Casa Los Sauces
El Calafate, Patagonia
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At a Glance
Inspired by traditional Patagonian estancias, the guest accommodation is located within 5 separate ‘Casas’ with 3 others playing host to the Spa, restaurant & Club House
La Comarca Restaurant offers a gourmet menu showcasing specializing in traditional Patagonian dishes and can be complimented by a superb choice of wine from the restaurant’s cellar
Set in a natural garden of willows and rose hips. Has the most attractive setting of all the hotels located in the town
A very convenient base from which to visit the awe-inspiring Perito Moreno glacier
The spacious suites are traditional in style, offering stylish and comfortable living spaces
The Casa has an indoor pool
Just 300 meters from the main street in El Calafate
Meet our specialists
Call us on 858 345 1763 to start planning your vacation to Casa Los Sauces or take a look at our itineraries to Southern Patagonia
Inspired by traditional Patagonian estancias, the guest accommodation is located within five separate ‘Casas’ with three others playing host to the Spa, La Comarca restaurant & Club House.
Each of the 38 individually themed guest suites offer stylish interiors furnished with elegant antiques, crafted furniture, and works of art. Each accommodation has its own name, color, and original design that distinguishes it from the rest. Offering an exclusive home from home feeling, Casa Los Sauces boasts open fires, cosy reading areas as well as striking Argentine paintings and sculptures.
Outdoors, the beautiful gardens, shaded by willow trees, offer a perfect setting for an authentic 'asado' (the Patagonian lamb is a must) or simply the opportunity to relax. For those guests wishing to pamper themselves, there is a wide choice of treatments at the hotel’s spa. Additional hotel facilities also include an observatory, play room, library and gym. Further afield the mountain and glacial landscapes surrounding Los Sauces can be explored on foot or by mountain bike. A stroll to nearby Laguna Nimes is the perfect opportunity for bird watching.
The gourmet experience is another area where the hotel prides itself specializing in traditional Patagonian dishes with a modern twist. The hotel has a superb choice of wine from its cellar
All 38 suites are distributed in 5 independent Casas. There are 24 twin bedded Suites, 10 Corner Suites and 4 Master Suites with king beds plus La Casona, which offers four further guest suites in a private house, which can be booked exclusively for families and friends traveling together.
SUITES: 24 Spacious suites 40m2/430sq2 ft in size with picture windows and beautiful views of Mount Calafate, Willows and Rose Hips gardens or Lake Argentino. NDD/IDD telephone lines, TV LCD 42´, Wi-fi internet, Minibar, Security box and hydro bath tub. All Suites are Twin bedded with big twin beds of 1,30m x 2m size. 4 Suites are 35m2/380sq2 ft in size with twin beds of 1m x 2m size.
CORNER SUITES: 9 finely decorated suites 50m2/540sq2 ft in size located in the corners of each Casa with splendid views to Mount Calafate, Willows and Rose Hips gardens or Lake Argentino. Also offer spacious living and desk area. All Corner Suites are King bedded with 2m x 2m bed size.
MASTER SUITES: 4 exclusive suites with living room & bedroom- Suite 90m2/970sq2 ft in size with magnificent views to Lake Argentino, Mount Calafate or Willows and Rose Hips gardens. Offers a spacious living room area with a separate desk room and private terrace facing the beautiful gardens. Bathroom features separate shower and hydro bath tub for two. All Master Suites are King bedded.
Location & Directions
El Calafate, Patagonia
Casa Los Sauces is located in the town of El Calafate, 80km (1 hour) from the Perito Moreno glacier, the area’s most important tourist attraction.
When to go
November to April brings the best weather, downpours are rare, and there’s usually enough sun to get fabulous photographs of the ice, with bright sunshine most days. In March and April, Fall colors are spectacular, as the lenga on upper slopes of the mountains turns scarlet. The majority of the region is closed for winter June to August, when weather makes the area very inhospitable. December and January are high season and the glacier trips are at their busiest. September, October and March is a great time to visit, when there are fewer crowds, and the weather can still be beautifully mild. Bear in mind, though, that weather in Southern Patagonia is unpredictable.