This was an excellent family-friendly location and price-range, and a good percentage of the patrons are South American families.
The apartment suites are good size with kids loving the trundle beds and parents getting their own bedroom. Our bed was quite hard (though we sleep well on hard beds), and the furnishing and bedding is clean but worn. We faced the road, and there are no views other than pine trees with some traffic noise.
There is an old computer in the main lobby, and wifi is offered only in the office.
The breakfast was some of the most simple and meager of any of our Argentinian hotels, and we would not recommend the dinners unless you are very tired and just want to stay in.
It is located outside of town and is best suited for those with their own transportation.
We do not consider this a "hidden gem," but we do think we got a good value and enjoyed our stay in Bariloche.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Surrounded by four acres of splendid parkland, not far from the city centre is ALDEA ANDINA. Its unique architecture replicates the European style mountain hut, with rough walls and rich wood interior, perfectly combined with wall-to-wall bedroom carpet. The one and two-bedroom apartments are both spacious and comfortable, central heated and fully equipped with high quality traditional furniture, a telephone and television, as well as a hydro-massage in each bathroom ... more less
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