This is a nice place. It's totally out of the way from everything so don't expect to just take a trip to town for some milk because you can't! The hill to the place is huge and walking back to the bus stop in Warton is enough to put me off ever going back or recommending the lodge further. The owner mark is nice but promised Us a lift to the bus stop in the morning and change his mind last minute favouring guests in the lodge rather than the bunk house. The food there was great but maybe a tad pricey for not that much. They have a nice bar down the rOadt hat do amazing home brewed ale and yummy pizza! Also they need to have a big staff meeting and just stick to a price list!!!! No1 really knew he price for the hot tubs or the food etc etc. it was all confusing and made us feel stressed out. The bunk house was very cold in the days too which wasn't very comfortable. The walks around and the river azul are just breath taking.
He reason I rated poor was because of things just weren't clear enough. Breakfast was confusing, hot tub costs confusing meal times confusing and no definite answers from the staff. But they were all very nice people.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- This Patagonian lodge, a model of sustainable construction, is in a remote mountain location within a 200,000 acre wilderness preserve with endless adventure activities on site from rafting to rock climbing, and a sauna and outdoor hot tubs with stunning river views. All meals are prepared with organic products from the Confluencia farm: vegetables, fresh milk, eggs, meats, and hearty breads from whole grains harvested and stone-ground at the farm. ... more less
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