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My husband and I stayed at the estancia for five days during our honeymoon. Our experience was wonderful. Alfredo is knowledgeable and helpful; he offered tips on hiking trails and daily rides to Chalten. The entire staff was so friendly and patient When you are...More
There were 6 of us staying at the estancia. They picked us up at the bus stop and ran us back and forth to town several times. The owner was just wonderful. helpful and full of information. He always had a smile. He booked a...More
After staying in bustling El Chalten for a few nights, we opted for the much more peaceful Estancia La Quinta on a friend's recommendation. To stay at the estancia is to go back in time when Patagonia was settled by a handful of hearty pioneer...More
Off of the main road just before the lookout point, reset Estancia La Quinta. This hotel was once the family farm and cows still wander the property grazing.
Its not a fancy place to stay, but it's very charming. The whole family works at the...More
La Quinta is big on atmosphere though the room was rather small and furnishings have seen better days. The gardens are well kept and cows can be hand fed with salt.
The wonderful and humorously friendly owner is extremely helpful which made up for the...More
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You can order a bag lunch to take with you which includes a sandwich, a cereal bar, a hard boiled egg, an apple, a bottle f water and some hard candies. I can't remember the price, but it was reasonable. There are also shops... More
You can order a bag lunch to take with you which includes a sandwich, a cereal bar, a hard boiled egg, an apple, a bottle f water and some hard candies. I can't remember the price, but it was reasonable. There are also shops in town and Che Empanadas.