Estancia Cerro Guido
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Reduced mobility rooms
TripAdvisor Reviews Estancia Cerro Guido Torres del Paine
Travel Blogs from Torres del Paine
... walk the W Circuit. Sitting on the bus waiting to leave I noticed the driver outside smoking and chatting to the his female coworker. Typical of Chile, departure time is only a rough guide. We left 10 minutes late, but we quickly made up the time on the road!
The bus drove through vast glacial valleys with snow capped mountains off to the east in the distance. The landscape reminded me of Cooma, and just like this area back home, merino sheep are farmed in Patagonia for their ...
... oldie. The hotel have 200 horses here for tourist use. Also there are many disused agricultural machinery/ part artefacts outside the hotel, all defunct now. Later on we're being transferred to a town called El Calefate in Argentina where we'll see the Perito Moreno ...
... to refugio and one English guy was not best pleased as the sleeping bags at the refugio he inspected were very thin and full of bed bugs. Last night it snowed and the temperature got down to below 4c. Another girl pulled her sock off to reveal enormous blisters. But they're all young and move over the paths like mountain guanacos leaving us in a tail of dust! In fact we were the oldest ...
... us time to pack up as it is an early start when we leave here tomorrow and time to try and send some blogs - only sometimes have wifi in the lobby here.
The Lodge is all inclusive , the only thing you can spend money on is the gift shop or having a massage - all food, snacks to take on treks, all day drinks, the buses, the park guides, the lectures - all included in the tariff - not sure what that would be though - every thing is first class.
... glaciers branching off from it.
Apparently we only travel 70 km, but it is all S bends in very rugged mountain country so we don't get back until 5pm - still raining a bit, so no outdoor hot tub tonight. Before dinner the excursion manager comes and discusses tomorrow's excursions and there is a history talk of the region if you want.
From our bedroom we have this beautiful view of lake, island, mountain and then snow caps - we even have a 'loo with a ...