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The small hotel Laerte is strategically situated in the heart of Mendoza, capital of the homonymous Argentinean province. A wide variety of restaurants and bars can be found in the surrounding area, and the major commercial areas are within easy reach. The beautiful park General San Martín, Independence Square and the Independence Theatre can be reached within a short stroll. Guests are welcomed in a rustic environment. The rooms are cosy and comfortable, and their features include air-conditioning, heating, cable or satellite-TV and a small kitchen. Guests can enjoy complimentary wireless int...More details
Check-out ends at: 11:00
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Very bad stay
Reviewed 17 may, 2017
This is not a hotel. This is a bad joke. The 'hotel' is very old and they invest nothing. The rooms are old. They're not clean. The toilet is not working. The lavabo is not working. The 'shower' is not clean and is in the middle of the bathroom, so if you want take a shower there's water in the hole bathroom. We left that moment we saw the room. Explains it all.
Totally worn out hotel
Reviewed 23 march, 2015
Stayed here for one night as I could exchange flight points for it so I don't know how much it cost. Despite it was probably very cheap it was terrible condition, the bathroom door couldn't be closed complete because the door was damaged by humidity. Also leaking toilet that made noise all the time, shower and toilet was the same space so everything get wet after you shower. The door look was a simple indoor key so not very safe. You can't even buy any food or drinks in the lobby and the breakfast was one piece of bread with coffee. Internet works in the lobby, but in the morning it was not working because they hadn't pay the bill, got a account not paid message in the browser. Very noisy too during the night from outside traffic. I rate it as 2 because the air condition was pretty new and efficient and staff was friendly.
Good service for a modest hotel
Reviewed 2 may, 2014
My wife and I stayed for 1 night at Laerte. The hotel itself is very modest but bearable. Didn't like the bathrooms at all as they don't have a lock ( not even the reception toilet that can be used by all guest) and there is not a cabin for the shower area. Wifi was constantly out of service and had to go down to reception every time to ask for it to be restarted. On the positive side a very nice receptionist allowed us to do check-in three hours before official check-in time and allowed us to do a late check-out as well. My opinion is for what you're paying ( approx. 15 euro per night) you're getting a great deal. Theres not much to see in Mendoza city center so paying big bucks for a fancy hotel in city center is not worth it.
Avoid this place
Reviewed 5 january, 2013
Stayed here for two nights on a quest to travel cheaper. Big mistake, at least with this hotel. Room was dingy. The towels didn't seem clean. The bathrooms were cramped and there was no separate shower area. Beds were uncomfortable and the sheets weren't clean. Breakfast wasn't good either. One of the people at the front desk spoke English, so that seemed like a godsend. She gave us a lot of wrong information though so in hindsight it would have been better if we hadn't understood her. Also for the payment, they tried to take me for a ride. I had a rate that they confirmed via email. It was suddenly a different rate after they saw us. It wasn't very off from the initial rate so I didn't make a big deal of it. But then when I insisted that I was going to pay in pesos instead of USD, they tried to use a rate of 6.xx when in fact it should have been 4.8x based on their own posted rate.
Reviewed 26 may, 2012
We booked a double room for around 12€ over hostelworld and were happy to get a room this cheap in a hotel (off season) but the photos on the hostelworld website describing the room looked promising. The room was ok for the money, we expected it to be hostel-like. The hotel itself was absolutely bad! After our arriving and a look of the girl behind the desk on our backpacks we were greeted with a "what do you want?" Normally no one was at the reception, they locked the door with a wooden stick and guests had to wait outside the hotel. Breakfast was the worst on our trip so far (and way too small) and with 3 tables to eat "a bit crowded". During the nights we barely slept, thanks to the groups of local tourists having party in the lobby and in the aisle in front of our door (yes, every of the 3 nights). At least their voices were louder than the big aircon outside our windows which didn't shut. The choice of hotels and hostels is so big in Mendoza, please stay elsewhere!