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Hotel Cacique Inacayal

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Lakeside hotel blending classic design with modern style, offering breathtaking views from its smart guestrooms, spa areas and comfortable lounges.

The lakeside Hotel Cacique Inacayal, a mix of classic design and smart modern style, makes the most of its spectacular location with an abundance of scenic viewpoints, both in and out of doors. All guestrooms have lake views, and wall-to-wall windows offer up enticing panoramas from the restaurant, lounge, wine bar and indoor swimming pool – even the gym enjoys a breathtaking vista. There's also a very attractive outdoor deck where you can unwind with a drink or snack as you look out over the shimmering sapphire waters of Nahuel Huapi and onwards to its crown of snow-flecked peaks.

Larger than it appears from the outside, the hotel has eight mezzanine-style floors, over which the neutrally furnished guestrooms are distributed. Each has a Jacuzzi tub. The hotel is just a 10-minute walk from the town centre but has the advantages of a quieter and more natural location; it even has a small private beach.

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What our clients say

  • Upgraded to a Junior Suite on arrival which was appreciated. Great views of the lake.

    CS, London
  • Thought we'd died an gone to heaven - incredible/amazing place

    PD, Birmingham
  • Really nice medium sized hotel. Good room and view. Excellent swimming pool and jacuzzi. We used the restaurant for dinner one night, and it was first class.

    SL, St Albans
  • "This was a great hotel, the rooms were designed as Swiss lodges and overlooked the lake, although our room did not have a lake view. Our only complaint would be that the rooms did not have air conditioning and were quite dark. If you have poor eyesight it is difficult to do your hair and makeup. they could do with a large mirror in the bedroom with a bright light. But, apart from that great. Breakfasts were great!"

    AW, Yarm
  • A fantastic holiday hotel. We had a wonderful lake-view room. The bar had highly relaxing deep armchairs and sofas where I was able to lounge and look out at the water fowl. I had a deep-tissue massage in the spa which helped to alleviate some aches and pains

    AC
  • Excellent pool. 

    PS, High wycombe
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Born in the Atacama Desert in northern Chile, Mary’s insider knowledge and dry sense of humour make her a highly valued member of the Tailor-made Holidays and Group Tour sales team.

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