Posted Dec 18, 2013 on Hotels
This place is overpriced, but it is literally the only accommodation in the area (unless you're willing to pay US $500 per person to stay at a winery that is out of town). The facilities could be very lovely if they just had a little more money and staff. To put it simply, there just aren't enough people coming. We were one of only two couples there (though to be fair, they still turned the jacuzzi on for us). The staff were very accommodating, but it was hard to find someone. Breakfast is small and unexciting, but then again, food in Chile is generally less inspiring than some other South American countries. Be aware that at night time, unless you are staying Friday or Saturday night, there will be no restaurants open anywhere in the region - fast food is all that is available.