It is a campsite very close to lake, in a forest with a small bar, where in addition to ordering something to drink you also have some food options. The bathrooms and showers are heated 24 hours a day so you won´t have problems.It has security all night. I enjoyed it.
Situated in the Ala Tthe Llao Hotel Moreno, this swimming pool is both an inside and an outside pool, so that it can be enjoyed during all seasons of the year because it has a covered area also, it is prepared with rocks and vegetation in a beautiful natural area. Not only can you enjoy a relaxing swim in the peac and quiet in the midst of grandeur but as it has no edge, it extends into infinity and is incorporated into the golf course, the hills, forests and lakes, a place which is truly spectacular . The armchairs are very comfortable and everything is very white and made of wood. You can enjoy Tango Music Week at the Llao Llao, a splendid view on the Golf Course at the Llao Llao.
The hotel in Poterro de los Funes is 16 Km from the capital city. And it is possible to visit without staying there. We did and it was worth it for the panoramic views. It was built on the banks of Lake Potrero de los Funes and is surrounded by a stunning natural landscape and mountain. It also has lake access via dock and several lookouts.
Superb room with amazing views of the lake. We went with on a fly fishing trip, which is very famous in the area. We had a great breakfast that was very well mounted. We took a fishing day-trip organized by the hotel with transfers, snacks, lunch and equipment included. In addition, also had dinner at Restaurant Tinto Bistro, where the food was excellent.
The Sheraton Iguazu Resort & Spa is a very cozy hotel in the part of Argentina in the park. The hotel has a pool that I liked a lot. Feel good swim there after a tiring day visiting the falls. With spa. At night you can relax in the hotel bar and connect to WiFi awhile. We were lucky because they gave us two nights in a suite with two rooms and overlooking the falls.
This was a wonderful experience for me. Though it was not downtown, there weren't any problems taking the buses or the cheap taxis, and it has a lovely view of Lake Nahuel Huapi. The rooms are very comfortable, but they aren't suitable for those with disabilities because it is quite a climb upstairs. It has an outdoor pool, sauna, gym, free internet, and the breakfast was very good.
We went because my boyfriend won a free night at the hotel (otherwise we wouldn't have been able to, as it is very expensive). Actually, we could have chosen out of several well-known hotels in Buenos Aires, but we chose this one because it offers a perfect combination of good hotel and its amenities and outdoor living, which the hotels closer to the centre don't offer. It's only 40 minutes from Buenos Aires. We arrived at about 16:00 and at 17:00 I was at the spa (there's a sauna, Jacuzzi and heated pool). There is a gym and massage services available, but the latter is extra, so I didn't try it. I was super relaxed. At night we went to dinner at the hotel restaurant and the next morning we ate lots for breakfast. There were many sweets, breads, jams, fruit, yogurt, juices, etc. Before leaving, I went back to the spa while my boyfriend was training in the gym and enjoyed the outdoor pool.
We stayed here because we won a free night at the hotel (otherwise we couldn't ever afford to stay here). Actually, we could have choosen from several well-known hotels in Buenos Aires, but we chose this hotel specifically because it offers a perfect combination of amenities and outdoor living, which is what is lacking in other, more central hotels. And it's only 40 minutes from Buenos Aires. We arrived at about 16:00 and by 17:00 I was at the spa (with a sauna, Jacuzzi and heated pool). There is a gym and massage centre, but those services cost extra. I was really relaxed. At night, we had dinner at the hotel restaurant and the next morning we ate a huge breakfast with many sweets, breads, jams, fruit, yoghurt, juices, etc. Before leaving, I went back to the spa while my boyfriend worked out at the gym, and I enjoyed the outdoor pool.
The Faena Hotel And Universe is a five star hotel, located in the chic neighborhood of Puerto Madero in Buenos Aires. The unique place where this magnificent hotel was built had belonged to the Bunge and Born company dedicated to agriculture and owners of Molinos Rio de la Plata, a leader in the manufacturing and marketing of food products industry. In 1998, when the Manchester brick structure of the factory was about to be demolished, a fashion designer from Buenos Aires, Alan Faena, bought the building and invested 40 million to make the Faena Hotel and Universe. He did it with the help of American designer Phillipe Starck, who is behind other famous reforms and renovations in Manhattan, for example. The hotel has a total of 105 rooms and is next to a complex of 83 departments that make up the universe. The hotel is set differently to the rest of the complez, consisting of a market, boutique, cabaret, bar, library with 500 books and leather chairs, a cozy where you can also enjoy a drink while listening to a pianist play melodies on a rather grand piano, boutique, wine cellar, cafe, restaurants, dining and living rooms. And receiving care is different, because there is no lobby, and when you arrive, the manager accompanies each host and guides you in whatever you need. Personally, I enjoyed a night in the library room, where we saw a young singer from Argentina who had lived in Brazil for a few years, who along with a pianist and a drummer sang melodic songs. While attendees sitting in different corners, like a corner of your house, with chairs and tables of different heights, we took what he wanted each drink or eat. When you come to Buenos Aires, do not miss it.
The Villavicencio Hotel was built in 1940 and operated since then as a thermal center for the guests who arrived here from this town and abroad. The Hotel Villavicencio is closed since 1978 in which they held the World Cup in Argentina, having built one of the fields for that event in the city of Mendoza. Although not enabled it still has its beautiful facade, whose picture is printed since its inception in the label of a mineral water that takes the name of the place and even traded in Argentina. In 2001 the Government declared the area in which the hotel is located as a protected area. In this area we find natural resources of mineral water and it is said that with every drop of rain, or with each snowflake that falls from the Aconcagua peak 6959 meters above sea level, the birth of pure water in this region starts. The landscape surrounding the hotel is wonderful and the path you have to take to reach this region as well. Although it is not a hotel anymore, it is a place worth visiting.
Located in the heart of historic San Isidro, this beautiful hotel offers everything one could want if you are looking for peace and exquisite, personal attention. Del Casco is in a beautiful colonial house that was in ruins until its current owners decided to turn it into luxury boutique hotel. It was the first of its kind in San Isidro, and due to hard work, has been a success for good reasons.
Travel to Cordoba, Tanti, to rest and you'll find the ideal place. Next to the mountains, leaving the inn you'll see the river, you can have mate in the morning, and meditate (with just the noise of the birds). In winter (more or less in July) it snows, and the landscape is just incredible, snow-capped mountains, superb. I'd give it a 10.
The NH Crillon is a four star Hotel, conveniently located one block from the world-famous Plaza San Martin, on the Santa Fe Avenue, at the corner of Esmeralda. It is a stylish hotel that combines the elegance of the architecture and charm of a bygone era. It has 96 tastefully-decorated rooms and offers all the amenities that a hotel of this category normally does. I think the highlight is the location, as you can walk and quickly arrive at most places of interest in Buenos Aires.
The campsite "Las Tejas" is great, althrough there are many facilities like a deli to buy food (although the bathrooms are not the cleanest). Those who do not want to sleep in tents can be accommodated in an old boat that is on the ground and used as a hotel or in train cars set up the same way. There are ducks, chickens, sheep, peacocks and even lions. At the campsite you can eat on lounge chairs beside the Paraná or go and eat on the ship refitted for this purpose. How to get there: From Federal Capital, the Pan-American head towards Pilar - Bell, then go toward Gualeguaychu Escobar. Cross the Zarate bridge. Once you pay the toll and just go down the same turn to the right onto a paved road that leads to the campsite. The campsite is in the province of Buenos Aires, on the border with the province of Entre Rios.
I've been to Ñandubaysal. It's magical. The photographs don't do it justice because they can't express the feelings that you experience there. It's really amazing, actually all the banks of the Uruguay River are a paradise. The Palmar National Park is a few miles upstream. If you have the possibility of going there, don't miss it. You won't regret it.
Located in Calle Parera, a small street that's one of the most beautiful and "Frenchified" in Buenos Aires, the elegant Park Plaza Hotel is a magnificent choice for a comfortable stay in the neighbourhood of La Recoleta. The hotel is within walking distance of Patio Bullrich, Plaza Francia, the Avenida 9 de Julio and several highly regarded restaurants. The Park Plaza offers 54 different rooms, all tastefully decorated.
This establishment is one of my favourite hotels in Buenos Aires. It is a 4-star boutique situated in Palermo, Hollywood. It offers a great location, and has nice rooms. It is located close to the bars. The staff is attentive. Many people prefer city center, but I do not know why. In my opinion, Palermo is much better, it is well connected to all of Buenos Aires. The rooms are a luxury. I had a great time.
Near this city Gualeguaychu in Entre Rios Colon was where we visited some thermal complexes, but we loved our department. An amazing third floor with a view of the Rio Parana which can not be compared to anything.
Ayres Porteño is a tango themed hostel situated in the city of Buenos Aires. It enjoys an excellent location, situated in the tourist and colonial San Telmo neighborhood, where you can find exhibitions, tango shows, museums, concerts and the best bars and restaurants. The hostel is situated in a beautiful old recycled building, decorated with murals and tango themed art. It is the perfect place to observe the life and culture of the city. With respect to services, it has everything you would expect of a hostel, full breakfast included, daily maid service, linen and towels included, free internet and Wi-Fi, spacious and comfortable rooms, laundry, luggage and lockers , terrace, among others.
El Pedral Lodge is an old European style farmhouse, located in Punta Nymphs, a few kilometres from Madryn, Province of Chubut, Argentina. This old house now converted into a hotel was originally a property belonging to European immigrants who settled in Argentina in the early twentieth century. Its beauty is unmatched due to it location. It is in the middle of nowhere. Kilometres and kilometres of nothing, surrounded by fields where only sheep, guanacos, and some horses live ... Emerging from this Patagonian desert is this área of red roofs, facing the closeby sea. The service in the Pedral is impeccable, offering a wealth of activities to do during the day, such as diving, boating, marine wildlife watching on boat, and quad riding. A unique experience in a unique place.
This 5-star hotel features a convention center with several rooms prepared for social events, conventions, and conferences which are available as needed. In the Business Center, the technology is compelte and state of the art, and there is bilingual staff. In the Spa & Health club there is a relaxation area, pool, fitness center with all kinds of devices. There are Deluxe Suite Rooms with twin or double beds, desk, LCD television with DVD and CD, and bathrooms. The Junior rooms have a double bed or two singles, whirlpool, LCD TV with DVD and CD Player. The Executive Suite has triple beds, anteroom reception, and jacuzzi. All twin mattress and move to up to three positions, and there is Wi-Fi, voicemail, digital safety box, and room service. The restaurant has live music, appetizers and desserts, fine cuisine, fine wines and exotic dishes. In the Bar of the Arts, where I was having coffee with friends, it's is really warm and comfortable, with individual seats which is great for a snack, tea, or some delicious drinks. I'll bring the coffee on a silver two-story tray, full of very small candied fruit and varied citruses. Just take photos outside because if you do not allow you passenger inside. To query the mail is Consultas@rostowerhotel.Com.Ar, can also be done online in a form for this purpose, which can be requested sending promotions. The website is in Spanish, English and Portuguese. It is just block away from Spain Park, 5 blocks from Córdoba and the mythical Pedestrian Bar [poi = 68855] Cairo [/ poi] and [poi = 65413] Palacio Fuentes [/ poi], and 6 blocks of pedestrian San Martin. You can walk, by bus line, remis or taxi depending on where you are. The [poi = 54631] Bus Station Mariano Moreno [/ poi] is 25 blocks away and the airport 14 km.
Walking through the streets of Puerto Madero, all named after famous Argentinian women, you'll find this modern five-star hotel where, strangely enough, pets are allowed. It is one of the most beautiful and newest hotels in Buenos Aires. Although I only saw the outside, the building is stunning, with a 600 m2 foyer and 421 rooms. It is an old building that was converted into a hotel, and was opened to the public in March 2000.
This is an enchanted place in a magical corner of Argentina. Modern design with wood and stone, the Design Suites Calafate is a luxurious nest in the wild and rugged landscape of the far south. The hotel offers: A spectacular restaurant, wine tasting area, an art gallery, health club, sauna, Scottish shower, indoor pool, fitness center. Most of the rooms have views and are super comfortable.
This is an exclusive hotel situated in the residential neighborhood of Villa Ayelen Esquel. It offers a total of 7 cabins that sleep from 1-7 people, with a warm and cozy atmosphere, large windows with views of the mountains and trees. The cabins are situated in a large landscaped plot of land measureing 5,000 sqm with over 200 rosebushes, several fruit and trees, playground and a barbecue area. It is run by its owners, it is located 5 minutes away from the center of the town, there is parking and free wireless Internet.
The Hotel Rosario is a modern and comfortable four-star hotel located right in the city of Rosario, between the Rio Parana and Cordoba pedestrian street. It has all the facilities of a hotel of its stature: the rooms are comfortable and the service is very cordial. Despite being in downtown, the street is a very quiet and relaxed.
I set off to go anywhere with my camera, until fate brought me to the city of La Falda, where its story begins at the end of the 19th century with the creation of a Hotel for two German families associated with the Nazis. At the Hotel Eden I found luxury amongst very questionable ideologies, that poet Ruben Dario questioned in his works. The beauty of the place is magnificent, named Eden as it is considered to be like the Garden of Eden.
Drafty Hotel is a "Boutique" in the Nahuel Huapi National Park overlooking the lake. Provides the ability to take full capacity with a group or company, achieving the most exclusive setting for corporate meetings. Most importantly it's the personal attention of the owners and the staff, attention to detail that makes you feel like you're at home. The Herbal Hammam & Spa is highly recommended after a day of trekking to take away those aches and pains. A place to come back to again and again.
Rosario is the third biggest city in Argentina, after Buenos Aire and Cordoba, and is located in the province of Sante Fe, in the centre-east of the country. The city is popular with travellers, so it has a good hotel network. There are many options on offer. The Hotel Esplendor Savoy Rosario, located in the history city centre, stands in a building that opened in 1910, and has been fully restoreed while preserving its heritage and historic value. It's a boutique hotel with 75 comfortable, elegantly decorated rooms, with a heated pool, gym, relaxing massages, sauna, roof garden, and the exclusive Restaurant Savoy Grand Café. The hotel is close to shopping areas, the River Paran, the Cathedral and the Central Plaza, Plaza 25 de Mayo and the Monumento a la Bandera. A good hotel for a luxurious stay in Rosario.