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We decided to break up the lake crossing journey with a one night stay at Natura Patagonia. The hotel is new and has all of the comforts of more cosmopolitan locales (wifi, solid wine list, soft sheets). Ask for a corner room if possible. We...More
The Hotel Natura is the only world-class hotel in the tiny community of Peulla, which is situated in a beautiful valley surrounded by the peaks of the Andes. It canonly be reached by ferry across either Lake Todos Los Santos on the Chilean side or...More
Natura Patagonia is a Patagonian Style Hotel in the border of Chile with Argentina. This hotel is for Lake Crossing Tour between Argentina and Chile (vice versa). This hotel is a must stop point for lunch during summer; where there is lake crossing tour conducted...More
My wife and I had a delightful 2 das stop over in this Hotel away from the hustle and bustle. The food was great as was service.. The Surrounding are is well blessed with walks although on or two are rather steep. .Our room was...More
The Hotel Natura was much better than I expected. I knew it was the ONLY hotel currently open in Peulla; We were a "captive audience," and therefore I figured we'd have to accept substandard lodgings for full price. Frankly - although my husband and I...More
#1 of 2 hotels in Parque Nacional Vicente Perez Rosales
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US$75 - US$129 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Your first question needs to be addressed to the Hotel itself, not to Travelosity. Our room did NOT have a balcony but it faced north and away from the lake. We had wait service for our dinner in the hotel; the breakfast was... More
Your first question needs to be addressed to the Hotel itself, not to Travelosity. Our room did NOT have a balcony but it faced north and away from the lake. We had wait service for our dinner in the hotel; the breakfast was buffet but there were wait staff to do such things as bring your specifically cooked eggs to your table
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"This is a very quiet place. The quality of sleep will certainly be good."