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All of us are familiar with the caricature of Argentina: Buenos Aires, some cattle ranches, maybe Patagonia if we’re feeling outdoorsy. Too often forgotten is the wine country, and the Andes-side city of Mendoza — not a major metropolis by any means but a city that’s big enough to have at least one world-class hotel. This imposing 19th-century Spanish Colonial facade still bears the legend “Plaza-Hotel” over its colonnaded entryway, but make no mistake: inside it’s a completely up-to-date Park Hyatt.
Rooms vary in size, of course, on up to the truly decadent suites, but even the most basic rooms are spacious and extremely well-appointed: down duvets, white marble bathrooms, separate baths and showers.
The Park Hyatt Mendoza is of course more than just a place to sleep and bathe. One restaurant, two cafes and a couple of bars showcase the local cuisine and the Mendocino wines. There’s a full-service spa with a pool and a well-equipped fitness center if you’re interested in taking care of yourself, and a casino if you’re not — additionally a number of outdoor excursions can be arranged, as well as tours of what’s probably the Mendoza province’s main attraction: the vineyards.
How to get there:
Park Hyatt Mendoza is approximately a 15 minute drive from El Plumerillo International Airport.
- 186 Rooms
- Style: Contemporary Classic
- Atmosphere: Lively
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- Park Hyatt Mendoza
- Chile 1124
- Mendoza, Argentina