A place that is enchanting and for rest, as it has cabins managed by their owners who are nice, surrounded by an oak forest. Near attractions in Panguipulli. There are not enough vacation days to know this place. Recommendable.
It has a Forest Snow Centre and Snow Park at the top of the Mocho Choshuenco volcano. There is a short bike tour, trekking and volcano climbing, as well as trekking trails through different forests. It has a canopy, horseback riding tours, and a spectacular ferry ride on the Hua-Hum that sails 26 kilometres across Lake Pirehueico. This lake is one of the few lakes in the Native Patagonian Forest and along its banks you can get to Patagonia Argentina, San Martin de los Andes, Junín de los Andes and San Carlos de Bariloche, and also return back to Chile on the same path. I had a great time, and would go back anytime. At the brewery, there are paths to the spirits, where you can see deer and Pudu. It's a beautiful place to connect with nature with water drops, blue sky, and the smell of wood.
A quiet town located a few kilometers from the city of conception. The modern touch escapes this city but it preserves its ancestral magic. A beautiful town with buildings which make Tome an icon commune .
This is a sweet place where man and nature sink into a magical union, on the shores of Lake Riñihue and at the exact point where the Rio San Pedro flows out from a diverse flora and fauna that invite you to admire and be part of this hotel's charm. It's located in the commune of Panguipulli, an insert in Northern Patagonia and the shores of Lake Riñihue. This magical place is perfect for relaxing and really disconnecting. It has 17 comfortable rooms with a beautiful view of the hotel gardens and lake. It's an ideal place for meetings and conversation. It features an excellent restaurant and bar for the comfort of our guests. Hiking, biking, horseback riding, fishing trips, rafting, kayaking, sunbathing and swim in Lake Riñihue with flora and fauna, and tennis are some of the activities that can be performed at this charming hotel in northern Patagonia. As trails, I recommend visiting the Salto de Huilo-huilo, the thermal baths, the city of Valdivia, among other places.
It is an area mostly inhabited by the Mapuche ethnic community, it is very quiet and warm, surrounded by nature with beautiful flora and fauna. There are several campsites around the Bio Bio river. We came to one which was attended by a Mapuche family friendly and where one was integrated into the life of field. There many places to go out for a walk. Here is the perfect place to forget about the city and enjoy nature.
For about 10 euros you can get to sleep and have breakfast in this house, close to the bus station . It is definitely not a place for princesses but the price / quality ratio is very good. The rooms are good, they all have TV and WiFi, and the owner, an older lady was great. I recommend it for backpackers (in this part of Chile it is cheaper to stay in houses that rent rooms in hotels and supply is very high in these houses).
For all visitors that come for the first time you need to find a good place to stay, I recommend The penquista, which offers student pensions in the winter and in the summer offers tourists rooms for an offer that is below that of the area, which is $ 8000 Chilean pesos, just under 17 dollars. The place is warm, clean and safe. Aunt Anita that treats you with love and if you want something to eat you can chat with her. She offers the service at a reasonable cost. In addition to those traveling during the year there is a room if a tourist wants to stay. The place is 5 minutes from the main bus terminal in the city.
I regret not having made a comment about this earlier, as I really think it's the best place to stay in Santiago. The staff are friendly, and it has a kitchen, a TV room, a living room, and two rooftop terraces where you can interact with the other customers. It's located in Bellavista, one of the most popular parts of the city. Take a room that doesn't face the street, as it can get quite noise. Highly recommended.
One of the most charming hotels in the city of Valparaiso. Very adequately combines art with a relaxing haven. The entire hotel, from the entrance to the guests´room is painted in shades of blue. To summarize, it´s a different type of place, very unique, and you can stay at a reasonable price.
In the Lake district in southern Chile, the best choice for sleeping are private homes that rent rooms. They are affordable, 10-15 euros (you can find more expensive ones) and the Chileans in this area are known to be kind and gentle people (and I can vouch for this). In this case, the house was new, all rooms were rented (the owner lived in the house next door), the price was cheap (12 euros), it was well located (near the centre and on the same street that takes you to the lake), it had a garage, the owner was a delight ..... If you pass by this town, do not hesitate to stay here.
The Merdiano Sur Petit Hotel is a lovely place located in Santiago in the area of Providencia. It's a nice and quiet area a couple of minutes from the metro. The hotel is very nice, creative and makes the stay very charming. The staff are very helpful and friendly. The hotel features a patio where you can enjoy fresh air and has computers in case you don't carry your laptop along. It has photography books and guides like Lonely Planet and Rough Guides to review. The environment and location are highly recommended, both for working visits or to go alone. There is a quality breakfast which exudes a magical, poetic air with quotes on the walls. The rooms have a personal name number.
My corner in the south of the world is my home, of German design, typical of the structure in this zone that was settled by Germans. It has only one twin room with private bathroom, wifi, and internet. And in the morning there is a tasty Southern breakfast with bread and homemade jams. We are 1 block from the plaza, casino and lake. Puerto Varas was recently named the city with the best quality of life in Chile, it has a lovely lake Llanquihue and 2 volcanoes named "Calbuco" and "Osorno". It is the starting point for many activities. In this part of Chile's Andes mountains fall into the ocean. It is the end of "crossing lakes", which takes you from Chile to Argentina and vice versa.
It is centric and in front of the Cerro Santa Lucia, four blocks from the Plaza de Armas, three blocks from the Palace de La Moneda. One block away is the Santa Lucia metro station. Good service with comfortable rooms and internet free of charge. Double room with breakfast was 48$. very recomendable.
Complejo Olas (complex waves) is a large apartment complex in San Pedro Bay of peace with nearly 2km of beach with grey sand. It's not suitable for swimming because it's dangerous, but this resort has one of the largest swimming pools of Chile where it is possible to practice sailing sports ...
If you want to feel like European settlers in Chile, visit this town with a blackberry tart smell in winter and sport on the slopes of the Villarrica volcano, but if you prefer to enjoy a non-stop summer sunrise or going out for an excursion, this is your destination. Hiking, climbing a volcano, rafting, natural hot springs, zip line and even a natural rock slide, to walk the banks of the River Plata; afternoons riding, walks through craft markets for leather and wood and a casino, it will keep you well entertained during the day and night. To sleep I recommend camping in The Llueque, 12 km. from Pucon and very easy to get around by bike. And when you go to the black sand beach of Lake Villarrica, look for a man with a hat, to try the best Chilean milk.
When we were all in Santiago we stayed at this hostel. It has both private rooms with their own bathrooms and others which don't, but you still sleep. It is very well located since it's near the center of Santiago and a few blocks from the Metro station "Los Heroes". A selling point for this hostel is the design of all its facilities and yard. A con is the breakfast which came with the room with private bath was supposedly free but was very bad. When there was juice the glasses were not there and vice versa. They didn't have coffee either, but if they did it probably would have been instant coffee and not the same. In addition, the prices were too high to be a hostel, so I think if I were to return I would look for another hostel in Santiago. However, I admit that the atmosphere was very striking and very spacious.
The apartments are located in the Alsace a quiet street in the heart of El Golf, near restaurants and within walking distance of supermarkets, banks, metro, parks and the Golf Club- Lions. The apartments are ideally suited for medium to long term stays and for business people. It is in a largely residential area, with lots to do such as shopping and dining, and is certainly in one of the safest areas around Santiago. It is very near Isidora Goyenechea avenidad near the main building, which has numerous restaurants and bars. Paeople say that it has the best atmosphere in Santiago!
Cabanas Christophe is a wonderful place, offering a beautiful view of the sea. It is situated far away from the bustle of the city, but it is just a few minutes drive. Christophe has lived for many years on the island and there is no better guide. They welcome you into their huts as if you were a friend. It makes you feel at home. The breakfasts are very complete with milk, juice, coffee, tea and cheese and ham rolls. Enough to undertake such interesting cruises and discover the wonders of Easter Island. It is not like the usual tours. Christophe has patience, he waits for you and fits into your schedule. Totally recommended.
We were spending a few days in Puerto Natales and we chose to stay at the CostAustralis for 4 nights. We were lucky because we got the best room in the hotel, which included a gazebo. The service was great, the food was very good (I recommend the grilled chicken). It's a place I doubt I'll return to, but if I did, I'd go back to this hotel.
This is a hotel with a super-inspiring and enjoyable atmosphere that transports you to a haven of peace. Good Kharma breathes as you enter the hotel. The place a special charm that makes you feel at home. Breakfast is amazing and very filling. You receive input from motivational quotes and inspiring from the reception. Very friendly service from the staff. Environment with wood in rooms that do move you to a very special family environment. There is a small room at the top overlooking espectaculares.Wifi free. A 'highly recommended place
After spending 7 nights at this hotel, there is nothing to praise other than the people who work there, and the facilities. Located three blocks from the main square, it has a magnificent location. Spacious rooms are well equipped. Jarvis, the manager, is always willing to help and have a good conversation. In short, a very good choice to stay in Salamanca.
The Ibis Santiago Providencia Hotel is located a few steps from the central bus station, and one of the first buildings you'll see once your arrive in Santiago. We had just arrived and given Santiago's reputation for being unsafe at night, we went ahead and got a room here (cost: 35,000 pesos, or about 50.00 euro). The rooms are nice and quiet and they TV has about a million channels. Breakfast is charged separately (3,000 pesos), but overall it was a pleasant stay.
One of the most famous hotels of this city and this is where most of the artists stay who perform at the International Festival of Viña del Mar. A few years ago it was completely remodeled providing a modern look and perfectly joining the sea. The setting is captivating!
The Blue Tree hotel is a real oasis in Santiago, comprising several buildings in one of the most beautiful streets in the Chilean capital. The entire hotel is arranged so that the modern, and the old, mingle together in an atmosphere of perfect tranquility. Of course, luxury comes at a price, and it costs about 124 dollars for a double room, or 115 for a single. Highly recommended if it's in your price range!
At the bottom of the Plaza de Londres you'll find this establishment, which offers services beyond the basic hostel packages. Room rates: space in a hostel room goes for $20, and a single costs $40. Prices go up to $83 for a room for four people. There's a kitchen area, with internet and breakfast included. It's in a very quiet area with no noise. The decor is really rather basic and no-frills, but it's a good place to rest.
You never know what can happen on a journey ... in our case, we found ourselves with no money in a foreign country! Luckily, in Santiago you can spend a night in the "Hogar de Cristo", which is a homeless shelter. A night costs from 0 to 200 Chilean pesos (up to $0.15), and you have a shared room with the city's homeless. You eat and shower with them - a truly humbling experience. Don't fear discomfort or illness. A good choice in case of emergency.
On your travels through Chile, Argentina or Antarctica, you should not miss out on the spectacular Torres del Paine. Stunning granite formations that rise up to 2,800 meters above the sea level. The are located in the National Park they gave their name to and have been declared as a World Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO. Neither can you miss out on a visit to the mythical Tierra del Fuego with its virgin forests, mountains, rivers and little visited lakes such as Fagnano and Deseado, not forgetting the rivers Grande and Azopardo. We may also browse the famous fjords Cordillera Darwin and explore the glaciers and marine wildlife in the purpose-built kayaks.