Post Number: 5
|Posted on Sunday, October 07, 2007 - 6:44 pm: |
Does anyone know of any decent places to stay in Colonia Carlos Pelligini that have AC but are still affordable? I have located 3 places via the web (Hosteleria Nande Reta, Aquape Lodge & Irupe Lodge) but they all want from $110 to $160 (USD) per person per night (we are a family of 4!) so for two nights that is really too expensive!
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Post Number: 1330
|Posted on Sunday, October 07, 2007 - 10:55 pm: |
Is this in Corrientes? This doesn't sound realistic. Are you completely sure the estimates are in us currency? Why don't you try http://www.mimercedes.com.ar/posadaiberapora/. In addition, here are a few more resources for the nearby area...
HOSPEDAJE GUARANI: Calle 7 y 27 - Colonia Carlos Pellegrini- Camping. Informes y reservas: Tel (03773) 15629762
POSADA DE LA LAGUNA: Informes y reservas: en Mercedes (Ctes) Telefax(03773)499413
RANCHO YPA SAPUKAI: Tel (03773)420155
CAMPING MUNICIPAL: baños c/duchas; parrillas; luz eléctrica
HOSTERIA NANDERETA: Informes y reservas: en Mercedes (Ctes) Telefax (03773)499411 .
CASA LUNA DEL IBERA:03773-15493869 Tel/Fax: 03773-420153 03773-15403158
ESTANCIA EL DORADO: Informes y reservas: en Mercedes (Ctes) Telefax (03773) 420660
ESTANCIA RINCON DEL DIABLO: Informes y reservas: en Mercedes (Ctes) Telefax (03773) 420247 - 420103
ESTANCIA RINCON DEL CAPI VARI: Informes y reservas: en Mercedes (Ctes) Tel. (03773) 421498 Telefax (03773) 421350
HOSTERÍA PIRAYU: Informes y reservas: Tel (03773) 420399
Post Number: 6
|Posted on Monday, October 08, 2007 - 11:33 am: |
Yes, two of them specified $160 USD and the other quoted 330 pesos per person per day. Their websites don't give rates..you must email them a request for that information. Just curious...do you know if businesses charge more if they know you are coming from out of Argentina (US, Canada for example)? Could that explain it?
Post Number: 1331
|Posted on Monday, October 08, 2007 - 12:10 pm: |
I think there has been a 2 scheme pricing in Argentina for some time now, both in the formal economy (like with airlines) and with smaller mom and pop shops. I have no personal opinion on this... but I wouldn't want to pay that much. Perhaps, a good work around would be to contact them through a local travel agent. Then, you will know the truth.
Having said this there are some expensive places locally like the lodge with views to the glaciers (Calafate) that charge usd $1,000 a night.