This hotel is a perfect place to tour Bariloche.This has an internet however the internet crashed multiple times. The front desk was very helpful & friendly. On the day shift the front desk is a man from England. On evenings they speak English as well. It is owned by a family and family members do work in the hotel. The young girl that books tours is really nice and tries to go out of her way to find something you would like to do. The rooms are clean. The place is safe. I was able to have a view in distance of mountains. The rooms are warm about 75 F while it was 48-50 F outside. Double pane windows. They have cable TV and in room safe and hairdryer. Closet is good size. The bathroom is small but clean and water pressure fine. The breakfast is good by Argentina standards. Yogurt in a pitcher, fruit mixed, good coffee, cold cereal. bread, jam and butter. The very expensive hotels are beautiful but way out of town and you would need a car. It is close to the town square. About a 4-5 minute walk. Elevator is small. I took the stairs except when I checked in and out. Very convenient and fair price about $70 USA for single. I would stay agian.
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- The best 3 Stars Hotel in Bariloche. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Carlos v Hotel San Bariloche