Why We Like This Hotel
Antumulal is "a wonderfully unusual hotel, a one-off, unique really". A short 20/25 minute walk from the charming, backpacker town of Pucon, Antumalal is a wonderfully quirky hotel that blends 1950s design and bespoke furnishings with lovely lake views from its hill-side perch. There's definitely a hint of 1960s film set about the place, as well as a touch of royalty - Queen Elizabeth II having stayed!
What Our Customers Think
We loved this boutique hotel, it had character & unique decor. The views of the lake in your room & from the restaurant are breathtaking. We enjoyed walking around the gardens and to the pier on the lake, sitting & drinking wine on the benches outside. The staff are awesome. The only con I would say is it's a few minutes drive outside of town, so you need a car.
Heidi January 2015
Dates & Rates
The Antumalal is open year-round, but is best appreciated in the summer period. A double room here, half board, costs US$ 373 per person, per night. That means that on top of the wonderful landscape and architecture of the hotel, you will enjoy:
- The in-house spa, heated swimming pool, jacuzzi and sauna
- Buffet breakfast
- A 12 acre private park
- A private beach with two jetties
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