The Appart Hotel Las Piedras in San Carlos Bariloche is situated in the heart of the city offering a panoramic view of Lake Nahuel
The Appart Hotel Las Piedras in San Carlos Bariloche is situated in the heart of the city offering a panoramic view of Lake Nahuel Huapi and the surrounding mountains. Conveniently close to art galleries, the entertainment district with chic bars, restaurants and nightclubs is just a short distance away. Amenities at the hotel include a restaurant, swimming pool and beauty treatments. This hotel is ideal for business travelers with a business center and a golf course on site.
Check in/out Hotel Check-in Time is 2 PM, Check-out Time is 11 AM.
Cancellation Policy Cancellation and prepayment policies vary according to room type. Please check the Fare policy associated with your room.
Extra Bed The inclusion of extra bed with a booking is facilitated with a folding cot or a mattress as an extra bed.
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User rating & reviews
Read about experiences of fellow travellers who have stayed at this hotel.
EXCELLENT 16 reviews
VERY GOOD 15 reviews
AVERAGE 7 reviews
POOR 3 reviews
TERRIBLE 5 reviews
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06 Apr 2018
Muy buen hotel.
Muy prolijo, buena limpieza, personal muy amable, desayuno modesto.
Nos hospedamos en una habitación con vista al lago, espectacular! Habitación amplia, con un ventanal grande con una vista increíble.
15 Mar 2015
We wanted something inexpensive near downtown as we only had one short night to try the supposedly, nice sweets and heart food of Bariloche. Perhaps blinded by the closeness to the lake we took a room with a view in haste.
Back from the excellent coffee and very good sweets we had a closer look to our humble adobe, and humble it was.
Mismatched furniture, noisy fridge (couldn't unplug it, as two cables, no earth, were tapped to the plug and went into a home in the wall), flaky paint, worn carpet, for lock held with tape (not even transparent to make it less conspicuous), etc.
On the plus side, the bed sheets were clean and the view was good. But keep the window closed as it is a busy street on a Saturday night.
All in all, it feels that they bought second hand furniture, put it on a room when if didn't fit, and everything else was fixed by the cousin of the janitor.
23 Jun 2013
TYPICAL MOUNTAIN ESCAPE HOTEL.
Wonderful family oriented hotel,where most rooms are well known for large 3 bedrooms duplexs.Located in the middle of downtown,easy access to all shops,transportation and organized tours to the mountains and fomous georgeous Nahuel Huapi lake for a brezze escape and relaxing time.Great atmosfere for a nice family and friends escape all year around,specially during the summer time (january).
03 Feb 2009
Very basic hotel with large ro....
This is more like a youth hostel than a hotel. The rooms are in bad shape, bad paints, no electrical outlets next to the bed.
Most of the appliances in the kitchen don't work and there are no ustensils.
Breakfast is mediocre.
Location is wonderful with great view of the lake. Must be a good place to stay if you ski and you are coming with a group of young friends and try to get a very inexpensive hotel. However, we paid something like 80 dollars in December and it was not worth it
25 Jan 2007
Avoid Las Piedras At All Costs
My wife and I recently visited Patagonia for 10 days as part of a longer Argentine vacation. Our experience was lovely in all respects except for one glaring, abysmally disappointing exception: the Hotel Las Piedras in Bariloche. We had booked the hotel based on its central, lakeside location, its pleasant appearance from the photos on the internet, and its advertising (with a photo) of a sumptuous breakfast. When we got to the hotel, the lobby was a good deal shabbier looking than the online photos promised. But it was when we got to our room that our hearts really sank. The paint was peeling everywhere, the threadbare carpet was full of cigarette burn holes, the walls and ceiling were splattered with brown and yellow stains, and the ancient, torn curtains hung loosely from bent rods and covered only 2/3 of the harsh streetlights outside the windows. Later, when we tried to make a call from the old rotary-dial phone, we got the front desk, who informed us that no calls outside the hotel could be made from the rooms. The entire place looked like it hadn't had a single day of maintenance since the 1970s, and the small refrigerator ratled and rumbled so loudly that we immediately unplugged it. Then we discovered that both the toilet and bathroom sink leaked copiously, requiring us to place a towel on the bathroom floor. We considered asking for another room, but ours at least had a lake view, and the others we had seen on our walk down the dark hallway (two lightbulbs were burned out in the hall, and remained so during the three days we stayed there) looked even more battered and gloomy. The next morning we went down to the dining room, hoping that the breakfast feast depicted online might redeem our miserable room to some extent. Unfortunately, the actual breakfast bore no resemblance whatsoever to the photos we'd seen. Chipped pitchers of Tang, not orange juice, sat next to a tray of stale medialunes. There were a few slices of lukewarm ham next to cheddar cheese that had clearly spent the night uncovered, with dried edges curling up. A few odd muffins and a pot of weak coffee completed the sad display. None of the fresh fruit, juice, pastries, fresh breads, or other delicacies shown online ever materialized. Finally, completing the pervasive unpleasantness of the place, the young woman who staffed the front desk in the morning and afternoon was was incredibly rude for our entire stay, almost comically so, invariably replying to our greetings and questions with only a cold, fishy stare. I want to emphasize that my wife and I are highly agreeable, easy-to-please travelers, and that we were delighted with the rest of our Argentine vacation. The Hotel Las Piedras was such a miserable exception to the rest of our experience, though, that I felt complelled to write this review. Even in high summer (January/February), when Bariloche is jammed with tourists and lodging can be harder to find, travelers are advised to avoid this absolutely awful hotel at all costs.