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Featuring 4-star accommodations, Aguila Mora Suites & Spa by DON is located in San Carlos de Bariloche, 3 miles from Civic Center, Bariloche and 8 miles from Cerro Catedral Ski Resort.
Located in Villa La Angostura, within 30 miles of Paso Cardenal Samore and 6 miles of Magic Carpet 1, Hostería Verde Morada provides free WiFi. Very kind staff and beautiful rooms with amazing windows, plus it is very close to a beach on the lake. Absolutely would recommend this place.
Featuring free WiFi, an outdoor pool and a year-round heated pool, Paraíso Casa de Montaña offers accommodations in San Martín de los Andes. Great hotel, excellent service and very helpfully staff.
Featuring a seasonal outdoor swimming pool and free WiFi, Los 3 Mosqueteros is located in Villa La Angostura. With a garden, the property also has a terrace. Juan and Claudia were very friendly and welcoming. Of all the places we have stayed in Patagonia, this property by far offered the best experience for our family. The property is impeccably maintained, the breakfast buffet is much better than other Argentina breakfasts, and my kids loved the heated outdoor pool.
Featuring free WiFi throughout the property, Hotel Milan offers accommodations in San Carlos de Bariloche, 1969 feet from Civic Center. All rooms have a flat-screen TV with cable channels. Well-located, quiet, excellent breakfast, very welcoming staff, very good wifi.
Located in General Roca, Hotel y Casino del Río General Roca provides free WiFi. Featuring a 24-hour front desk, this property also provides guests with a restaurant.
Hotel y Casino del Río - Cipolletti offers accommodations in Cipolletti. There is a casino on site and guests can enjoy the on-site restaurant. staff was very friendly location was very good rooms were nice lots of free items - coffee - snacks - drinks
Facing Lake Aluminé and surrounded by native woodland, Peninsula de los Coihues offers accommodations in Villa Pehuenia. The hotel is conveniently located 1969 feet from the town's Commercial Center.
Boasting impressive panoramic views and two swimming pools, Arakur Ushuaia Resort & Spa offers luxurious rooms with free WiFi access. The property is located in Cerro Alarkén Natural Reserve. Absolutely amazing!!! The best place I have ever stayed. Wish I could stay longer! Best views and pool/spa set up I have ever seen. The breakfast was also exceptional!!
Comfortable rooms with chic decor and free Wi-Fi are offered in El Chalten, 328 feet from the main square. The staff and hotel went beyond our expectations. They handled every need such as booking excursions and recommending dining options. The Christmas Eve meal was delicious. And the location was perfect. The beds were comfy and views from the room spectacular.
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It's not a large city as compared to my experience back home. But to Patagonia and the Magallenes cities and towns I have seen, El Calafate offers quiet streets. Plenty of sports oriented shopping and food stores. I enjoyed the craft kiosks. Speaking to people in the restraunts and bakeries gave me a sense of a citizenship working and content with tourists in there city.
El Chalten is a really small town with just a few restaurants and shops, but enchanting nonetheless. Great place for trekking and hiking in Patagonia. Awesome views!
Comfortable small town entirely focused on the impressive national park "Los Glaciares" with its awesome views, easy to supremely challenging hikes, and mountaineering/rock climbing. It's windy. It's Patagonia! It blows hard every day. There are a few sheltered areas, but bring plenty of wind protection and warm clothes even in summer. Plan well ahead and be prepared to spend plenty for glacier and boat trips. Access to the backcountry is almost always a drive. Restaurants: many, good, not as expensive as El Calafate. Lunch at La Cervecería (the beer garden next to Muuucho Amor) was outstanding, as was dinner at Fuegia Bistro which is two doors away.
El Chaten is the hiking capital of Argentina Patagonia region. It is a small town with many affordable bakeries and restaurants. It is useful to have a car to access trail heads so you conserve energy for actual scenic trails. Best easy hikes with the most wonderful views are mirador laguna torre, Mirador condores with 360 panoramic views, followed by Mirador Fitz Roy and laguna capri. Salto chorillo is a walk to waterfall but is v. crowded with selfie crazy folks. La hoy de hoy is a great bakery with many types of tarts as well as good empanadas. Che emapandas has the best selection and tastiest empanadas. Patagonicus has the best pizza in town or anywhere in Argentina.
El Calafate is great little town to visit if you want to see Argentina's glassiers. It is the town that host the National Glassier Park. If you want to see something amazing , you need to go to La Patagonia.
The town which is in a little valley looks as if it was constructed overnight. Some of the hostels feel that way as well. There are a few really great solidly constructed ones though. There's plenty of restaurants and yummy food after your day of hiking, a few bars.. You're not there for the town though you're there for the scenery. Don't miss El Chalten if you're traveling through Patagonia!
Great town-quaint with many great places to eat/shop, etc. Perfect to go to Perito Mareno!!!!!!!!!!!! Flamingos, Glacierium with Ice Bar and more. We also rented a car and went to El Chalten for 3 nights for Mt. Fitzroy-so glad we did. also took bus to Chile from there-good spot in Patagonia!
It is a great town fir all kinds beds of outdoor adventures from mini trekking to kyaking (if you can afford it). It is an expensive town including hotels and restaurants so be prepared. The loose dogs in the streets, although sweet, are heart breaking. This was my second trip, last n more appropriate 2003, and it was much cheaper then even though there had been a devaluation if the Argentinian peso in 2001. I found the restaurant staff a hit and miss. At the Luchuza a well known pizza place our waitress would have been more appropriately located in New York. You don't expect they in a tiny temote town in Patagonia. Also thryvhdvdvit srtbup where you have to buy excursions if you want to do anything like mini trekking etc. it's not allowed to go on your own even if you're experienced. I guess that's how you make money and stick it to tourists. Lastly the your company who died the Big Ice adventure that spends 3 ½ hours on the ice versus the 1 ½ of the mini trekking, arbitrary cuts age at 50. Really? Many half that age can't do it. Why not carefully make the process more sensible by assessment by fitness and health through a questionnaire or even medical proof if needed. As an avid outdoors person who hones the Grand Canyon, I found this truly backward and biased way to do business. And it's fescrikibayory and unthoughtful.
Enjoyed the downtown area, the bird sanctuary and the walkability of the city. Close to an airport which made the beautiful mountains in Patagonia more accessible.
Very nice city, clean and organized, excellent to spend some days and do some trips to other locations in the nearby. Patagonia is amazing. Local food is excelent, specially the BBQ, as well there are some international options. Go to a brewery during the night is a very good idea to try the different craft beers.
8.6 Excellent 654 reviews
As a very frequent traveller with high standard (I have been Oneworld Emerald with AA and SPG Platinum for couple of years, you will know what I mean if you know how to qualify and re-qualify such status), I am usually very picky when commenting hotels. As there are not so many hotel chains in Patagonia, this hotel is excellent and way beyond my expectation. Everything is perfect. The large room, super clean environment and most important all the extremely friendly reception people made it probably the best hostel I have every stayed.
8.9 Excellent 218 reviews
The room itself was absolutely perfect and charming, location was amazing, the employees were beyond helpful, kind, and so welcoming. :) We loved our stay just as it was (favorite stay in Patagonia by FAR) - but even beyond that we were unable to get gas when attempting to depart the city as the only gas station was all out and the hotel owner went out of his way to not only provide us gas but help us fill it into our tank. Everyone and everything about this accommodation secured it as the best experience I've ever had anywhere.
8.8 Excellent 262 reviews
The staff was outstanding. Everyone working reception were extremely helpful, patient with my halting Spanish (they all spoke English very well, but allowed me to practice my Spanish as I asked questions), and helped guide me as to what treks would be best for what days. They even used a weather and wind website to suggest the best days for certain treks so I wouldn't be in the high mountains on the windiest days of my stay. Hot showers, comfortable beds, nice other travelers. Loved my stay at Patagonia Traveler's Hostel.
8.9 Excellent 1,909 reviews
It's one of the best hostels. Everything is at high standards. Location on a hill is superb overlooking the lake; staff is highly engaged to make your stay an experience and always help you. They truly go the extra mile in customer service. Private rooms have modern feel, big windows, very comfy. Very contemporary architecture with big windows to enjoy Patagonia views. On site food very good, great place to socialize. It made my stay in Calafate an amazing experience altogether.
9.0 Wonderful 109 reviews
The best part of the hotel was definitely the friendly and helpful staff. Apart from that, we loved the breakfast buffet, the location in proximity to the center of the town, the strong and warm shower, and the tips and recommendations received from the staff. The beds are comfortable, the rooms are warm, and the atmosphere of the entire hotel just perfectly matches the nature and explorer/pioneering spirit that you'd like to experience in Patagonia. Recommended!
8.8 Excellent 1,552 reviews
This open 24 hrs hostel is super well located; right beside the trails for the Fitz Roy. The staff were very nice (great suggestion of trek to do: rio electrico!) and the place is super clean and is fun to stay at but with all people traveling around patagonia...unfortunately we experienced bed bugs. The staff took great care of us. They brought us to a 3 star hotel located right beside while they were treating the room. I only have good things to say about Rancho grande.
7.7 Good 247 reviews
Staff is very friendly and helpful. We were doing a W treck in Patagonia and stayed here before and after the treck. They let us leave extra bags we did not need on the treck at the hotel at no extra charge. Breakfast is included and is excellent with many options available. They also have a great restaurant. We tried eating in town for the most part but on the night of check-in we got in late and were too tired to go out. So, we ate at the hotel restaurant. Delicious!
9.3 Wonderful 881 reviews
The property is spectacular, the hotel is scrumptious, the food is wonderful, and the staff is excellent. A one of a kind luxury hotel of the world. I somewhat compare it to the Ahwahnee Hotel in Yosemite. Patagonia, ah Patagonia...the Llao Llao Hotel is where we ended up after three weeks of traveling from Tierra Del Fuego north...what a lovely way to spend the last part of our unbelievably adventurous trip.
8.7 Excellent 795 reviews
New and modern hotel, very stylish! Staff at the frontdesk was friendly and helpful. Room was gigantic and comfortable. Nice few on the lake. First room in Patagonia we stayed in that actually had a tv (we didn’t use it so I have no info about the quality of the channels). The hotel is a little away from the main street up the hill. It is an easy 10 min walk down to the main street.
9.2 Wonderful 288 reviews
Private room in a "house", with our kitchen, living room, T.V., ... WIFI: the fastest we had in all Patagonia. They gave towels, was a dryhair (asking in reception). We could did our laundry. Very good breakfast (toast, caffee, medialunas, milk, tee, chocolate, jam, butter, spreadable cheese, hot water... They offered us a map and information from the place.
8.6 Excellent 550 reviews
The apartment balcony had stunning views of the lake and the mountains behind Bariloche as the complex is right on the edge of the lake. The apartment was very comfortable, well furnished and clean. Underfloor heating a bonus as can be cold when the wind blows (and as this is Patagonia so that can be quite often!) Parking was right outside the apartment.
8.4 Very Good 220 reviews
Really enjoyed this hostel. It is smaller than average which allowed for me and my brother to get to know the other visitors and easily make friends. The facilities are above average (bed, bathroom, kitchen), but its the atmosphere that really makes this place worth while. By far the best place we stayed during out two weeks in Patagonia.
9.0 Wonderful 235 reviews
Amazing views! Generous Hotel with lots of extras we did not expect. Great breakfast, Afternoon snacks and evening refreshments! The hot tub and Sauna really hit the spot since our stay was in October and it was cold. We spent 3 weeks in Patagonia but only 4 days and 3 nights at El Faro, the nest 4 days and 3 nights.
9.6 Exceptional 183 reviews
Juan and Claudia were very friendly and welcoming. Of all the places we have stayed in Patagonia, this property by far offered the best experience for our family. The property is impeccably maintained, the breakfast buffet is much better than other Argentina breakfasts, and my kids loved the heated outdoor pool.
8.7 Excellent 507 reviews
While the hotel had wonderful views, the best asset of the hotel was their excellent staff. They helped us plan excellent excursions to maximize our time in Patagonia. More importantly, they helped us rebook airline tickets and other trip components after we found out we had a cancelled flight.
9.3 Wonderful 505 reviews
Excellent, could not be better!!! The most helpful staff I have ever met, very well informed not only about Calafate, but about all Patagonia (Chile and Argentina). Very clear, good bathroom, hot water, complete breakfast, really comfortable and well located!!!
8.5 Very Good 162 reviews
The wifi was very fast - which is a bit rare in Patagonia and I really needed it. The apartment is in a good neighborhood, with everything you need within walking distance. The hosts were very nice to accomodate my large-size dog in the apartment.
8.3 Very Good 103 reviews
Staff was very helpful. Reasonably price place with kitchen and partial view of the lake for on the bedroom. It really felt like Patagonia instead of being in a hotel that could be anywhere. I would stay here again.
9.4 Wonderful 266 reviews
Pablo was superb as concierge. The pretty & sweet bartender made excellent Pisco Sours. Patagonia Queen is located a few hundred feet from the best restaurant in El Calefate, Mako. I recommend this hotel so highly!
7.9 Good 52 reviews