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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... amazing hike up to eagle rock. The views were breathtaking and the weather perfect, we sat up there and ate lunch, drunk mate and soaked in the views. The two dogs from the hostel Beecho and Chode (very unfortunate name) came along for the hike all the way to the top, we were amazed. We ended the night with pisco and cola (piscola) and played cards till late into the night. The next day we headed out whitewater rafting down Futaleufu river. What an experience, at ...
... into the water. Er, couldn’t do that, of course Jacques climbed to the highest point. It was really high. After that only our boat jumped into the water to go down a grade 2 rapid ourselves. Boy was that scary, the water was so strong but so glad I ended up doing it. Chris got pulled under and said he felt so out of control. Lucky for him he made it back up to the surface and managed to ...
... and Ruth. Mark injured his right foot and knee but nothing broken and he has recovered thanks to lots of diclofenac and codeine. He has now recovered and it hasn't stopped him biking! The evening highlight was a fantastic meal of Argentinean beef and Malbac wine which left all the hungry Bellys nicely filled ...
... then. But we made do. We even managed to make a meal in their terribly equipped kitchen (they had only one pan, no knives, chopping boards, plates, cups, or cutlery of any description). I think the lowlight of my day came when I finally got a chance to have a shower. I psyched myself up for having a nice hot stress-relieving shower, only to have the opposite. The shower was built for midgets (my head touched the roof and the shower head only came up to my chest) and ...
... we even had a private beach. We thought Arthur, the friendliest man you'd hope to meet who ran the campsite, had said fires could be lit. Turns out there are designated areas and we got such a telling off for lighting a beautiful fire by Arthur's scary wife. Oop. We got a fair bit of laundry done here, scrubbing my Victoria Secrets silkies using a bar of soap with Popeye on the packaging was a new low. The landscape here makes Cheshire look like Holland, so there are plenty ...