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La Yegua Loca Boutique Hotel is located in the beautiful and southern city of Punta Arenas in Chile, just below the most important viewpoint called “Cerro de la Cruz”, where you can appreciate a panoramic view of the entire city center and the historical Strait of Magellan.

The property has 8 rooms. Located on the second and third floors of the house, 4 of them have panoramic views and 4 views to the city, from where to surprise with the majesty of the Strait of Magellan, Tierra del Fuego, the colorful city of Punta Arenas and the end of the American continent. Facilities: All rooms have central heating, private bathroom, super king or double superior beds, with WIFI connection, telephone, desk, luggage storage and safe, hair dryers and amenities.The Plaza de Armas is only 300 m away.

A daily breakfast is offered.

At Hotel Boutique La Yegua Loca guests will find a terrace and a garden. Other facilities offered include a tour desk and on-site shops. The property offers free parking.


La Cocina de la Nonna Restaurant, set in the purest Patagonian style of cuisine, where Croatian and typical regional recipes such as the famous Centolla, the Lamb Garrón, the Croatian Ñoquis or the Grilled Octopus have been rescued and where you can enjoy exquisite desserts like Creme Brulée, Roasted Milk, Chocolate Brownie or its famous Cheesecake.


  • Free toiletries
  • Hairdryer
  • Heating
  • Private bathroom
  • Restaurant
  • Safety Deposit Box
  • Seating area
  • Shops
  • Telephone
  • TV
  • Wake up service
  • WiFi

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Punta Arenas

Punta ArenasPunta Arenas (or Sandy Point in English) is the capital city of Chile’s southernmost region, overlooking the Straits of Magellan.  Punta Arenas reflects a great mix of cultures, from English sheep ranchers, Croatian settlers to Portuguese sailors, and it remains an utterly fascinating testament to the Chile’s rich history. Punta Arenas is also the starting

Sports & nature

Sports & natureActivities and excursions from the city of Punta Arenas: Whale watching Penguins's colony (from november to february) Ski in winter (with a sea view) Ice skating (indoor all year round)) Horse riding Trekking Crossing the strait of Magellan to visit Tierra del Fuego

Nightlife info

Nightlife infoBeside the casino with live music, the city has a handful of good bars and pubs, plus a few discos. One of the most popular pubs is Santino, and it is especially suitable for large groups. Or try the more intimate ambience of the La Taberna  cellar bar, below the Hotel José Nogueira at the corner of Bories and Sequel across from the plaza; appetizers are available. Another popular spot is Pub 1900 , at the corner of Avenida Colón and Bories; yet another pub is the El Galeón, Av. 21 de Mayo 1243, below the Hotel Isla Rey Jorge. The Cabo de Hornos Hotel , on the plaza, has its chic bar but more somber atmosphere. The Cine Estrella, Mejicana 777 , is the only cinema in town. Call or check newspaper listings for what's playing.

Culture and history info

Culture and history infoLittle more than 150 years old, Punta Arenas was originally a military garrison and penal settlement that later proved to be conveniently situated for ships headed to California during the gold rush. Compared to the initial Chilean settlement at Fuerte Bulnes, 60km south, the town had a better, more protected harbor, and superior access to wood and water. For many years English maritime charts had called the site 'Sandy Point, ' and this became its rough Spanish equivalent. During its early years Punta Arenas' economy depended on wild animal products, including sealskins, guanaco hides and feathers, mineral products (including coal and gold), and guano, timber and firewood. None of these was a truly major industry, and the economy didn't take off until the last quarter of the 19th century after the territorial governor authorized the purchase of 300 purebred sheep from the Falkland Islands. This successful experiment encouraged others to invest in sheep and, by the turn of the century, nearly two million animals grazed the territory. The area's commercial and pastoral empires were built on the backs of international immigrant labor, including English, Irish, Scots, Croats, French, Germans, Spaniards, Italians and others. Many locals trace their family origins to these diverse settlers. Today evidence of this mass migration can be seen in the street names throughout town and on headstones in the cemetery. Church services are still held in English, while the many mansions created by the wealthy are now hotels, banks and museums.

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