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Hosteria Del Viejo Molino

Avenida Bustillo, Km 6400, San Carlos Bariloche, 8400, Argentina

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About Hosteria Del Viejo Molino

check-in 2 PM | check-out 11 AM

Hosteria Del Viejo Molino offers the prudent guest with value for money San Carlos Bariloche lodging in the Lake Nahuel Huapi area,
Hosteria Del Viejo Molino offers the prudent guest with value for money San Carlos Bariloche lodging in the Lake Nahuel Huapi area, close to San Carlos Bariloches attractions. Television and Telephone are found in each guestroom. This San Carlos Bariloche hotel also provides Currency exchange and Ski storage onsite. When travelling to San Carlos Bariloche, Teniente Luis Candelaria International Airport is approximately 18.5 kilometres from Hosteria Del Viejo Molino.

Facilities offered in Hosteria Del Viejo Molino :

Hotel Facilities

Hosteria Del Viejo Molino Hotel policies

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.

Payment Mode You can pay now or you can pay at the hotel if your selected room type has this option.

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Hotel Policy

The primary guest checking in to the hotel must be at least 18 years of age. Children accompanying adults must be between 1-12 years.

It is mandatory for guests to present valid photo identification at the time of check-in.

In case of bookings where payment is charged directly at the hotel, we need your Credit Card details to guarantee the booking. The booking confirmation is subject to successful validation of your Credit Card by the hotel. MakeMyTrip will not charge your card; however, the hotel reserves the right to charge a part or full amount before the check-in.

The room tariff is inclusive of extra charges applicable for the children.

If your child requires additional bedding and/or breakfast options, please book them as an adult to ensure the correct room configuration. You will be notified of any additional costs resulting from individual hotel policies regarding children staying with parents and age range allowed

Early check-in or late check-out is subject to availability and may be chargeable by the hotel. The standard check-in time is 2 PM and the standard check-out time is 11 AM. After booking you will be sent an email confirmation with hotel phone number. You can contact the hotel directly for early check-in or late check-out.

The room tariff includes all taxes. The amount paid for the room does not include charges for optional services and facilities (such as room service, mini bar, snacks or telephone calls). These will be charged at the time of check-out.

The room tariff is inclusive of charges for extra bed for adults.

For any update, User shall pay applicable cancellation/modification charges.

Modified bookings will be subject to availability and revised booking policy of the Hotel.

The cancellation/modification charges are standard and any waiver is on the hotel's discretion.

Number of modifications possible on a booking will be on the discretion of MakemyTrip.

Selective offers of MakeMyTrip will not be valid on a cancellation or modification of booking.

Any e-coupon discount on the original booking shall be forfeited in the event of cancellation or modification.

User rating & reviews

Read about experiences of fellow travellers who have stayed at this hotel.

461 Reviews

EXCELLENT 27 reviews

VERY GOOD 12 reviews

AVERAGE 18 reviews

POOR 2 reviews

TERRIBLE 2 reviews

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Family Traveller

25 Mar 2017

mariapsych

Run down and dirty! Weeds growing out from skirting boards, linen dirty and stained! Carpet and room dirty, although staff vacuumed upon request. No air conditioning. Will not return and will certainly not recommend it.

Janine025

Couples Traveller

03 Oct 2011

We wouldn't have chosen it

As a young couple travelling to a foreign country we wouldn't have picked this hotel. The hotel came with our package and wasn't what we had expected. The people who run the hotel are very nice and helpful but it just wasn't for us. A family atmosphere this hotel is perfect for large families, locals or older couples. The intimate attention made us feel awkward and the drives in the owner's personal car were not what we expected as 'private transfers'. Neither in town or on the slopes there is little to do around the hotel in the evening and so we would have preffered to be nearer to the restuarants and shops of the ski village or downtown Bariloche. The beds were also very hard and we weren't allowed to eat in our rooms which was rather dissapointing.

FunLife09

Friends getaway Traveller

22 Feb 2009

What a pleasure!

It is a very elegant and comfortable place that invites you to relax and to enjoy yourself while spending your holidays in Bariloche. It has a lovely deck with a pool and an amazing restaurant with the best food ever. Everything is delicious! It is very important to point out that the service was absolutely incredible and that the people at the front desk were helpful in many different ways. The rooms and the bathrooms were extremely clean, which is always a must when choosing a hotel. Moreover, they were cozy and tasteful! All in all, it was a complete success no doubt!!!

From_Rio

Family Traveller

29 Dec 2007

Have returned several times

I have been coming back to the Hosteria del Viejo Molino after my first experience there many years ago. The hotel is clean, the rooms are cozy and comfortable, and the food is great and served in a charming, wooden dining room with views of the outside garden. Guests quickly feel at home in the well-decorated and charming dependencies and are extremely well looked after by the attentive staff. Besides the impeccable service, the key point to this hotel is its owners, Gustavo and Maria Eugenia, a couple that I believe perhaps invented the word: Hospitality. They cut no corners in making their guests feel at home, and attend to every need that may arise, something you don't see in any other hotels, anywhere. From driving their guests to the ski slopes, to skiing with the beginners, to guiding them around town and preparing impromptu fondue and raclette parties, to driving guests to and from the airport and suggesting the best and correct buys in town they make a stay at El Viejo Molino unforgettable. I usually go winters to enjoy Bariloche's wonderful skiing but I have also been in the summer when the views are unsurpassable. Gustavo even took us fishing in a memorable afternoon, going through the trouble of putting his boat on the water just for us. Nowadays I cannot think of going to Bariloche and staying anywhere else. The staff at El Viejo Molino has truly become a major part of the Bariloche experience. It is a place that truly feels like home away from home.

Argentine-tourist

Couples Traveller

24 Mar 2007

European charm, extraordinary ....

If you are driving along the road that connects the city of Bariloche with the boat tour docks at Puerto Pa?uelo or the elegant Llao Llao hotel, you can't miss the structure of the old white windmill on the right (see photos). In fact, the windmill is still used to host private raclette (melted cheese and vegetables) dinners for up to 9 guests. Next to it stands the Hosteria, built some decades ago but still charming for its Old World style. The whitewashed walls, the wooden beam ceilings, the dark wooden furniture, the thick walls (no noise from other rooms) give the rooms a flavor that modern hotels lack. Sure, the rooms are on the smallish side, the bathrooms have plain white tiles and the windows were designed to keep the heat inside in winter, rather than to let the landscape in (leaning out through our window we could see the Nahuel Huapi lake some 300 yards away). But all the basics are there: King-size bed, plenty of closet space, 20" TV screen, coat hangers at the entrance to the room, good heating, writing desk and chair, thick towels, bathroom amenities. Breakfast was served in the Swiss-style dining room, by Maria, who after the first morning learnt what my husband and I took for breakfast and served it without asking. The fare is toast made from French bread slices, scones and croissants, accompanied by all the butter and home made jam you can eat, plus ham and cheese and plenty of freshly squeezed orange juice. We also decided to have dinner there once. In the morning we checked the menu, chose what we wanted for dinner and told Maria what time we wanted to eat. At the established time, Maria called us to the dining room where we were served without any delays. The system works well. I have left for the end what really sets this hotel apart from others: the care given to guests which makes them feel part of the family. The owner, Gustavo, was attentive to all our needs and ready to volunteer not only information but also help. On one of the four days we stayed there, we went outside to wait for the bus to go to the Catedral ski centre (buses to Llao Llao, Catedral and Bariloche city centre stop at the door of the hotel). He got on his minivan and drove us there so that we wouldn't waste time waiting for the bus. We thanked him for the favour, although it certainly was not necessary. Therefore, it did not surprise us when, on checking out, Gustavo loaded our luggage on the minivan and took us to catch our bus out of Bariloche. My husband and I stayed here in March, which is the low season when there are not many tourists around, although the weather is perfect and the days are still long (there is sunshine up to 7 in the evening). We paid $150 (50 US dollars) per night for a double room with breakfast included, so we consider it was excellent value for what we paid. I hear that prices go up during the high season (December to February, which is summer holidays, and July to September, which is the skiing season). However, Gustavo must have made a good impression not only on us: you can see all the skiing equipment left by the hotel's patrons. They return every year and so never bother to take their skis with them: Gustavo takes care of them until the following winter. If you are planning to ski, you are better off at this hotel, which is closer to the ski slopes than Bariloche itself. And there are two minivans to convey skiers to the slopes. All included in the price. The hotel boasts several different activity areas (reading room, two living rooms, bar, pool room) and a swimming pool (which is heated in winter ). My husband and I only used the reading room, where we found several shelves of books, in Spanish and in English. My husband started reading a book which he hadn't finished when it was time for us to leave, but Gustavo encouraged him to take it with him. We will be returning the book to an address in the city of Buenos Aires. There are many 4-star hotels in and around Bariloche, so you can take your pick if you feel like splurging. But if you are looking for that special extra that makes a hotel memorable, and you are cost-conscious, you can't go wrong by choosing the Old Windmill.

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