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Hospedaje Mi Rincon Reviews

Cabo Garcia 115, El Chalten, Argentina

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46 Total Reviews
  • 85%Value For Money
  • 86%Security
  • 90%Location
  • 86%Staff
  • 73%Atmosphere
  • 90%Cleanliness
  • 76%Facilities

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located not far from town centre and bus station. The room was rather small with no place to have ones breakfast.One would have to sit on the bed as no chairs or table . The staff recently employed had no clue, thought we stay one night when 2 night were booked.she provided a hot water kettle but no cups , spoons, coffee ,tea etc. The owner rectifyfied in the evening but next day just the same.


Elizabeth was very nice and accommodating. The double room is simple and clean with a large and clean bathroom (which is appreciated after a 10 hour day of hiking.)


very cosy bed & breakfast with a local family, which is very helpful with getting you trip organized. the rooms are great - very clean with heater and nice bathroom. muchas gracias, chantal y philippe


Best rooms we have stayed in so far. Look like a 4 star hotel room. Family is nice and helpful with directions around town, where to eat, and plans for hiking. Held our luggage in their home while we went hiking over night 2nights. Only remark is that, like other reviews say, there is absolutely no internet service, don't be fooled. But in their defense, it is more of a town issue than their issue. Tip- head to Hotel La Aldea at the beginning of town, grab a coffee/wine & use their internet.


The room was very nice and clean. The owner of the place gave us a map, explained the things to do and gave us very good information. For breakfast you get selfmade cake which you get to your room and can take it whenever you want. There is no place to stay and meet other people, there is only your room and the private house, which is the reception also. All in all it is a nice place to stay and we enjoyed it.


The rooms are in front of the main building. Thez are ok, the bathroom is very good. There is no breakfast included, but a small snack. You never know, when the snack will be served as they just put it in front of your room. But all in all the hostel is good.


Really lovely place! Bedrooms are fab, warm and comfy. Really clean. Big room with lovely bathroom. It's more of a B and B than a hostel so there aren't any communal areas and there isn't always someone available to speak to. Great that they leave breakfast outside your door so you can have it when you like. It's cake and tea, I think the addition of fruit would be good to make it a bit more wholesome and filling. Fab location. I would stay there again.


Owner and family are helpful in arranging tours/buses, and suggesting places to eat. Always pleasant and eager to assist. Elizabeth works hard to keep the B&B running smoothly. She bakes the BEST breads which she carefullyarranges on a table (along with teapot/coffee) outside the room each evening. So breakfast is ready whenever the guest wants it. Only criticism is that there was no closet or dresser in the room. Just a small bedside table and a few hanging hooks. Felt a bit cramped.


Great spot, Elzabeth is a great host

  • 2nd Dec 2013
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • New Zealand
  • Male, 31-40
  • (1 review)


Elisabeth really looked after us at Mi Rincon and made us feel at home. She was especially kind in catering to my girlfriends needs as a Celiac (gluten allergy), even making us popcorn as a trekking snack. Great place to stay!

  • 18th Nov 2013
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • Australia
  • Male, 25-30
  • (1 review)


We hoped to push our beds together in this small twin room, but there is no space to do so. We only met our friendly hostess on the 3rd day because she was away a lot, this was not a problem. The breakfast is not spectacular (just a few pieces of cake) but ok.

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