Please be aware that hotels do get booked in advance during Patagonia's peak season, so we would absolutely recommend that you book anywhere you're definitely keen to stay ahead of travelling, or risk disappointment!
Estancia Puema Hue
Inside the Nahuel Huapi National Park, Argentina's oldest Estancia Peuma Hue lies at the heart of the Argentinean Lake District.
Conveniently located near Bariloche, but with a unique, remote feel, this lovely lakeside lodge is our favourite full-board property in the area. Puema Hue offers a multi-activity holiday against a backdrop of relaxing lakes and forested mountainsides.
On the shores of Lago Nahuel Huapi, this hotel provides luxurious accommodation in a building designed to complement its surroundings.
El Casco is an art hotel and has a large collection of Argentinian artwork, with each of its suites named after an artist and containing some of their work. The hotel's location makes it well-suited for those looking for an adventure in the Argentinian lake district, without sacrificing any comfort.
Posada los Juncos
This lake house is a comfortable base for all the activities the region has to offer. Sitting beside Lago Nahuel Huapi, Posada los Juncos is only a 30-minute drive from Bariloche.
The accommodation is in just 5 rooms, each with its own character and a great view. Good food and wine is served in the dining room.
This cosy hotel is located on San Pedro Peninsula, close to Bariloche, and it makes a good base to return to after a day exploring the Lake District. The rooms here are well-equipped, with stunning views over Lake Nahuel Huapi.
Hotel Las Marianas
A clean and spacious B&B just a 10-minute walk from the town centre. You may find the rooms are a little cramped, but so close to town, you won't be spending much time there. Plus, you'll wake up to a popular breakfast that includes a selection of cereals and tasty homemade cakes.