this place has everything going for it except convenience. it's 11 km from the center of town, accessible by public bus for not much money and the schedule is fairly convenient. and the location is one of south america's first class ski resorts, at the foot of a magnificent peak
to which people come for day hikes in the summer. but the services are mainly closed during the summer, the streets are badly marked, and the inn itself has no sign outside. my friend and i arrived at about 5pm and spent an hour and a half hiking around on dirt roads trying to find the place. if it weren't for the basic patience and generosity of the argentine people we would still be looking. if you want peace, fantastic scenery and quiet and can get good directions (google maps and earth?) and can deal with the transportation from town it's great. the breakfast was good and the gentleman at the desk was helpful with some of our computer problems.
fat sid from montreal
Within easy reach of skiing facilities, this Bariloche aparthotel is located in the mountains, convenient to Cathedral Hill …More
I'll try to make it short. Had a very homey feeling. Lovely setting.
Had some problem with the heating system but was compensated throughly so it was worth the 60 minute inconvinience.
Service was unbelievable - Sol & Esteban made us feel right at home.
A few pointers - Breakfast isn't a big one so all you breakfast lovers take this into account!
I mean bring stuff from where you come. The supermarket was tiny and didn't have much choice but well equipped. If you want something grand - bring from home!!!
Anton from Jerusalem,IL
Galileo Boutique Hotel offers studios and suites in San Carlos de Bariloche , surrounded by the impressive landscapes of the …More