Finding an ideal romantic small hotel in Puerto Piramides does not have to be difficult. Welcome to The Paradise, a nice option for travellers like you.
As your “home away from home,” the small hotel rooms offer air conditioning, and getting online is easy, with public wifi available.
Guests have access to a concierge and room service while staying at The Paradise. In addition, The Paradise offers free breakfast, which will help make your Puerto Piramides trip additionally gratifying. And, as an added convenience, there is free parking available to guests.
While in Puerto Piramides be sure to experience nearby cafes such as El Origen or Camellia - Almacen de Cosas Ricas y Lindas.
If you’re looking for something to do, Puerto Piramides (0.0 km) is a nice way to spend some time, and it is within walking distance of The Paradise.
The Paradise puts the best of Puerto Piramides at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
Don't expect them to make your bed, they will just tidy up a bit the upper sheet and leave the rest the same. Toilet roll? oh yes, you will get one at the beginning but apparently refills are not included. And my favorite, even when you tell them 3 of your group is gluten and dairy free they won't' provide any food so breakfast is limited to whatever you can forage from the fruit basket and if you are lucky, and they don't run out of eggs some sort of omelette or scrambled egg. I had to take my kids to the lovely cafe origen every morning to get something to eat. We stayed for 4 nights, one would expect even if they forgot on day 1 they could have made some effort on day 4. No. On day 4 they didn't even have eggs so me and my children shared the only apple left in the fruit basket and walked somewhere else. Aircons are noisy AF and its the only heating they have so better bring your flannels! Don't go there, go to a nicer place like the Hosteria Tia Alicia (which we discovered while walking around town and found lovely).…
First the positives the rooms are fine, Unfortunately we had 2 negative experiences neither of which were managed well by the team. Firstly we arrived very late and checked in, this was our first stop on arriving in Argentina so when we were asked to pay the bill in full on arrival we didn't think much of it. However on checking the receipt in the morning we realised we'd paid more than originally quoted for our booking. When we questioned this at breakfast they explained the amount was higher due to the tax. We then queried this as we were tourists we were exempt from tax. The lady agreed to speak to her manger. Over the next 2 days we then had a series of conversations with different staff members during which various excuses were given culminating in the final one which was the hotel policy was only to offer the tax free rate if you paid by credit card. We immediately said we were happy to pay by card if we could have the cash back, but they said they were unable to as they closed the cash box every 24 hours (!?!) They then finally said they would give us the money as a credit for the restaurant but due to the earlier food poisoning incident (below) and the fact we only had one night left by the time they offered that (we had stayed for 5 nights), we declined. We understand it was our responsibility to check the bill, but the way they dealt with our query dragging it out over several days and us having to constantly ask for updates left us feeling we'd been scammed. This was not helped by the fact we ate in the restaurant on one evening and I ordered the scallops, which were served half cooked, half still frozen in the middle. I only realised when I bit into the middle of one which were still frozen. We sent them back and got (I presume) the same scallops back this time, thoroughly cooked through but I then had a poorly tummy over the next 24 hours. All in all, not terrible accommodation in piramides where options are limited, but not an experience we'd recommend. …
This hotel is perfect for vacation. This is clean and the staff is very welcoming. The food is good (just the fries could be home made and it would be perfect). The view from the room is stinning, you can see the whales. The bed is hudge. You can ear slightly too much the noise from the neighbours' rooms. The breakfast is simple and efficient.
My husband and I stayed at Hosteria Paradise for one week. The hosteria is located in the main street of the small Puerto Piramides. The staff is very kind and nice. The hotel is clean and well maintained. Rooms are a bit small, but very clean and comfortable. There was TV, a small fridge, a safe, a wardrobe in the room, ar conditioning, and a heater. The bathroom is nice, the shower is very good, and there is a hair dryer. There is complimentary shampoo, conditioner and soap. We had good wifi internet connection in our room, although we heard some rooms did not have good signal. The restaurant of the hotel is quite good. Breakfast is simple but good, with bread, cake, apples, orange juice, coffee, tea, milk, jams, and, in some days, cheese and ham. We also had one lunch and three dinners in the hotel restaurant, and food was ok in all meals. There are also good and affordable options of wines, especially malbec.…
Mixed feelings as accommodation not great Stayed here for 2 nights, room 1 on the ground floor, compact with ensuite bathroom which did have a very noisy extractor and not a pleasant smell unfortunately. However Breakfast is very good with plenty of choice friendly team especially Puti whose English is excellent we celebrated New Year with them last night full house with good food and wine. If TA had a good rating this would have been a fairer reflection.