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Hosteria Senderos

Calle Perito F P Moreno 35, El Chalten Z9301ACL Argentina
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#8 of 20 hotels in El Chalten
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At the very doors of El Chalten, within Los Glaciares National Park, at the foot of the Fitz Roy Hill, Senderos Hosteria is waiting for you. Of typical Patagonian architecture, inspired in antique farms from 1920 and with all the modern hotel comfort, Senderos Hosteria offers guests the unique experience to feel and live this outstanding spirit reflected in decoration and mainly shown by the warm and personalized service of its professional staff. The 21 rooms and other spaces in Senderos Hosteria have been designed to offer guests warmth, privacy and peace of mind during their stay. Senderos Hosteria, the ideal place to live Your experience in Patagonia. services Senderos Hosteria gives its guests the following services: • Buffet American Breakfast • Wine Bar • Log fireplace corner • Reading room • Bilingual Receptionists • Room Service • Lunchbox • Laundry Service • Transfer in out • Excursions, horseback ridings and trekkings information
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Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Free breakfast
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Non-smoking hotel
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English, French, Spanish, German
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ImmerWandern wrote a review Apr 2020
Palos Heights, Illinois7204 contributions1277 helpful votes
We enjoyed our 2-night stay at Hosteria Senderos, our base for tackling the famous Laguna de los Tres hike. The hotel in El Chalten, Hosteria Senderos, was rustic and cozy with friendly staff. The lobby / dining area was snug and fairly packed in the mornings with fellow hikers getting ready to set out for the day. Buffet breakfast was included with the reservation. Our room was on the first floor just off to the right from the lobby; while this was a good thing in that we did not have to carry our gear bags very far but it meant there was a fair amount of noise. But it didn’t bother on our second night as we slept a deep sleep following our exhausting hike to Laguna de los Tres. The room was tiny as was the bathroom. The bed was comfy. There was no street noise to bother us and while a building was being constructed next door there was no working going on at night. The safe was tiny, certainly not big enough for a laptop, just enough for a standard iPad. We decided to have a late evening snack and wine; upon the suggestion of our server we bought a bottle of Patagonian red wine, had one glass each and saved the rest of the bottle for our dinner the next day (see below). As has been noted the hotel is located right at the entrance to the small town, after crossing the river Rio Fitz Roy, turning right off the traffic circle. There is a restaurant in the hotel but we decided to walk around the town and eat elsewhere that first evening. The downside to its peripheral location made itself felt the following evening. Nearly exhausted after having completed our Laguna de los Tres hike we were a little annoyed that the hotel was literally on the other side of town, 1.8 kilometers away. Granted what was one more mile after the many we had already put behind us? Furthermore, as our guide cheerfully reminded us, it was all flat and paved to the hotel. We had reserved our dinner at Hosteria for 7:30pm after freshening up following our strenuous hike to Laguna de los Tres; we had correctly assumed we would not be in any shape or mood to walk back into town after that hike. Upon our return they informed us that a group of 17 had also reserved that time for their dinner and suggested that we start earlier at 7 or at a later time after the group dinner. We could also keep the time but with the understanding that the service by the small kitchen might be slowed by having to cater to the large group. We appreciated their offer and took the earlier spot and our food arrived promptly and well-prepared. The hotel certainly felt appropriate for the frontier town feeling of El Chalten. WiFi was spotty, not just in Hosteria Senderos, but also at another restaurant in town. The ATM at the bus stop did not function.
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Date of stay: October 2019Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Willa K wrote a review Mar 2020
Scottsbluff, Nebraska13 contributions2 helpful votes
We were at the Senderos when we received the notice that we needed to make arrangements to leave Argentina. The staff at this hotel were very kind and helpful. A young lady at the desk helped us get new airline reservations to Buenos Aires. The Hosteria was very clean, food was good and I am sorry we had to leave a day early. We were all very stressed but we had many Argentine Angels that helped us. WK
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Date of stay: March 2020
Leo H wrote a review Mar 2020
Canberra, Australia187 contributions90 helpful votes
A pleasant place to stay in Chalten. The room was warm and cosy, the staff were great and it was within walking distance of many restaurants and other shops. In the this part of the world every thing is a bit expensive so don’t be put off by the price.
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Date of stay: March 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Studd2710 wrote a review Feb 2020
Greater London, United Kingdom401 contributions133 helpful votes
So this is a comfortable hotel on the edge of town. Easy walk everywhere as 15 minutes from one end to the other. No longer the top hotel but still charging top dollar for rooms that are small with little sound insulation between the walls. Mattresses not the firmest. Simple breakfast but no other service really offered. We did not eat dinner here.
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Date of stay: February 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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ns247 wrote a review Feb 2020
London, United Kingdom35 contributions18 helpful votes
At over $200 a night we were disappointed to find that our Premium room was tiny and had a bath that was only just over a metre long and no plug (so thank goodness we had our own) and the sink just 32cm by 23cm. Like being on a boat. I think the thing that saddened us the most was that they did not even give us water glasses in the room (much more Important than the silly chocolate on the pillow). All that said, the bed was comfortable and the place was very clean. The waiter in the restaurant was lovely, as was the lady who helped at breakfast. The food was good. But this was the first time in Argentina we had that feeling that the hotel was trying to chisel every last peso out of us. They asked us to pay upfront for the room when we arrived - unusual. But El Chalten is expensive like a ski resort and one must assume that this is the going rate for such a room. Just don’t have any illusions. OK so day two the weather was lovely, the walk was fantastic. Make no mistake El Chalten is awesome. But… it seems they can’t turn off the heating in this hotel (as previous postings will testify). This is a failing of the owners, not the people in reception. Also very wasteful. Our room was like a sauna. We complained and were given a fan. But.. top tip… the windows which normally only open about 10 cm can be fully opened by twisting the key on both sides. Gave us a good night’s sleep which enabled us to enjoy our second day.
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Date of stay: February 2020
USD 132 - USD 248 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Frequently Asked Questions about Hosteria Senderos
Which popular attractions are close to Hosteria Senderos?
Nearby attractions include Glaciar Huemul (0.3 km), Patagonia Hikes (0.3 km), and Chorillo del Salto (0.3 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Hosteria Senderos?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and an on-site restaurant.
What food & drink options are available at Hosteria Senderos?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Hosteria Senderos?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Hosteria Senderos?
Conveniently located restaurants include La Vineria, Maffia Trattoria, and La Chocolateria Josh Aike.
Is Hosteria Senderos located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.4 km away from the centre of El Chalten.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Hosteria Senderos?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, Spanish, French, and German.
Does Hosteria Senderos have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the city view available here.