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Complejo Indalo Inn

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Paris, France
Reviewed 8 January 2015

We choose the best room with view on the sea. The bath leaked so bad it flooded the room. Nothing was done and we still paid the highest rate. Avoid this place and the city altogether contrary to the Lonely Planet. Punto Tombo is far more interesting.

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London, United Kingdom
Reviewed 13 December 2014

If you want to go to Cabo de Dos Bahias, this is one of the few options available if you want to stay nearby. The hotel has small but acceptable rooms and the restaurant is OK. However, the thing that really drags down the ranking is the owner's steely determination to fleece foreign tourists. We booked five months ahead and...

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St. Petersburg, Russia
Reviewed 26 November 2014 via mobile

We arrived at Camarones at 9 pm and were afraid that we won't find any good option to sleep so late, as this is a really sleepy quite place. We drove to Indalo Inn and at was so welcoming! The old owner showed us different options of rooms, all have bathrooms, but some are more basic, some more advanced. The...

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Montreal, Canada
Reviewed 28 November 2013

Had a great lunch in Camarones, the family run restaurant and hotel is basic, but then again the town is quite small! The food was good, the star quite friendly and we had a nice afternoon break while driving down the coast...

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Giessen
Reviewed 22 November 2010

On our trip from the pinguins at Punta Tombo we had an overnight-stop at Camarones. Problems with availability of staff for check in and a room that was extremly small. Restaurant was quite good, service overall satisfactory. For an overnight stay sufficient but defenitely not more. Rooms are equiped with everything (phone, cable tv, shower and hairdryer but all squeezed...

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Planet Insectia
Reviewed 30 April 2010

Pretty much only two places to stay in town and the other one was closed for the season. Very quiet, it looks like they get one room a day occupancy during low season. Rooms above the restaurant are an add-on so the design is interesting. No window for the room but windows for the tiny bath and closet. They're small...

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Incline Village, NV
Reviewed 14 November 2009

Spent two nights in Camerones and the Complejo Indalo Inn was the only option. The town is small and amenities are limited. The hotel restaurant was the restaurant in town but there are a mercado and autoshop in town. One problem the gas station in town was out of gas and would not have any for a couple of days....

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Address: Calle Belgrano, Camarones, Argentina
Region: Argentina > Patagonia > Province of Chubut > Camarones
Number of rooms: 16
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