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Hotel Lago Grey is superbly situated at one end of Lago Grey looking towards the glacier at the other end of the lake In Patagonia, in the south of Chile.
The rooms ( In the most recent section of the resort) are very good with...More
From our room we had a great view of the mountains and glacier. The rooms are very comfortable although there were a number of bugs they seemed to disappear with occupancy. It was a short walk to reception and the restaurant with great views. The...More
We booked this hotel through Scottish company, Andean Trails. It was a great choice.
We were given one of the new rooms and it was definitely a superior room with a view of the lake, mountains and glacier. The included photo was taken from the...More
Of course, the hotel is not cheap, but its unique location definitely costs this money: the stay inside the park provided us with possibility to explore it without rush. And the view to icebergs just through the room window made the stay even more unforgettable,...More
For our recent trip to Chile (Santiago and the Torres del Paine National Park in Patagonia), we arranged our hotel bookings and some other travel arrangements through a well-respected UK travel company which specialises exclusively in Latin-America. Having subsequently read some of the reviews of...More
$179 - $419 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Magallanes Region >
Torres del Paine National Park
Also Known As
Lago Grey Hosteria And Navegacion Hotel Torres Del Paine ,
Lago Grey Hotel And Navegation Aisen Region/Torres Del Paine National Park, Chile
A taxi would be very expensive. How did you get to the hotel for the Navigation? We rented a car from Puerto Natales at a place called Newen Car Rental which was a good experience. It was a stick-shift Geely (Chinese... More
A taxi would be very expensive. How did you get to the hotel for the Navigation? We rented a car from Puerto Natales at a place called Newen Car Rental which was a good experience. It was a stick-shift Geely (Chinese built) that was fine (be sure they have a frost scraper in it). If you want a small SUV (Rav 4) with automatic transmission you'll pay about $125 a day. The Geely was perfectly adequate at $80 a day. The car does take a beating on the poor roads so drive slowly. With a map and a degree of confidence in your own ability you'll be able to make the trip with a rental.
There are three hikes that use Hotel Lago Grey as a staging area. There are 2 half-day trips (or a couple hours depending on your fitness level). Having a rental car gets you from the hotel to the start point in a few... More
There are three hikes that use Hotel Lago Grey as a staging area. There are 2 half-day trips (or a couple hours depending on your fitness level). Having a rental car gets you from the hotel to the start point in a few minutes, but if you are walking from the hotel add another half hour to get to start point. The easiest is the one to the glacier tour boat dockage and the island next to it where you can loop around and return. The literature from the park I picked up says it takes an hour and that's about right if you are on some sort of mission to complete it. The other is from the same staging area to Mirador Ferrier. Based on the elevation change I'd say minimum 2 hours. It is easy at first and then it is a climb. The day we were there the ranger said my wife's footwear wasn't suitable and we only went up to where the climb became steep then we turned back. You need to have hiking boots and be reasonably fit. The longest is to Mirador Zapata. That hike takes 7 hours into back country and you need a park-licensed guide to accompany you or your group. There is a ranger house at the same start spot as the other hikes I mentioned where you schedule the hike. This hike takes you to see some water falls. What you do once you get to Mirador Zapata I don't know because we didn't do it. it was too great a time commitment for us. Be sure to tip the guide. The requirement for a guide might seem overly cautious or designed to gouge visitors for a tip. Truth be told they just don't want people biting off more than they can chew and they don't want anyone on trails after dark.
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"While not a five star luxury hotel, it is luxury given the rugged and sometimes harsh environment. Food was..."