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When you stay at Hosteria Helsingfors in Estancia Helsingfors, you'll be 14 minutes by foot from Viedma Lake. Featured amenities include dry cleaning/laundry services, a 24-hour front desk, and luggage storage. A roundtrip airport shuttle is complimentary (available 24 hours).
Pros: Incredible setting, at the end of a 75km dirt road, away from everything, on the side of lake Viedma. Wonderfull staff. Very inventive chef taking into consideration the remote location (wildlife all around the hosteria itself). Great guided hikes on foot or on horse-back. Free shuttle from/to El Calafate. Very cosy location, confortable. I felt really privileged that we were the only guest when we stayed there. It made the experience even more exceptional. This place has a specific history and you will learn about it in your discussions with your guide.
Cons: Of course, the price tag is steep, no doubt about it. It is however all-inclusive (accommodation, transport, all meals, activities) and the staff is very dedicated to make sure you have a memorable stay.
Pros: For such a remote place it is very surprising that they are able to provide this kind of 5-star experience. In order to enjoy this place, book at least two nights, if you can afford it three would be even better. In this beautiful location we did our most favourite hike in our Patagonia trip: Laguna Azul. We were very fortunate with three days of great weather, so that may have helped :-). The staff is amazing: friendly, caring, helpful. The stay includes breakfast, lunch and dinner. And non-alcoholic drinks. When ordening beer and wine, note that the prices are higher than in the rest of Argentina, but doable. All the food was perfect. The rooms were very comfortable, with a nice bed and sitting corner, and a large bedroom. We had room 9. Everything was super-clean. If you come with your own car, and it is small, please check upfront if the road allows the trip. We were fine, because it didn’t rain, but it still took us 3 hours to get over the stoney 70 kilometers to the Hosteria. Not a punishment, as the views are constantly amazing. But if you are not up for it, book a transfer. They inform you about the details in your confirmation.
Cons: We should have booked an extra night :-).
Pros: The experience is like being a coddled guest in someone's beautiful home in the middle of a breathtaking landscape. You're fed wonderful meals and treated to an unforgettable horseback ride up to one of Patagonia's most scenic glaciers. Even getting there -- a two hour drive along an unpaved road skirting the south side of Lago Viedma is an adventure. I would vote to have it paved but then the tourists would arrive in droves and this paradise would be spoiled.
Pros: Friendly staff, wholesome meals, fab lounge room with a roasting fire (great for meeting other guests). The amazing and remote location makes you feel like you are exploring the scenery by yourself.
Cons: Rooms are a bit dated, and the activities are pre-organised, we didn’t have the option of changing activities on a bad weather day.