A smart hotel on the outskirts of town, the Aldea Andina Resort is a quiet retreat away from the hustle and bustle of Bariloche town. Parking is available, but if you are without transport , there is a fairly regular and inexpensive bus service that can get you into town and back, from just outside the hotel. You do need one of those damned re-paid cards, and they can be difficult to find (from the Kiosks that DO sell them). I'd recommend to the Hotel that they keep some paid up cards in Reception for guests that the Guests can either top-up themselves, or pay the Hotel for the usage.
My room wasn't large, but it was adequate, and clean. Generous Buffet breakfasts are prepared by cheerful staff, in the spacious Reception area. The resort has well maintained landscape areas, and tennis is available for those who are inclined.