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We have a range of budget places to stay in Bariloche from as low as £9 per night
Based on previous Bariloche accommodation searches, the average starting price is £68
Want to splurge? At the top end in Bariloche, we have 22 places to stay with prices starting at £139
x The average starting price for a place to stay in Bariloche is £68 per night.
Onelli 125 San Carlos de BarilocheOutstanding 96%
Avenida Bustillo Km 7.5Outstanding 100%
Peninsula San Pedro Km 20.40Outstanding 100%
dk112 Great location, very helpful staff with itenary and tour planning, good english spoken, lounge and eating area comfortable, well heated, front door key pad lock so secure. Rooms have large lockers and cleaned daily, bathroom adequate, Kitchen small and fridge not large enough.
Tronador 4651 Avenida Bustillo KM 4.7Outstanding 95%
tomasvalas Stunning kitchen with pro stove and oven, perfect for many meals at the same time. Large and sunny common room. We stayed in several different rooms, and all were clean and comfy. If you forget all that pines trees you may be able see the lake. Mostly great staff. Hostel is located on main road 4km from centre, however buses are not always on time. Last but not least, while in Bariloche, don't miss best steak ever at El Boliche de Alberto .... ask for Ojo de Bife (not on the menu) Definitely coming back.
Ruta 82 S/NOutstanding 100%
Av.Bustillo KM 25Excellent 90%
jeanfrancois.cr POSITIVES: Very warm welcome with tea and cakes! Excellent bedroom: very large, king size comfortable bed, built in wardrobe, very quiet. Very good internet facilities: either with a practical internet station near the rooms or with a fast WiFi connection. Lovely Labrador called Mamu giving a good home feel for this guest house. Perfect location, close to everything! NEGATIVES: Dreadfull breakfast: very thin slices of cold and stale toasted bread. Very thin and very few slices of dry sponge cake. The worst breakfast we had so far in Argentina after 3 weeks of travelling! The website (in Spanish) says that breakfast consists of HOMEMADE BREAD & ORANGE JUICE. Absolutely not! Also, unfortunately, there is no "public" space to relax or do what ever you want to do outside your room (meet other guests, write, read, etc). There is a room with a large table seating about 8 near the kitchen, but the couple running the guest house is always using it in the evening to entertain their own friends and family. It is a shame that we had to stay in our room all the time. This guest house has a great potential to be just what most travellers wants. However, breakfast MUST be improved and a public area MUST be provided to achieve that.
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