Hosteria Del Viejo Molino

Address: Av. Bustillo km. 6.400, San Carlos de Bariloche, Province of Rio Negro, Patagonia, 8400, Argentina | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Av. Bustillo km. 6.400, San Carlos de Bariloche, is near Cerro Campanario and Circuito Chico.
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          • Restaurant
          • Ski-in/Ski-out
          • Bar/lounge


          • High-speed internet in room
          • Non-smoking rooms
          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Wireless internet connection in public areas
          • Reduced mobility rooms
          • Non-smoking hotel
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Family rooms


          • Airport Transportation
          • Shuttle bus service
          • Multilingual staff
          • Continental Breakfast

          TripAdvisor Reviews Hosteria Del Viejo Molino San Carlos de Bariloche

          4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

          Travel Blogs from San Carlos de Bariloche

          Cerro catedral, Refugio Frey

          A travel blog entry by hils80 on Apr 05, 2015

          ... make it down til 4.25 even though we were practically running. So instead got another jauja ice cream dulce de leche and limon and sat in the sun then got bus back. Had a shower and found two new bites by my elbow :( then had some wine and Mariane cooked us pasta and we drank another bottle of wine. So tired. Planned to do big hike tomorrow as weather looked good. Didn't sleep well again and was scratching as two new bites on my finger so was freaking out plus woke up super hot ...

          Bariloche, gateway to Patagonia

          A travel blog entry by goodner on Mar 08, 2015

          148 photos

          ... as the deserts, steppes, and grasslands east of the Andes. Patagonia is a beautiful remote wilderness of mountain valleys, ragged icy peaks, turbulent rivers, glistening waterfalls, and turquoise lakes. The best way to explore this dramatic landscape is on foot, so we planned several epic hikes during our stay. For our first hike, we walked up the side of the mountain from our apartment building. We walked past some of the nicest chalets in town at the top of Bariloche, ...

          Chocolate and Beer Heaven

          A travel blog entry by shunny81 on Nov 17, 2014

          32 photos

          ... difficult due to the language barrier. At first he wouldn't budge off 11 but Nigel stuck to his guns at 11.3 and he eventually agreed and started to leads us off somewhere. To our relief it was a nice gift shop and we could change the money with the shopkeeper at the till rather than going somewhere private. The scary guy told the shopkeeper the rate we wanted and after much shaking of his head and giving us regretful looks, he tapped out on his calculator ...

          Travel is a strategy for accumulating photographs.

          A travel blog entry by spoonball on Oct 27, 2014

          5 comments, 17 photos

          ... place just can’t be beat. Other amenities include ski runs and complete spa facilities, so it’s popular all year round.

          We checked into our hotel, checked out the facilities and relaxed before dinner. We dined on property and retired early. Tomorrow is a free day, something you don’t get often with Tauck. I don’t deal well with down time. It will be interesting to see how we will fill our day.


          Bariloche - Paradise!

          A travel blog entry by rivkapi on Feb 17, 2014


          ... and enslaved the local population in the plants (and mines where there are mines). In 20 years, 90% of the Indians died, some also by diaseases. The Indians used to kill their babies, to save them the hard life.
          The Spanish was receipted by the Mexican Aztecs like Gods. They captured Montesuma, and were assisted in war by local tribes who though the Spanish (Cristians) will be better than the Aztecs. A wrong thought
          Same Happened with thte Inkas.