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Los Sauces Casa Patagonica
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Reviewed January 19, 2013 via mobile

This beautiful hotel is really a series of buildings scattered around a beautifully landscaped property that backs up yo the family home of Chtistina Kirchner, the Pres. Of Argentina.

Grounds had willow trees everywhere (Los sauces), gravel walks, quaint bridge over a stream. You are taken from check in to your building via golf cart. Not sure but I think there Are maybe 4 buildings with I'd guess 3 -4 rooms per blog. We were in a bldg in back across from restaurant...an upstairs suite.

Hotel is right in the middle of town an ez walk to all.

Building with suite: entry level had large beautifully decorated. Sitting area- leather over stuffed sofas , hard wood coffee tables, photo books on Patagonia, horses, etc. Also a huge table where one could have room service

Wifi throughout.

Suite; decorating wad very tasteful Argentinian: / Spanish. Living room with sofa , coffee table with rizzoli type books, small deck overlooking gardens, small dining table, antique cabinet. Separate office nook with desk, phone, etc. bedroom was huge. Bath area had toilet room ( combo padded upholstered wall and tile/slate), shower room , large marble vanity with double sink. All gorgeous design.

Our regret is that we were only here one night.

There is a spa. Buffet breakfast in the club house was the best of the trip. Quite extensive with much more than the usual cheese sliced ham and breads. There is another fancier dinner restaurNt in the property which we didn't go to. We ate at La Tablita. Bikes are available.

This hotel was selected by our tour company - geographic expeditions - so we don't know the price, but clearly not cheap. Calafate is growing and spreading. Many of the newer hotels are not walking distance to town.

FYI center of town is probably 1 hr from Moreno glacier.

  • Stayed: January 2013
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Reviewed January 11, 2013

Lovely bedroom, nice bathroom, nice gym and spa. However, it all felt a little soulless. The hotel is set up in a series of ranch houses, and we hardly saw any other guests. The two restaurants rarely had more than 2-3 tables occupied. There were about 3 staff to each guest, and they were all very willing to help.

  • Stayed: December 2012, traveled with family
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Reviewed January 3, 2013

First impressions are said to be all important and we didn't start off well. We were allocated a corner room when we had ordered and paid for a corner suite - we specifically requested the suite having seen the rooms on the hotel's own web site. When this was raised with the officious (as opposed to professional) management they started by claiming they were the same thing until I showed them the photos on their own site, at which time they reluctantly agreed that we would move. As the only suite available needed to be cleaned, we were asked to wait and they would call us when it was ready - we rang them after about 90 minutes and eventually we moved after waiting around for two hours. No apology was ever offered for what was really a try on!

Once we settled things began to improve. Aside from management, the staff were all very attentive and ever willing to assist. Staff at the Clubhouse were especially good, with Mateus (?) worthy of special mention. Breakfast was OK, without being as good as some mention on this site. We dined in the gourmet restaurant and were surprised at how expensive it was - food was good and the service was great as we were one of only two couples there. We dined at the Clubhouse on our last of three nights and thoroughly enjoyed the food, the wine and the usual excellent service. The NYE dinner on our first night (again in the Clubhouse) was expensive but particularly good - it's a shame they only do this style of thing for special events!

So, the suite we had was large as we wanted and rather old fashioned, which is fine. The furnishings are of good quality, although the excessively heavy drapes are a bit over the top. The property itself is quite large and without a map can be a bit of a challenge for a day or so. Not too far from the town centre, the hotel is nice and quiet, which is a real plus.

Room Tip: The suites are worth the extra - we (eventually) had a corner suite in Roca and it was quite good and not too far from reception and the entry but a fair way from the Clubhouse where breakfast etc is to be found.
  • Stayed: January 2013, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed December 17, 2012

We stayed 3 days and the suite we stayed was fabulous. The staff were helpful and the spa was excellent and we both had a massage which was very good value. Its a few hundred yards out of town but very walkable.. or you can borrow their not very grand bikes. We did and visited the wonderful bird sanctuary just down the road abot a mile away.
Not cheap but worth the money

Room Tip: The rooms are spread over quite a wide area so ask for one near the breakfast area or spa... but you will be perhaps 100 yds from reception and dinner. The hotel provide buggies to take you around if you need/ want one just ask reception
  • Stayed: November 2012, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed December 1, 2012

We had a very nice stay at Los Sauces. The room was large and well appointed, and very clean. The included breakfast was sufficient and tasty. The location does not provide a beautiful view, but it is close enough to the main part of town to walk and explore. The staff was quite friendly and interested in making our stay comfortable (except for one golf cart driver who drove fast and made us leave the walking paths as we were walking). We would return there.

Room Tip: We had the first room, far from the breakfast clubhouse. If you are not interested in walking, ask for a closer room.
  • Stayed: November 2012, traveled as a couple
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