Microtel Inn & Suites Malargue

Address: Ruta 40 Norte, Malargue, Province of Mendoza, Cuyo, 5613, Argentina | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Ruta 40 Norte, Malargue.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsMicrotel Inn & Suites Malargue

      Reviewed by mirntat

      Stay away from the old wing of the hotel

      Reviewed Nov 18, 2011
      by (10 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

      If you have the bad luck to be put in the old wing of the hotel you will experience old room, old bathroom etc.
      We had to ask them to change the beds .... Which they did promptly
      the beds had a perfect bathtub shape.
      A/C ? what A/C It must have worked once upon a time.......
      One think very positive: The srtaff friendly and efficient.

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Microtel Inn & Suites Malargue

      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
       

      Travel Blogs from Malargue

      Mendoza to Malargüe

      A travel blog entry by mirntat on Nov 18, 2011

      3 comments, 10 photos

      This morning we enjoyed the great croissants in the Hotel Aconcaqua, a change from the baaad breakfast we had in so many other hotels.

      We took off at 10.30 under a cloudy sky but it soon cleared as we rolled out of town and the sun stayed with us all day.

      Todays trip to MalargŁe is 435 km.

      We heading south on Route 40.< …

      Sam

      A travel blog entry by ccchrissie on Sep 06, 2014

      3 photos



      Kept up late my late arrival, beer and neighbours so slept until 8 with only a few interruptions.

      Codger served me breakfast, including a small but good cup of coffee so asked for another, which he agreed to. Later, when I found somewhere cheaper and he refused to match the price, he stated the extra coffee would cost 20 pesos. This is something that repeatedly happens here, as I discovered at lunch a couple of days ago, people think ...

      Dustville Argentina

      A travel blog entry by skill77 on Sep 15, 2011

      17 photos

      ... spoke no english and a rather odd south african chap who spoke only a few words of spanish. Through this guys translation we managed to figure out which room we were staying in and even get a few eggs and some pasta to make dinner.

      The next day we walked around the town several times in an effort to arrange ski hire and buy groceries. Due to the siesta we were stranded in town for three hours while everyone slept. We had planned ...

      Another good day

      A travel blog entry by adventurescot on Apr 05, 2011

      11 photos

      ... or not. I looked at the map and it kind of indicated we should be heading east. Looking at the sun that somehow looked correct so I carried on leading the team down this road. Sure enough it was the correct road.

      This road was rather straight through the rolling hills just on the side of the Andes. But that did not last for long and soon we were on a fantastically winding road with more and more mountains by the mile.

      We decided to stop for ...

      Day 20

      A travel blog entry by fbenz on Jan 19, 2011

      1 comment, 10 photos

      Our first order of business as we started the day was to get to one of the two Gomeria's in town. To our dismay what we discovered was that both of the "Gomero's" were out of town and not expected to arrive until late afternoon. Fausto had struck again!! We (or I should say Claudio) managed to prevail on the wife of one of the Gomero's to let us work on the tire in her husband's shop. We could use his tools and supplies (and compressor).

      First thing we discovered upon pulling ...