AddressPedro Montt 262 Puerto NatalesSee nearby area
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The chateau-style designer Hotel Costaustralis is in Puerto Natales, offering a panoramic view of the Patagonian Andes. Rooms are stylish and comfortable and services include a restaurant, bar and wine cellar.
Guests at the Hotel Costaustralis can enjoy local king crab in the Paine restaurant, serving Patagonian gastronomy. They can also enjoy a Pisco sour at the Dickson bar, while the wine cellar features a collection from over 30 vineyards. A breakfast buffet is served daily and may be requested in your room.
Rooms at the Costaustralis Hotel have separate work desks, bathtubs and LCD and cable TV. All rooms offer a stunning mountain view. Free Wi-Fi is available.
Located just 6.3 kilometres from Teniente J. Gallardo Airport, free parking is available on site.
Based on local tax laws, Chilean citizens (and foreigners staying more than 59 days in Chile) must pay an additional fee of 19%.
Please note that for tax exemption foreign travellers must pay in US dollars and have to present the migration card they are given when they arrive to the country.
Foreign business travellers, who require a printed invoice, will also be charged the additional 19% regardless of the length of their stay in Chile.
This fee is not automatically calculated in the total costs for the reservation.
Please note that the cancellation policy varies according to the season. On low season (April 16 to September 15), no fee is charged if the reservation is cancelled 2 days before arrival. On high season (September 15 to April 15th), no fee is charged for cancellations 22 days prior to arrival. If cancelled 8 to 21 days before arrival, 50% of the reservation is charged. If cancelled up to 7 days prior to arrival, 100% of the reservation is charged.
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