Chile Hotels

There are a wide range of accommodation options across Chile, catering to travelers on a tight budget as well those with more cash. Chile is home to plenty of camping facilities as well as a growing network of hostels for backpackers, but you can also find some of the best luxury hotels in South America.

Rooms cost more in Santiago than elsewhere in the country. In more remote places, you can take advantage of hospedajes (a room in a local’s house) as well as refugios (rustic shelters) in national parks. Cabañas and chalet-style cabins also exist in resort areas, and range from selfcatering to full service.

It is important to account for the peak holiday season in Chile, roughly December through February and Easter, when accommodation prices can rocket and rooms may be hard to come by without a prior reservation. During the low season you can always try to negotiate a discount on the advertised rate.

Chile Budget Hotels and Chile Hostels

There are heaps of hostels and hotels in Santiago, and no shortage of options in resort towns like Viña del Mar. The farther south you travel toward remote areas of Patagonia, the less choices you will find, but budget accommodation is nonetheless available.

In general, you can score a dorm bed in most Chile hostels for about $10. Springing for your own quarters will set you back about $20, on the low end. Chile hostels are typically well situated, with day and nighttime attractions, transit, and amenities within walking distance. While many hostels offer the expected facilities (breakfast, laundry, Internet), some even deliver Wi-Fi, lead excursions and tours, and host BBQs and parties. Occasionally you’ll encounter added frills like pinball machines and Foosball tables.

It is always best to take a look before committing yourself to a room in Chile hotels, as the “star rating” is generally more a measure of amenities than décor and up-keep. In high season, even Chile budget hotels can be in short supply, so pre-booking and risking a not-so-great room may be preferable to no room at all. Rooms are usually en-suite with a shower and hot water but standards vary. Expect to pay about from $40 for mid-range and $70 upwards for high-end hotels. If you prefer something you recognize, you will find various large chain hotels in Santiago.

Although quality has improved, dingy digs and erratic shower temperatures still exist as far as Chile budget hotels and hostels are concerned. However, don’t be too quick to judge a lodging by its weathered exterior: some of the best places to stay happen to be in historical buildings.

Chile Luxury Hotels and Chile Resorts

Stays at Chile luxury hotels and resorts usually start around $100, and the sky is pretty much the limit in price. However, if you have the money to splurge, you usually get what you pay for in terms of comfort, pampering, and service. In most cases, you can expect over-the-top spa service and multiple restaurants with international cuisines, as well as pools, jacuzzis, and saunas. Chile luxury hotels are also usually happy to take your credit card, whereas budget accommodations may only accept cash.

As far as Chile resorts go, the country runs the gamut beach-side escapes to skiing reservations. Although Chile snagged around 4,300 kilometers (2,580 miles) of coast, most of the best-known Chile resorts along the beach are concentrated in the center of the country, stretching northward from Santiago to El Norte Chico. In most beach towns, nightlife is lively and seafood is plentiful, so you might want to explore beyond the compound of your resort. On the other hand, if you prefer snow to sand, there are over 20 ski resorts in the southern half of Chile. Some are even less than a half-hour drive from Santiago, and most have multiple runs down the slopes of the Andes.

Chile Camping and Other Chile Accommodation Options

Chile camping can be expensive at official campsites, whether they are of modest facilities or part of fancy holiday resorts. Fortunately, all are usually well kept. Chile camping in national parks may provide just the basic necessities, and tends to be more expensive in the south than in the north of the country. In some parks wild camping is possible although it is wise to seek permission from the landowner first.

Refugios, basic stone huts with bed space and gas stoves, are found in more remote locations but you should contact the park ranger stations before relying on this option. You may also be able to camp on some beaches, but be sure to check with the local police first. Away from the city you can find some fantastic hacienda lodgings and lake resorts which also organize horse riding, rafting, fishing and hiking excursions.

Other accommodation options in Chile include residenciales, hospedajes, and casas de familia. The distinction between these three types is not always obvious, and it doesn’t necessarily matter as long as keeping to your budget is your priority. Residenciales are usually impressive, well-maintained houses — but some can be dark and dank, so ask to see the room first. Hospedajes are usually cheaper versions of residenciales, providing simple rooms either as part of a house or in an extension at the back. Casas de familia (or casas familiares) as the name suggests, offer rooms in family homes and are pretty much along the same lines as the others. Family members may tout for business in bus stations so you can save money by catching a ride with them. Ask at the local tourist office for more information.

  • Cabañas Candelaria
    Cabañas Candelaria is a fantastic budget option on the outskirts of San Pedro. The owners are a friendly couple who will introduce you to their dog Pon-Pon, and set you up in a comfortable bed in a dorm-style room. There is an on-site kitchen, shared showers with too hot water and a nice outdoor ar
  • The Guest House
    The Guest House, also known as Casa Wetzel, is a cute, inviting hotel with ten rooms, all having a private bath. Once a luxurious mansion originally constructed in 1926, it was remodeled and transformed into a bed and breakfast atmosphere with modern details. The owners are from the United States an
  • Hotel Lagos del Sur
    Hotel Lagos del Sur proclaims itself to be “en el corazón del sur de Chile” - and it is, as well, in the heart of the city of Osorno. Located just a half-block from the Plaza de Armas, this hostel offers its clients large, well-decorated rooms with private bath and cable TV. The hotel has
  • Hotel Aitué
    Hotel Aitué is located in the heart of Temuco just two blocks from Plaza Pinto. This unassuming three-star lodging choice offers high class amenities, like minibars, cable TV, hairdryers and in-room WiFi, for a reasonable price. These and other touches make this a favorite home-away-from-home to ma
  • Hostal y Cabañas Esmeralda
    At the end of the main street in the bohemian arts neighborhood of Barrio Esmeralda is Hostal y Cabañas Esmeralda. The blue-trimmed white house with a large front porch was built by a German family nearly a century ago. The guest rooms are spacious and beautifully decorated. They each have heating,
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  • Meliá Patagonia
    Hotel Sol Melia is an over-the-top five star extravaganza. From the outside Melia doesn't look as posh as it is hailed to be, but the inside does not leave anything for want. There are multiple lounge areas, both indoor and outdoor, that have private areas to enjoy the view and relax. In fact some o
  • Hotel Puelche
    Hotel Puelche is a fresh, relaxing hotel set up on the hill, not far from the city center. The place is open, bright and welcoming. The rooms are spacious, clean, and a good value. Most of the reception faculty speaks English.The restaurant has tasty Chilean food and a warm ambiance, although the di
  • Cabañas Mapulay
    For travelers looking for a bit of a retreat from the others who are rushing from one high-octane adventure to another, Cabañas Mapulay may be the place to stay. In a grassy yard with lots of shade trees are 14 cabins for two and four persons. Each has a TV and DVD (the office has a free video libr
  • Hotel Polo Sur
    Polo Sur, a series of large, two-story, fully-equipped cabins, is a smart choice for families or other groups looking for apartment-style accommodations in town. The cabins are spacious and brightly decorated (though be careful on the shaky staircases), and receive ample sun pouring in from Ancud's
  • Gran Hotel Pucón
    The Gran Hotel Pucón is the grand lady in this town. From this stately five-story spa on the shores of Lago Villarrica, the front rooms gaze upon the volcano. Those accommodations on the backside enjoy the lake for its scenic backdrop. The rooms are large with wood floors and picture windows. Along
  • Hotel Yachting Kiel
    Hotel Yachting Kiel is a privileged inn. It is right across from the village's pier (where, yes, the old yacht can be parked) with unobstructed views of Villarrica Lake and Volcano. All the guestrooms of this rambling two-story lodge have these incredible vistas from their balconies (the front three
  • Cabanas Los Alerces
    Cabañas los Alerces is one of those places that looks nicer on its webpage then it does in reality. The hotel is decorated in a cute, grandma-like fashion, but looks as if it has seen better days. The restaurant has a nice ambiance, although it is also the way to get to the pool (which is a bit str
  • Solace
    Solace is a brand-spanking-new, four-star hotel. Completed in May of 2008, Solace is a trendy, modern accommodation with all of the bells and whistles, except for a pool. They offer king and queen size beds, a large buffet breakfast (included in the price of the room), and spectacular views of Lake
  • Residencial Dalmacia
    The majestic chalet that used to be the home of the Vincente Mimica family is now Residencial Dalmacia. This hostel has large rooms. Those on the back side of the house have commanding views of Bahía de Porvenir. Residencial Dalmacia is often booked solid by work crews, especially outside the summe
  • Hostal El Chispa
    Once upon a time this was the house that Nicolás Sieckovic built. It later was home for many decades to the first Compañía de Bomberos (fire department). Since the beginning of the millennium, this hostel has played host to tourists who come to blaze a trail to Porvenir and Tierra del Fuego sites
  • Casa Aventura
    Casa Aventura has become famous as a hotspot in Valparaíso for hostellers. Tucked inside an ally leading into the labyrinth-like hills of Valparaíso, it's no wonder this place has developed such a following. The hostel, run by a Chilean-German couple, is located in a converted century-old house. I
  • Hostal Pilcomayo
    This backpacker's hostel is rough around the edges, but it's an easy place to throw your pack after a long day. Dishes pile up in the shared kitchen, and there's a single bathroom shared by all, but it's not without its charms. The dorms and private rooms are clean, there's a café downstairs (with
  • Hostal Maria Casa
    A small family-run hostel just a few blocks from the main bus terminal, Hostal Maria Casa is a quiet, charming, and inexpensive place to spend the night in La Serena. If you're looking for lots of creature comforts or to be at the center of the city's nightlife, this is not the place to come. The si
  • El Punto Hostal
    Hostal El Punto has a great locationâ??halfway between the bus station and the central plazaâ??and its popularity among backpackers makes it a good place to meet fellow young travelers. The hostel is German-run and consists of several small dorms and private rooms, three shared bathrooms, a large
  • Hostal Cali
    Hostal Cali is one of Putre's cheaper hotels. It has a spare feeling to it, with rooms along a narrow back patio which doubles as a parking space at night. Rooms are comfortably furnished for two or more persons. All bathrooms have on-demand hot water. Just ask doña Yolanda to light the heater. Com
  • Lamas Hostal
    Lamas Hostel is a hostel/guest house, located in downtown Arica near the Arica hospital and business area of the city, one block south of the major street of Arica, 21 Mayo, a pedestrian street. The city on in the border with Peru and Bolivia. Lamas hostel has 22 rooms with private bathroom, cable
  • Hostal Caracol
    Hostal Caracol embodies the charm of the city of Valparaíso: inviting, colorful and essentially one of a kind. Stowed away in a converted turn-of-the-century house high in the hills of the city and close to Neruda's La Sebastiana, this hostel is perfect for the traveler looking for a place that fee
  • Surf Hostal
    Dutchman Marcel Janssen opened this pleasant hostal across the street from Playa Infiernillo in January of 2007, and it does not disappoint. Surf Hostal is away from the noise and crowds but still a short 10-minute walk to popular restaurants on Anibal Pinto. Each room is equipped with feathered pil
  • Hotel Central
    Hotel Central is one of Porvenir's most established hostels. Widower don Pedro continues with the tradition his wife and he set down many years ago. On the outside, the inn is rather plain-looking, but inside you find the warmth of a family home. The rooms are a bit small but comfortable and warm. E
  • Hostería Yendegaia
    Another one of Porvenir's historic houses, this time the mansion of Croatian immigrant Doimo Tafra Popovic which was built in 1926, has become an inn. Vicente Couve, son of the famed Chilean nature photographer Enrique Couve, opens the door to travelers. The seven spacious rooms are warmly decorated
  • Hotel Rosas
    The front façade of Hotel Rosas makes it seem just like another run-of-the-mill hostel, but it is Porvenir's largest and most complete hotel. Each room is spacious and well-decorated in a simple style. They all have a private bath with 24-hour hot water, cable TV and other amenities. The owner is
  • casa club la reina
    This hostel is located in a quiet residential sector, close to buses, supermarkets, banks and restaurants.
  • Ají Hostel (previously Chilli Hostel)
    Only a block from busy Providencia, this converted 1930s house is a surprisingly tranquil hostel. Paintings by local artists decorate the walls, and the original staircase and large wooden doors give the place a classic, dignified atmosphere. The spacious kitchen, comfortable common area and light-f
  • La Chimba Hostel
    La Chimba Hostel offers a safe and cozy refuge for backpackers. Come to this clean and friendly place for a good night's rest; the beds are remarkably comfortable by hostel standards. Staff members speak English, though some better than others, and will often join guests for a movie in the common ro
  • Hotel Wellmann
    Hotel Wellmann is Cochrane's original hotel, serving travelers for over 40 years. Even these days, it is considered the classiest place to stay. The large rooms are sunny. To keep these spaces cozy warm, the floors are carpeted and the entire inn has central heating. The spacious lobby is a comforta
  • Hospedaje-Cabañas Estefaní
    Hospedaje-Cabañas has a bit of an unusual set-up. This inn's cabins, which have up to three bedrooms with single or double accommodations, are rented out per person. The guests within each cabaña, then, share the cabin's bathroom and fully equipped kitchen. Everything is kept clean. Not a bad opti
  • Hotel Brighton
    Located in a quaint house perched on the hillside of Cerro Concepción, Hotel Brighton has a distinctly British feel. Rooms, which vary in price based on the quality of the view, have a small private bathroom and a very small television. The hotel is prettily decorated and everything—down to th
  • Hotel Gervasoni
    Gervasoni is a stately hotel housed in an impeccably restored 19th-Century Victorian mansion that overlooks the port (all but two rooms have a harbor view). With thick, wooden banisters and stained-glass windows, this hotel has more personality than most luxury hotels, and its location atop Cerro Co
  • Hotel Manoir Atkinson
    The Manoir Atkinson is a small hotel with seven carefully decorated rooms (one is an upstairs suite) in a newly renovated colonial mansion. Rooms with a view cost more, but the view isn't spectacular enough to merit paying extra (try Hotel Brighton's café next door for an excellent harbor view). Th
  • Hotel Bellavista
    Hotel Bellavista is an older hotel with crumbling walls, but the rooms are bright and clean, and the prices are very cheap—especially in the off-season. It's worth the few extra luca, however, for a private bathroom as the shared bathrooms are in a shameful state of disrepair. In the summer, th
  • Residencia Offenbacher-hof
    Family run Bed & Breakfast in the quiet neighborhood of Cerro Castillo. Near the beach and downtown Viña del Mar.
  • Gagliardo House
    A cheerful and inviting B&B, Gagliardo House is run by a man who takes pride in his establishment—and it shows. Rooms are immaculate, each with a private bathroom, a television, and a small refrigerator. The B&B sits on a quiet street atop Cerro Concepción, across from the Lutheran church and
  • Puerto Natura
    The Puerto Natura hotel and spa is for travelers who like luxury without the pomp and circumstance. A night's stay in one of these carefully designed rooms will be enough to convince any visitor how much the hotel's owner and his wife genuinely care about the well being of their guests. The hotel, w
  • Hotel del Patio
    A remodeled 19th-century mansion, the Hotel del Patio is a modern, chic place to spend the night. It has spacious rooms, wood floors, and comfortable beds. The friendly English-speaking staff is available to assist with travel excursions, particularly mountain adventures. The hotel is located within
  • Hotel Castilla
    Although the building, which dates from the 1920s, is well maintained, Hotel Castilla is gloomy inside. The beds are tired and have seen better days. The staff are not quick to help, but warm up with some coaxing. Castilla's biggest draw is its great location at the base of Cerro San Cristobal, near
  • Hotel de Ciudad de Vitoria
    Hidden within a nondescript office building, Ciudad de Vitoria is a quaint boutique hotel that should not be passed up because of its camouflage. This comfortable establishment, complete with frilly curtains and flowered sofas, is warm and welcoming. The hotel has a friendly and accommodating staff,
  • Hotel España
    Those on a budget should quickly make their way to Hotel España. The cleanliness, 24-hour hot water and hospitable staff have made it the leader among backpackers in Rancagua. The rooms surround an interior patio in this antique, colonial-style building.
  • Hotel Chile España
    Hotel Chile España is a popular spot among backpackers due in large part to its close proximity to the vast number of restaurants and bars that clutter nearby Anibal Pinto. The hostel is also a two-minute walk downhill to the beach. Rooms are simple but clean with private bathrooms, and the office
  • Las Terrazas
    The Hotel Las Terrazas is doubtfully a backpacker's first choice, but it is a solid mid-range option that caters more to businessmen and families. It is located on the fifth floor of a modern office building and recently opened a business center across the street.
  • American Motel de Turismo
    The ten-minute walk to the beach from this quiet hotel is quite far for the tiny beach town of Los Vilos. But the private bathrooms, heating, cable TV and WiFi that the American Motel de Turismo provides are what draw many travelers away from a beachfront view. The hotel has comfy, small cabins surr
  • Residencial Millaray
    Residencial Millaray has simple, clean rooms with shared bathrooms and a comfortable patio to relax in with a book. Its location on the plaza is also a plus for those who want to be close to a little action.
  • Kukuli
    Kukuli is a relatively new kid on the block of Baquedano where most of Putre's hostels are, but it is already the most popular resting stop for tour groups. For good reason, it seems. The cozy rooms for one or two persons are tastefully decorated. Each has a private bathroom with 24-hour hot water.
  • Hotel Arica
    Between Playa El Laucho and Playa La Lisera, Hotel Arica is much more than the city's most exclusive hotel. It is also a resort with a spa, two swimming pools (one for adults and one for children), tennis courts and mini-golf. This is a place to have fun in the sun. It isn't all rest and relaxation
  • Chakana Mountain Lodge
    In Aymara, Chakana means Southern Cross, that constellation that holds the guiding star for this hemisphere. Chakana Mountain Lodge is such a star for journeyers to Putre, leading them to a warm welcome, cozy rooms and good food. Located at the outskirts of town, about a 10-minute walk from the plaz
  • Hotel de la Plaza
    Hotel de la Plaza finds its place in one of the salitre-era mansions on the pedestrian mall, Baquedano. Here travelers can taste the luxury of that by-gone era. The lobby is crowned by an octagonal cupola of colored glass, a common feature of these casonas. In a new back addition are several floors
  • Hospedaje Don Santiago
    Hospedaje Don Santiago may just be one of the better deals in Coyhaique. The large hostel is in a quieter part of the city. The rooms are fair sized. Few are for the single traveler; most for duets and trios. The bathrooms are clean. Even though breakfast isn't included in the price of lodging and g
  • Hotel Terrado Suites
    Hotel Terrado Suites is a high-rise hotel on the Cavancha Peninsula. The lobby is laid in tri-color marble. Common areas and a patio with swimming pools line the sea front. Up the tower are executive rooms, which have views over the city. Superior suites have balconies over Playa Cavancha. The Suite
  • Hotel El Paso
    Opened in 1962 for the World Cup of Soccer, Hotel El Paso is a four-star retreat set on three hectares of gardens overflowing with palms, hibiscus and bougainvillea, studded with tennis and volleyball courts and swimming pools. The newer wings of bungalows have suites with larger bathrooms, sitting
  • Hotel Plaza Colón
    A half-block from Eiffel's church is the Hotel Plaza Colón, a pink and blue five-story building with white balconies. This three-star hostel will suit the more discerning tourist or businessman. The 31 rooms, all with a balcony, are well decorated. The sanitized bathrooms have both tub and shower.
  • Jandy Hotel
    The Jandy Hotel is located nicely near the center of town, less than a block from the main square. Rooms have a private bathroom and cable TV, while the hotel also offers internet access, maid service, bike rental and has a coffee shop.
  • Terra Sol
    Terra Sol is not the fanciest choice in town but it is a nice mid-range option for those who want to escape dirt-cheap accommodations. Rooms are comfortable, there is the option for private or shared bathrooms and breakfast is included in the price.
  • Hotel Francisco de Aguirre
    Hotel Francisco de Aguirre, a grandiose structure located across from the Iglesia Santo Domingo and directly off of the Plaza de Armas, is perhaps the most prestigious of La Serena's accommodation options. The historic three-story building houses elegantly decorated rooms, the hotel's upscale restau
  • Hotel Londres
    Located on one of La Serena's bustling central avenues, Hotel Londres is close to many of the city's shops and cafes, to the Plaza de Armas, and to several of La Serena's churches and museums. The hotel's amenities show a clear mind for the business traveler. Rooms—some with private bath and so
  • Hotel Bahía
    On the beach between downtown Arica and Playa Chinchorro, Hotel Bahía has Mediterranean-style architecture set in a palm-shaded estate. All 16 of its rooms have sea views and a balcony or patio, if on the first story. The simply furnished rooms are spacious with common or private bath. Hotel Bahí
  • Hotel Lynch
    In the heard of Arica's commercial center, Hotel Lynch looks rather non-descript from the outside, but inside is like a beach resort. Ocean-themed murals decorate the reception area. Out on the patio there are umbrella shaded tables and inside a broad staircase leads up to the three stories of acc
  • Panamericana Hotel Temuco
    At the foot of Cerro Ñielol rises the buff-pink Panamericana Hotel, formerly known as Hotel Terra Verde. The 74 rooms are well equipped with extras like a sitting area, WiFi, minibar, flat-screen TV with cable, safe deposit box and glistening white bathrooms. Throughout the Panamericana, earth-tone
  • Hospedaje La Sureña
    Hospedaje La Sureña is a small inn run by a just as diminutive widow. But the lady of the house is big on welcoming guests to the clean rooms. Most are shared, though there are only a few singles. She also lets travelers pitch a tent in the yard. Beneath the trees are tables where you can eat or ca
  • Alojamiento O'Higgins
    In a quiet residential area but close to the main attractions, Alojamiento O'Higgins is a clean, tenderly cared for old house with a quiet, comfortable feel. The furnishings are dated, and the beds may sag a bit in the middle, but visitors will appreciate the sea view from the second-floor commons r
  • Hospedaje Las Rosas
    The owners may be lax in their cleaning regimen, and the guests-to-bathroom ratio is not what it could be, but at $6.50 a night, this centrally located hospedaje has a lot going for it: decent-sized, comfortable rooms with cable TV, some of which even have views of the coastline. Guests can also use
  • Hospedaje n/n
    Just a half block up a slight hill from Ancud's downtown market, this hospedaje unfortunately does not live up to its location. This stuffy, overly warm house has one shared bathroom each for men and women- from which you will be a staircase and several turns away if you get a second-floor room. Br
  • Hostal San José
    Clean, homey, and with a view of Ancud from its hilltop location, Hostal San José is a solid budget option. A 10- or 15-minute walk from downtown in one direction, with the bus terminal in the other, San José is convenient for those who want access to both, though noise does travel between the hou
  • Hospedaje 525

    Daniel and Mirta open their home to travelers on a budget. The spacious rooms, with polished wood floors and large windows, have basic furnishings with cable TV and closet. Beds have excellent mattresses and plenty of blankets to keep guests toasty on chilly nights. In the evenin

  • Hostal Lluhay
    With a welcome sign that has “B&B” translated into some 60 languages, Hostal LLuhay is nothing if not ambitious. The 20 well-appointed rooms, ranging from singles to mini-apartments (all with private bathrooms), are comfortable but unspectacular. Where Hostal Lluhay really shines is in its
  • Hostal Costa Azul
    Sunny, spacious and clean, Costa Azul is a solid mid-range option for couples or groups of travelers looking for more than a regular hospedaje. All rooms (none of them singles) have a private bathrooms and cable TVs, and parking is available on-site. The hotel provides breakfast for an extra $3.50,
  • Hostal Quelcun
    Down a narrow corridor from busy San Martín, Quelcun has tranquility and charm—from the tree-lined courtyard to the carefully chosen local artwork gracing the walls. The husband-and-wife owners, Susana and Juan Carlos, will take good care of you, and you may even get to sample some of Susana's
  • Casa Mawenko
    Casa Mawenko is an adorable hostel perfect for young travelers looking for budget accommodation. The owners, who speak English, have put their heart and soul into the multiple rooms, giving it an artsy, eclectic appeal. Casa Mawenko is more like staying at a good friend's house than a hostel. The o
  • Albergue Latino
    Just a five-minute walk from the Plaza de la República is a gaily painted old German manor. This is Albergue Latino, a young backpackers' guest house on the shore road. Nearby are the Conservatory of Music and other arts departments of the university. Two large dorms share gender-designated baths.
  • Yaganhouse

    The Yagan House hostel is located in Puerto Natales's downtown, Chile.

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  • Hostal Don Juan
    Hostal Don Juan is a pleasant surprise in Villarrica. This modern inn has spacious, well-decorated rooms, with shared or private bath. The fully equipped kitchen is ready for guests' use, as is the free internet. Out back are more rooms, log cabañas for two to eight persons and a nice patio
  • Palafito Hostel
    Stylishly minimalist, and suspended over the water by a grid of wooden poles (hence the name), Palafito Hostel attracts a young, alternative crowd, who are attracted to the lack of TVs and prefer to spend the evening grilling on the deck and watching fishermen haul in their catches. You won't be for
  • La Posada del Embrujo
    The owner-operators of this hostel spin a spell upon all travelers: 2may the fire of the volcano, the rain that cleanses, the force of the winds, the shelter of the forest lead you on the path to the warmth of La Posada del Embrujo.” Indeed, this inn enchants. A giant dream catcher hangs above
  • Refugio Península
    At the foot of the peninsula, about two blocks from Pucón's main plaza, is Refugio Península. This Hostelling International member is truly a refuge, with large rooms and clean baths. The shady yard has many places to sit and relax, or share a barbecue with new-found friends. Hammocks hang along t
  • Residencial Cero a Cero
    Residencial Cero a Cero is a clean, warm place to rest. The original part of this rambling inn is an old log house. The rooms are spacious with comfortable beds, TV and a luxury rarely seen in Southern Chile: their own heaters. Both the common and private baths have plenty of hot water. Breakfast is
  • Backpackers Hostel
    Busy and popular is the best way to describe Backpackers Hostel. Located just a block from Cavancha Beach, this is the preferred hotel for travelers of all ages. Like other Hosteling International members, Backpackers is equipped with common areas, a kitchen and a BBQ area. As well, it has some extr
  • Camping Parque La Poza
    Just steps from Playa La Poza is one of the most beautiful campgrounds in the region, Camping Parque La Poza. On a forested expanse are 45 natural sites with picnic tables, parking space and electricity. The family has grills you can borrow, or use the kitchen that is complete with a refrigerator, s
  • Radisson Plaza
    Located in the World Trade Center, this four star hotel is right in the heart of Santiago's business and financial district, but still a stone's throw away from the more relaxed Providencia. The Radisson is more like a small village with on-site restaurants and bar, spa, swimming pool, beauty salon,
  • Holiday Inn Express
    The Holiday Inn Express-Las Condes is a perfect resting place for the weary business traveler. Although the hotel doesn't have much personality, its proximity to the heart of Santiago's business district makes it a smart choice. The large and functional rooms are equipped with a desk, Internet and c
  • Leonardo da Vinci
    If you want to stay in Las Condes, and your hotel budget won't stretch to the five star rivals, you could do worse than the Hotel Leonardo da Vinci. Tucked off the busy Av. Apoquindo, this comfortable hotel offers all the amenities for a lower price. The décor is traditional, but the rooms are larg
  • Residencial Chacabuco
    This is another perfectly acceptable budget option for backpackers. The rooms with shared bathrooms are forgettable and very simple but clean. The staff is friendly and the location is good.
  • Alma Gaucha

    Live the life of a gaucho in this highly recommended hostel. The friendly owner, Natalino Johnny Callahan, recently moved from a countryside ranch and decorated the hostel with heirlooms. The result is a totally unique, authentic experience at a budget price. If you are lucky, Jo

  • Yaganhouse Hostel
    Located in the center of Puerto Natales, Yaganhouse Hostel has been in operation since 2006. They attempt to incorporating ecological systems, with the objective of creating a sustainable environment. All rooms are heated, a well equipped kitchen is available, as is a large patio for barbecues. You
  • Santiago Marriott Hotel
    Considered one of the best hotels in Chile, the Marriott Santiago Chile Hotel offers spacious and upscale accommodations.
  • Hacienda Los Andes
    The Hacienda Los Andes is an Outdoor Lodge in the higher Andes specialised for 1 or more day Horseback Riding Tours. You can stay there to relax, anjoy the nature and get to know the real chilean culture. For me it was anice stay, because I enjoyed the luxus and the workers were so nice.The nature i
  • Intercontinental
    From the moment the concierge, dressed head to toe in black dress jacket and top hat, welcomes you to the Intercontinental Hotel, you know you've entered a classy joint. The luxurious reception area somewhat outshines the traditionally decorated rooms, but they do come equipped with everything you w
  • Kaweskar Hostel
    With shared dorms going for just 3,000 Chilean pesos a night, Kaweskar is one of the best budget options in Puerto Natales, especially with free-use of the community kitchen and 24 hot water. Kaweskar also offers free baggage storage, rental equipment, tourism information, and bus tickets to both To
  • Residencial Ben Bow
    This place is a great option for budget travelers looking for a cheap, no-frills place. It is not the most aesthetic building, but the small rooms are relatively clean. A single bed without a bathroom runs around US$7, while a double with a shared bathroom is $14. A double with a private bathroom is
  • Hotel Marina del Rey
    Hotel Marina del Rey is a four star hotel located in downtown Viña, about five blocks from the beach, casino and restaurants. The décor is traditional but the hotel offers all the comfort and reliability you expect from a Best Western hotel. The hotel has a restaurant and bar and breakfast is in
  • Hostel Amerindia Patagonia
    AMERINDIA, a hostel created in order to offer to our visitors lodging in a home loving, domestic and calm environment. As soon you enter to AMERINDIAN you will perceive the fondness and dedication put in the design, seeking to give you a family environment and not only a place where to s
  • The Singing Lamb Backpackers
    If you're looking for a relaxing base before or after a trek in Torres del Paine, there is no better place to lay your head or fill your stomach than the Singing Lamb. The owner Susan does a spectacular job of making guests feel very at home in her beautifully-kept hostel. Guests rave about her del
  • Hotel Rokamar
    Hotel Rokamar is a budget hotel located in downtown Viña, about four blocks from the beach and the restaurants of Avenida San Martin. The lovely old building dates from the early 1900s. The décor is a bit dated but rooms are clean and come with private bathroom, cable TV and phone. Breakfas
  • Sheraton Miramar
    Built on rocks overlooking Caleta Abarca Beach, the five-star Sheraton Miramar is one of Viña's newest hotels. Everything about this place screams luxury, from the heavy paneled doors to the glass elevators. All 142 rooms have sea views, a sun terrace and all the utilities you would expect. The ou
  • Hostal Aldea del Elqui
    One block from Vicuña's main square, Hostal Aldea del Elquí is a mid-range hotel maintained with lots of care. In small ways the building shows its age, since the hotel is in a large converted colonial house from 1870. The staff's genuine hospitality and attention to detail make a stay here memora
  • Hotel Halley
    A tasteful hotel in a restored colonial home, Hotel Halley is luxurious without being showy. Rooms open onto a sunlit central patio. There is an outdoor dining area, as well as one indoors with a bar. Rooms are pristine and carefully furnished. The outdoor pool is open 'til late in the evening. The
  • Hotel Montecatini I
    The Hotel Montecatini I is about as good as it gets for a mid-range option in South America. There is a courtyard, a pool and a nice garden on the premises, while the superior rooms are very well-kept and spacious with cable TV and private bathrooms.
  • Hotel La Casona
    Hotel La Casona, a well-kept place a few blocks from downtown, is the best mid-range option in Copiapó. The English-speaker owner is quick to make guests feel at home in this old-fashioned former house turned hotel. All rooms have Internet access, private bathrooms, and phones to make local and int
  • Apart Hotel Monteverde
    Located crawling distance from the bars and clubs of Barrio Bellavista, Apart Hotel Monteverde does not look very inviting from the outside (or from the reception area for that matter), but the rooms are actually quite comfortable. The hotel is nice and clean, and long-term stay options are availabl
  • Hotel Diego de Almeida
    This hotel is one of the better options in town for those who do not worry about counting their pennies. It's nicely located on Plaza Prat with a pool, sauna, bar and restaurant. Rooms are spacious and stocked with all the amenities needed.
  • Camping in Parque Nacional Villarrica
    Sector Quetrupillán-Puesco: January 1-February 28 ($14 Chileans, $24 foreigners); March 1-December 31 ($10 Chileans, $16 foreigners).Camping within Parque Nacional Villarrica is principally for those wanting to enjoy the many treks there. In the Chinay area of Sector Quetrupillán, six kilometers (
  • Hotel Foresta
    Don't let the dingy lobby of Hotel Foresta scare you; it is a great budget lodging option in Santiago. The rooms are fairly spacious and clean, while the odd mismatched antique furniture is endearing rather than tacky. The staff is also friendly and very accommodating. On the roof you'll find a rest
  • Hostal del Rey
    Open all year-long, the Hostal del Rey is family-run and conveniently located just a block and a half from the Plaza de Armas. The snug, cheerily decorated rooms are comfortably furnished and come with cable TV and private bathrooms with showers and 24-hour hot water. They have singles, doubles, tri
  • Hostal Calafate
    In the heart of Punta Arenas, just half a block from the Plaza de Armas, Hostal Calafate is right across from the regional museum. Rooms are large and come with cable TV, telephone and heating and either private or shared bathrooms. The hotel is home to a great internet café, open from 8 a.m throu
  • Las Vicunas
    This is an old temporary mining camp remodeled as a hotel. Hot water does not always work, the place is dirty, with spiders and roaches. They receive locals for US$20 but they charge foreigners US$50. Management is very unhelpful.
  • Hostal de Sammy
    Named after the owner's late pet dog, this place is a backpacker's dream. The hostel, set in a huge house in Santiago, has a kitchen that serves breakfast every morning, a dining room, a living room with a TV, DVD player and video game system, a game room with a pool and ping pong table, and a laund
  • Hotel Claris Loa
    Do not come here looking for fancy accommodations. There is not much to the rooms but the prices are perfect if you are on a budget in this town with few cheap choices. A single room is approximately $8, while a double cost $15.
  • Hotel Atenas
    The hotel is conveniently located on the main street, with easy access to restaurants and entertainment. Rooms are not terribly spacious but there are few problems with street noise - often a rarity at hotels this centrally positioned. There are rooms with shared and private bathrooms, and the hotel
  • Hotel Brasil
    The rooms are plain but spacious at Hotel Brasil and have cable TV. The lack of flash keeps the price down to approximately $11-20 per night for a single, depending on whether you want a private or shared bathroom. A double room with a shared bathroom is a reasonable $17. Add a breakfast for $2.
  • Hostería Calama
    Hostería Calama is definitely not for the budget traveler. Come here to find the best place to stay in town, but be prepared to pay for it as well. The hotel has a game room, internet room, pool, gymnasium and transfer service to the airport. Rooms are heated, have desks, refrigerators, private bat
  • Hotel Punakora
    This is a well-run hotel on a quiet street. The Hotel Punakora has 26 rooms with cable TV, private bathrooms and a refrigerator. There is an on-site restaurant to fill up empty stomachs, too.
  • Hotel El Mirador
    El Mirador Hotel occupies an old English colonial-style home built at the end of the 19th century. The hotel has 15 rooms, a lounge with a fireplace and is decorated with a collection of antique photographs from the region. Rooms have WiFi, private bathrooms and room service.
  • Amanecer Austral Hostel
    The inn is located in the District Center, a zone south of the city with an enviable tranquility. There are comfortable single or double rooms suitable for families, and separate bathrooms for men and women.
  • Erratic Rock P.A.
    This family owned hostel is located just 2 blocks from the main square in downtown Punta Arenas. Offering breakfast, wi-fi, kitchen and movie room. Lodging ranges from 8.000clp for a dorm bed, 15.000clp for a private double.
  • Apart Hotel Stella Mar
    Located just 300 meters from the ocean, Stella Mar is a good value for those wanting the beach's proximity without the high prices. Backpackers won't find any dorms here, though. The hotel was built to accommodate groups or families in its various sizes and selection of apartment-suites - each fully
  • Hotel Playa Campanario
    This beautiful, newer hotel is within walking distance of the beach and a good option if you want to enjoy a little privacy while still staying within the city's center. All rooms come with a private terrace, private bath and central heating (which comes in handy during chilly winter nights). Guests
  • Hotel del Cid
    This delightful colonial hotel, conveniently located in the city's center, offers simple yet elegantly decorated rooms. Hotel del Cid can accommodate up to 45 guests in its single, double and triple rooms. Each room comes with cable TV and private bath, and rates include breakfast and tax. There's a
  • Erratic Rock 2
    Created specifically with couples in mind, this newer addition to the already successful Erratic Rock allows romantic trekking partners to get some much needed alone time without spending a fortune on a hotel. Only double rooms are available, and all come with cable TV, in-room telephones, and priv
  • Residencias Real
    Residencias Real is one of the least expensive hostels in Arica. Its rooms are clean, large and amply furnished with nice touches like built-in closet and shelves for stowing luggage, cable TV, reading lamp and lace-clothed covered table. Even though the rooms are decked with two or three beds, th
  • Residencias Don Luis
    Painted on the yellow wall of Residencias Don Luis, a cry catches your attention: $10 per person, private bath, kitchen, living room with DVD and the latest movies. It sounds like a budget traveler's dream, until you enter. A musty smell wafts to your nose as you walk toward the reception. Soon the
  • Hostal Huanta-Jaya
    Cleanliness is the first impression when entering Hostal Huanta-Jaya. Everything is very neat, very trim, like the gleaming tiled corridor that leads up to the reception desk where the friendly staff await. All rooms have sufficient space, good beds and baths with hot water. Huanta-Jaya doesn't off
  • Hostal oro Fueguino
    Oro Fueguino is a colorful, boutique-style hostel located in the historical district of Punta Arenas. Located three blocks uphill from downtown, the hostel overlooks the city and offers great views, especially at night. The hostel offers singles, doubles, and group rooms, all with private bathrooms,
  • El Conventillo
    El Conventillo is perhaps the most centrally located budget hostel in Punta Arenas. The historic building is located just two blocks from the main plaza and near the bus station. It is also close to the city's museums, fine restaurants and business district. Hostess Mirta shows her guests to cozy,
  • Erratic Rock
    In geological terms, an erratic rock is a rock that has been “carried by a glacier far enough from its source to be deposited in a different environment completely.” This definition also aptly describes the owners of this trekker's hostel, two seasoned backpackers (not businessmen), who h
  • Happy House Hostel
    With its sleek modern touches and Victorian buildings, the Happy House Hostel has a more upscale feel than most other backpacker haunts. The hostel offers both private and dorm rooms, some of which have their own bathrooms. Discounts are available for longer stays. There is an entertainment room, li
  • Apart Hotel Santiago Apartments
    Santiago Apartments provide self-catering apartments for one to four people, offering a cheap alternative to a hotel. Apartments are clean and comfortable and have one bedroom, a kitchen, living/dining area and bathroom. All are equipped with WiFi, cable TV, microwave and fridge. There's also laundr
  • Hotel Carlton House
    Hotel Carlton House is a three-star hotel-cum-restaurant right in the center of town. There are single and double rooms available as well as self-catering apartments. All rooms have private bathrooms, security box, telephone and cable TV. Business travelers can also use the conference facilities. T
  • Maea Hostal
    This is another good budget option. The service is friendly and the rooms are clean at Maea Hostal. Single rooms with a shared bathroom cost $CH10,000, while a single with a private bathroom is $CH15,000. A double room cost $CH28,000. Rooms have cable TV, WiFi, and all prices include breakfast.
  • Hotel Terranova
    NOTE: Closed until further notice, due to earthquake damage. Located several blocks from the Plaza de Armas at 1 Sur 1026 between 4 Oriente and 3 Oriente, Hotel Terranova has all the amenities a traveler would need, though it proves a littl
  • Hotel Camino del Rey
    Head toward the Hotel Camino del Rey if style and substance take precedence over a cheap place to rest. Located a few blocks from the Plaza de los Héroes, the hotel presents an appealing colonial facade, well-kept rooms and a restaurant popular among guests.
  • Hotel Aguila Real
    The Hotel Aguila Real serves as a mid-range option for those interested in more than a comfortable bed. The hotel boasts 50 rooms, each with a private bathroom, cable TV, telephone and Internet access. There is also a pool, table tennis area and a conference room.
  • Hotel Turismo
    Hotel Turismo is a favorite of businessmen and other tourists with a comfortable budget. The hotel was recently renovated, has a lounge area with a fire place and spacious rooms with private bathrooms, air conditioning, electronic safes, cable TV, laundry service and an internet room. And hungry gu
  • Residencial Maipu
    Being close to the bus terminal, Residencial Maipu is an ideal spot for those who want a short walk to catch an early ride out of town or a close place to check out after a late arrival. The hotel is nothing spectacular but it does offer a cheap place to rest for the night at $CH6,000 for a room wit
  • Casa Sonia Segui
    This hostel is another popular choice in Chillán among backpackers. Solo travelers might have to share a room when the place is full but it is a great opportunity to make new friends. And there is a fully-equipped kitchen if you're in the mood to whip up some dinner.
  • Vendimia Hotel
    The Vendimia Hotel is perfect for those who want to be close to the action but not entirely in it. It is four blocks from the center of town and three blocks from the Museo de Colchagua. This quiet hotel is clean and well-kept with private bathrooms, Wi-Fi, cable TV, library and a swimming pool.
  • Hotel Santa Cruz Plaza
    NOTE: Closed until further notice, due to earthquake damage. This colonial-style hotel does not cater to the run-of-the-mill backpacker. It features 113 rooms, including 14 suites as well as a presidential suite, overlooking the Plaza de Ar
  • Residencial Rahue
    NOTE: Closed until further notice, due to earthquake damage. Residencial Rahue is another option for backpackers without a lot of cash to spend on a night's rest. This place has comfortable, brightly painted rooms which are well-kept and re
  • Los Robles Spa
    In the heart of Chile's Seven Lakes district is Los Robles Centro Turístico, which has four fully equipped cabañas for two to six guests. This resort also is a natural spa, with two cypress wood hot tubs. To help you relax after days of trekking and climbing volcanoes have a massage by the st
  • Hosteria Playa Tranquila
    On the shore of Lake Lanalhue, this large red wooden building is a great, homey getaway. The hotel's lakeside position and three hectares of land means you step out onto a nice beach surrounded by native flora. For those who want a complete package, the hotel's restaurant and room service make this
  • Hotel Galerias
    Hotel Galerias is a four-star modern hotel located in the financial district of Santiago Centro. You'll recognize it by the fake Easter Island statues at the front door. Despite the slightly tacky entrance, the hotel has plenty to offer, with a restaurant, bar, nightclub, outdoor swimming pool and s
  • Hotel Plaza San Francisco
    Hotel Plaza San Francisco is a luxurious hotel close to Cerro Santa Lucia and Santiago Centro. The hotel has an award-winning haute cuisine restaurant, bar, gym, swimming pool, sauna, spa and business center. Helpful staff can arrange tours and airport transfers. Rooms have recently been refurbished
  • Caesar Business Hotel
    Santiago's version of the Caesar Hotel is a four-star modern tower block close to Cerro Santa Lucia. While it doesn't have too much in the way of personality, the Caesar is modern, clean and comfortable. The hotel has a gym, outdoor swimming pool (only open in summer), restaurant, bar and meeting ro
  • Majestic Hotel
    The Majestic Hotel is part of the Best Western group and offers upper-range accommodation a few minutes from the city center. Rooms have private bathrooms and cable TV and are comfortable but not luxurious. The hotel has a very good Indian restaurant and a small outdoor swimming pool and garden. The
  • Windsor Suites Hotel
    Windsor Suites Hotel is strategically positioned between Providencia and Santiago Centro and is close to all the major tourist attractions. The hotel isn't much to look at from the outside, and rooms are a bit old-fashioned, but they are clean and come with private bathroom, hair dryer, cable TV and
  • Santa Lucia Hotel
    Just one block from the Plaza de Armas, the Santa Lucia is a two-star tourist hotel on the fourth floor of an office building. It is excellent value for money and perfect for budget travelers who can't face staying in a hostel. Continental breakfast is included in the price but is only served until
  • Hacienda Los Lingues
    This estate was originally given as a gift to the first mayor of Santiago in 1599, and the same family has retained the rights to it over the years. The family's taste for a more European flavor is reflected throughout the hacienda, especially in the English Room and the French Room. The Hacienda Lo
  • Hotel Montecarlo Santiago
    Hotel Montecarlo is a budget hotel situated close to Cerro Santa Lucia. Rooms come with private bathrooms, hair dryers, TVs and safety deposit boxes. Continental breakfast is included in the price and the hotel has a restaurant and 24-hour room service. Internet is available but costs extra. The bes
  • Lastarria Tourist Apartments
    Located inside a restored historical building, Lastarria Tourist Apartments provide modern, stylish self-catering apartments for one to six people. They come with fully equipped kitchens, WiFi, safety deposit boxes, irons and ironing boards. There is also a laundry room in the building. It's possibl
  • Suites and Apartments Barrio Lastarria
    Suites and Apartments Barrio Lastarria has 280 self-catering apartments that sleep one to three people. Apartments are small but modern and tastefully decorated. A typical apartment has a living room/kitchen, bedroom and bathroom. They are also equipped with WiFi, LCD flat-screen cable TVs, hairdrye
  • Hotel Panamericano
    Hotel Panamericano is a three-star hotel just a few blocks from La Moneda in downtown Santiago. It has 145 bedrooms equipped with LCD cable TVs, minibars, private bathrooms, security boxes, telephones and hairdryers, as well as free Internet access. There's also a restaurant that serves a $10 daily
  • Hotel Javiera Carrera
    The showers are a bit on the small side, but the rooms are decent sized and simple with clean sheets and a comfortable pillow to catch up on some sleep. Staff is helpful.
  • Hotel Isla Capri
    This is another budget option for backpackers who want to be near the university. Rooms are basic but well-kept with comfortable beds. The staff also serves breakfast before sunrise for travelers in a hurry to get out of town. A single with a shared bathroom is approximately $10, while a single with
  • Hospedaje Valdivia 545
    This blue house has rooms for travelers journeying alone or in groups. Bathrooms are shared. The entire inn has recently been refurbished. Behind the house are several totally equipped cabañas with two bedrooms, two baths and a kitchen. The continental breakfast, which includes bread, ham, cheese a
  • Puerta Natura
    Puerta Natura is a beautiful bed and breakfast located on Cerro Bellavista just down the street from Pablo Neruda's Valparaiso home, La Sebastiana. It is run by a couple originally from Santiago, Patricio and Maria Eugenia, who are more than friendly and accommodating (Patricio speaks some English).
  • Loft La Matriz
    In a renovated building built in 1879, just in front of La Matriz Church (where Valparaiso was born) and walking distance of main attractions and public transport, this loft style hotel has huge, comfortable rooms with private shower, kitchenette, WiFi Internet and a washing machine.
  • Hotel Tokyo
    Hotel Tokyo is an elegant townhouse with a touch of Tokyo. Rooms have a delicate floral décor, and there is a a pleasant garden and ample covered parking. A great choice for couples on a budget, this hotel is also well located for public transport, near metro station Los Heroes.
  • Apart Hotel La Fayette
    Right in the center of Providencia, Apart Hotel La Fayette is a great option if you prefer self-catering or just want to avoid backpackers. Each modern apartment is 30 square meters (98 square feet) and can sleep up to four people. The apartments have a bedroom, kitchen-living area (including cable
  • Chilestay Apartments
    Chilestay Apartments has one- and two-bedroom self-catering apartments available for longer stays. The modern apartments are a great option for families or those who are just tired of hotels. They are fully furnished and come with TV, WiFi and a portable phone. The apartments are located on a quiet
  • Casa del Sol
    Casa del Sol is a beautiful guesthouse located 1.5 blocks from Caleta Abarca beach. With high ceilings, wooden floors, period features and pretty rooms, this place is an oasis of calm. The garden features a barbeque area and two sun terraces. All rooms come with private bathroom and are decorated i
  • Terrace Lodge
    "The Height of Comfort”… in the Chilean Altiplano. Dedicated to travelers' comfort, the European-managed Terrace Lodge & Café offers the ideal environment to rest, recharge and get acclimated to the altitude at 3.500 meters (11,500 feet). We pamper our guests with attentive serv
  • Camping in Valdivia
    Valdivia has only three campgrounds. The two that are open year-round are both located on Isla Teja. Fundo Teja Norte is a small, eight site campground, located near Parque Saval. It has basic facilities and rents horses (Los Lingues s/n, Tel.: 29-3616; $20 for four persons). Camping Isla Teja offer
  • Hospedaje La Higuera
    Señora Gabriela Palma Herrera warmly welcomes travelers to her Hospedaje La Higuera, located one block uphill from downtown Pichilemu. This budget hostel offers 12 private rooms with shared, hot water baths. Some of the accommodations are along the main house's porch. On the other side of the c
  • Cabañas Aguas Blancas
    Cabañas Aguas Blancas is a small affair: only two cabins for up to five persons set at the base of a hill near the outskirts if town. Each has a master bedroom on the first floor and another bedroom in the loft. Have your breakfast on the front porch while watching the sunrise. In cool evenings, cu
  • Hotel Don Lucho
    Hotel Don Lucho's building dates back to the early 1900's and, as one would assume, gives off a vibe from a simpler time. Rooms are clean and well kept, and breakfast is included in the price, making the place a great option.
  • Hotel Océano
    Be sure to book ahead for a stay at the popular Hotel Océano. It is a favorite among backpackers for its good value and bright rooms, which are always clean. There is an option for shared or private bathrooms.
  • Hotel Marina Villa del Río
    Hotel Marina Villa del Río is a top-of-the-line lodging option in Valdivia. On the far bank of the Río Calle-Calle in the Los Ánimos section of the city, Villa del Río's rooms have beautiful views of the Avenida Costanera and boats treading the river's waters. As its name implies, this is also
  • Hotel Cordillera
    This family-run establishment is located near the busy city center at the southeast corner of the Plaza de Armas. Hotel Cordillera's rooms are well-kept and have cable TV, telephone and private bathrooms with hot water.
  • Hotel Mariscal Alcázar
    Located just off the plaza, the high-end Hotel Mariscal Alcázar features 60 rooms with air conditioning, cable TV, telephone, WiFi and room service. There are singles, doubles and suites that range in price from approximately $75-140, and the higher up rooms have views of the plaza. There is a res
  • Hotel Alonso de Ercilla
    Hotel Alonso de Ercilla is a good mid-range option for travelers who want to be within several blocks of the plaza, theaters and cultural centers. The hotel has impressive wood furnishings, a helpful staff and serves a decent breakfast each morning - which is included. Rooms have cable TV, internati
  • Residencial Metro
    The rooms are clean, simple and cheap at the Residencial Metro so it is no surprise it attracts many backpackers during their stay in Concepción. There is a good-sized breakfast in the price, and the hotel is conveniently located near the plaza and Mercado Central.
  • Hotel San Sebastián
    Budget accommodation is not widely available in Concepción, but Hotel San Sebastián offers the wallet some relief in a city full of swanky hotel rooms. This family-run establishment is clean and centrally located.
  • Holiday Inn Express
    The amenities found in any typical Holiday Inn in Kansas or Ohio are replicated at the hotel chain's version in Concepción. It has a pool, Jacuzzi, exercise gym and parking. Rooms are equipped with cable TV, coffee makers, towels and are very clean.
  • Hotel Club Presidente Concepción
    There is a lot to like about Hotel Club Presidente Concepción. It is located in a nice part of town close to the city center, surrounded by a wealth of good restaurants and several bars where guests can have a drink or two and make a few bad decisions. The hotel's 36 rooms each have cable TV, air c
  • Hostelling Internacional Kona Tau
    Exactly what you'd expect from an HI hostel, with bright, airy rooms, large chillout space and welcoming atmosphere. All rooms have a private bathroom and open onto a terrace where you can enjoy great views of Rano Aroi and the centre of the island. The non-central location can feel isolated, but th
  • Holiday Inn Express
    The Holiday Inn Express is a decent mid-range option for those who do not want any surprises. The United States hotel chain is more for the businessman than the backpacker but it has all the amenities anyone would need - besides, sometimes every traveler needs to hop in a Jacuzzi.
  • El Patio Suizo
    El Patio Suizo is a cozy B&B run by a Swiss family. There are single, double and triple rooms available with shared or private bathrooms. Rooms are comfortable and very clean. There's also a garden with hammocks and a BBQ area. This place attracts a more mature crowd—think late twenties and up
  • Hostal Casa Grande
    On a street just off Plaza Italia, Hostal Casa Grande is in the heart of Santiago and is a short distance from all the tourist attractions. The hostel is a spacious period house with wooden floors, high ceilings and bright bedrooms. There's also a communal kitchen, living room and garden. With 16 be
  • Atacama Hostel
    With its central location (one block from Metro Manuel Montt) and laid-back atmosphere, Atacama Hostel is a great choice if you want to enjoy Providencia's nightlife and meet other travelers. From the welcome beer handed to you on arrival to the regular BBQ nights, the friendly staff goes out of the
  • Hostal Don Alfredo
    Hostal Don Alfredo is never going to be your first choice—it's too far away from the metro and Providencia's nightlife. However, if you find yourself stuck with nowhere to stay it really isn't a bad third or fourth option. More of a budget hotel than a hostel, Don Alfredo provides single, doubl
  • Casa Condell
    With only seven rooms, Casa Condell really is a home away from home. The guesthouse is set in a period house on a quiet residential street in Providencia but is still within walking distance of the center of Providencia, Bella Vista and downtown Santiago. Rooms are simple but elegant and have wooden
  • Footsteps Backpackers
    The best thing about Footsteps hostel is its location. Just a few minutes from Metro Baquedano, it's within walking distance of Bellavista, Parque Metropolitano, Museo de Bellas Artes, Lastarria and Cerro Santa Lucia. With all these attractions on your doorstep it's unlikely you'll spend much time i
  • Eco Hostel
    This hostel prides itself on being eco-friendly, primarily because of its recycling system. The hostel offers both private and communal rooms, as well as luggage storage, Internet use and a laundry service, along with reliable hot water. Helpful English-, German- and Spanish-speaking staff offer tou
  • La Casa Roja
    This hostel is an old, big,red building that is probably one of the largest in Santiago. If you're looking for a place with a pool and bar, it's perfect. They even have a cricket pitch. Dorms are white with some colorful wood work and old but elegant wood furnishings. Communal areas are welcoming, t
  • Hostal Rio Amazonas
    This typical single-story Chilean building's streetfront doesn't give an overpowering impression, but features a seemingly endless and widening hallway. The hallway leads to a light and airy café and a bar that stays open until midnight. Dorm or double rooms are available, which are lightly furni
  • Happy House Hostal
    Any guests visiting with large luggage should be aware of an awkward-to-negotiate and beautiful door that opens to a wide and ornate wooden staircase. Once you reach the top of the stairs, it opens into a space where there probably won't be a receptionist. Reception may be closed during lunchtime, s
  • NewenKara Hostel
    NewenKara Hostel is located on a quiet street in the heart of residential Providencia, just a five-minute walk from Metro Manuel Montt and the bars and restaurants of Avenida Providencia. Set in a 20th-century house with whitewashed walls and wooden floors, the hostel is bright and airy. NewenKara i
  • Uma Jaqi
    Backpakers hostel, Surf & Bodyboard School, Rentals, Paragliding...

    Single and sharing rooms, internet wi fi, kitchen, cable Tv, Located a few steps from the beach.

  • Hotel Tierra del Fuego
    This luxurious, yet moderately-priced hotel sits on a main corner of downtown Punta Arenas. The hotel runs a cool after-work pub, which is directly on the corner of main street and makes for great people-watching. Ideal for business travelers or families, these modern and classically-styled rooms a
  • Hospedaje Magallanes
    Hospedaje Magallanes is located downtown Punta Arenas and is run by a Chilean-German tour operator Aonikenk. They can book tours from their complete in-house travel agency. This guest house offers 4 double rooms that share 2 bathrooms. In addition to the 10 meter climbing wall in the back yard, you
  • Hotel Cabo de Hornos
    Located on the main square, this is Punta Arenas' first hotel. Completely remodeled in 2006, its minimalist design in stone and indigenous theme give it a stark, noble feel. Rooms either have excellent views over the Strait of Magellan or the central plaza. It's a very professionally run, efficient
  • Hotel Plaza
    Set on the corner of the Plaza de Armas, in a suitably grand-looking building, the Hotel Plaza has a pleasant ambiance and comfortable feel. The hotel has 17 warm, carpeted rooms that are decorated in a traditional style and have private bathroom, TV, heating and telephones. The hotel offers interne
  • Hotel José Nogueira
    The façade of Hotel José Nogueira is like a quiet whisper to passersby on Bories. This hotel, in the luxurious Palacio Sara Braun on Punta Arena's main plaza, has 17 rooms and five suites. Each accommodation has its distinct personality, richly decorated with a tasteful understatement. Hotel J
  • Aquaterra
    It may not be the fanciest hotel in town, but it is perhaps the friendliest. Aquaterra is run by three transplanted santiaguinos who fell in love with the cold, windy town of Puerto Natales. It's apparent that much care has gone into the operation of this rustic yet cozy hotel. Rooms are on t
  • Patagonia Hostel
    This is the right place to discover the famous Carretera Austral. Patagonia Hostel is a small, cosy German-run Hostel. We offer double and dorm rooms with clean bathrooms. Accommodation includes our well- known all-you-can-eat breakfast with home made bread, free Internet access (also WLAN) and la
  • The Lady Florence Dixie
    Located in the heart of Puerto Natales, the Lady Florence Dixie offers a charming, old fashioned atmosphere with plenty of modern conveniences. The house was remodeled to keep the old fashioned charm, while offering central heating, telephone, cable T.V. and fully equipped bathrooms. You might want
  • Hotel CostAustralis
    Hotel CostAustralis offers all the luxury you would expect from classic-style hotels of these prices. Clean, friendly, professional services, restaurant, bar and all types of rooms, from singles to family rooms. Set on the waterfront, the views are always amazing in Patagonia. Rooms can cost up to 5
  • Weskar Lodge
    With a stunning view of the waterfront, Weskar Lodge is a great mid-range hotel for travelers searching for chic, yet rustic surroundings. As it is located a few minutes down the coastline from downtown Puerto Natales, this lodge gives you the feeling of truly being out in the wild, but still having
  • Hotel Indigo
    'Style and design' is what Hotel Indigo is all about. If you are looking for an experience and not just a place to sleep, Indigo won't leave you disappointed. This luxurious and spacious hotel offers the pampering that can not normally be found in the rustic landscape of Patagonia: a roof-top spa, s
  • Hostel Plaza de Armas
    Centrally located in the historic Plaza de Armas, as the name indicates, this hostel occupies the sixth floor and has great views of the activity below. The design of the common areas is very posh with wood floors, high ceilings and glass balcony doors. There are dorms and private rooms; all include
  • Che Lagarto Santiago
    Che Lagarto Santiago is one of a chain of hostels located throughout South America. If you want cheap, no-frills accommodation and a chance to meet with other like-minded backpackers, this will be right up your alley. Most beds are in small, shared dorms with shared bathrooms, but there is free Inte
  • Hostal Sonchek
    This character-laced hostal has adobe walls and a thatch roofs. There is a small courtyard but guests enter through the kitchen. It is a good budget option for backpackers in need of a cheap bed - expect to pay approximately $11 for a single with a shared bathroom.
  • Hostal Monypan
    The low cost at Monypan draws mostly students and an early-20s crowd. Maybe the best part of the hostel is the smell of fresh-baked break that sometimes wafts through the air from the nearby bakery. The hostel has double, triple and quadruple rooms with shared bathrooms, hot water and there is a sha
  • Hostal Vista Hermosa
    Hostal Vista Hermosa is located in a lovely old house at the bottom of Cerro Castillo. Climb to the top of the hill for views of the coast. During the school term, the hostel is home to several students. Nevertheless, it is a quiet and relaxing hostel that provides only private rooms. Rooms are a b
  • Che Lagarto
    Che Lagarto is one of the cheapest hostels in Viña del Mar. With 70 beds, it is also one of the best places to go if you want to meet up with other travelers. The hostel is located in a beautiful old house with high ceilings and wooden floors. There is a large garden that is perfect for sunbathing
  • Hostal Mamatierra
    Hostal Mamatierra is a quaint and relatively quiet place to relax between desert adventures. The owner is usually there to welcome you, and she is very helpful at pointing guests in the direction of the best restaurants in town. The inn has 10 rooms - four with a private bathroom. There is 24-hour h
  • Hostal Sunny Days
    Owned by a New Zealand and Chilean couple, Hostal Sunny Days is the perfect stop for travelers on their way through Chile, or preparing to continue to Bolivia or Peru. The hostel is just five minutes walk from the beach, and also close to transportation in Arica. Included in the price are co
  • Hotel Katarpe
    This is a nicer option for travelers who want to avoid being crammed in a dorm-style room with a pair techno-loving guys from the Netherlands who snore all night. Katarpe is very clean and a great pick for singles.
  • Hostal Inti and Killa
    Hostal Inti and Killa is a typical house that was restored and furnished to cater to a traveler's need. Rooms are clean, spacious and decorated with warm colors that give off a welcoming vibe - the 24-hour hot water in all private bathrooms is nice, too. There is no television here because the hoste
  • Parinacota Trek
    A simple, peaceful place where travelers can spend some days in the Precordillera before going up to the higher elevations. We have rooms with private and shared bathroom, hot water, good quality beds with mattress heating pads. We offer an excellent breakfast, with a real italian coffee
  • Hotel Florida
    There are no singles available here so do not come here solo unless you are in the mood to share a room. It is a nice spot to meet other backpackers, though, since the hostel tends to draw a younger crowd. There are 12 rooms with shared bathrooms that can fit up to four people at a price of approxim
  • Hostal Reloj de Flores
    Hostal Reloj de Flores is a comfortable hostel, located five minutes from Caleta Abarca beach. There is a big communal kitchen and living room with free internet and stereo. The bedrooms are cozy and have cable TV. If you are lucky, you might get a room with a terrace and sea views. During the yea
  • Angel Hostal
    We are located just 3 blocks from Cinzano Restaurant, a Valparaiso landmark for over 100 years, in the heart of Downtown Valparaiso. There are many Restaurants and bars within walking distance, as well as Historic Alegre and Concepcion Hills right behind us. We provide our guests with a complet
  • Hostal Americano
    More of a B&B than a hostel, Hostal Americano offers single, double, triple and quadruple rooms and is a favorite among travelers in their mid-20s to 30s. It's one metro stop from the Plaza de Armas and for a few dollars you can get a taxi to the bars and restaurants of Barrio Brasil. Breakfast and
  • Hostal Santa Lucia
    Hostal Santa Lucia is right in the heart of the city, just a stone's throw away from Cerro Santa Lucia and also within easy reach of Barrios Brazil, Lastarria and Santiago Centro. This cozy hostel caters to all backpackers' needs and has a living room and terrace with spectacular views. Staff is rea
  • El Moai Viajero
    Set inside a pretty colonial house, El Moai Viajero is just minutes away from historical downtown and the bars and restaurants of Barrio Brasil. With its chilled-out atmosphere, El Moai Viajero is a welcoming home away from home for a few days. The hostel has private rooms and shared dorms that slee
  • Andes Hostel
    Andes Hostel is trying really hard to be the coolest hostel in Santiagoâ??and doing a pretty good job of it. The hostel is modern and funky and has a living room, terrace, bar, pool table, pinball machine and free Internet. The atmosphere is friendly and travelers are encouraged to join in with the
  • Hostal Pehuenche
    Hostal Pehuenche is one of the more affordable places to sleep for those on a budget. Service is friendly and the staff speaks some English. The owner offers well-kept single rooms with a shared bathroom for $CH8,000 or you can book a single with a private bathroom for $CH12,000. Double rooms cost C
  • Hostal Viñals
    This hostel is clean, though dark and offers double rooms, including breakfast, with shared bathrooms for $CH17,000. It really should be used only as a second option after Hostal Pehuenche, as both share the same building.
  • Residencia en El Cerro
    Two lovely old houses located in a historical neighborhood of the Cerro Concepción, aptly named "Residencia en el Cerro", offer single rooms, double rooms and dormitories. There is a fully equipped kitchen for guest use, free Internet and a laundry and locker service.
  • Hostal La Ruca
    Hostal La Ruca is relatively new to the budget accommodation scene in San Pedro de Atacama. It caters to backpackers in need of a cheap, good night of rest. The beds are clean, the pillows are comfortable, the showers have hot water and the bar in the courtyard helps attract a lively group to the pl
  • Hostal North House
    Close to the beach, Hostal North House is in a near-century-old house that is well-kept. Natural wood gleams throughout this inn that proffers spacious rooms for solo travelers, couples and those journeying as a group. All accommodations come with private bath and cable TV. Prices include continenta
  • Hostal Canadá
    Hostal Canadá is probably the best budget option in Chillán. For approximately $9 per person, guests enjoy clean rooms, a comfortable bed and showers with hot water. The rooftop terrace is an excellent place to meet other travelers, as well.
  • Uma Jaqi Surf Hostel
    We offer accommodation in the Uma Jaqi Surf Hostel, a hostel with a young atmosphere. Through the optimal location just one block from the beach, five minutes from the main beach of Iquique "Cavancha", 5 minutes from downtown and the most important thing, close to the best waves of Iquique, Uma
  • Hotel Restaurant Mercurio
    The Mercurio has rather dark rooms decorated in an old-fashioned style, but if you can see past that, it may be the place for you. What it lacks in style, it makes up for with friendly helpful staff and it prides itself on great service. The rooms have cable TV, private bathroom, hot water and centr
  • Lodge Cerro Guido
    Lodge Cerro Guido is located 40km outside the Laguna Amarga entrance of Torres del Paine National Park. The lodge has a long and interesting history in Patagonia and the lodge acts more as a time machine than a hotel. Offering a varied menu and bar, they can also arrange excursions to Torres del Pai
  • Hotel Esmeralda
    Conveniently located a half block from Castro's bustling plaza, Hotel Esmeralda is what you would expect from a business-oriented hotel: a sterile atmosphere and lots of convenient amenities. The building's loud pink exterior notwithstanding, the four-story Hotel Esmeralda is a sober, notably quiet
  • Hopedaje San Diego
    A mere two blocks from the bus terminal is a simple white house surrounded by a gated fence. You would only take it as someone's home until you see the sign in the window: Hospedaje San Diego. The elderly couple who owns the place, Juana and Héctor, open the door of their abode to travelers. The ro
  • Hosteria Rio Grande
    Been searching the Internet for a charming adventure lodge close to the Andes ? Hosteria Río Grande is your answer. Every kind of visitor will love this wooden accommodation inspired in Chile's traditional houses. This lovely accommodation in Futaleufu, Chile is surrounded by the beautiful Andes mo
  • Hotel El Barranco
    Even though Hotel El Barranco is touted as a fishing lodge, it offers something for all discerning visitors to Futaleufú. This inn, completely made of native woods, looks rustic but is first class. The nine rooms - all equipped with two double beds and a trundle bed - are designed with simple elega
  • Hostería de Castro
    Don't be fooled by the worn, oddly triangular building—Hostería de Castro packs some serious luxury inside. With a heated swimming pool, spa, and optional stone massages, this is the place to spend some cash and forget about your worries. The hotel actually has two sections—the older main
  • Hotel O´Grimm
    Hotel O'Grimm is a business traveler and tourist hotel in the center of Puerto Montt. In this stately, four-story inn an elevator shuttles guests to nicely decorated rooms with a host of amenities like mini-bar (extra charge or items consumed), in-room safe box and cable TV. Some accommodations hav
  • Parque Natural Dos Rios
    Log Cabins and B&B in private nature reserve on shores of Tolten River with lots of nature related activities. Horsebackriding and lessons in natural horsemanship. Activities of the region and individualized tours to the volcanoes national parks and wildlife. Famous homemade bread and meals and warm
  • Hoteles Club Presidente
    Hoteles Club Presidente is the place to stay in Puerto Montt for those travelers wanting all the comforts of home. The well-decorated rooms have uncommon touches, like a separate powder room with hair dryer, in-room security box and internet. Additionally, each accommodation is outfitted with either
  • Hostal Pacífico
    Two blocks from the bus station, straight up Avenida Salvador Allende, is Hostal Pacífico on the corner of Calle J. J. Mira. This prim, modern hotel is clean throughout. Rooms vary in size and some have no windows, so see several before checking in. All come with private, hot-water baths, WiFi, hea
  • Hotel Gamboa
    An old mansion is the setting for Hotel Gamboa. Upon walking in, you are immersed in the abode's age. The Victorian clutter in the small lobby is punctuated by lace curtains, throws on the chairs and doilies. Fine wool carpeting and wallpaper frame the setting. Gamboa has that musty smell old houses
  • Hotel Continental / Hospedaje Nuevo Estilo
    Under new administration, Hospedaje Nuevo Estilo is still called by its old name Hotel Continental by many in Futaleufú. This venerable old-timer has been serving travelers for decade with simple, budget-priced rooms, all sharing common baths. The singles are quite all right, but multi-bed accommod
  • Cabañas Kooch
    Off the road down to Piedra del Indio is Cabañas Kooch, a small operation, with only two cabañas. Each of the stone and wood cabins has a kitchen, woodstove and cable TV. After dinner in the evening, you can watch the sunsets over the Río Simpson valley. The accommodation is open only from Novemb
  • Casa Adobe
    Casa Adobe is a small and cozy hotel built from adobe and other local materials. It has 14 rooms with private bathroom and 24-hour hot-water showers. There are outside terraces with tables to talk to other guests or just to sit and read a book in the fresh air.
  • Hotel Don Raúl
    Come here for a pleasant mid-range option. Don Raúl Hotel has 33 well-kept rooms with private bathrooms and comfortable beds. There is satellite TV, a cafeteria and internet in the hotel, as well. The staff is glad to arrange tours and quick with tourist information. There are cabins that room four
  • Hotel Antofagasta
    There is no debate about where to find the best hotel in Antofagasta. Nestled near the port with a fantastic view of the bay is Hotel Antofagasta. This chain hotel has a top-shelf bar complete with a piano, and there is a pool on the grounds too. The rooms, some with ocean views, are completely furn
  • Radisson Hotel Antofagasta
    The Radisson, located on the main coastal avenue, is a typical chain hotel that caters to businessmen. There is a pool, gymnasium and business center in the hotel, while the rooms - with private bathroom of course - are fully furnished with WiFi, telephone, coffee maker, cable TV and a mini bar.
  • Residencial El Turista
    Residencial El Turista is one of the nicer inexpensive hotels in the market area. The multi-level hotel is like a giant labyrinth, with both travelers and long-term guests. At times it can be a bit noisy, though, with Latin Americans on shopping expeditions to the Zofri. The staff is friendly and ac
  • Camping Mihinoa
    Mihinoa is an excellent budget option, offering both a camp site and rooms just south of town, and is the prime location for sunset lovers. The “no shoes inside” rule means the spacious rooms are always spotless. Facilities are basic and hot water only comes on at either end of the day, b
  • Hostal Totem
    Hostal Totem is an international traveler's choice in the heart of Valdivia. It is located five blocks from the bus terminal and two from the Río Calle-Calle malecón. The señora of this hotel warmly welcomes her guests and willingly discusses the historic photographs of Valdivia that hang through
  • Hospedaje Lautaro
    Hospedaje Lautaro is a barebones hostel just two blocks up from Coyhaique's main bus terminal. The main house has rooms on two floors, a kitchen, and a couple of shared baths. Out in the orchard-shaded garden, tents have sprung up like multi-colored mushrooms beneath the cherry and plum trees. Along
  • Hotelera San Rafael
    The flag-topped wall of Hotelera San Rafael surrounds several cabañas, each with a flower and herb garden-edged lawn. These cabins have a kitchenette area with stove and refrigerator. A newer building has the more expensive and larger private rooms, more lik
  • Takha Takha
    Takha Takha is a quaint place with nice beds. It also offers fine camping with hot water showers and kitchen supplies. There is a nice patio area and it is a fine place to relax after a long day of mountain biking to Valle de la Luna.
  • Torre Suiza
    Housed in a creaky German-style wood house, Torre Suiza provides an excellent base for excursions around the Chilean Lake District. The Swiss owners cycled around the world before settling in Villaricca and make every effort to provide the comfort and service an independent traveller might need. Bre
  • Backpackers Hostel
    As well as running a well-respected tour agency, Backpackers also has a popular hostel. It's a comfortable space with the feel of an outdoors lodge. Most rooms have sturdy bunks (which, in the high season are filled as dorms), though a few have double beds. The accommodations in the main house share
  • Villa Tiki
    All six rooms (double and triple) are enormous, with huge windows through which light floods in. If you want to be fussy, some rooms are slightly better than others, so ask for one overlooking the garden. The breakfast, including freshly squeezed fruit juice, will have you delaying your sightseeing
  • Residencial Petero Atamu
    At the end of a dirt road, the location isn't the prettiest, but Petero Atamu provides decent budget accommodation. Of the six rooms, four have private baths, while all are spacious and cheery, even the eight-bed dorms. Groups should also consider one of the two self-contained chalets, which includ
  • Hotel Manutara
    Hotel Manutara has a friendly, welcoming staff ready to assist you with all your travel needs. The grounds are beautiful with pleasant gardens and tons of flowers, and the rooms are relatively large and very clean. For those looking to relax there are swimming pools, a massage parlor and a coffee sh
  • Hotel Iorana
    One of the most luxurious accommodation options on the island, this hotel has the feel of a resort, with tennis courts, swimming pools and beautiful views. The food alone is worth the high price. The breakfast spread includes fresh fruit, juice, eggs, cheese, cereals, toast and pastries. Rooms are c
  • Hotel Orongo
    Quite simply the best mid-range accommodation on the island. All eight rooms, single and double, are large with nice wood furniture. Private bathrooms are modern, while the central garden, although a little on the wild side, helps further the illusion that you've made it to the middle of nowhere. Th
  • Residencial Chez Erika
    Although not in the same league as the other mid-range hotels, Chez Erika is still a good bright and breezy option. Colourful walls are the theme, although that might be a ploy to hide the fact that some rooms are a little past their sell-by date. To be safe, ask to see several rooms before choosing
  • Hostería Mirador Del Payne
    Mirador del Payne is located by the shore of the Laguna Verde, just outside the National Park. This hostería is part of Estancia El Lazo, a livestock center that dates from the later years of the last century, which allows visitors to experience Chilean ranch life in style. With large, comfortable
  • Hostería Las Torres
    With the three towers as a backdrop, Hostería Las Torres is the most popular hostería in the National Park. What started as a original estancia (Patagonian sheep ranch), the hostería has a very authentic style and design. With luxurious rooms, a world class restaurant, spa, informati
  • Hostería Lago Grey
    Located at the Southern end of Lago Grey, the hostería offers 30 rooms, in addition to arestaurant, bar, and views of Glacier Grey and the icebergs grounding themselves on the beach below. Navigation tours of Lago Grey depart from the hostería daily.
  • Hostería Pehoé
    Located on the mirror lakes inside Torres del Paine National Park, Hostería Pehoé is a great mid-range luxury hotel for folks trying to upgrade from the refugios (trail huts) while still staying within view of the parks famous granite peeks. Running roughly $200 usd for a
  • Explora: Hotel Salto Chico
    Located inside the national park, Hotel Explora is a luxury resort know not only for its architecture, food and views of Torres del Paine, but also its rich and famous clientele. A stay at one of Explora's 30 rooms includes trekking tours and transportation into Torres del Paine National Park.
  • Residencial Ana Rapu
    This residencial offers rooms, cabins or campsites. Compared to most places on the island, the prices here are pretty low. The rooms are nothing special, but you get what you pay for. The residencial also offers car, motorcycle or bike rentals, Internet, laundry services, horseback riding and boat t
  • Paradise Pucón Hostel and Adventure
    A 15-minute walk from the center of town, Paradise Pucón International Hostel is a two-floor lodge surrounded by lush gardens. Rooms are available as doubles or triples (both with private bath) or dorm beds with shared bath. Amenities include a large living room, a TV and game room, free Internet,
  • Hostal Akapu
    Right by the sea and in close proximity to a number of local monuments, Hostal Akapu offers individual rooms or entire bungalows with private bathrooms and hot water. The bungalows are definitely the better option, with great ocean views and open terraces. Neither the bungalows nor the individual ro
  • Hostal Sotomayor
    A veritable maze of narrow hallways, Hostal Sotomayor loses points not only for the small size of the rooms, but also for its hyperactive heating system, matched by the penetrating odor of cleaning supplies, and, in other places, smoke. The staff will not earn any tips for congeniality either. Rooms
  • Residencial Bilbao
    This plain-lined, bright pink hostel is the choice of some tourists who decide to spend the night in Osorno. Residencial Bilbao isn't a budget inn, although most establishments that bear this title are. All the rooms are carpeted and have private bath, telephone, cable TV and heating. This hotel is
  • Don Tito
    Don Tito and his wife have a pleasant, quiet hostel just two blocks up Avenida Salvador Allende from the bus station. The multi-bed rooms are large, the ones for sole travelers a bit small. A few of the first-floor accommodations are windowless. Take a look before choosing. Those rooms with private
  • Hostal El Chilote
    Nestled on a quiet side street, yet only a block from the plaza, El Chilote offers economically priced rooms in a comfortable, private house. The building is carpeted, which is atypical at this end of the budget spectrum; some rooms have a musty, even smoky, smell. Check your room before making a co
  • Residencial Río Calle-Calle
    Residencia Río Calle-Calle may be a bit expensive for the true budget traveler, but it is well worth the money. This large inn, located just two blocks from Valdivia's bus terminal, offers rooms, with either common or private bath. Each accommodation is perfectly color coordinated. Rooms have nice
  • Residencial Miru
    Located 5 minutes from the town center, the quiet Residencial Miru offers simple, tidy single and double rooms, all with comfy beds and private bathroom. There is a common room as well as a kitchen for guest use. The owner, Sandra will helpfully point you to all the services that you may need in tow
  • El Avellano Lodge
    El Avellano is a small and comfortable lodge located in Chilean Patagonia. We offer various tourist services, Rural Tourism, Adventure travel, Ecotourism and fly fishing.
  • Ayacara Charming Hotel
    Originally built in the 1900s, this recently renovated boutique hotel has eight comfortable, individually decorated rooms. The cozy wooden and pastel-colored interior is infused with antique charm and affords some rather spectactular volcano views, while a friendly staff adds to the hotel's overall
  • Hotel Melillanca
    Hotel Melillanca is a stylish, modern hotel centrally located in Valdivia. Across from one of the city's several pocket parks, this luxury hostel is midway between the bus station and downtown's Plaza de la República. Hotel Malillanca's accommodations are tastefully furnished, sporting picture wind
  • Residencial El Taiquino
    Four blocks from the bus terminal is Residencial Taiquino. This simple, well-worn hostel is popular with travelers of all nationalities looking for an inexpensive place to stay in Puerto Montt. El Taiquino offers no-frills private rooms with one bed each. They share the common baths. The inn is acce