Hotel Nahuel Huapi
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- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Nahuel Huapi San Carlos de Bariloche
Good 3 star place,in the centre of town,wi fi weak in rooms.Reasonable breakfast.Very close to the lake.Safes in rooms big enough for laptop.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Nahuel Huapi San Carlos de Bariloche
Travel Blogs from San Carlos de Bariloche
... the 'beach' for hours.
We went back to the apartment to plan. Last time we did Cerro Campanario so this time we chose Cerro Otto and there are a ton of touristic places touting it. We went to a wooden hut house and it cost 180 pesos to ride the teleferico up and down. The bus is free to anyone (15 minutes). That's expensive I started to worry that we didn't research and fell for a scam (extra charge ...
... a day of hiking, and then received an email saying that kayaking was on. Excited as I was to see more Patagonian nature, and due to the fact that I'd already visited that lake the previous day, I declined and stuck with hiking plans. It was one of those decisions that seems a little fateful in hindsight. I took the bus out to the town of Llao Llao about an hour away. There's a big hotel there, but also the beginning of the Circuto Chico, a hiking route marked on maps that combines ...
Bariloche is a large city of around 100,000 people. It has the most amazing setting sitting on a huge lake with countless snow-capped mountains. It also has the premier ski resort of Catedral one of the biggest in the southern hemisphere and is a major draw during the warmer summer months for hiking, fishing & tourism. It most reminds me of Queenstown in New Zealand for its setting. It is hard to explain just ...
... there must be at least 3/4 stops per km which proved for a slow return to town when all I wanted was a feed of carbs & a large cold beer. The hostel here has been a super experience. I've met some amazingly nice people & had laughs a plenty over a few glasses of wine in the evening. My last night here in particular involved a very eclectic but lovely Ozzie gent trying to teach an Argentinian man English through the medium of south park videos - funny does ...
... As you can imagine, we were panicked and dismayed by this Kangoo news but a quick call from the Europcar employee to whoever produced a shiny Duster ten minutes later. It's amazing when you're travelling how many things can go wrong no matter how well you think you've thought things through, so we were very pleased this wasn't one of those moments.
Ruta 40 is a proper road-trip kind of road, like Route 66. Partly because it takes you through vast wilderness of ...