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All reviewsminute walksheep herdingseparate companylobby area isrustic hotelbreads and pastriesrustic feelthe staff was friendly and helpfulmiddle of towndowntown el calafatean upgraderestaurants and shopslamblate at nightfour nightscomfortable roomswi fi
My daughter & I enjoyed a quiet 2 night stay while in the area to visit the Puerto Moreno glacier. The hotel did not appear to be very full during our stay. We had a nice spacious 2nd floor room with 2 comfy double beds...More
Cute, rustic hotel on the edge of town. Lobby area and common area are attractive. Nice bar area and a small restaurant. Breakfast is served in the loft above the restaurant. The breakfast was okay but could use an upgrade with a few more choices....More
This place is unique. Florencia at reception has to be one of the most friendly, helpful people around. Love the sheep herding show. There are many cozy areas to relax. The breakfast was the best in Patagonia. We did not know where to start, so...More
As noted in other reviews, this is an old ranch now located on the edge of town. The public areas are very attractive and the staff helpful. Rooms are generally large, but ours was dark and had no furniture other than a bed and desk...More
Large, clean guest rooms in this quaint hotel. The hotel has beautiful, peaceful grounds and the feel of an estancia. While the hotel is on the edge of town, it is only a 10-15 minute walk to the city center. The hotel has 3-4 loaner...More
I am sorry to say we did not do any shopping while in El Calafate. But the hotel is within easy walking distance of the town and there is one main road that has tons of local art stores. I would ask the locals when you... More
I am sorry to say we did not do any shopping while in El Calafate. But the hotel is within easy walking distance of the town and there is one main road that has tons of local art stores. I would ask the locals when you arrive for their recommendations.