Ivalu, a mountain House which retains a feel of the 1970s is homely and comfortable. With rooms all with private bathroom. It's 4 blocks away from the city centre and around Lake Nahuel Huapy.
Hosteria Ivalu has 10 bedrooms, all with private baths, hot water, heating, and a cosy living room and breakfast area. Breakfast is served by Ljubica every morning with love and dedication. All jams served are made at home using local fruits such as raspberry, blueberry, wild flower, cherry and others. Wireless (WiFi) connection is available.
Its owners, Ljubica and Jose Novak, Croatians by origin, have run the hotel now for more than 30 years. You are going to be enchanted by the familiar and friendly environment that will make you feel like being at home.
From the Bus Terminal:
Take bus numbers 20 or 21 towards the city centre and get off in front of the National Park’s main office. From here the hotel is 5 blocks walk. If you don’t fancy the walk you can get off the bus at the Moreno street bus stop between Palacios street and Rolando street and from there either:
- take a taxi at a cost of approximately 12 pesos
A taxi costs approximately 35 pesos from the Airport.
From the Airport:
Bus number 72 of bus company ‘3 de Mayo’ will stop at the Moreno street bus stop between Palacios street and Rolando street, from that a taxi costs approximately 5 pesos.
Customers can cancel their reservation free of charge up to 2 Days before arrival. After this date, charges will be applied by the property up to the full cost of the reservation. Deposits paid are non refundable.
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