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Very cozy with stunning views, peacefull surrondings, attentive stuff and warm feeling. Highly recommended.
Stay inside the park and save the long driving time on mostly unpaved roads to the nearest town
Located very close to the entrance of the park and have a nice view of rio serrano and thousands of stars at night.
Room was a bit small but clean and cozy.
We checked in late at night and out early in the morning, so...More
Hosteria Lago del Toro is a small, simple B&B-style inn set in the river valley just before the park. I loved this little place. The breakfast is adequate, not super. The staff are very friendly. I had the deluxe room upstairs. It was very roomy...More
Sad that we only spent one night here! Nice location in sector Rio Serrano with a nice view of the Cuernos del Paine from the common room. Very cozy accommodation with fireplaces, cute decor and very warm bedding for cold Torres del Paine nights (even...More
The staff received us with great warmth, we previously announced them that we are going to arrive quite late and asked for the possibility of having dinner - and all was settled when we got there. The food is simple, no menu (except wine) but...More
Doann - I was at this hotel in March and the writer from Sydney is correct. This hotel is just outside the southern entrance to the park. As you near the park on the road from Puerto Natales, the main road veers right. If... More
Doann - I was at this hotel in March and the writer from Sydney is correct. This hotel is just outside the southern entrance to the park. As you near the park on the road from Puerto Natales, the main road veers right. If you bear left, really going almost straight ahead, the road begins climbing and you wonder where you are headed, but don't worry - the road dead-ends in Rio Serrano. After climbing up the side of a mountain, the road drops into Rio Serrano. It is a very small village. I don't recall any road signs in the village. It is an open area with few trees, so you can see all of the buildings in the village easily. Use Google satellite view to orient yourself so you will know the hosteria when you see it. It's to the right, off the road into town.
Note that at the high point of the road into Rio Serrano there is an excellent spot to pull over and take a picture of the mountains in the park. My best photo of the trip is from that spot.
It's perhaps a 15 minute drive from the hosteria to the park entrance station, where you pay your fee.
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"If you can choose a room or cabin with a view of the Towers - preferably the upstairs triple,"