Bariloche is bathed by the clear waters of Lake Nahuel Huapi and is located on the West of the Province of Río Negro, 1,640 km from Buenos Aires City.
Founded in 1902, San Carlos de Bariloche owes its name to Carlos Wiederhold. The name is itaken from the term 'Vuriloche' and refers to the natives of the area located to the west of the Andes mountain range.
Since then, Bariloche has turned into one of the main tourist destinations in Argentina. Bariloche hotels and apartments are plentiful.
Hosteria Sur offers you 18 cozy rooms, with a hotel-like service. It is located in the heart of the city center, in front of the Cathedral and only 15 minutes from the Cathedral Mountain (Cerro Catedral).
Mascardi Hotel is located at the shore of 'Mascardi Lake' (Lago Mascardi) also known as 'Seven Colors Lake' (Lago 7 Colores). It is surrounded by Andean mountains and autoctone, Patagonian leafy forest.
Hosteria Las Vertientes is a 3 star accommodation. This guesthouse is privileged by natural surroundings by forest of cipres and pine trees, offering solace and privacy.
Punta Condor is an stylish resort located at the Cathedral Mountain (Cerro Catedral). The apartments are very spacious, and most of them have balconies and an amazing view.