Lago Grey Hosteria and Navegacion
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLago Grey Hosteria and Navegacion Torres del Paine
Our room was located with a lake view and the big, picture windows (which unfortunately did not open) gave us a spectacular view of the area. The room seemed new and was very modern looking. The amenities were top notch and included warm, terry robes. There is a small, but nice, gift shop, a nice bar with stunning views of Lago Grey, and the breakfast buffet was quite good. Unfortunately the hotel is located outside of wi-fi reception.
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Today we went for a 3 hours boat trip on Lago Grey. We went till the end of the lake where it starts the glaciar.
Enjoy the pictures!
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... looked a bit like an English B&B (inside anyway). The breakfast though was a bit lacking.
We took a trip to a penguin colony. Lisa wanted to take one home.
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