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Hospedaje de Maria Reviews

Chorrillos 771, Puerto Natales, Chile

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100 Total Reviews
  • 87%Value For Money
  • 91%Security
  • 84%Location
  • 84%Staff
  • 73%Atmosphere
  • 93%Cleanliness
  • 78%Facilities

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Maria and her daughter make an extra effort to make sure.that guests are comfortable.


Great location between town and a 5-10 minute walk from the bus station. Very comfy beds, good water temp and pressure, and good simple breakfast. If you're looking for a good comfy, relaxing place to stay where you can enjoy peace and quiet, it's perfect!


We had a private room with a shared bath. The hostel was small, very quiet, and family owned (mother, father, and daughter). The family was very welcoming, but kept to themselves in the kitchen mostly. They were available whenever we needed them, but gave us our privacy and space (I believe they live in a separate joining house). The family was very nice and accommodating. No one in the family speaks English, but we were able to get by on the little Spanish we know. Light breakfast.


Maria is super nice. We made a booking on 30 Nov but couldn´t make it because the bus was delayed. We stayed in Maria´s place on 5 Dec and she didn´t charge us for 30 Nov even though we did not cancel in advance. Very clean bathrooms. Warm room. Excellent wifi and good breakfast. Feels like a home. Thank you Maria!


Well run & friendly B&B; good location between bus station and town centre


clean and warm room, hot shower, good breakfast, but we cannot talk about atmosphere


You live with a Chilean family. A mother (Marie) her husband & daughter. It's not a "party" environment. You get the opportunity to interact with local people, hear their history, stories of Puerto Natales & share in their everyday lives. You do need to speak some Spanish (it is the language of Latin America). It is an enriching experience that contributes to your understanding of a sense of place, of Chile & its people.

  • 16th Oct 2014
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • USA
  • Male, 31-40
  • (1 review)

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