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Reviewed 12 April 2017

For rent a tent and sleeping bags for two with full board, it costs $205 usd. Very expensive to stay because it is very high demand. However, it's the closest refuge to Las Torres without carrying your own camping gears.

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Reviewed 11 April 2017

Very expensive dinner, one not so memorable. Food was only ok, and the service lacks basic hospitality. I felt like I was treated poorly. Me and my wife stayed for one night at the camping area, renting a very good gear (tent and sleeping bag)...More

Thank Bruno M
Reviewed 16 March 2017

I didn't bring the PDI print out that was issued by the Chilean immigration and was asked to pay 9000 CLP as GST, even though I showed them my passport. No other refugios did this, except Chileno. This is also the only refugio that prohibit...More

Thank Jollyshandy
Reviewed 8 March 2017

We had to book at this refugio with full board (expensive for what you get) because we had not made reservations earlier to stay at the other campsites. Its perfectly located (about 1.5 hours to the towers, giving you enough time to arrive from the...More

Thank DonnaMinne
Reviewed 13 February 2017

Good living/dining area but that's it. It is not allowed to cook in the refugio and was not mentioned anywhere when making the booking. They do not allow you to use your stove so your only solutions are 1/not eat, 2/make sure you have food...More

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"There's no heating in the bedrooms so it's very cold at night. Expect to sleep with your thermals on."
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"You have limited choice but try to locate as far as possible from bathrooms or common rooms."
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"You probably don't get to choose the location of your tent, but low numbers are closest to the bathrooms."
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"bring your own camping equipment, dont rent"
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