Located just a couple of blocks outside downtown San Martin, the setting was very quiet with only the sounds of nature (lots of birds) punctuating the approach of the Argentine autumn. Cabins were spacious with full kitchens and comfortable beds. Gustavo -- self-exiled from Buenos Aires -- who runs the property, an informal tourism minister, was incredibly friendly and helpful and added to the overall warmth of the property, though his Rhodesian Ridgeback, India, would not give up the reception area couch for the Pope himself! We had a great visit. All the staff were friendly, and we had daily visits from a local cat, Blue, who had perfected the skill of genteelly dispossessing us of food while not really begging. The place made a great operating base to explore the Andean lakes and mountains and felt safer than anything similar in the US (Colorado, Utah, Wyoming). This was the off season, so not sure how things would be during ski season, but wouldn't hesitate to return.