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bonwright
post Jan 30 2008, 07:30 AM
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I would appreciate any feedback on the following hotels in Argentina. Are they centrally located?

BA - Claridge Hotel

Mendoza - Cordillera Hotel

Puerto Madryn - Peninsula Hotel

El Calafate - Posada Los Alamos

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A really good place to check out for this type information is our sister company www.tripadvisor.com.

This kind of question is their specialty!


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QUOTE(bonwright @ Jan 30 2008, 07:30 AM) *

I would appreciate any feedback on the following hotels in Argentina. Are they centrally located?

BA - Claridge Hotel

Mendoza - Cordillera Hotel

Puerto Madryn - Peninsula Hotel

El Calafate - Posada Los Alamos

Thanks

Bonnie


Claridge is quite pricy (by my standards) but a nice traditional hotel in a quiet area of downtown close to Calle Florida and easy walking to most downtown sights and shops. If you are looking for a more classy area, look to La Recoleta and Palermo.

Cordillera is an unpretentious and standard tourist/business Holiday Inn style hotel. Decent prices and quite well located. Watch out for street view rooms in any hotel due to noise.

I canít help with Puerto Madryn and Calafate Iím afraid. I always check out Trip Advisor as they seem to have reviews on just about every hotel in the world. Take the comments with a pinch of salt though, as there are an awful lot of grumblers out there.

Cheers
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