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Refugio, Camping and Cabins Los Cuernos

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Reviewed 18 September 2016 via mobile

We came on the W track too late to pass on. We were asked since prices had doubled since three days to pay 100dollars per person for camping and three meals (which was obligatory, you could not just camp) or 40dollars for a bed in a dorm per person. These are the prices if you don't book in advance since...

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Goa, India
Reviewed 31 August 2016

Stayed here during the W trek. The cabins are quite cozy and there a fireplace in each one. There were a few logs and kindling placed prior to our check-in and it was easy to get the fire started on our own. There's some more chopped up wood in a common area that you can use if you run out....

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1Thank Charles A
California
Reviewed 18 April 2016

This was a stop along our W Trek (1st night after starting the hike). My friend and I were assigned a cabin which sounded better than a shared dorm, but it's a bit of a hike to get to the cabins (and it took an extra hour or so for us to actually make it inside our cabin since there...

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Atlanta, Georgia
Reviewed 16 April 2016 via mobile

This was our second visit on the W trek of Torres del Paine national park. It was sad how great potential this place had but was squandered. My diagnosis is that the place was either lacking a manager or at the very least an effective one. The staff present were running around doing a reasonably good job but often in...

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1Thank MDWandering83
St Albans, United Kingdom
Reviewed 15 April 2016

This is a really cramped, cold & uncomfortable bunk house. No lounge area & bunk rooms feel like you're sleeping in a shed. Dinner was sumptuous but at breakfast we only had inch thick dry bread & cheese, v disappointing. Not once did I see any paper hand towels in the men's bathroom & only one toilet had any paper...

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Santa Clarita, California
Reviewed 14 April 2016

The food was acceptable, but the facilities were not well-kept throughout the afternoon. The beds were fairly comfortable, but one hardly notices after a full day of hiking. The campers took over the lobby and bathroom, availed themselves to food that they didn't pay for, and stayed rowdy for most of the night.

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Thank Brian V
North Carolina
Reviewed 12 April 2016

The Fantastico Sur-operated lodges in Torres del Paine vary wildly in quality and in the staff's level of interest in providing good service. This location was the only one with small two-person cabins (cabanas), which offered a nice break from crowded dorm accommodations in the other lodges. Yes, you pay through the nose considering what you get, but we also...

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Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Reviewed 5 April 2016

We booked the cabins at this refugio and it was absolutely worth the extra money. We had a big comfortable double bed which was really nice after having slept in the bunk beds. The staff lights up the stove which keeps you warm throughout the night. The location of this refugio is mind-blowingly gorgeous, you are right between the mountains...

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Cincinnati, Ohio
Reviewed 19 March 2016

This is one of the biggest and strategically best placed refugios on the W trek. It is also an absolute hot mess. They have crammed people on top of each other. They arbitrarily assign you to a random dinner and breakfast time based on absolutely no standard (Have to get hiking at 7 am? Bad news, you aren't allowed breakfast...

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2Thank Daniel S
Minnesota
Reviewed 16 March 2016

the norovirus warning when checking in should tell you something. whether it was this refugio or Chileano, they appear to be a source of the local epidemic of the norovirus. rule #1 - wash your hands people! this refugio initially had a hippy vibe with a young crowd sprawled out throughout the deck. with no regards for people passing through...

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Los Cuernos is located in the heart of the W trek Circuit, if you have started your trek from las Torres sector, this would be your third or second night at the Circuit, from las Torres or El Chileno the trek is about 4 to 5 hours until you reach Los Cuernos.Los Cuernos is for most off us our favorite spot in the W trek, just in the base of Los CuernosIn this sector you´ll find our Refugio, Domes, Cabins and Camping, all of them with 24 hours hot water bathrooms (Domes guests must use Refugio´s Bathrooms). Yo can also have your meals at our Restaurant inside the Refugio. Useful info: bring sandals for showers, towel (rental available).For tax exemption, do not forget to bring your passport, immigration card given when enter to Chile, foreign currency (tax exemption not available for camping guests) ... more   less 

Additional Information about Refugio, Camping and Cabins Los Cuernos

Address: Torres del Paine - W trek Circuit, Torres del Paine National Park 610000, Chile
Region: Chile > Magallanes Region > Torres del Paine National Park
Number of rooms: 8
Also Known As:
Refugio, Camping And Cabins Los Cuernos Hotel Torres Del Paine
Refugio, Camping And Cabins Los Cuernos Torres Del Paine National Park, Aisen Region, Chile
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“No good rooms that I could see. Cabin was probably better than the hostel arrangement.”
M6853YRronw, 22 Mar 2017 | Read review
“The cabins are likely best, but make sure you can use the stove and that you have a blanket or comforter.”
  • Cabins and towers behind
  • scorpion found IN my bed in AM, after I flung him out.
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Wanderdogs, 22 Jan 2017 | Read review
“The cabanas are EXPENSIVE, but do NOT let them give you the ones way up on the hill.. number 7, was much worse than lower cabanas.”
KJFromSan, 18 Jan 2017 | Read review
“Let the younger hikers have the third tier bunk"”
CharlieOrlando, 28 Nov 2016 | Read review
“Amazing views of the lake and mountains”
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LuisEfe80, 22 Oct 2016 | Read review
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