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We stayed one night in Puella as part of the Cruce Andes tour. Arrived at approximately 1230 had lunch then went on a 2 1/2 hour kayaking excursion. There were 6 in our group, with 3 rooms, all on the third floor with fabulous views...More
Stayed here as part of a package that transits from Bariloche to Puerto Varas. It's clean and comfortable bathrooms excellent. meals quite good but only one menu for lunch and dinner. Big mobs descend each day but disappear at 4 pm and leave the place...More
This hotel is Puella was the only one open on our trip. It is a large wooden lodge in the middle of nowhere and great for 1-2 nights of complete peace. If the weather permits, you can hike, fly-fish, photograph nature and horseback ride. If...More
We wanted to break up the 12 hour Lake Crossing and this was the perfect spot to reflect on the spectacular scenery we'd just travelled through. There's really nothing to do in Peulla, which is not big enough to call itself a village, if you're...More
Best place ever when looking for peace and get in touch with the nature!!! The service is great and doing nothing but just resting was priceless ! The Canopy and the Safari were really fun and the guides were great. Perfect place to be by...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."