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Puerto Natales Hotels

Hostería Tyndall

  • Practical Base


  • Cheaper lodging and dining options than other places in the park
  • Great views of Los Cuernos (the Horns) on a clear day


  • Hallways are poorly lit
  • The lodge itself can get noisy
  • Frayed around the edges

Updated 12/03/2014

Fodor's Review

This wooden lodge, often surrounded by flocks of snow geese and other wild birds, has simple rooms with attractive wood paneling. The hallways have dramatic, colonial-era light fittings, which can be seen as either broodingly romantic or just not doing their job; the lodge itself can be noisy—a problem solved by renting a log cottage (good value for groups of four). There's also a more basic refugio with dorm-style rooms that are cheap. Owner Christian Bore is a wildlife

enthusiast and bird-watcher; ask him for a tour of the grassy plain looking out toward the central cluster of snowy peaks. Or go fishing—the kitchen staff will cook your catch for free.

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Hotel Information



Hotel Details:

  • Credit cards accepted
  • Closed Apr.–Sept.
  • 36 rooms, 6 cottages
  • All-inclusive; Breakfast

Updated 12/03/2014


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