and unique. The staff is very friendly and helpful. Common areas are beautiful, rooms are big and comfortable. It's very expensive, but due to it's uniqueness, I'd say the one night we spent there was worth it.
Cons: As I mentioned, it's very expensive. On one hand, I do understand and accept this, given the uniqueness of the place. On the other hand, at this price, I'd expect: - not to have to pay extra for dinner and (especially) access to the inner pool - a bit higher level of furnishing of the room - especially the bathroom was very basic (and the shower wasn't working properly)
Pros: Great Negroni with a Patagonian Gin Lovely baths and walks, kayaking, etc.
Cons: The bar menu was very slow as they gave preference to those in the dining room. If you’re going to offer something so it well. They had closed a cafe that friends had recommended that was a good alternative...
Pros: May have been nice without rain.
Cons: Not a lot. Very expensive dinner. It rained all the time. For some reason the spa pool was going to cost more to use, but as it was raining constantly they allowed us free use. Too expensive.
Pros: This is a superb hotel. A must stay on a trip on the Carretera Austral. We were expected by the ferry driver. Our bike was locked in the car park, and we were taken across the fjord to the hotel where we were welcomed with a glass of bubbly and shown to our room, which was excellent. How do they manage to cook such good food in such a remote location? The Spa was the highlight of our stay as the weather wasn't good enough to use the outdoor pools. Highly recommended.
Cons: Only that the hot water was never really hot, even after running it for ages.
Pros: Perfect location, the hot water springs, the nice lobby, the nice people.
Cons: The only minus is the lack of wifi.
Pros: Super friendly staff. Great remote location (which you can reach only by boat). Super cozy hotel with fantastic panoramic views.
Pros: It is the best place to disconnect from everything and relax!! No internet connection which makes it really nice to enjoy it all the more... All the lush greenness Made me feel so close to God and nature
Cons: Bring some of your own food . Snacks and drinks are expensive and not always available . Trails and pools are not clearly marked .
Pros: Outstanding views and fabulous location. The outdoor termas were amazing. Dinner was particularly good. Very helpful and friendly staff.