Deepak and Simmi had a fantastic trip to South America in November 2017. The main focus of their trip was Chile but they also managed to squeeze in a few nights in Rio, Argentine Patagonia and Buenos Aires.
Argentina included in case we role a MultiSite later.
At just an hour’s drive from Posadas airport, Puerto Valle is a 13 room hotel at the northern edge of the Iberá Wetlands. For those wanting to enjoy a higher-level of comfort and to avoid a lengthy long road transfer into the Esteros, Puerto Valle is a superb choice and promises excellent wildlife viewing.
An eight-suite hotel just outside of Villa la Angostura, Luma is a family-run lakeside retreat in Argentina’s Lake District. With big airy suites looking out over the lake, homemade food and a menu that changes daily, Luma is a home from home and a tranquil base from which to explore the beautiful lakes region.
A small and charming hostería built in the style of an old Patagonian railway station; Patagonia Rebelde is one of the few properties in El Calafate with a real sense of character and history.
Hotel La Cantera is a small boutique hotel built into the hillside in El Calafate. As long as you don’t mind taking the hotel’s shuttle into town in the evenings, the good service and comfortable accommodation make it a more than adequate base for a couple of nights in El Calafate while visiting the glacier.
An all-suite boutique hotel in Palermo Hollywood, the Fierro Hotel is a cool and modern property in one of the best areas for nightlife in Buenos Aires. At a similar price level to the Mine Hotel in Palermo Soho, it has bigger guest rooms and caters to a slightly younger clientele.
One of the larger hotels in Palermo, CasaSur is a great choice for those wanting to be in trendy Palermo Hollywood while having access to plenty of facilities. In an area of the city where most of the hotels are small and boutique, CasaSur Palermo stands out for its modern design, spacious rooms and good range of features including a gym, spa and outdoor swimming pool.
In the buzzy Palermo Hollywood district of Buenos Aires, Hotel Clasico is a great option for those wanting a comfortable and well-located base for exploring Buenos Aires. Its modern design and close proximity to a number of good restaurants make it an easy hotel to recommend for anyone looking for an inexpensive option in one of the best areas for nightlife.
The Hotel Charming is a simple base for those wanting to stay outside of the bustle of Bariloche but still be able to go into town in the evenings. With a friendly and relaxed atmosphere and rooms that can be connected to create self-contained apartments, it’s a great option for families and groups of friends as well.
Our pick of the properties outside of Salta, Finca Valentina provides the perfect mix of being able to explore the city and still come away and relax in peaceful surroundings. With horse riding, cooking classes, mountain biking and trips to explore the local ruta del vino all readily available, you can easily spend a few days at the Finca without getting bored.