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Reviewed 1 January 2019 via mobile

Worst place I ever slept in my life.
Bedroom located in basement, small and extremely dirty bathroom. When I complained the owner did not apologize but reminded me that we freely chose the room!!! Unfortunately it was not specified the location!
Breakfast miserable , cost too high, service too Low!!!!

Date of stay: November 2018
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
1  Thank ileana l
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Reviewed 24 November 2018 via mobile

Great views over the bay, nice decor in communal spaces, comfortable bed, friendly staff (Spanish speaking only so if you don’t know the basics maybe not the place for you). In all a lovely place, a 10 min walk from the centre and a little uphill (hence the great views). WiFi was good and reliable. Had a fridge downstairs with water and beers which operated on an “honesty bar” system which you declared and paid on departure.

We booked the top room with harbour views but couldn’t open the centre window blind as it was fixed shut which was a shame. The shower was not fantastic, a little noisy as hot water comes through, not too much pressure and the drainage was slow. Breakfast was cereal and cake/pastries, as is common in Argentina, ok but not great.

Date of stay: November 2018
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
1  Thank rgk82
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Reviewed 7 January 2018

Foike is a bit out of town- up on the hill it's about a 10 min walk to town....going down is Ok, but coming home can be challenging on icy cold, windy days.
Staff were friendly and very lovely. Only really saw them at breakfast and check in time. It's a very small palce, more a B&B than hotel.
Room was clean and quite small. Bathrooms a bit dated, but they work and have great hot water. Lots of powerpoints to charge gadgets. Oh and there's a lift to transport your bags!
Walls are very thin- could hear everything from neighbouring rooms... we had a child in room next door who skyed his mum a lot and we could hear it all.
Other than that, sleep quality is good and rooms quiet at night. Bed was comfy. Best nights sleep I've had all trip. Doona is awesome....so warm! There are spare pillows and blankets in cupboard too.
As a side note- the heater in bathroom is great to dry wet socks/undies....even though they don't want it used that way.
Breakfast is basic- toast, cereal, juice, coffee.... if hungry there are lots of bakeries in town. There's a nice lounge area too where you can sit and enjoy the view.
Overall it was a pleasant stay.

Room tip: rooms on third floor have best views!
Date of stay: January 2018
  • Trip type: Travelled with friends
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1  Thank Kerryn72
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Reviewed 23 December 2017

Foike is towards the top of the hill at the west end of town, so it's about a 10 minute walk into the centre, in a quiet location. It makes for a steep walk back, but if that's not a problem, then I suggest it's worth a look. It's a modern environment, less noisy than most of the other places we stayed in Argentina and Chile, with ample, big, clean rooms, with a functional bathroom (although my shower filled with water and took some time to drain), and a very comfortable, large bed. The reception staff were charming, and very helpful to guests. It does have a lift although if you need this to go up and down one floor, you might struggle with the hill. But helpful with heavy bags. They have an honour bar in reception and average quality breakfast. I see others had a free transfer from the airport. Definitely worth considering...

Room tip: I had a room on the first floor and it was quiet
Date of stay: December 2017
  • Trip type: Travelled solo
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1  Thank deehell
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Reviewed 11 March 2017

After travelling overland through Chile and Argentina we spent two nights here. Our bed was large and comfortable, which was important to us because we needed some recovery time. The room and bathroom was adequate rather than attractive. The staff were charming and helpful. The downside to this hosteria's location was the fairly long slog to and from the main shopping street, but the upside of this was that the hosteria was nice and quiet.

Date of stay: February 2017
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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1  Thank Susan E
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