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Hostel de Esquel is located in Esquel, within 6 miles of La Hoya Ski Center and 10 miles of La Hoya. The property provides a 24-hour front desk and a shared kitchen for guests. Esquel is a beatiful Town and well worth a visit for anyone contemplating touring Patagonia. The resturants and bars are good and freindly and agfain the local beer is very good. La Trochita is a super little train and for anyone with the time worth a trip
This charming inn features a sauna room, gym facilities and a massage room. All rooms have forest views. Downtown Esquel is 7 blocks away. Wi-Fi and private parking are free. Continental, but their Argentine croissant pastries were very good. There is a nice grassy garden area that is underutilized. Private parking and helpful staff.
Comfortable rooms and a daily breakfast can be enjoyed at La Posada B&B, 656 feet from Esquel's main square. There is a common seating area with a fireplace and a TV. Good location. Close but quiet. Staff was very helpful, including making me an early breakfast when I had an excursion. Good breakfast — even a second cup of coffee! Very clean and everything worked. Comfortable lounge area.
Near Alerces National Park and Esquel town, Ayelen Andina features self-catering chalets with balcony, fireplace and heating. It has a tour desk, a bar and free Wi-Fi. What not to like about this place... The resort is set a bit out of town in a new leafy chic estate development. It was quite easy to find even without a gps... There’s a private parking onsite and you will receive a clicker to open the gate which makes the place secure. We had a lovely on bedroom bungalow with the bedroom on the first floor and a door window opening onto a small balcony. Big comfortable bed. Lots of storage if you stay here more than a day or two. The all space, even if relatively compact, is very well organised and furnished. There’s two comfy armchairs overlooking the garden and a big open fireplace (we didn’t need it in February but it might be a must in the winter). There’s a normal size worktop in the kitchen (a rarity in most of the self catering place we stayed) and the kitchen itself is well equipped. Th swimming pool was a blessing with those hot summer temperatures... The staff is amazingly friendly, helpful and welcoming. We also had our laundry done at a very reasonable price. The only downside of Ayelen Andina might be the situation, really out of town, but as we were self catering, it was not a problem for us. And anyway, when driving around the Lake District as we did, the important is the journey, not the destination.
With free Wi-Fi and free buffet breakfast in Esquel, Hosteria La Chacra consists of a cozy fireplace and library. It is found 3.1 mi from downtown Esquel and the town’s commercial area. The property is located in the beautiful countryside, 3 miles away from Esquel. The room was clean, big, quiet and the bed very comfortable. Here it is like being at home. Rini, the host, is very helpful and tells a lot of interesting stories about local life. Highly recommended.
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Comfortable rooms and a daily breakfast can be enjoyed at La Posada B&B, 656 feet from Esquel's main square. There is a common seating area with a fireplace and a TV. Good location. Close but quiet. Staff was very helpful, including making me an early breakfast...
Featuring garden views, Duplex Minimalista A Estrenar-Amplio y Calido provides accommodations with a patio and a coffee machine, around 8 miles from La Hoya.
Offering city views, Freecis is an accommodations set in Esquel, 5 mi from La Hoya Ski Center and 8.7 mi from La Hoya. This holiday home offers free private parking, a 24-hour front desk and free...
Located in Esquel and only 3.7 miles from La Hoya Ski Center, CASA ENTERA EN ESQUEL - PATAGONIA ARGENTINA has accommodations with mountain views, free WiFi and free private parking.
Cozy bungalows with wood furnishings and free Wi-Fi are offered in Esquel, 0.7 mi from the downtown area. A daily breakfast is available for a surcharge. La Hoya Ski Center is 7.5 mi away. It is well located, the cabañas are huge and have everything you need.
Practical, self-catering apartments can be booked in Esquel, 2297 feet from the commercial area. Wi-Fi is free and BBQ facilities are available. La Hoya Ski Center is 8.1 mi away. Clean apartment. Well equipped kitchen. Very spacious. Friendly staff.
Los Teros offers self-catering bungalows in Esquel, with free WiFi access and 24-hour front desk assistance. The nearest commercial center lies just 984 feet away.
In a quiet area of Esquel, 9.3 mi from La Hoya Ski Center, La Cautiva has fully furnished bungalows with free Wi-Fi. Downtown Esquel is 1.2 mi away. Lovely and homely feeling in this cabanas. Has got more or less everything you need.
Featuring a garden and a cozy fireplace, Hostería Canela offers rooms with private bathrooms, cable TVs and garden views. La Hoya ski center is 9.3 mi away. The staff was really friendly (helped us a lot throughout some issues we had on the trip), the room...
Near Alerces National Park and Esquel town, Ayelen Andina features self-catering chalets with balcony, fireplace and heating. It has a tour desk, a bar and free Wi-Fi. What not to like about this place...
Set in Esquel in the Chubut region and La Hoya Ski Center reachable within 6.2 mi, Altos de Esquel offers accommodations with free WiFi, BBQ facilities, a shared lounge and free private parking.
Cozy self-catering mountain bungalows are offered in Del Sur Apart, located only 984 feet from downtown Esquel. Free Wi-Fi access and parking is provided.
With free Wi-Fi and free buffet breakfast in Esquel, Hosteria La Chacra consists of a cozy fireplace and library. It is found 3.1 mi from downtown Esquel and the town’s commercial area. The property is located in the beautiful countryside, 3 miles away from Esquel.
Offering self-catering apartments, Departamentos Ailen is located in Esquel just 656 feet from the city center. Free Wi-Fi access is available. There is a nice garden area to sit in, the kitchen was good for self catering, easy walk to the...
Consisting of fully equipped bungalows with free Wi-Fi and BBQ facilities, Cabañas Abelard is located in Esquel. Downtown Esquel and its commercial area sit 0.7 mi away.
The National Park “Parque Nacional dos Alerces” is so amazing and beautiful! Also, from a walking distance from the city there is a lagoon called “La Zeta”, perfect for the first day as the plane lands on the airport usually at noon and there is no time to go to the National Park. What I would recommend tourist to do is to organize their schedule by themselves. Tourism agencies are super expensive and they don’t offer super amazing experiences that you can’t do yourself. Just take a bus on the bus terminal at 8am (be early as it is according to arrival) for ARS600 (round trip) and you will be fine, but take food with you!!
Esquel is a good location to go to Parque Los Alerces, which we did on our first day of our stay. We loved the parc, but because we saw the best part, we decided not to go for another day. I liked that there is public transport to the park (one bus goes early in the morning, the bus goes back in the late afternoon, which is perfect if you go hiking, although we had to wait 1,5 hour after a boat tour in the park for our bus back to Esquel. Note that it's not easy to hitch hike from the park back to Esquel). On another day, we did make a small walk to a Laguna just outside esquel, which was nice, but we also could have gone by car/taxi (since you follow the main road if you walk up). The famous train Old Patagonian Express didn't go on the days we were in Esquel (unfortunately!) and the museum was closed (don't know why, maybe we were just too late or it's maybe not open every day). So in the end: i liked our stay, Esquel is a rather comfortable city, but just 2-3 days would have been enough for me. If you want to take the famous train trip: check departure before coming (i think outside summer, it only goes in weekend)
Esquel is an entry point for the los alerces national parc, about one hour away )don't be fooled by the fact that it's only 40km). There's a small hike to a lagoon and a slightly bigger one to the Cruz. Otherwise there's not much to do.. If you're not planning on chilling in the hostel, don't stay more than 4-5 days.
This is a city what was never really a nice tourist attraction. But as the years went by, the locals really made an effort to make it a interesting place to spend a few days. Now you can find nice hotels, good enough restaurants and nice stores to walk by in the city center.
Los Alarces, the nature park, is marvelous. Unfortenately they charge foreigners a higher rate then nationals and locale. We think that's a kind of discrimination! The atmosphere in toen is very fiendly.
Esquel is a very nice town with wide, boulevard streets and good restaurants. It is also very clean. There was a restaurant similar to a "Chuck E Cheese" that our grandchildren enjoyed very much. It was our second stay in Esquel and our son always says he would like to live there!
It is well located, the cabañas are huge and have everything you need. It is calm and the people who manage it are very welcoming. We had a great time.