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All reviewsminute walksheep herdingseparate companylobby area isrustic hotelcontrol the temperaturebreads and pastriesrustic feelthe staff was friendly and helpfulmiddle of towndowntown el calafatean upgraderestaurants and shopslamblate at nightfour nightscomfortable rooms
I stayed in November 2017, 2 nights. The hotel itself is nice, it's a ranch theme. There are actual sheep and horses outside, really nice to to see. My bed though was broken in half, literally. The right side was about a foot slanted down...More
This review is for rooms 103 and 106, which were a stone´s throw away from the reception. We were a family of 4 adults who stayed between December 11 and 13.
Our 15-minute drive from the airport was nice, although there wasn´t much to see....More
The hotel is located about 10 min walk to the Main Street of El Calafate. The rooms are good in size but lack of little things, like a place to put a second towel or a garbage can in the room. All carpet rooms, with...More
Thehotel is in a Estancia (Farm) close to the center - 15-20 min. walk.
Nice building, large lobby, good breakfast, very nice staff.
Rooms are quite large, but double beds are very narrow. There is no fridge, internet was erratic
The restaurant is average.
We got to Kau Yatun by mistake. we had to change our plans due to a strike of Aerolinias Argentinas, and what a great change it was.
First of all the location. It is located in an estancia (ranch). The view from the room's windows...More
I am sorry to say we did not do any shopping while in El Calafate. But the hotel is within easy walking distance of the town and there is one main road that has tons of local art stores. I would ask the locals when you... More
I am sorry to say we did not do any shopping while in El Calafate. But the hotel is within easy walking distance of the town and there is one main road that has tons of local art stores. I would ask the locals when you arrive for their recommendations.