Capital Bariloche. How is the luxury project that rediscovers the Nahuel Huapi

Beyond the great development that many towns in Patagonia are experiencing in recent times, San Carlos de Bariloche is undoubtedly the most emblematic. With Cerro Catedral and Lake Nahuel Huapi as delicious “amenities”, the city of Rio Negro was a pioneer as a winter tourist destination and today, it also receives many visitors in summer.

The discovery of Bariloche as a privileged place in southern Argentina to enjoy at any time of the year is driving the development of high-class real estate ventures. And one of them, Capitalinas Bariloche, set out like no other to capture all the magic of Lake Nahuel Huapi and, naturally, of the mountains that surround it.

Under an extremely attractive concept for investors, Capitalinas Bariloche is a mixed-use project, with a 5-star hotel with 48 rooms and 72 brand residences. All with magnificent views of the lake, close to downtown and excellent communication with the airport and Cerro Catedral.

“Located at kilometer 1 of Avenida Bustillo, in what is known as the golden mile, Capitalinas combines deep nature with the comfort of being in a node accessible to different alternatives”, defines Marcelo Roca, director of Capitalinas. “It is an environmentally friendly project, with a profusion of unique facades and visuals, and endowed with functionality, quality of services and high-end amenities. Its architectural design is avant-garde, but it is at the same time nurtured with the materiality of the typical elements of the region”, he adds.

The project consists of a 10-story building with three modules, which includes both the hotel and the apartments, to complete a total construction area of ​​16,783 m2. The brand residences are generally one-bedroom, but there are 16 two-bedroom units, an unusual typology in hotel developments. “We wanted to also contemplate the demand of permanent residents of Bariloche who are looking for this type of product because of the security, the services it offers and, obviously, the privileged position facing the lake,” says Marcelo Roca.

The architectural proposal of Capitalinas Bariloche includes the use of local materials. “We use stone from the excavation of the ravine where we built the building, wood and sheet metal. In this way, the Patagonian materiality is present at all times. And it is accompanied by a very modern and functional design”, says Roca.

Capitalinas Bariloche is also characterized by its luxury amenities, which include Restaurant & Bar, Gym & Spa, Dry and Wet Sauna, Jacuzzi, Guardaski, Solarium, a spectacular “In-Out” Pool, Meeting Rooms and Theme Bar, among others. .

Investment modalities

The great opportunity that Capitalinas Bariloche offers investors are one and two-bedroom residences, whose hotel rent can be obtained through two mechanisms. One of them is “on demand”, in which the owners do not assume a commitment to permanently deliver their unit, but rather, at their request or at the request of the hotel, the parties agree on the rate and the term of affectation of the department to the operation. hotel.

In the Rental Pool modality, on the other hand, it is the hotel that integrates and operates the functional units. In these cases, the owner delivers his apartment for the hotel operation for an initial period of 3 years and then renews the agreement, if he so wishes, on an annual basis. However, you reserve the right to use your functional unit for three weeks a year and you are offered an “owner rate” for hotel rooms. The delivery of the 72 brand residences is scheduled for the next summer season. Meanwhile, it is estimated that the hotel will be ready for winter.

“All buildings always have things to say. With Capitalinas Bariloche, what we seek is to provide experiences”, concludes Marcelo Roca.

For more information on Capitalinas, contact Toribio Achaval making click here or by WhatsApp at 5491122680002


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