Well located, in front of the river, and one blck from "parrillas" restaurantes, and " Puente Viejo"
Free bycilces, and the owners are very kind, but is really noisy if you have neighbours in the hotel...
When I arrived at the little bus 'station' in late November (spring), it was rather warm and humid. A very short walk with my small backpack quickly taught me that a hotel with AC was necessary (I dont like to sweat while trying to sleep). The first place that I tried was nice, but no AC. I was graciously referred to the Hotel Fuaz.
The Fuaz (great name eh?) was located a bit out of town, about a 15 minute walk from the Chevallier bus 'station'. Since the station is on the outskirts of town itself, the Fuaz was really too far out to be convenient to the town.
However, a 'remis' only cost 2.5 pesos to/from el centro to the hotel.
Our double room was a bit small, but had good AC, cable TV, an overhead fan and a good clean private bathroom. It was also quiet; no traffic after dark in Areco! Breakfast was typical coffee, bread, media luna, butter.
There was a small swimming pool. Our small room was 60P/$20US. A larger double was 70P. Management was very nice.
My only issue with the Hotel Fuaz is its poor location.
If I were to return to San Antonio, I would look for a hotel in a more central location. At the end of Av Zapiola just across the street from a large park (containing the Puente Viejo and the Rio Areco) are two nice looking places, Hotel San Carlos and Hotel Los Abuelos. They both appeared to have a swimming pool and AC. This part of Av Zapiola is a quiet residencial area. The park just across Av Zerboni is great to walk in. El centro and other tourist attractions are quite nearby.
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