Mendoza: Where to Stay

May 23, 2014
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Mendoza is renowned as one the most beautiful areas in Argentina – the stunning backdrop of the Andes frames the multitude of vineyards and bodegas that dot the countryside, ready for you to explore! This week we’ll be having a look at where the best places to stay are in this fantastic region.

Cavas Wine Lodge 

Nestled in a 35-acre vineyard in the wine region of Mendoza,Cavas Wine Lodge is one of the more luxurious hotels available in Mendoza. Featuring just 14 rooms, this hotel is as exclusive as it is comfortable. With freestanding adobe-walled apartments set in and amongst the vineyards, each rooms is carefully constructed to suit your needs. Tastefully furnished with a luxurious finish, each cream-coloured bedroom offers a stone-finished bathroom.

In addition to this, each room opens out onto its own patio with stunning views out over the Andes. A private plunge pools awaits you, perfect for relaxing after a long day touring the surrounding vineyards. Additional facilities include an attractive swimming pool – also with amazing views – and a fully functional gym at your disposal. The highlight has to be the roof deck – offering you an elevated look at the surrounding area as you relax with a glass of the finest Argentinian wine.

Finca Adalgisa 

Steeped in cultural history, this 20th Century anor house and vineyard estate was once a beautiful family home. Converted in 2001, it was the first boutique hotel in Mendoza and since has gained a sterling reputation among tourists and locals alike. With a rustic, authentic character, and an amazing attention to detail, this hotel is one of Latin Routes’ favourites. Nestled in 2 hectares of Malbec vines (which were planted in 1916!), the one-site winery allow visitors an insight into the wine-making process, as well as an opportunity to sample the wine.
With 11 well-equipped guestrooms, each uniquely decorated, Finca Adalgisa is the perfect place to relax and unwind on your holiday to Argentina.

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Images courtesy of Cavas Wine Lodge and Finca Adalgisa respectively.

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