The Andes + The Western Wine Country
Hotels in The Andes + The Western Wine Country
The hotel consists of two stories of dark wood and stucco, built around a courtyard and filled with hundred-year-old furniture.
Easily the city’s finest hotel, this whitewashed, seven-floor building has a restored Spanish neoclassical exterior, a colonial-era inner courtyard with gurgling fountain, a recently expanded gym and spa space, and a privileged position on downtown's Plaza Independencia.
Ancient eucalyptus trees flank a long and stately drive leading to the
family-run estancia, 15 minutes outside Salta in Argentina’s subtropical
northwest. Four new guest quarters (three of them suites) recently
The hotel, on 96,000 acres, is the choice for isolated luxury. The television-free rooms are surrounded by fields of lavender and 150-year-old vines. Tours of the estate's winery, museum, and horseback-riding trails must be booked in advance.
This regal adobe building looks like a centuries-old Spanish Colonial hacienda.
A recently renovated historic home featuring a beautiful courtyard, sweeping views, and indigenous touches like algarrobo (black carob) ceilings. The hotel restaurant prepares gourmet salteña cuisine in a courtyard dominated by an aguaribay tree.
This handsome provincial capital, known for its meat empanadas and some of the world’s best-preserved mummies, has lately been burnishing its claim as Argentina’s third city for tourism, after Buenos Aires and Mendoza.
The hotel is part of the Vistalba winery, across from La Bourgogne restaurant.
Ancient eucalyptus trees flank a long and stately drive leading to the family-run estancia, 15 minutes outside Salta in Argentina’s subtropical northwest.