There is a great selection of hotels for your visit to Patagonia, Chile!
Hotels here do not have air-conditioning because it a colder area. If your room gets hot, you can open a window to cool off. Hotels here do not have coffee in the room. All rooms have a desck
1) Cabo de Hornos (4-star)
The Cabo de Hornos is located right on the Plaza de Armas. It has 110 rooms, and it will have 80 more by the end of 2024.
Each room has 1 king or 2 queen beds. There are 3 triple rooms with 3 queen beds, which can be made into a quad with an extra twin bed (8th floor). There are interconnecting rooms that are next to each other and then an outer door closes.
Rooms have a desk, telephone, TV, hairdryer, and safe. There is no mini-fridge but you can ask for one. There is no kleenex or coffee in the rooms. Get a room on an upper floor overlooking the plaza.
There is a small gym on the 8th floor with a few cardio machines and some weights in the closet.
There is a big open dining room and bar. There are chairs and tables on the side that you can use, and couches by the front the windows.
Breakfast is a buffet. It looks big, but isn’t very interesting. You can get eggs to order. Lattes cost extra.
2) Dreams Hotel (4-star)
The Dreams Hotel is a modern glass building right on the waterfront. The highlights are the enormous fitness center and the beautiful indoor infinity swimming pool plus jacuzzi overlooking the water. On the flip side, there are no social areas for lounging, and there is a casino.
There are 88 rooms on 8 floors. More rooms on the 11th floor will be open by the end of 2024. Rooms are big, lovely, and with great amenities (huge TV). They face the water or the city with either 1 king bed or 2 twin beds. You can also add a bed for a triple room. All rooms have a tub and shower. The standard rooms do not come with robes, but you can request them. Some rooms are connecting for families.
The restaurant is on the main floor facing the water. Breakfast is a buffet. They also serve lunch and dinner.
There is an ATM in the lobby and a coffee shop that is separate from the hotel. An art gallery is on the second floor.
3) La Yegua Loca (4-star)
Yegua Loca is a beautiful boutique hotel built in 1929 in old English style. They pride themselves on personalized service. Pronounced “jegwa”. If you like adorable and quaint with personalized service, you will love this!
There are 15 rooms total, 8 are in the original building and 7 are in a new part. It has WiFi throughout.
It has an amazing restaurant, so even if you don’t stay here, stop by for dinner on your way to the Mirador (viewpoint over the city). Breakfast is ordered off a menu. They also serve lunch and dinner. You should make a reservation for dinner as it can fill up.
Each room has a different theme based on a job-oriented theme from old times (and name, no numbers). They come in 3 different sizes, some are city view and some are ocean view (panoramic). The ones facing the water have a private balcony (separate but not private). There are 8 rooms in the original building and 7 in the new building. Rooms have 1 king or 2 twin beds. There are 3 rooms that can be triples. There are no TV’s in the room, but there are handmade slippers.
It is a few blocks up hill, and there are stairs in the hotel. There is no elevator but a dumbwaiter for luggage. The last bit of road is rough cobblestones. Coming back from dinner in the dark requires careful footing.
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