Club Hotel Sierra de la Ventana, Villa Ventana
(2.7/5 based on 50+ reviews on the web)
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  • Confirm visiting hours since it is not permanently open. At the office of tourism on the entrance of the Villa is all explained. Beautiful place!
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  • I arrived at the gate of entry to the premises where the hotel in ruins is and was closed. I went to tourist information and tell me that the place can only access a few privileged guides. When I went to find out with one of these privileged tells me that I can only visit the ruins as part of a tour that included a series of activities, which I do not interest me, at a cost of 250 Argentine pesos (about $17). It seems to me that the site is protected, but there should be an office in the land, so that one does not have to walk hanging around to see how to enter, where paying a price just to make the visit. It seems wrong that one has to necessarily pay for activities that do not interest me, to be able to visit the place.
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  • A nice visit and ride, walking among the trees and the Fund what remains of what must have been one of the hotels more luxurious era, according to history. It had been opened in 1911 and was only running 6 years. There are only some windows and walls. Much abandonment, a penalty in a venue so cute and big
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  • Yesterday I went to 3 coffee with milk and a simple plate of toast and charged me 270 pesos
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  • That's great
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