Argentina hotels Archive

Entre Cielos, a Quirky but Luxurious Wine Hotel in Argentina

There are quite a few inns and B&Bs scattered around the Mendoza Wine region of Argentina, but only a few hotels that are geared to luxury travelers who want to sip and stay in style. Earlier this decade we reviewed a new luxury wine resort option in the Lujan de Cuyo area: Entre Cielos. This [&hellip

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Casa de Uco in Argentina Wine Country

You can stay in Mendoza, Argentina and visit wineries during the day, but it can mean a lot of driving to get out and back to where the vineyards are. Fortunately there are several luxury wine lodges in the prime Malbec region of South America, including the latest one we have reviewed: Casa de Uco. [&hellip

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Staying at a Ranch or a Mansion in Argentina

We’ve just posted a new hotel review in Argentina and updated one of our previous ones, but neither is a typical hotel. There are lots of unusual lodging choices in this part of South America. These two are of a ranch and a converted mansion. Estancia La Bandada Argentina is the land of the gauchos, [&hellip

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Park Tower Buenos Aires is Not the Sheraton

The “hotel within a hotel” concept can be a bit confusing sometimes. That’s especially true when you’ve booked the Luxury Collection Park Tower in Buenos Aires and your taxi pulls up to a Sheraton. Don’t worry though, you’re not checking in at that gargantuan 740-room convention hotel. The Park Tower is a more human-scaled property [&hellip

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House of Jasmines Revised Review and Video Tour

The best luxury hotels in each region tend to stay that way, but over time many of them do improve or add more buildings to the mix. Both are true with the country estancia retreat House of Jasmines outside of Salta, in Argentina. When we first reviewed this Salta hotel it was kind of a [&hellip

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Dramatic Arakur Resort in Ushuaia, Argentina

At the end of the Earth it has been hard to find a great hotel, but Arakur Resort changed all that. Ushuaia is the southernmost city in the world and would probably still be a place only embraced by miners and sheep farmers if it weren’t for one certain claim to fame: it’s the jumping-off [&hellip

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