My boyfriend and I stayed overnight in one of the cabins to celebrate a special birthday. The cabins are built of stone and wood and decorated in a rustic style. The grounds of the cabin complex are quite nice and border the Río Quequén - it was rather enjoyable to walk around snapping photos just after sunrise.
The cabin we stayed in had an ample bathroom with a whirlpool tub, an old-fashioned gas stove to heat the space, and a cozy kitchen for breakfast the next morning (we brought some pastries with us) . Overall we were quite happy with our experience there, and I would stay at Cabañas Río Quequén again in the future.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Cabañas Rio Quequen...We are located on Rio Quequen's Rivera, near the Dardo Rocha Bridge, one of the main access roads to the city of Necochea and a strategic point within it, as we are surrounded by nature and are close to the most interesting places in our city.Our house is big and is personally tended to by us. Our cabins are for 2, 4, 6 and 7 people. They are equipped with cable TV, microwave, crockery, linen, beds, grill, heating and ventilation. All units have a private bathroom. The 6 and 7 people cabins have 2 bathrooms. Maid service and breakfast is included for all cabins. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Cabanas Rio Quequen Necochea, Argentina - Buenos Aires