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Hotel Diplomatic

One of the less expensive 5 star hotels in the city, the Hotel Diplomatic is a good choice for those wanting a little less bustle during their stay in the city. The hotel is well located right in the heart of the city, and it offers all of the facilities that you would look for in a top flight hotel.

Belmond Hotel das Cataratas

Owned and managed by the superb Belmond chain, Hotel das Cataratas is the only alternative to the Melia Hotel that has views to the falls themselves. Being on the Brazilian side means that, arguably, the views themselves are even better than from the Argentine side and so, it is logical, that the hotel should charge more money accordingly.

Hotel Cacique Inacayal

Situated at the edge of town, the Hotel Cacique Inacayal is probably our pick of the town hotels. Unlike hotels such as the Edelweiss, it is located right on the edge of the lake and so offers outstanding views. The rooms are all well designed and feature the sorts of amenities you would expect such as tvs etc.

Hotel Ayres de Salta

On the way into the city centre is the Hotel Ayres de Salta, one of a new breed of hotel opening up in Salta, featuring contemporary design and a more chic concept. On the whole the hotel works although, while modern and contemporary in the main areas, they have not really carried the same through to the rooms in our opinion.

Hotel Asturias

Located right in the heart of the town, the Asturias is a relatively new hotel to the area and is a bit of a conundrum for us. While we really liked the service and the overall concept of the hotel, we struggled with the actuality…that it is a new build property that lacks any real soul to it.

Hotel Alto Calafate

The Hotel Alto Calafate is a hotel that very much lives up to its name. Built on a small hill that overlooks the main town, it had been designed along the lines of an Alpine chalet. The rooms all face out to the town and, beyond, Lago Argentina and so, from everywhere, you are offered stunning views.

Hotel Alejandro 1

Undoubtedly the king of Salta, the Hotel Alejandro I is the largest and most imposing building on the Salta skyline and dominates those around it. Constructed recently, the Alejandro I is the first modern highrise hotel to be built in Salta and offers a high level of accommodation and service right in the heart of the city.

Hotel Albatros

The Hotel Albatros is the second of the 4 star hotels in the town and so would suit those who are looking to explore a little. The main areas of this reasonable sized hotel are to a good standard, as is the restaurant, café and wine cellar at the front.

Hosteria La Posada

The Hosteria La Posada is a simple affair, offering a good value option in and around La Angostura with superb views and service. While it may not have the full frills of places like Las Balsas or the Correntoso, the hotel has most of the bases covered with a good-sized pool, restaurant and communal areas.

Hosteria Kaulem

The Hosteria Kaulem is a great little 4 bed hotel located on the second street of the town. Simple inside, they have tried to make a feature of the large windows and sky view that they have in the main areas, that really bring the nature in and give it a welcoming feel. The rooms are, again, pretty simple inside with a bed and bathroom being the order of the day.


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