Los Sauces Casa Patagonia opened in September 2007 to become the luxury hotel of El Calafate, gateway to Los Glaciares National Park. The property and its staff exude the hospitality and refined spirit of the Patagonian farms that worked this land a century ago. The architectural style of Los Sauces could be summed up as “rustic European,” with its clean lines, natural garden of willows and rose hips and the small river that flows past the property. It’s a peaceful, natural setting where you will love concluding your day. El Calafate’s main street is just 1,000 yards away.
Its 38 suites are distributed among five individual, ranch-like casas, spread out over a compound that encourages quiet strolls. Each casa has its own personality and style, boasts a common living room with a fireplace and offers complimentary tea and coffee. Barracan knitted upholstery, porphyry rock walls, and leather details lend a warm ambiance. Paintings by well-known Argentine artists and carefully selected furniture complete the decoration of each suite. Each room features a telephone, wireless internet, television and bathroom with hydro-massage and shower.