The beauty, environment and quality of the facilities make the Parque Quilquico hotel an ideal place to enjoy the magic of southern Chile.
The Parque Quilquico hotel is located inside a native forest of 10 hectares, in the most important sector of the Rilán peninsula in Chiloé. It is a project that perfectly reflects the fundamental pillars of sustainability: respect for the environment, integration of local communities and sustainable tourism.
About the roomThe 13 rooms and 4 palafitos of the Parque Quilquico hotel have different and attractive views of the park. From them you can see abundant forests of native trees and the Dalcahue canal in the heart of Chiloé Island. The rooms do not have TV, so as to maintain the tranquility of the guests, who seek the peace of the environment, and be consistent with the proposal to live an experience linked to the landscape.
El Tepual Airport, Puerto Montt, Mocopulli Airport (MHC)
Bar, Covered heated pool, Hot tub, Meeting room, Parking, Quincho Chilote for lunch and special dinner groups., Restaurant, Sauna, Spa, Wifi
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Released until 4 years sharing bed with parents
- Check-in: 15:00
- Check-out: 12:00
Rural Path s/n. Rilán Peninsula – Castro
How to get there
Direct flights LATAM to Mocopulli Airport (MHC) in Castro. Flight duration: 1 hour 30 minutes approx. from Santiago The hotel is 28 km/25 minutes from the airport.
Direct flights to El Tepual Airport (PMC) in Puerto Montt. Flight duration: 1 hour 20 minutes approx. Continue land route by route 5 South and cross Canal de Chacao in the direction of Castro.
Approximate time of 2 hours and 30 minutes by land from Puerto Montt to the hotel.
From Castro 30 minutes – Dalcahue 25 min
In the event of Cancellation of individual passengers, the following conditions apply:
*Up to 15 days before check in date – No cancellation penalty.
*Between the 14th and the 5th before Check In, – penalty with 50% of the total value of the reservation.
*Between 4 days prior to arrival and the day of check in – 100% will be charged.
*In case of early departures – 100% of the reservation will be charged.
The Chiloé archipelago is a southern treasure of natural and cultural heritage In its more than 30 islands there are corners, legends and traditions to discover.
Its main attractions are wrapped in palafitos (colorful houses built on stilts above the water), wooden churches (16 of them declared World Heritage by Unesco) and native forests unique in the world. Ancud, Castro and Quellón are its main cities, in addition to the emerging Rilán Peninsula, north of Castro.
In addition, Chiloé was recognized as a World Agricultural Heritage by GIAHS. This recognition seeks to maintain and value the agricultural and culinary traditions of the island, together with the people who preserve them.
The following are actions carried out by the hotel with the aim of minimizing its impact on the environment and contributing to the development of the place where it is located:
Recycling and waste management: Re-use/recycling of oil, cardboard, paper and glass.
Water consumption reduction: All faucets have flow reducing filter; washing machines have ecological cycles; WC are dual flush and in each room there is an explanatory brochure. The guest decide when to change towels.
Energy efficiency: Use of energy-efficient light bulb; LED technology; heating and hot water based on biomass energy; thermopanel on windows, insulation of walls and ceilings; use of natural light for most of the day.
Other environmental initiatives: On the property of the hotel, 7,000 native species were planted. This place can be visited via a hotel-enabled trail.
RELATIONSHIP WITH THE COMMUNITY
Projects it supports: Group of Dalcahue artisans, both promoting their products and for supply for the bazar and hotel decoration.
Promotion of local heritage and culture: Recommendation of local artisans of the island of Chiloé. Offer tours and excursions that value the island’s natural and cultural heritage
Local suppliers: Use of decorative crafts in wool, basketry or wood, acquired from the artisans of Dalcahue that are part of the program More Local Crafts. Tourist services (horseback riding, kayaking, bird watching, sailing, fishing) hired to local entrepreneurs.
Other community support practices: Access to the children of the nearby school for walks along the hotel’s path, making known the flora and fauna of the place. Support to neighborhood board and Church by contributing with awards that allow funds to be raised for their local projects.