Patanuk Lake Hostel

Address: Juan Manuel de Rosas 585, San Carlos de Bariloche, Province of Rio Negro, Patagonia, 8400, Argentina | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Juan Manuel de Rosas 585, San Carlos de Bariloche, is near Cerro Catedral Ski Resort, Centro Civico, Refugio Frey, and Lake Jacob.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsPatanuk Lake Hostel San Carlos de Bariloche

      Reviewed by lastresguapas

      Great view

      Reviewed May 31, 2012
      by (21 reviews) , Switzerland Flag of Switzerland

      This hostel is a good value for its price. It has a beautiful lake view from the common room and the staff is super friendly.
      We found that it had little kitchen facilities and there only was one shower and toilet on the second floor, which could get crowded in high season. Apart from that, we would definitely recommand this nice and clean hostel, well located in Bariloche.

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

      TripAdvisor Reviews Patanuk Lake Hostel San Carlos de Bariloche

      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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      A travel blog entry by hastie_gringo on Apr 21, 2013

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      ... we are safely back and they start asking questions about our route. Is there snow up there? No. Was the refugio warden at Jacob? No, we walked past that refugio intending to camp illegally. Did meet the warden on the way down the trail though and he told us a great place to wild camp. We didnt say that actually, even though it happened! The whole 20 questions makes me wonder where they get their track information from and how accurate it is. Kinda made me think that had my health ...