Estancia La Quinta
Comfortable estancia-style hotel within Los Glaciares National Park – a quirkier and more typically Patagonian alternative to the conventional hotels in town.
Modelling itself on an estancia, this hotel is nevertheless surprisingly businesslike with a wide range of facilities and neat, spotless interiors. It is located a little way out of town, within Los Glaciares National Park, which gives it a calm and secluded atmosphere and allows you immediate access to the extraordinary wilderness right on your doorstep.
Set within gardens below rugged hills which frame an iconic view of the Fitz Roy massif, Estancia La Quinta is a great base for hiking. Décor is on the old-fashioned side, but rooms are comfortable and La Quinta makes for a quirkier and more typically Patagonian alternative to the conventional hotels in town. Its owners take care to ensure you have a memorable stay.
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