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A few weeks ago we spent three days with Alfredo at his wonderful hotel/B&B about three kilometers outside of El Chalten. Alfredo is a generous and welcoming host who clearly enjoys getting to know his guests. The setting is spectacular and our room was large,...More
We chose Estancia La Quinta as it seemed more authentically Patagonian than anything in El Chalten "proper", which is a 30-year old pop-up town with a great location but not much else. We were delighted by ELQ. Comfortable, family-run, with calfs, sheep and cats wandering...More
The owner Alfredo is super friendly and helpful as is his staff. Nice breakfast in the morning. Bar in the evening for a drink.
Beds are very comfortable and rooms are spartan but clean. Only knock was wifi was not working.
We stayed at the Estancia La Quinta in early March 2017 and were very satisfied with the accommodation. Alfredo was very welcoming and took the time to explain to us the various hiking options in El Chalten. You can actually hike right up to Mirador...More
We had a wonderful stay at Estancia La Quinta while hiking in El Chalten. This is a family run operation and we were made to feel so incredibly welcomed and at home. The owner's English is excellent and he was extremely helpful providing an overview...More
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You can order a bag lunch to take with you which includes a sandwich, a cereal bar, a hard boiled egg, an apple, a bottle f water and some hard candies. I can't remember the price, but it was reasonable. There are also shops... More
You can order a bag lunch to take with you which includes a sandwich, a cereal bar, a hard boiled egg, an apple, a bottle f water and some hard candies. I can't remember the price, but it was reasonable. There are also shops in town and Che Empanadas.