Rooms & Suites: 14
14 adobe-style luxury villas, each with its own plunge-pool and private terrace.
This quiet city was founded in 1561 and is noted for its wide, tree-lined avenues and many beautiful fountain-filled plazas and parks. Over 70% of Argentinean wine production comes out of the Mendoza region, primarily Malbec and Chardonnay grapes. Check in to one of the 14, 750-square-foot suites with bedroom, parlor with working fireplace, a private plunge pool, and an outside staircase leading to your roof deck for 360 degrees views of the Andes - there, you have arranged for a bottle of wine from the surrounding vineyards. For those seeking a relaxing and revitalizing getaway, the hotel has a great spa and a fabulous wine cellar with some top labels to choose from, as well as being an ideal base from which to explore the idyllic Argentinean wine country. Tour one of the area's many wineries with your private local guide. Learn about the wine making process from start to finish, ending with a wine tasting of different blends with the Andes Mountains as a backdrop. Take a day trip to the mountain region of Potrerillos (about one hour from Cavas) for white water rafting, hiking, rappelling or horseback riding. Enjoy a day of leisure in your spectacular surroundings, gazing at the mountains and exploring the vineyards at Cavas. Indulge in a wine-based spa treatment. Mendoza is 'The Gateway to the Andes' and the city was founded in 1561. This quiet city is noted for its wide, tree-lined avenues, and many beautiful fountain-filled plazas and parks. Over 70% of Argentinean wine production comes out of the Mendoza region, primarily Malbec and Chardonnay grapes.
Relais & Chateaux
Adventure/Eco/Nature, Romantic Getaway, Spa & Wellness, Wineries / Wine Tasting
Mendoza Airport (MDZ)
November through April