x The average starting price for a place to stay in Puerto Natales is £21 per night.
Sander Rooms take sparseness to an extreme, but service is friendly (if at times trying a bit hard to sell you tours / transport / whatever else you might need), breakfast great (and caters to people leaving early for the W), and the overall atmosphere very warm. The luxurious looking shower was a bit of a disappointment in that none of the luxurious options on it actually worked (and the drain was clogged as well), but you can't have everything, and the free luggage storage was much more important.
Anna22 On a quiet street but a lovely hostal. I stayed in a private double which had a huge bed and so much space. Shower had hot water at all times. A great breakfast was served from early morning, and there is good internet access. Staff didn't speak much English but were very friendly and helpful. One of my favourite hostals I stayed in.
tanja_krau Nice place to stay, about 5 minutes to walk to the center Good breakfast Maria is very nice but it's helpful to speak Spanish
Abe-Autumn This hostel is as basic as you get. I wouldn't call it nice, but it is clean and safe (which in 11 months of traveling is the most important) and the owner is very helpful and informative, so it's good value for the price. We should have listened to her though when she told us not to do a day trip to Torres Del Paine. She organized the bus to pick us up on her doorstep at 7:30am on its way to TDP, but it then spent the next 50 minutes picking up other people so we didn't even get to the entrance of TDP until 11am. Went through orientation, paid more money to take a shuttle to the trailhead, then power hiked it to the Torres Mirador, which after hiking around Fitz Roy in El Chalten, Argentina it was beyond disappointing. It cost USD $80/ person for 7 hours on a bus and a 5 hour hike. If your okay with basic, this is a good spot to stay when passing through! It worked for us! Autumn and Abe
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