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Hotel Cabo de Hornos

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Centrally-located Cabo de Hornos is a classically styled hotel promising high standards of accommodation and service.

Hotel Cabo de Hornos, situated in a large prestigious building on the central Plaza de Armas, is one of Punta Arenas’ venerable institutions, for decades the most upmarket hotel in town. Nowadays there is some competition but it remains an excellent choice for comfort and good quality rooms and amenities. The hotel has a classic design and approach, and is perhaps a little formal (welcoming both business and leisure travellers), as befitting its longstanding reputation.   

The 110 rooms are set on seven floors. Each room has a bathtub in the bathroom. There are double, triple and rooms appropriate for families. The ground floor restaurant holds regular themed evenings with frequently changing menu.  Other facilities include a sauna, bar and small museum.

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What our clients say

  • Solid and conventional hotel, well located  in main square of the town. 

    PG, Oxford
  • Great staff, lovely public areas.

    DH, Milnthorpe
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Our Expert's Opinion

All the rooms in this traditional hotel are of the same category, although some offer city views while others offer sea views. The rooms are light, airy, and I wholeheartedly recommend them for a comfortable stay.

Hannah
Hannah Donaldson Travel Expert Having spent part of her childhood in Colombia and worked in Brazil and Costa Rica, Hannah's ties to Latin America run deep. Hannah is a much valued Travel Expert in our Tailor-made Holidays and Group Tours sales team.

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