Itýs a good option for those who donýt mind staying 15 min away (walking) from the center, and without a view to Nahuel Huapi.
Itýs a big house, with kitchen, private bathroom, parking place, and a good service...the woman usually clean the room and make up the beds....
In november, it was costing 10 pesos, without breakfast (more 2 pesos).
The place is very clean, the owner is a very nice old lady...you?ll fell yourself in grandma?s house....
Very nice, clean cabins owned and operated by a young family. There are 4 cabins that will accommodate up 8 people. All have nice decorator touches and the kitchenette is fully furnished. They even have their resident large male St. Bernard who welcomes all guests. Their daily rate can become cheaper the more nights you stay. Highly recommended!
small hostel with a personal atmosphere right in the centre of Bariloche. It has single, double and quadruple speacious rooms in a rustic-style house , some with en-suite bathrooms.
price 120 ars for a night room with en-suite bathroom
and free internet in the hostel
Located a short drive from the city of Bariloche, Hotel Aldeberan is just the place to relax and enjoy great food in sumptuous comfort. With only ten rooms, all well appointed with lovely views across the lake, the staff are very friendly and eager to please. The beds are great, and guarantee a good night's sleep.
The decor is reminiscent of a country house hotel back home, though more modern and reflective of the area. Communal areas very comfortable and well stocked with books, mags, dvds etc., and the bar staff mix some wonderful and very good value cocktails.
While visiting, my partner was unwell and she commented afterwards that she could not have picked a better place to be ill. The staff were really helpful and nothing was too much trouble for them be it arranging for a doctor, collecting medicines from the pharmacy, or bringing hot drinks to her room regularly without having to ask!
The hotel restaurant is one of the best in the area, serving local dishes with a bit of added panache. Don't miss out on the Patagonian Lamb! Good wine list too.
No TVs in rooms, which was a welcome break, and wi fi is available only in communal areas/
Owned by Mare Sur Hotels, this is a related facility to Lao Lao and Hotel Tunquelin. However, being set on Victoria Island in the middle of a mountain lake, makes this a truly unique and quiet spot. Imagine this; the hotel, a 1980’s reconstruction of a lodge, cypress beams everywhere, perched on top of a 200 foot cliff, overlooking a beach, on a sheltered bay on an island in the middle of National Park. Does it get any better than that? And this is the only accommodation available on the island. The 22km island is largely off-limits to hikers unless accompanied by certified guides, who happen to work at the lodge. We opted for a day of horseback rising around the island (you could also hike, bike or kayak), complete with a Vanderbilt-style picnic waiting for us on a remote beach. All included of course in the daily rate, as is everything at this resort. The rooms are magnificent, there are so many quiet rooms and nooks to read and reflect we lost count. The food was wonderful and the service amazing. It’s a pricey spot by Argentine standards, but well worth the pleasure by ours.
Views, Staff, Luxurious and Peaceful Accomodations, Natural setting
The owner is very helpful, internet service for free and laundry for cheap, a good atmosphere at dinner time. This is the place to go if you are looking for people with whom to explore the local outdoors challenges... mountainbiking, rock/ice-climbing, trekking... you name it!!
alejandro, the guy who takes care of the hostel is very friendly, he will help you with everything you need.
this place is very clean, there are share rooms of 4 persons, each one with a private bathroom. you can also use all the kitchen accommodations.
another good thing is that is near everything.
you can use the kitchen
private bathrooms in every room
near everything (5 minutes from pubs, 2 minutes from stores, 7 minutes from bus stop)
when i ws there (2004) it cost 14 pesos (abot 6 dolars)
This hotel is located on the main street in downtown Barilochi. It cost (in Dec '03) $20 a night for two. We had a good sized room with private bath (small but clean). We had cable TV and daily maid service. Comfortable beds. Breakfast was included and it was the best we had on our 6 week vacation. The management was friendly and spoke some English. Our central location made it a quick walk to shopping, restaurants, etc.
Only problem was that our second floor room fronted the main street of town. It was quite noisy most of the night. Insomniacs should ask for a back room.
Our breakfast was a nice buffet. Being used to just the typical bread, butter and coffee, this one was a real treat. Coffee, tea, yogurt, various fruits and breads, cereal, cheese, juice, etc. It was all laid out in the morning. Serve yourself.
Great atmosphere, with very helpful and friendly staff. The manager Alberto and his family will do everything they can to make you enjoy your time there. I've been there twice, so I know it :)
Close enough from the Civic Center for a walk (about 2 or 3 blocks); far enough from the noisy hotels in the city and the "egresados", loads of high school students who celebrate the end of their senior year in Bariloche every year... that includes whistling, fireworks, and everything a good high school party needs ;)
Three-star hotel, very comfortable and cozy. There's a bar in the ground floor and a restaurant where fresh food is served.
It's overlooking the Nahuel Huapi Lake, so this is what makes it so unique, you can see it from the higher floors, and the view is breathtaking...
People from the city can rent a small apartment they usually have in their house or in their carpark. It's as cheap as the hostel and accomodation is better. The only thing bad is that you can't get in contact with other people, but sometimes you may need it.
How would I know that my window would give me an enchanted view of one of my longtime dream places : The Lake Nahuel Huapi... I woke up and there it was, offering me its mirror like surface sorrounded by a far away forest dimmed by the smoky lazyness of the morning.
The service of the hotel was kindidly offerd by a local family, generations dedicated to host and give comfort to the traveller and the adventurous who drop in.
The huge window at the breakfast room was a hard to forget picture of the Nahuel Huapi Lake, while sipping our favorite hot drink: hot mate cocido, hot chocolate, tea or coffee... To eat: croissants, toast, or sweet scones with marmalade....
Rooms very clean, warm and comfy, I will go back, without a doubt, very very soon!!! ; )
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