Hotel Cacique Inacayal

3.5 out of 5 stars3.5 Stars

Juan Manuel de Rosas 625, San Carlos de Bariloche, Argentina
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Value Score Poor Value

Costs 252% more than similarly rated 3.5 star hotels

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Skiing-best time? Thinking August

by merbel

Considering a trip to Bariloche for skiing this summer. In preliminary reading, sounds like July is to be avoided because of crowding from school breaks. But I recently read something about college breaks in August which I might like to avoid as well. Is there a "best time" in the month of August or is early September a better bet?
Thanks!

RE: Skiing-best time? Thinking August

by diana_renou

I think august is perfect. School breaks are in July. You also could skiing in Ushuaia (Cerro Castor), a wonderful place to skiing.There are flight from Bariloche to Calafate (2 hour) you can see the Perito Moreno Glacier and there are flight from Calafate to Ushuaia (1 hour). I only see one problem, it is very cold Patagonia in August and roads may be closed because the snow. But, I have been there in August and I like it to much. Sorry about my english. I hope you undertand what I said. Good Luck. Diana

Re: Skiing-best time? Thinking August

by barilochesnowboarder

July should be avoided by all means! Prices are inflated, lift lines are longer, and there are too many "egresados" (high school class trips). Early September generally has good snow, low season prices, and the crowds start thinning out. Late September the snow coverage is hit and miss, but every year I've been here there have been a couple of good storms around this time to get a few powder days. There's some decent info on barilochetrips.com (in English) that might help.

Re: Skiing-best time? Thinking August

by merbel

Thanks so much!

Travel Tips for San Carlos de Bariloche

Centro Cívico

by pili

Bariloche's tourist area is located near the Centro Cívico, with the main shopping and business area centered on Mitre street, and to a lesser extent, Moreno and intersecting streets.
There are chocolate factories, shops selling smoked food and knitted garments, restaurants and fast food outlets, tourist agencies, shows, and everything else that a first-class tourist resort can offer.

The "Centro Cívico" was inaugurated on March 17, 1940, this was Argentina's first civic center. Designed by architect E. de Estrada, it was built from "ciprés" and "alerce" wood and stone quarried from Carbón mountain. A monument to Julio A. Roca stands in the center of the square.
There is a large clock in the Town Hall tower. When it strikes 12 noon and 6 p.m., 4 figures that represent the area appear: an Indian, a missionary, a "conquistador" and a laborer.-

Centro Civico

by aah_stone

You have to visit the Centro Civico, not only are the views across Lake Nahuel Huapi lovely, but the buidings themselves are worth having a look at too.

The Centro Civico is a group of buildings surrounding a central square inaugarated in 1940. The Museo de la Patagonia is located here, as is the Tourist Information Centre. There is also a library a theatre. On the western side there are two arches leading to Mitre Street (main shopping street). Also when I was there on the southeastern corner there was a small craft exhibition where you could buy locally produced goods (I bought some local rosehip jam - yummy).

At night it is also worth a visit when the buildings are illuminated, very pretty.

Learning Spanish in the Mountains

by barryg23

With its snow-capped mountains and bright blue lakes, it's little surprise that Bariloche is one of the most popular destinations in Argentina. It's not so much the town itself as its location in the heart of the Lake District that attracts the visitors. The town is full of cafes, restaurants, hotels and chocolate shops - Bariloche is known all over Argentina for its excellent chocolate. It can feel incredibly touristy, especially in the summer months of January and February when accommodation is limited and the crowds are everywhere.

We spent two weeks in the Bariloche area, and we were lucky enough to find some wonderful accommodation in a mountain hut near Lake Gutierrez, 12 km outside town. This was arranged through our Spanish teacher and as we were visiting early in the season - November - we were given a great deal on accommodation.

Our mornings were spent learning Spanish, while weekends and afternoons saw us hiking the trails close to town. The scenery in this area is unbelievable and while we saw plenty in two weeks, there was much we just didn't get a chance to see. Bariloche is also a popular ski centre in the winter months - I imagine it's a great place to visit at any time of year.

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Address: Juan Manuel de Rosas 625, San Carlos de Bariloche, Argentina