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Patagonia Jazz Hostel Hostel

Juramento 94, Bariloche, Argentina


  • Free Breakfast
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Late Check-out
  • Lockers
  • Self-Catering Facilities
  • 24 Hour Reception
  • Adaptors
  • Board Games
  • Book Exchange
  • Card Phones
  • Common Room
  • Cooker
  • Free Internet Access
  • Fridge Freezer"
  • Hot Showers
  • Housekeeping
  • Laundry Facilities
  • Linen Included
  • Meals available
  • Microwave
  • Reading Light
  • Reception (limited hours)
  • Towels for hire
  • Wake-up calls
  • Washing machine

Important Information

Patagonia Jazz hostel conditions and policies:

Cancellation policy: 24h before arrival.

Check in from 13:00.
Check out before 11:00.

Payment upon arrival by cash, credit cards, debit cards.
This property may pre-authorise your card before arrival

Taxes included.
Breakfast included.

Reception opens from 8am to 12am.
No curfew.
Non smoking.
The maximum period of stay is of 14 days.

Additional Services: We offer laundry service (wash, dry, fold) for AR$ 100 for a full bag of laundry (price subject to change). If you would like any special items washed like down jackets, sleeping bags, or wool clothing, we can help clean those too. Towels are available for hire for an additional charge for dorm rooms, and are included in private rooms. Taxi / Remise service is available from the front desk at any time.

Meals: Homemade vegan breakfasts full of energy are included with your stay, served from 8:00 am to 10:00 am. If you would like dairy milk, you must bring your own, as we serve only homemade coconut milk with your tea and coffee. You may request an early breakfast if you are heading out early. Each night, we serve a homemade international vegetarian or vegan dinner, for an additional cost of only AR$ 150 pesos. Some example dishes include vegetable oven pies, hearty stir frys, harvest salads, homemade gnocchi nights, vege tacos, and a weekly pizza night. The menu is always changing and evolving with our chefs and the tastes of the guests. We focus on local producers and do our best to showcase the talent of our resident chefs while highlighting local ingredients. You will surely leave the table satisfied, having tried some delicious food while enjoying the company of staff and guests! We have many years of experience cooking healthy and filling vege meals for large groups, so we hope you join as at least 1 night during your stay :) Please be aware that the kitchen is closed from 5pm to 8:30pm to allow our staff time and space to prepare group meals.

Activities and Excursions: Let us help you plan any activities you have in mind during your stay in Bariloche and the surrounding area. We have all the knowledge and abilities to help make the process as smooth as possible for bookings of treks, land / lake tours, bike trips, and winter / spring snowboard and ski passes and rental. Additionally, we can advise and help book your travel over the border to Chile, south to other Patagonian destinations, or north to the rest of South America. If you have any activities or trips in mind before arriving, please email us so we can help you as soon as possible.

If you have any questions or concerns relating to your reservation or arrival, please call us.

Check-in / Check-out

Earliest check-in: 00:00


  • Credit Cards Accepted
  • No Curfew
  • Non Smoking
  • Taxes Included

Group booking?

Group of 15 or more traveling to Bariloche?

Contact us directly

Map and Directions



By Taxi: Taxis / remises are waiting right in front of the airport. The price is currently around AR$ 450 pesos (subject to change).

By Bus: Number 72 will bring you to Bariloche center on Calle Moreno, between Palacios and Rolando (see maps below). The trip takes 30 minutes, and leaves the airport at 7:10, 9:20, 11:10, 13:30, 15:00, 16:10, 18:20, 20:30, with the last service leaving at 22:15 (additional services on weekdays and high season; this is the more limited schedule during low season). It costs around AR$ 35 pesos (subject to change), using a blue SUBE card. If you still have a SUBE card from another city in Argentina, you can use it in Bariloche as well! If you do NOT have a SUBE card, you can ask anyone on the bus to use their card (“Tenes credito y te pago con efectivo?”) , and you can give them cash directly. It seems informal, but locals are used to this and do it all the time, and the bus driver will be patient and wait for you to find someone to help. Unfortunately, the SUBE card is NOT for sale in the airport… Once in the center, the bus driver will alert everyone that it is the final stop. You will continue walking straight down Calle Moreno, the same direction the bus is facing, for 3 blocks. Turn LEFT up Morales, then make the first RIGHT onto Juramento, a one-way alley with the bar Los Vikingos on the left side. The hostel is 50 meters on the left-hand side up stone stairs.


By Taxi: Taxis / remises are waiting outside the bus terminal to the left. The price to the hostel is around AR$ 130 pesos (subject to change). Our address is Juramento 94.

Walking: It is a 30 minute walk to the hostel. Head up behind the bus terminal to the main road, 12 de Octubre, and turn RIGHT. Keep going straight through the round-about, and when the street forks, take the slight LEFT up Diagonal Capraro. You should be going slightly uphill and AWAY from the lake. At the end, turn RIGHT onto Calle Moreno. Follow this for 10 blocks and then turn LEFT on Morales, as you pass the YPF petrol station. Take the first RIGHT up the one-way alley Juramento, with the bar Los Vikingos on the left side. The hostel is 50 meters on the left-hand side up the stairs.

By Bus: City buses take the blue SUBE card (NOT CASH!). If you have one from another city in Argentina, you can use it in Bariloche as well. The ride from the Terminal to the Centre costs AR$ 25 pesos (subject to change). There is a kiosk inside the bus terminal that sells and reloads SUBE cards. You can additionally ask a local on the bus to use their card and then pay them cash. To get to the city bus stop, while facing the lake, head out of the bus terminal to the left. You will see a covered bus stop on the right-hand side. You can take any bus that says “Centro”, but we recommend the 10, 20, or 21, because they get you closer to the hostel, dropping off at “Centro Civico”, where you will need to turn LEFT on Calle Moreno, then immediately RIGHT up Calle Morales at the YPF petrol station. Any other bus drops off further back on Calle Moreno, from which you will need to head straight and turn LEFT on Calle Morales, where you will see the YPF petrol station. Take the first RIGHT up the one-way alley Juramento, with the bar Los Vikingos on the left side. The hostel is 50 meters on the left-hand side up the stairs.

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