Microtel Inn & Suites Malargue
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Reduced mobility rooms
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMicrotel Inn & Suites Malargue
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.
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Travel Blogs from Malargue
... Argentinian governments must have had a good deal going on in the 1980s... Back to the campsite and the outdoor cinema next door. If it was showing something other than The Hobbit we might have gone but three more hours in the front seats of the van did not appeal.
Originally, the next day should have seen our re-entry into Chile. This would have meant skirting Santiago and then hitting the coastal resorts and cities of the Central Valley region. We decided to avoid ...
Our last full day in Malargue, we booked a guide to take us to Volcan Malacara. It is about an hour's drive towards La Payunia. We met Monica, our guide, there and then drove a couple of kilometres to the cone.
Volcan Malacara is a hydromagmatic volcano created when the volcano erupted under the Laguna Llancanelo many years ago. It had swirling passageways that ...
Luckily was a reasonably quiet night as couldn’t wear earplugs, but despite informing the receptionist in detail my plans for the morning, they hadn’t been passed on to the overnight oik – bread hadn’t arrived from the bakery too, but couldn’t get him to see I needed the water for coffee straight away to give me time to drink it before departure. In the end had to ...
... 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 ...
... 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 ...