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We have a range of budget places to stay in Punta Arenas from as low as £14 per night
Based on previous Punta Arenas accommodation searches, the average starting price is £46
Want to splurge? At the top end in Punta Arenas, we have 3 places to stay with prices starting at £83
x The average starting price for a place to stay in Punta Arenas is £46 per night.
Abe-Autumn This was one of the oddest hostels and towns we have stayed in. But none the less, the room was clean, spacious and the owner was nice. The wifi never worked for us, but there was a computer you could quickly hop on and off as other travelers were always eagerly waiting. Good spot for a night. Easy to walk to the water or to town. Not very many options for restaurants. Book morning buses ahead of time. A Brazilian couple couldn't get a morning bus to Torres Del Paine in time for their tour so they had to pay the owners husband 50,000 clp to drive them. Autumn and Abe
agana73 It's clean, decoration is very nice, the owners are great people, there's no noise around, breakfast is really good and they have other services like book exchange, wifi, and so on. It is really a good place to go in Chile. I was really satisfied.
O Higgins 1235Great 80%
Sander Located a wee bit away from the town center, this was a decently nice place, although our room was right next to the common area, with plaster thin walls, which means we were woken up each morning by the setting of breakfast, and kept awake by people talking in there. Luckily it was the start of the low season, so not many people around, but avoid that room during high season! The (tiny) kitchen with water boiler for guest use was most welcome, breakfast was small but good, and wifi and other essentials just okay.
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