There are not a lot of hotels owned by the family of a sitting president, but here’s one for you: Los Sauces Casa Patagónica in southern Argentina.
Kirchner pedigree aside, this 38-suite country hotel is an elegant getaway that attracts moneyed foreigners who are also used to the finer things in life.
There’s little to complain about when you’re in such a fabulous natural setting, just outside a town filled with fine restaurants and bars, and sleeping in an estancia-style luxury lodge where low lighting and a hot Jacuzzi await guests after long days out in the wilderness.
And oh yeah, one of the world’s most dramatic glaciers is nearby. See our full review of Los Sauces Casa Patagónica