La Cascada Casa Patagonica
Beautifully situated hotel with a pleasantly secluded feel and a traditional, rather English style which makes one soon feel at home.
We love La Cascada’s setting, perched high above the shore of Lake Nahuel Huapi in Argentina’s lake district, and there’s a rather English familiarity to its appearance which makes one soon feel at home.
The hotel is conveniently located a short drive from downtown Bariloche, yet feels pleasantly secluded. La Cascada’s style is traditional, without quirky design features or boutique pretentions, and guestrooms are cosy and comfortable. For a lake view you should book a superior room, but everyone can enjoy splendid views from the hotel’s terrace and restaurant.
There’s an attractive indoor pool, and the lakeshore is just a short, steep walk down from the hotel.
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