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Featuring a hot tub, sauna facilities, cozy wood furnishings and chic design, Alto Melimoyu Hotel & Patagonia has rooms with shared or private bathrooms in La Junta. Canoeing trips can be arranged. Great location on the Carretera Austral with a good restaurant for both breakfast and dinner.
Featuring free WiFi access, Cabañas Yagan offers family-run accommodations surrounded by magnificent views in La Junta. We chose to sleep in La Junta in the final of our trip through Carretera Austral. Well located for us, who need to be in Caleta Gonzalo next day. The place is value the price. Nice and cozy. The kitchen was shared between 3 rooms, which was not a problem for us. But the best about my stay was the owner of the place. Amazing lady! I figured out at the reception that I lost my PDI paper in the last hotel. The lady helped me a lot managing the call with the last hotel and also with PDI agent by telephone. Once she also speaks Portuguese very well, it was really awesome her help. I recommend a lot the stay at Yagan Apartment!
Offering a restaurant, Hosteria Rayen is located in La Junta. Rosselot National Reserve is 656 feet from this charming inn. Free WiFi access is available. Lovely little place! Amazing value for money. Room was very cosy and comfortable. The host was incredibly nice and Tom the cat was the highlight :)
Located on the shores of Risopatron Lake, El Pangue Lodge offers accommodations in Puerto Puyuguapi. Free WiFi access is available. Here guests will find rooms and self-catering bungalows. This was truly the most beautiful oasis. Lovely cabins in a tranquil spot amongst the mountains. The attention to detail was excellent and everything done with such style and professionalism. The staff were excellent, cuisine 5 stars and a great hot tub to chill in too. An unexpected oasis and definitely worth a visit
It is a really small town and nothing to see there. Most of people use this town to connect the buses. We chose this town because we could not find a reasonable lodging in Puyuguapi. We had a dinner (fish) at our hotel (Hosteria Rayan) but it was awful. There are many restaurants but they close early on Sundays. There is a possibility to take a bus to the NP Queulat (Bosque encantado) via Puyuguapi (CH$5000 one way) but we could not make it due to a landslide on the main highway which blocked both directions for all day. We were ok as we found a nice trail nearby. Be aware that as there are only a few buses for both directions (Chaiten/Cohaique) and tickets can be sold out very quickly! No main bus terminal. Tickets are sold in a different small market/hostel for each company.