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LLao Llao Hotel and Resort, Golf - Spa
Bariloche, ArgentinaEnter your email address and zip code for pricing and availability
Why Stay At LLao Llao Hotel and Resort, Golf - Spa
With its antler chandeliers, heated outdoor pool, and hilltop views of the Nahuel Huapi National Park, the sprawling Llao Llao Hotel & Resort in Bariloche, Argentina, may be South America's most elegant alpine hotel.
This vast 1940 Patagonian hotel is a historic monument—and an ideal base for an Andean adventure. When guests arrive at the airport (Bariloche is two hours from Buenos Aires by plane), they are ushered into a special arrivals lounge to wait for their transportation to the property, which is set on a hilltop between crystalline Lake Nahuel Huapi and smaller Lake Moreno. The 162 standard rooms and suites in the original Bustillo wing are compact and comfortably furnished in B&B style; the 43 best suites are set in the four-year-old Moreno Wing, with private Jacuzzis, modern design, large balconies, and breathtaking vistas of Lake Moreno and snowcapped Mount Tronador. The area is a paradise for hikers and bikers in the cool summers (December to March), a snowy wonderland for skiers during winter, and a gastronomes' paradise year round.
You can arrange for a three-hour guided horseback tour around Lake Moreno.
Don't miss the hotel's happy hour, every day from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. The antler chandeliers and deerskin chairs will make you feel like you're roughing it in high style.
Arrive at Teniente Luis Candelaría International Airport (BRC) which is approximately 20 miles from the hotel. Anticipate about 35 minutes of travel time.Av. Ezequiel Bustillo Km. 25, Bariloche, Río Negro, Argentina
Hotel FeaturesBack to Top Property Amenities
- Spa on property
- Wellness Programs
- Health Club
- 18-hole Golf Course
- Heated Indoor-Outdoor Pool
- Fitness Center
- Game Room
- Outdoor Activities
- Private Marina
- Kids' Club
- Babysitting Services
- Business Center
- Complimentary Wi-Fi
- Flat-screen TVs
- Cable TV
- Mini Bars
- In-Room Safes
- Laundry Service
- Air Conditioning (Morena Building only)
- 4 Restaurants
- Lobby Bar
- 2 person occupancy included in rate.
- Happy hour
- Access to fitness center
- Kids club
Why We Love Bariloche
Bariloche is Argentina's answer to the Alps, with miles of pine forests, vast mountain lakes, trout-filled streams, and log-cabin architecture.
Puerto Pañuelo, Llao Llao.
Six-hour rides from $50.
Where to Shop: Though Bariloche is better known for nature than retail therapy, Argentine chocolatier Mamuschka has its home base in a matryoshka doll-themed corner store.
Mitre 298 (at Rolando), San Carlos de Bariloche.
Where to Eat: Butterfly is a tiny, six-table fusion restaurant that serves a seven-course tasting menu of locally sourced ingredients—from sole to berries to Patagonian lamb—in an art-filled setting with a patio overlooking Nahuel Huapi lake.
Hua Huan 7831 (Bustillo, Km. 7.9), San Carlos de Bariloche.
Dinner for two $125.
Where to Drink: The owners of Cervecería Blest claim that its neo-Swiss structure is Argentina's first brewpub. Today, order up an artisanal brew made on the premises.
Bustillo, Km 11.6, San Carlos de Bariloche.
Drinks for two $12.
Why Go Now
March 3, 2012
Concert by Chango Spasiuk
Grammy-nominated Argentine musician Horacio "Chango" Spasiuk mixes Eastern European and Argentine chamamè on his accordion.
Bariloche Civic Center.
May 3, 2012
110th Anniversary of Bariloche
The city celebrates its birthday with a series of cultural and sporting events.
Throughout downtown Bariloche.
First week of September 2012
Snow Festival (Fiesta de la Nieve)
Traditional events, shows and the crowing of a queen commemorate this festival that has become an integral part of Bariloche's culture.