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About Kenton Palace Hotel
check-in 2 PM | check-out 11 AM
Situated close to Centro Civico (civic centre), a renowned landmark and the most traditional square in the city, the Kenton Palace
Situated close to Centro Civico (civic centre), a renowned landmark and the most traditional square in the city, the Kenton Palace Hotel is well set 3 blocks from the Nahuel Huapi Lake, shopping dining and tourist attractions in the centre of San Carlos de Bariloche City. Set in a convenient location, this San Carlos hotel serves as an excellent base from which visitors can explore the city.
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Check in/out Hotel Check-in Time is 2 PM, Check-out Time is 11 AM.
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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 54 reviews
VERY GOOD 171 reviews
AVERAGE 173 reviews
POOR 66 reviews
TERRIBLE 21 reviews
23 Jan 2018
Hot and noisy
The rooms facing the street is a nightmare. Traffic is heavy until late night. In the weekend, there is a street party all night long.... Very loud, and lots of cars with loud music. We did not sleep until 3 am.
Cleaning is mediocre. One day we arrived to our room at 3 pm, only to find our untouched. When it was cleaned, we had to wait for towels until 6 pm.... they wash the old ones first, and then you get them back.
No linen on the pillows, forgot toilet paper, two hairdryer broke down to name a few examples.
Staff is friendly and some Welsh are spoken. Good wifi.
Breakfast was the same every day for five days. Pillows rock hard. Tv has only one English speaking channel.
No ac and no ceiling fan, so to hot to sleep.
Only upside is location, near some great restaurants.
Friends getaway Traveller
28 Feb 2018
Decent Option in the Center of....
Kenton Palace is just off the main square in Bariloche, and it is central to everything. Restaurants, main street, the lake, and everything else are just outside the door. Breakfast is served daily and the rooms are fairly standard. I found the cleaning staff to be incredibly noisy in the morning, and the desk staff wasn't particularly friendly or helpful, but overall the location makes this hotel a good choice.
This hotel advertises a pool and spa but the hours are so limited I wasn't able to use either my entire stay. As with most places in this area of Patagonia wifi is spotty and unreliable.
Solo travel Traveller
01 Jan 2018
Very good staying
Stayed for new years eve in this hotel. Staying was very confortable; hotel is clean, service is good and the best part is the location.
The street is quiet but it is only 1 block away from Civic Centre and Mitre street where there s a lot to do and see.
My only complain is about the bathroom, it could be better. After you take a shower, all bathroom is wet..
04 Apr 2018
not particularly good
After good hotels in Peru and Chile, we were disappointed with this hotel, poorly furnished very small rooms and staff who didn't seem very interested in us. That said, they staff were much nicer than their counterparts at the Kenton Palace Buenos Aires!! The one meal we had was very average, and again, not on a par with our experience in Peru, Chile, and later on, Brazil
12 Mar 2018
The bedroom was very small and clean (apart from grubby curtains), with just enough room to walk around the bed, and was simply decorated. Small bathroom with not enough room to put everything, but with an adequate shower. We had a partial lake view even though the hotel was facing “the wrong way” in the centre of town. The breakfast room was airy and spacious, but there was an over-reliance on very sweet pastries and cakes.
Check-in was over-officious, bureaucratic and tedious in that far more information was asked for than anywhere else we have been in Latin America , including age and occupation (the former was in our passports, the latter was none of their business). We were then confronted with an unexpected tourist tax of $45 (£1.60) per person per night and the Receptionist insisted on reading out a long list of hotel regulations, like a 1950s landlady, before we could go to our room.
As a final negative comment – you have to climb a flight of external stairs to reach the lobby; it was bad enough getting all the luggage up, but how would a disabled person cope?