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We stay in Eolo for two nights in a corner suite. The viewover the Argentina Lake, thhe great valley and snow coverde mountains was sttuning. Best services from check in to check out. Verry good food and excellent service in restaurant. For sure will be...More
We arrived here off an Antarctic expedition and it was a superb soft way to land. What a beautiful hotel, with every detail considered. The landscape is vast and uplifting. The food was superb. This was a service and situation at its best. YOu feel...More
What a wonderfull expirience .. Total luxury in nature. Wonderfull diner with beautfull sunset and landscape ! Super nice staff and very well decorated.
Nice and modern decorated. Did great nature tours from the hotel.|
The remote Eolo Hotel gives a whole new meaning to a room with a view because all its vast windows have panoramic views of Patagonia plains and distant mountains and lakes. The staff food and facilities are superb and we recommend the tasting with William...More
The service is impeccable. I was there with a group and they knew all of our names and all of our drink/food preferences even though we were only there two nights. They will print off boarding passes and arrange shuttles back to the airport. If...More
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Well it all depends on what you are planning to do and the weather, but I would say yes, bring them. It can be very windy and hills are often covered in shale etc so the poles help with balance and gaiters will help if it's... More
Well it all depends on what you are planning to do and the weather, but I would say yes, bring them. It can be very windy and hills are often covered in shale etc so the poles help with balance and gaiters will help if it's muddy