Set just off the main road, La Comarca Hotel has a great feel to it, offering a nice and open layout with individual rooms and parking. They really have the luxury of space, which is felt both in the rooms (which all have a balcony) and in the restaurant. If you are after a really relaxed feel and outstanding views to the 7 coloured hills then this is the spot!
Argentina included in case we role a MultiSite later.
Annexed to the Sheraton, the Huentala Hotel Boutique is a smaller and more intimate version of its larger neighbour. Featuring many of the standard qualities of an international 4 star, such as a pool, and spa facilities, the Huentala is a good choice for those looking to explore the city.
A stunning estancia sitting in the hills above Salta, the House of Jasmines is owned and managed by the same couple that own the excellent Estancia el Colibri down in Cordoba. The feeling of this charming property is truly one of being out in this beautiful region and having a home from home.
A small, three star hotel located on the way out of town, the Sierra Nevada is a cheap and cheerful option in town. Simply designed in an “L” shape, all of the simple rooms offer views out to the Lago Argentina. While the main areas are also fairly non-frills, we still think it is a great option for those wanting a few days in the area without spending an arm and a leg.
With the town being so new, it may not appear important that the Posada Los Alamos is the oldest 5 star in town, but it is worth noting….mainly as they, therefore, have much more room than anyone else. This hotel incorporates a golf course, 2 dining areas, a clubhouse, spa, pool and Jacuzzis, along with plenty of rooms, and all within walking of the centre of town.
The Hotel Peninsula Valdes is a fairly simple but clean and tidy hotel located in the heart of down town Puerto Madryn and so, if you are after a bit of nightlife or just fancy getting to know the town a little, then it is a good choice.
Positioned atop a small hill, right in the centre of town, the Don Los Cerros Boutique Hotel is, arguably, the best accommodation in El Chalten. At around 45 rooms, all with wide windows and comfortable furniture, it certainly offers a quiet haven to relax and unwind after one of the many walks in the area.
As with its sister hotel in Buenos Aires, we are huge fans of the Legado Mitico, Salta. Set just a couple of blocks from the main square, this elegant and intimate town house offers outstanding accommodation and service at affordable prices.
Located right at the edge of the town, at the southern entrance to the valley, Hotel La Aldea is a very simple hostel in all reality and so offers simple fare and even more simple rooms….the one thing that it really can boast, however, that none of the other hotels in town, is that it has a view of the mountains!
Rated by themselves as more of a B&B than a hotel, the Hotel Killa is both quirky and unique, located right in the heart of town, is a great choice.