Luxury hotels in Buenos Aires and its region
Buenos Aires is often considered the Paris of South America. This colorful city is bursting with passion and culture, striking architecture, quaint cafes and passionate locals. Famous for its steak, tango and fun culture this is a must visit when coming to Argentina. As a multicultural city, it hosts an array of ethnic groups and cultures as well as several languages being spoken throughout. As most international flights fly into the capital city, it’s a great place to start your Argentina adventures.
Luxury hotels in Mendoza and its region
Mendoza is a province located in west-central Argentina. It’s most famous for its viticulture with most tourists coming to the area for wine tours and tasting holidays. When the Spaniards arrived in the 1500’s, the indigenous people, the Huarpe, were already using the land and had developed an irrigation system that redirected the water from the rivers. The system is still used today and makes the land rich for vineyards. It hosts the highest mountain in the world outside Asia, Aconcagua which has seven snow-capped summits. It can get very hot here in the summer but in the winter snowstorms make for excellent ski resorts such as Las Lenas, Penitentes and Vallecitos.
Luxury hotels in Salta and its region
The Salta region of Argentina is located in the north-west of the country. It is in the tropical zone of Argentina so temperatures can get very high in the summer but also very cold in winter. They range from 116F – 23F between seasons! There are three national parks in the region, numerous colonial architectural attractions as well as Incan mummies around the Llullaillaco volcano. The ‘Train to the Clouds’ is one of the highest railways in the world traveling around the Cordillera de Los Andes and provides unbelievable scenery! There is certainly a lot to keep you occupied in the Salta region.
Luxury hotels in Tilcara and its region
Tilcara is a city in the Jujuy province of northern Argentina. Human inhabitants in the area date back for more than 10,000 years, making it one of the oldest continuously inhabited areas of Argentina. Sitting at around 2500m it is surrounded by the Andes Mountains and is rich in Aboriginal traditions. It is a popular tourist destination because of these strong roots, with many well pIncanved Incan ruins and other historical sites in the area. There are also some national parks, lakes and jungle areas to visit. Making the area of Jujuy full of things to do for every type of tourist.
Luxury hotels in Iguazu and its region
Iguazú is located in the region of Misiones which is in northeast Argentina. This small province is largely covered by subtropical rainforest with vastly diverse ecosystems and a huge range of animals such as monkeys and toucans. The main tourist attraction in the area is Iguazú Falls, the largest waterfall system in the world. But tourists also come to visit for the beautiful nature and San Ignacio Miní, a UNESCO world heritage site containing ruins from a colonial Christian mission. The whole region does experience high rainfall and has little dry seasons, so is very humid. A beautiful area to visit for a jungle escape.
Luxury hotels in Bariloche and its region
The city of Bariloche is a ski and trekking town with alpine style architecture. It is located in the province of Río Negro and the name Bariloche literally means ‘people from behind the mountain’ in Mapuche language. This is one of the 6 areas that make up Argentinian Patagonia and is surrounded by stunning mountains and beautiful lakes. The most visited is the Nahuel Huapi National Park, the oldest national park in Argentina. Many trekking paths surround the area making for great adventure holidays. A truly stunning area of the country.
Luxury hotels in El Calafate and its region
El Calafate is a town located in the southern province of Santa Cruz, Argentina. This area is the second largest province in Argentina but the least populated. El Calafate is a popular destination for people to stay when visiting Los Glaciares National Park, and most notably Perito Moreno Glacier and surrounding mountains. Overlooking the town itself is Argentino Lake, the biggest freshwater lake in the whole of the country and also boasts flamingos at regular times of the year. The town also hosts the famous Glaciarium a museum dedicated to ice and glaciers.
Luxury hotels in Ushuaia and its region
Some people say the Tierra del Fuego province, which Ushuaia is situated in feels like the end of the world! It’s certainly one of the most southern points in the world without being in Antarctica. This beautiful area is at its most striking during their winter, where tourists come to ski and enjoy the blanket of snow that covers the town, lake and mountains. The town looks over the Beagle channel, which is a body of water in between the Tierra del Fuego archipelago. Many animals including sea lions, orcas and penguins inhabit the islands and waters in Beagle Channel. Certainly remote but if you are looking for a stunning winter escape then look no further.