Patagonia Plaza

Address: Av. San Martin y Rivadivia, San Martin de los Andes, Province of Neuquen, Patagonia, 8370, Argentina | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Av. San Martin y Rivadivia, San Martin de los Andes, is near San Martin de los Andes, Cerro Chapelco, and Estancia Huechahue.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsPatagonia Plaza San Martin de los Andes

    Reviewed by cacilda

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    Reviewed May 9, 2013
    by (27 reviews) Rio de Janeiro , Brazil Flag of Brazil

    Pessoal da recepção muito impessoal, quase antipático. Nossa reserva foi feita na véspera por e quando fizemos o check-in nosso cartão de crédito já tinha sido descontado, o que não é comum. Boas instalações, bom desjejum, bom atendimento no restaurante.

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    TripAdvisor Reviews Patagonia Plaza San Martin de los Andes

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    Travel Blogs from San Martin de los Andes

    San Martin de los Andes

    A travel blog entry by davidandmaria on Oct 29, 2014

    16 photos

    ... by 8pm) offered at Don Florencio, another recommendation by our reception for dinner. We had a parillada with lots of different cuts and types of meats, intestines, kidneys and blood sausage (some of that might sound 'offal' but the way it was cooked made it delicious). The portions were huge too, we were told to only order a 3 person portion even though there were 4 of us. We did our best to eat everything but we eventually had to give up with a few scraps of meat left on the plate.

    San Martin de los Andes

    A travel blog entry by lisasadventures on Oct 03, 2014

    10 photos

    ... you'd expect from a grandparent living in a cold climate. Doilies, teapot cosies, fire place, ornamental spoons, you name it. It was a perfect place for us to hang low for a couple of days, adjusting to the cold and doing some writing. The only problem was Mario. Everything about his manner suggested he really didn't want us there (why then he pulled over to invite us to his place, I have no idea). The only time he was half ...

    Unexpected Beauty

    A travel blog entry by whereiswagner on Jan 24, 2013

    23 photos

    ... vastness of this national park. Thinking it is a simple day trip. After 2 hours in the car, with many of it spent in 1st and 2nd gear, we decided to spend the night camping. We found a windy black sand beach to camp along with a bold blue lake encircled by high peaks. Setting up the tent was an adventure in itself, but the sheer majesty of the campsite made it worth it. We ended up staying two nights. Returning again to our lonely restaurant in the ...

    A cracker of a Christmas

    A travel blog entry by roseoftheworld2 on Dec 24, 2012

    28 photos

    ... spirit, we hadn’t quite got around to buying food for Christmas dinner, nor presents, so we rustled up a simple pasta sauce and got an early night.

    San Martin was a great little town and we wished we could have stayed longer. On our last day, Javier took us mountain biking, not just on paved paths but along stony tracks that required a death-wish attitude and a leap of faith in order to stay on the bike. The tour agency drove us up to ...

    Cycling around San Martin

    A travel blog entry by dixongarnett on Nov 30, 2011

    ... Dad grabbed some round rocks and sent them skipping across the water. The most bounces he got was 12. All of mine just sunk. It was nice and cool in the forest but I knew we had to go up hill too. To make a long story or ride short, we saw very pretty scenery of blue lakes, horses and foals, sheep and lamb, cows and calfs, lizards, goats and their kids. We also met some indigenous people who owned the land that we cycled through. Some kids were just leaving ...