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de luxe spaces, regular service
Mar 17th, 2019
the place is very well kept, rooms are spacious and decorated in a very luxurious though simple, comfortable and cozy. they simply lack of service, inexperienced staff and very indifferent to our requests, nothing that you would expect regarding the prices. Lovely spot, but nothing special as we expected, as we've been around Patagonia already for almost a month, and found beautiful places and much simpler lodges with warm and attentive people TRIPADVISOR.COM USER
A beautiful resort located just outside the main city within walking distance to downtown
Apr 24th, 2017
The resort is very beautiful, individual buildings spread around nicely landscaped grounds with trees and flower beds. We were there in fall and the plants had not yet gone dormant. I'm not sure how old the property is but it is either brand new or extremely well cared for. We had a suite with living room, a nook with office area and a spacious king bedroom. All very modern and colorfully decorated. The bathroom featured a separate water closet, and a separate room with shower and Jacuzzi tub. The rooms are very well cared for, clean, warm and comfortable. There is a restaurant on property that offers a nice continental breakfast and gourmet dinner selections in the evening. A bar with great wines and spirits. Los Sauces is probably the nicest resort in Patagonia. The front desk arranged whatever transportation we need as well as tours of the glaciers about an hour or so away. I highly recommend both Patagonia to see the glaciers before they fall victim to global warming, yes global warming is real, and Los Sauces. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER
Very disappointed experience
Sep 23rd, 2016
I reserved the hotel through Expedia two months ahead of time,...We even wrote to the hotel and arranged airport transportation service and several tour hotel pickups. However, four days prior to our check in date, we were suddenly told that the hotel was closed. We had to reserve another hotels in a hurry and pay much higher price than usual. Further, we must notify transportation company and tour company the address of the new hotel. What a bad experience! TRIPADVISOR.COM USER
Lovely Hotel, Gorgeous Grounds
May 21st, 2016
This was supposedly part of a ranch -- the grounds are magnificent! There are approx. 10 villas with about 6 rooms in each. When we travel, we prefer 2 double/queen beds. Our large room was very comfortable. Large bathroom, separate wc, usual amenities. Direct TV so we watched some English shows which was nice for a change. The "villa" for (an excellent included) breakfast was about a 10 min. slow walk from our room, and it too had lovely views of the "new" city. Our only complaint was the crowing of the roosters in the a.m. and other birds squaking at all times of day it seemed. The night stand between the 2 beds was much too small! The villa with the spa/indoor pool was right across from our villa, but unfortunately we didn't have time to use it. Facility was spotless! Desk staff was very helpful. There's another attractive restaurant in the main lobby area (perhaps for dinner service?), but we never saw anyone there. Hotel is about a 15 min. walk to the town center where one can find lots of restaurants, shops, etc., etc. We felt perfectly safe walking to and from town, even at night. This is a luxury hotel, and expensive, but we loved it (except for the bird noise). TRIPADVISOR.COM USER
lovely weekend in El Calafate
May 20th, 2016
My wife always wanted to visit El Calafate and the Perito Moreno Glaciar, so we decided to spend a weekend, booked at this hotel which I can highly recommend, rooms are great, very well decorated, surprinsing premises for a place supposed to be dry, with trees, a beautifull spa, but what the service provided by all staff need to be mentioned, as my wife is celiac, so food is for us very important, at breakfast she had different types of bread, and the chef prepare special dishes for her. Both days we went to visit the Glaciar Perito Moreno and they prepare a picnic for us. Dinner at the hotel is a must. Don't miss to visit the Glaciar Museum at Calafate. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER
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