Must-see hotels in Northern Patagonia

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    Hacienda Tres Lagos

    Aimed primarily at the package-tour crowd, lakeside Hacienda Tres Lagos offers elegant accommodations, horseback riding and amenities that aim to please…

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    Aldea Puerto Espolón

    A gorgeous setting on a sandy riverbank flanked by mountains, just before the Chilean entrance to town. Campers have hot showers and a sheltered kitchen…

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    Martín Pescador B&B

    Behind the restaurant, this cozy home with adobe-style walls and attractive furnishings is a steal. The two-bedroom cabins with narrow staircases are…

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    Refugio Aventura Tehuelche

    Guide Manuel Medina offers stays in a basic refugio 2km from Cerro Castillo. Located just 100m from climbing area La Chabela, it's aimed at the climbing…

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    Baqueanos de la Patagonia

    Offers camping with hot showers, barbecues and bikes. It also leads trekking trips in Parque Nacional Cerro Castillo. Outside the park it offers horseback…

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    Cabañas Aonikenk

    Hosted by the amicable Verónica, these all-wood cabins have local log furniture, snug white bedding and small balconies. Guests have use of a grill and…

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    Hospedaje Tía Lety

    A friendly family setting, with bulky beds in well-kept rooms. Breakfast, with homemade küchen (sweet, German-style cakes), jam and bread, is filling and…

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    Posada Ely

    A great deal, these well-kept rooms sit under the sure guardianship of Betty, a dyed-in-the-wool local who makes a mean rose-hip jam, served with a…

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    Camping El Volcán

    At the southern end of the park before Chaitén, 2.5km before the southern-entrance ranger station, this big camping zone has car camping and information…

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    Alto Melimoyu Hotel

    A design B&B on the Carretera Austral, though set back enough to almost forget it's there. A wooden hot tub and sauna are rented by the hour. Visitors…

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    Doña Collita

    An immaculate, old-fashioned hospedaje (guesthouse) with spotless rooms and a stern hostess. Cold feet take heart: it's one of the few options on the…

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    Hostería Río Grande

    This comfortable shingled lodge caters to sporty gringos. Expect bright, carpeted rooms with portable heaters and low-slung beds in deep frames. It also…

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    Patagonia Live

    Victor warmly welcomes guest into his immaculate suburban home with a guest breakfast nook. Rooms are comfortable and modern. With discounts for carbon…

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    Camping Río Correntoso

    Near the confluence of the Ríos Simpson and Correntoso, 24km west of Coyhaique, Camping Río Correntoso has 50 spacious riverside sites in a bucolic…

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    Ruedas de la Patagonia

    At the end of a dead-end street, these prim wooden cabins are a fair deal, though the double lacks a kitchen. Rooms in the guesthouse are adequate and the…

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    Residencial Cero a Cero

    A log home that has ample space, Cero a Cero is a comfortable option with good beds, plenty of windows and a warm, cozy interior. If you speak Spanish,…

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    Hotel Hornopirén

    This hotel has well-worn Patagonian character, water views and the assuring presence of Señora Ollie. The best rooms are those on the 2nd floor…

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    There is camping near the Conaf office by the airstrip. Five rustic campsites have water and bathrooms. Fires are not allowed and no food is available at…

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    Adolfo's B&B

    The best bargain digs in town are in this warm wood-finish home run by a hospitable family. Breakfast includes eggs, homemade bread and coffee cake.

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    Camping Tronador

    Free backcountry campsites at the basin of the stunning amphitheater lake on Laguna Tronador trail, a steep two-hour climb from the trailhead.