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Reviewed 23 July 2016

Excellent hotel! It is more like a small mountain lodge. Guests gather around the fireplaces to talk and laugh with people from all around the world. This time of year it's not crowded so you have the feeling that you are visiting a friend's cabin in the mountains.
The food was great and natural.
Isabel and Rosa do everything to insure your comfort and that you have the information to really enjoy the park. Great hikes and trekking trails with unique landscapes to explore. No wifi or cell phone signal so you can really disconnect.
if you need signal you can go to the nearby town malepeuco, Chile. There is a local farmers market in town on Monday Wednesday and Friday.
I stayed in one of the hotel rooms versus a cabin. they were modern and rustic, well appointed and comfortable. Each room is offset so your view of the woods and the mountain are interrupted.

Room Tip: Hotel rooms are good for single and couples. Great cabins available for families
  • Stayed: July 2016, travelled solo
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1  Thank Jose S
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Reviewed 29 April 2016

We stayed in a cabin which was perfect (although a little cold in Autumn). The location is amazing, right in the centre of the national park, and close to many walks and other activities. There are plenty of other options at the lodge, and the staff are incredibly friendly, helpful, and the dinners are amazing (although a little on the expensive side).

  • Stayed: April 2016, travelled with family
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Thank Bruno N
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Reviewed 2 March 2015

We stayed in a room, which was more comfortable and less rustic than we expected given the location of this place within the park's boundaries. Power went out for short periods of time but then came back on. No wi-fi, no cell phone service. There are comfortable places to sit both inside and outside and a central fireplace when it is cold. The staff is helpful and friendly.

If you stay here there are some things you should know:

1. Unless you want to drive 18 km each way to Melipeuco, you are going to eat dinner here. The first night we tried the prix fixe dinner ("the menu") and were very disappointed that it included only one VERY scrawny chicken leg or thigh. In addition, the menu doesn't tend to be ready until Chilean dinner time, after 9:00. You are much better off getting a (pretty good) pizza and salad for half the cost, and which they will make starting at 8:00.

2. The major attractions of the park such as the trails and lakes are north of La Baita. In between is a stretch of hilly dirt road which, depending on its state of repair, may require a high clearance 4 wheel drive to navigate. On our first day, several sedans were stuck on these sections of the road, causing big back-ups in both directions. I think that Isabel, owner of La Baita, read the CONAF the riot act, and they were grading the road when we returned the second day. If you don't have a high clearance 4 wheel drive vehicle and know how to drive on dirt roads in bad condition, check with Isabel or other staff as to the condition of the road before you attempt to drive it.

  • Stayed: February 2015, travelled as a couple
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5  Thank AndoverDan
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Reviewed 26 February 2015

I had the pleasure of staying here for 3 nights earlier this month. Its an Eco-Lodge and they really do their best to not abuse the locale. Minimal power in the rooms but all very comfortable and cosy.
On top of this everyone working there where friendly and helpful and tried in every way to make our stay a treat. The wood burner heated hot tub is lovely but you have to book in advance.
I highly recommend this lodge and of course this national park should you get the chance to experience them.
Oner thing take cash as cards not accepted.
No phone signal or Wi-Fi....Luxury :)

Room Tip: get number 6 its right next to the hot tub
  • Stayed: February 2015, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank Troy W
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Reviewed 31 January 2015

We spent one night here on a cycling trip. We stayed in one of the cabins - basic but comfortable and the owners very welcoming.
Because it's in the middle of nowhere, expect power cuts! We were asked not to use hair driers and other powerful appliances and to keep our electricity use to a minimum..
We had one short power cut and one that lasted over an hour next morning. Take a head torch for finding your way back to your cabin and don't be surprised if supper takes a long time to arrive!
The young people serving us didn't speak any English and I think they found our group of 19 rather overwhelming. Smaller groups/couples probably fare better when it comes to being served.
Expect high prices as absolutely everything has to be driven in. And there's obviously no Wi-Fi.

Room Tip: We were happy to be in a cabin rather than in the main building - it was very quiet and spacious. It actually slept six and there were just two of us.
  • Stayed: January 2015, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank Professeurdefrancais
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