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Ruta 40 Km 2112, Villa La Angostura 8407 Argentina
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#13 of 48 hotels in Villa La Angostura
Our lodge has 10 rooms, overlooking the Cerro Bayo. We have several common areas: TV room and reading room, tea room, lobby with a warm fireplace, a stocked snack bar and game room. To make your stay a pleasure we also offer our exclusive Spa, where you can enjoy a Heated indoor pool with Jacuzzi, Scottish shower, dry sauna, gym, massage and beauty rooms and a nice solarium. For wine lovers, our exclusive cellar, which is known for the quality and variety of high quality wines, will be waiting for you to delight you with the most exclusive labels. We also have a space equipped for meetings and corporate events.
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Breakfast available
Breakfast buffet
Swimup bar
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Non-smoking rooms
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James S wrote a review Oct 2018
4 contributions7 helpful votes
Visited during spring 2018. First impressions were somewhat ok, but we soon saw that the room and other installations were not well maintained. Bedsheets were stained with food when we arrived, showerhead was faulty and wouldn't stay in place, the drain was clogged and many other things such as hair blower and bedroom curtains were not in working order. The fact that there was no curtains in the bathroom meant that the floor would get soaked as soon as someone used the shower. The WiFi kept dropping and the satellite TV even lost signal during a movie we watched. In the common areas the theme was repeated. Table tennis and the other entrainment was old or broken. "El Quincho" was falling to pieces with old and dirty sofas and equipment. Video games were extra and in bad shape. The exterior swimming pool was not heated when we arrived. Breakfast was also a huge disappointment. Our only option was from a smal selection of bread and stale cereal with yogurt. The cheap cheese and ham was the only food other than the bread because the eggs are extra (pretty strange for a so-called 4 star hotel). To their credit the pool was good and the jacuzzi was working well however only 15 minutes are allowed per person with the jacuzzi turned on. Walter was extremely kind and very helpful in showing all the facilities and setting up everything. He helped us with the jacuzzi and the barbeque. The next day they changed the sheets and fixed the showerhead but the snarky sarcastic comments from Eduardo really put the nail on the coffin and is the reason for the one star review. Therefore I can't recommend this hotel and will unfortunately not be returning.
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Date of stay: September 2018Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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AdrianaFillaster wrote a review Jul 2017
Cipolletti, Argentina207 contributions25 helpful votes
We really enjoyed our stay here last weekend. Facilities are cozy and upscale. Service is top notch. Eduardo couldn't be more gentle and Juan Cruz was willing to help at all times! He even took us on a Guided Tour around the place! Breakfast delicious. We had dinner at 1935 restaurant and Milagros was very knowledgeable regarding wines, recommended the best white and a great Pinot Noir. They even offered the last piece of trout when I thought all I would eat was veggies. Some little comments to improve though, towels and bath robes can do with some renewal. The jacuzzi in the suite has sort of a bit rusted pipes... Everything else was fantastic! Thanks!!!
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Date of stay: July 2017Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Response from Admin_Guardianes, Director de Recepción at Hosteria La Comarca
Responded 23 Jul 2017
Thank you very much, we are very grateful for your comments, they are really helpfull in improve our service. We are very pleased that you enjoyed your stay and we hope see you again. Best Regards
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BarbaraCadelca wrote a review Aug 2016
Sao Jose Do Rio Preto, SP12 contributions2 helpful votes
Rooms are very comfortable and clean. The hotel has a good location near Cerro Bayo ski station. There is a good indoor pool to relax after skiing. The restaurant of the hotel is really good and cozy. The breakfast is good, you can ask for eggs and they will change you an extra. Staff is really friendly. They don't accept credit card.
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Date of stay: August 2016Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Mauro_RJ wrote a review Aug 2013
Rio de Janeiro, RJ53 contributions47 helpful votes
Stud there for 6 days, on a 15 days ski trip through the Andes. Got my reservations by "Boo....com", on a last minute reservation deal, with 50% discount! The original price to the doubles suite was $250. When I got to the Hotel and was checking-in the attendant told me that I should wait because the couple that had my suite had a late check-out deal. I continued the conversation for about 5 minutes when a man that presented himself as Eduardo, one of the owners. He told me that because of the delay, he would upgrade me to a better suite without extra charges. I got really surprised because I was not even complaining about the situation. Throughout the days I noticed many things I will comment later here, but first I will talk about what really pissed me off. When I was checking-out the same Eduardo showed me a bill with an exchange rate that he created in his mind. He told me: "you owes me $479 plus taxes (21%), so in pesos this should be ARG 4,400!" The correct price, made by the Boo....com, with taxes should be ARG 3,247. He was using 7.5 pesos/dollar and the actual rate is 5.6 pesos/dollar. In practical terms, with these abusive rates, I should pay $180 extra! Eduardo justified that rate as an average between the parallel and commercial pesos/dollars rate. What I argued since they were an official commercial and tourism place. Why should they be charging me a parallel dollar spread? NOTE: the so called "4 STAR HOSTERÍA (LODGE)" do not accept credit card! They say the machine is broken. What about the old manual charging by phone that most car rentals still use? It was stated in my reservation that I could pay with my VISA. So I could not even be charged directly in dollars. Eduardo told me that that the "whole world" knows that Argentina is undergoing a terrible economic crisis. I should know better that the best way to come to Argentina is with tones of dollars in cash! So, as a "favor" Eduardo says to me that he would let me go with a 7 pesos/dollar rate! At this time I was feeling so bad with the situation that I gave up arguing and paid what he was asking. A $170 overcharge! When I was finally paying the bill I noticed how the products there were extremely overpriced. One night I ask for a Chamomile tea because of an upset stomach, he nicely offered me two bags of tea, one for now "and the other one for latter if you are steel feeling bad." He charged me $10 for two bags of tea! One day past the whole think, I realized he invented this entire math with exchange rates and all so he could charge me the price of the better suite he had upgraded me for free the first day. It is actually simple: ARG3,350 is the price of the better suite in pesos net of taxes (using the correct exchange rate) and ARG4,055 with 21% taxes. I had ARG 47 of minibar. Total ARG 4,097. I PAYED ARG 4,100! WHAT A COINCIDENCE! Tomorrow I will be formalizing a complaint in the Consumer Protection Office here in Argentina. Terrible Breakfast Imagine on a so called 4 stars hotel, on a breakfast table, you facing the option of: 2 types of pasteurized boxed juice, 2 types of bread, 2-3 types of cake (very, very dry like 3 days old), one marmalade and one really bad milk caramel cream which is incredibly rare because the Argentinian milk caramel cream are the best I ever tasted! Ski Rental When you got to La Comarca they offer you the opportunity of ski equipment rental for a convenient price. The place is called “Langosta”. Really!?!?!? What a piece of junk! A bunch of 5-10 year old equipment. Luckily I just needed one pair of boots for my girlfriend which I returned the next day because it was leaking water. Wi-Fi What a joke! It is only to receive and send email. Without pictures! Skype? Photos uploads to amaze your friends? Better leave it for later when get home. Room Comfort Truth to be told, the room was very comfy but the calefaction a little weak. The floor, without any type of heating, was cold. The mattress did not forgive you if you by incident forgot and got asleep to close to the border. If you are big guy like me you know what I mean. Staff The staff…. Poor girls! Florencia and Martina. Both very nice, polite and … tired! One working in the morning and the other in afternoon. They had to work as clerk, concierge, answer the phone, tourist advisor, waitress, …. Obviously La Comarca is understaffed! …. And imagine that in the first couple of days I was considering bringing in my two nephews for next ski season! Only if I am crazy!
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Date of stay: August 2013
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Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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US$80 - US$231 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
ArgentinaPatagoniaProvince of NeuquenVilla La Angostura
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Frequently Asked Questions about Hosteria La Comarca
Which popular attractions are close to Hosteria La Comarca?
Nearby attractions include Mirador Lago Traful (5.3 km), Rio Correntoso (6.3 km), and Lago Espejo Chico (5.6 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Hosteria La Comarca?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include an indoor pool, a swimup bar, and free wifi.
What food & drink options are available at Hosteria La Comarca?
Guests can enjoy a swimup bar, free breakfast, and an on-site restaurant during their stay.
Is parking available at Hosteria La Comarca?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Hosteria La Comarca?
Conveniently located restaurants include ay ay ay maria, La Tasca, and Pistach'.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Hosteria La Comarca?
Yes, guests have access to an indoor pool and a fitness centre during their stay.
Does Hosteria La Comarca have an airport shuttle?
Yes, Hosteria La Comarca offers an airport shuttle for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Does Hosteria La Comarca offer any business services?
Yes, it conveniently offers meeting rooms, a banquet room, and conference facilities.
Are there any historical sites close to Hosteria La Comarca?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Capilla Nuestra Senora de la Asuncion (3.0 km).
Does Hosteria La Comarca have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the mountain view available here.