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This hotel is very nice, with a great view. The rooms are great, the breakfast good, and the owners very kind. It’s far from town (which is why itˋs really quiet), with a very steep and unpaved last stretch of road (I’m not sure it’s...More
The view from the hotel is amazing.
The rooms are very clean and very nicely decorated.
Breakfast is good.
The owners are very nice and have good recommendations.
A bit difficult to access the hotel but definitely worth it!!
My husband and I stayed 8 nights while we were on a Patagonia adventure put together by Andes Drifters. It was more like staying in someone's very beautiful home than a hotel. The rooms were spacious and comfortable with a nice view. The bathroom was...More
We only stayed one night on our way to meet our hiking party, but we had a great experience. Family run, very nice people. We had trouble getting cash from the ATMs in town. They solved it. They speak excellent English.
We stayed at Casona del Alto for two nights with our children (ages 3 and 6). The owners are very attentive and thoughtful, it is clear that a lot of care goes into every detail. They gave us good recommendations on activities in the area...More
If you stay at the superior room (King bed), where we stayed, there were bathrobes in the closet, for usage for the jaccuzi, since you have to go outside and down some stairs, so don't bring any with you.( I think all... More
If you stay at the superior room (King bed), where we stayed, there were bathrobes in the closet, for usage for the jaccuzi, since you have to go outside and down some stairs, so don't bring any with you.( I think all rooms have them)
You are going to love this place.
Make sure you eat dinner there as well. The food is very good and worth having it there rather than driving to the city.
We did not want to leave.