Ratings based on 4 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
3.8 Room cleanliness
4.0 Service & staff
3.2 Room comfort
3.0 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby usa tourist
Ski hotel in the mountain villagePosted Jul 4, 2013
Pros: Yuan, the person responsible for tourism is great and a key person for your trip. He's available mornings and evenings in the lobby.
Cons: A small games room etc could help the overall experience.
Location: Good mountain village location for skiing..short car ride away. No snow last week, so best plan August skiing to be more certain of snow.
Not enough snow to open Cerro Catedral ski resort last week unfortunately. The hotel is as listed..a basic 3 star hotel with no frills. Very friendly staff who try to help.
for Everyoneby Renee from Ft. Myers, FL
Close to ski area Cerro CathedralPosted Jul 1, 2013
Pros: If we could have skied location would have been good. Juan the concierige was great - very helpful. Evening event - bon fire was fun
Cons: Hotel was old and delapidated. Pool was half filled and frozen, no restaurant for dinner. Hard to find especially at night.
Location: WE took an overnight trip to Chili, WE did a beautiful hike to waterfall and beach nearby. Went into Bariloche and to Llao, Llao
We went in late June and there was not enough snow to ski . Too early in the season.
for Familiesby Karol & Gabriel from Orlando, Florida
Old hotel but cozzyPosted Jul 21, 2012
Hotel is old however cozzy. WIFI never worked, and everyday was promised it would next day. We left and never worked. All beds is the room are individual beds. Hotel is great for families. I do not recommend young people staying at the cerro cathedral because after 8 pm there is nothing do to, instead mid town would be better.
for Everyoneby fat sid from montreal
remote but tranquil and beautifulPosted Feb 6, 2012
Cons: hard to find
this place has everything going for it except convenience. it's 11 km from the center of town, accessible by public bus for not much money and the schedule is fairly convenient. and the location is one of south america's first class ski resorts, at the foot of a magnificent peak to which people come for day hikes in the summer. but the services are mainly closed during the summer, the streets are badly marked, and the inn itself has no sign outside. my friend and i arrived at about 5pm and spent an hour and a half hiking around on dirt roads trying to find the place. if it weren't for the basic patience and generosity of the argentine people we would still be looking. if you want peace, fantastic scenery and quiet and can get good directions (google maps and earth?) and can deal with the transportation from town it's great. the breakfast was good and the gentleman at the desk was helpful with some of our computer problems.