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Hostal Paso McKinlay

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Piloto Pardo, 213, Puerto Williams, Isla Navarino Chile
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#3 of 5 B&Bs / Inns in Puerto Williams
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Hostal Paso McKinlay, en la ciudad de Puerto Williams, es atendida por sus propios dueños. Calor de casa y atencion unica dirigida a nuestros clientes hace mas confortable su estadia.
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Radford D wrote a review Feb 2018
2 contributions1 helpful vote
After knocking on the window at around 1am the owners kindly let me in and provided a great experience. Price are high but not for this island. Very nice and welcoming owners. Also is very close to the ferry.
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Date of stay: February 2018Trip type: Travelled solo
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Derek wrote a review Jan 2017
Titusville, Florida5 contributions
We found this place one evening at around 9pm after aborting our attempt of the Dientes Circuit due to heavy snow the night before. The owners - Nelson and Loriana - could not have been more welcoming and offered us hot coffee and snacks as soon as we arrived. We stayed for 3 nights and felt very welcome. There was some construction going on during our stay - I think they are adding more rooms - but this didn´t really cause any trouble. The beds were comfortable and there were plenty of blankets to keep warm. Breakfast was included. So on the plus side: - very welcoming hosts - clean and comfortable rooms - breakfast included - coffee,tea, fresh bread, butter, cheese, jam - TV in every room - with HBO! A few slight downsides are - the rooms did feel a little cold - although our room had a gas space heater which took care of that - the hot water was somewhat unreliable so showering was sometimes a challenge Overall I´d say this place is great because of the welcome you get from Nelson and Loriana, so long as you don´t mind the few issues mentioned above. The construction was noticable during our stay but I imagine that won´t go on forever. Top tip - go to the ´Simon Simon´supermarket along the street at 11am and buy freshly baked empanadas. Yum!
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Date of stay: January 2017
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Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: Dorm room above the kitchen - at the back of the 2nd floor - was best for us.
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Ben P wrote a review Jan 2016
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Some background: my girlfriend and I had just finished the Dientes de Navarino trek on Isla Navarino, but we were caught in a snowstorm and soaking wet, muddy, and cold. Someone who gave us a ride to town dropped us off at this hostel at about 10:00 PM, but the owners still welcomed us in even though we were so dirty. The only room they had had just one small bed, so they actually carried in another and made a place for us. We ended up staying for 3 nights. The room was pretty nice, small, but comfortable and quiet. Same with the bathrooms; one nice thing was that the hot water was always on. They allowed us to use their kitchen which had the essentials. Breakfast was good, with bread & jam, sliced ham, cheese, instant coffee/tea. They even served us an once a couple of nights (although that was basically just breakfast, but hey, it was pretty good free food). The hostel had a very welcoming, homely atmosphere altogether, and I would recommend it. Just remind them to turn on the heat for your room at night!
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Date of stay: December 2015
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Carl B wrote a review Jun 2015
London, United Kingdom10 contributions7 helpful votes
After positive reviews of this hostal in a number of guides, I recently made the mistake if staying. The rooms are small and unheated (you have to leave the door open so that the heat from downstairs warms the room). when the "hot" water worked it was possible to have a tolerable shower (not even luke warm), but 2 of the 4 days I stayed the pipes froze so it was a freezing cold shower or nothing. The owners (and their daughters) were quite miserable and not very welcoming. The only good thing about this hostal was the other guests, all workmen, who were amiable and chatty. Puerto Williams is an amazing place, but if you go then stay anywhere else except here!
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Date of stay: June 2015
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Room Tip: All rooms are bad...avoid this place.
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Chris C wrote a review Jan 2014
Santiago, Chile1 contribution1 helpful vote
Rooms are small but nice and clean, service is excelent. Owners really make you feel at home. Food is excelent and you can even use their kitchen if you want. They do everything to help you find your way around and will take you in their car if necessary. They went to fetch us at the airport and took us back with no charge. They even washed our clothes after trekking and camping for four days, with no charge!! Our stay there was great and if I had to go there again, I would surely stay there once more.
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Date of stay: December 2013
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Trip type: Travelled with family
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ChileMagallanes RegionIsla NavarinoPuerto Williams
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Frequently Asked Questions about Hostal Paso McKinlay
Which popular attractions are close to Hostal Paso McKinlay?
Nearby attractions include Cerro Bandera (3.6 km), Martin Gusinde Anthropological Museum (1.0 km), and Parque Etnobotanico Omora (1.0 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Hostal Paso McKinlay?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and free parking.
What food & drink options are available at Hostal Paso McKinlay?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast during their stay.
Is parking available at Hostal Paso McKinlay?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Hostal Paso McKinlay?
Conveniently located restaurants include La Sirena y El Capitan, El Resto del Sur, and Wulaia Restaurante & Boutique.