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Hosteria Fitz Roy

Simple but effective hosteria right in the centre of it all

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One of the very first lodges to have been built when the town was founded (back in the early 80s) the Hosteria Fitz Roy is aimed at the budget walking market. The rooms themselves are simple and a good size, and, similarly, the main areas have been built for function over form. On the whole, however, we really like it as what you see is very much what you get across the board.

Similar to La Aldea, the Hosteria Fitz Roy was the first hotel in town and is probably the largest of them all.

The main area is a mix of sitting and dining and so is a bit of a strange place all in all and probably not that great for relaxing in. They do also have a second relaxing area that has a chess board and the tv in it which is not a bad place, although, again, slightly mis planned on the whole.

The rooms in the Hosteria Fitz Roy are simple affairs but have enough space in them and have good bathrooms on the whole.

Again, what is lacking is the view. The hotel is nice enough, but nothing all that special…a place to rest your head for the night after a long trek. There are, again, no facilities to speak of and so it is not a luxury stop….but it is well located in the centre of town so is quite convenient from that point of view.

Good value for money

Very basic

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