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- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Kids pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Aconcagua Mendoza
Rooms are small and a bit old fashion
Bathroom is real small, The bathtub has no closing mechanism so you have to take a showers but the shower sprays all direction in and out of the bath tub, the toilet handle has to be giggled after each use in order to stop the water from running.
No space to set dowm our toileteries bags
Overall defenetely not a 4 stars
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... a nice Argentinian lady stepped in and let us use hers. Argentina and its people were not selling themselves to us well. Our bus twisted its way out of the city gradually emptying until we finally reached the campsite. First impressions were not great. The Area de Camping comprised a number of campsites, including ours, that were set in the middle of an enourmous roundabout. The campsite itself was actually quite luxurious, with each site containing a shelter ...
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