No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Tronador San Carlos de Bariloche
Travel Blogs from San Carlos de Bariloche
... gondola would get an operation permit in Switzerland to be honest. Well, the trip got rewarded with a spectacular view over Bariloche and the lakes. As soon as I wanted to go down, they shut down the gondola for one hour due to high wind, surprise surpise ;-). I made it back to the bus station on time and was ready for another 12 hour bus trip to the east ...
... one distant snow-capped beauty popping up between the two lower mountains in the foreground. Postcard visions from every vantage point. Our suite had a large bathroom, bedroom, and living room that contained a desk for Sam and a table for me. It offered an added technical bonus for me and Sam: constant WIFI connection all over the grounds…almost like being at home.
Most resorts of a certain ilk tend to be proud of their food, and have prices that reflect ...
... we set our first morning in Bariloche, half an hour out of town to a bike rental shop and the starting point of the popular cycling circuit. The circuit was really just a large loop road that consisted of rolling hills and viewpoints and lakes along the way. Bariloche is set beside the biggest of the seven lakes and the others we stopped off at along the bike ride were a little warmer (and by that I mean 12 degrees rather than ...
... up our 3 door little golf and I was
first to battle driving on the right hand side of the road in South
America! It wasn´t actually that bad, especially once we headed out of
down. We didn"t get back until 1am, so pretty much did 15 hours of
driving....so we definetly got our moneys worth with the hire car! It
was a great day, ...
... it) back on the boat, then coach to a picnic spot and cafe. After careful deliberation we decided against a picnic and opted for the warmth of the cafe and a hot coffee. On the boat back Susan found the radiators so the return trip time was spent warming our cloths and ourselves up. This particular trip is also a route for Chileans and Argentinians to cross the boarder. By lake then coach, then lake and coach again. For the return trip ...