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Hotel Iruya

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Oregon USA
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

Do you have a few days to leave the modern world behind and get to a remote corner of the world? Are you willing to drive (or be driven) over hair-raising mountain passes and to ford running streams? If so, the trek to Iruya will leave a lasting impression. If you enjoy going to a place where few visit, this...

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Teresa R, Director de Relaciones con Clientes at Hotel Iruya, responded to this review

Thank you for giving us your opinion! You made us laugh with your description of the effort you had to make to get here, how lucky you did it! We hope that many more people will be encouraged to make these ways to reach this magical place. Regards, Teresa

Seattle, Washington
Reviewed 17 September 2016 via mobile

We rented a car and drove from Salta to Iruya. The long winding road to get there was spectacular. We crossed several small creeks, passed a donkey, not to mention the beauty of the surrounding hills. We arrived in Iruya and had to drive up a very steep, narrow cobblestone road to get to Hotel Iruya perched on a hill...

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Coffs Harbour, Australia
Reviewed 11 April 2016 via mobile

Hotel Uruya offers rooms with spectacular views. We stayed in room 2 which had views over the town and the cliff lines. Rooms are spacious and you can open the large windows. The atmosphere is tranquil with its many sitting rooms, verandas and private areas. The restaurant provides local cuisine with ample servings and good quality. There are many pleasant...

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Toronto, Canada
Reviewed 14 January 2016

If you have gone to the trouble to make it to Iruya, you are going to want a decent place to stay. Hotel Iruya is that place. All staff were super friendly, including when we realized we had a flat tire the morning we were going to leave. Great guy who worked the front desk helped us get the tire...

1Thank Shaun B
Geneva, Switzerland
Reviewed 18 October 2015

We certainly didn't expect such level of comfort in such a remote village. The hotel dominates the village and offers superb views but remains rather well integrated in the landscape. It looks relatively new and well maintained, the rooms are comfortable with true double beds, individual gas heaters and good bathrooms. No safes. The main hall/dining room opens on a...

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Sao Paulo, SP
Reviewed 13 August 2015 via mobile

Argentinian people are known for their hospitality but Hotel Iruya seems to be an exception. First of all there are literally two staff members for the whole hotel. One in the morning and one in the evening. And they are supposed to do everything: front office tasks, restaurant service, room service... So of course it's impossible to deliver the level...

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Reviewed 3 July 2015 via mobile

Iruya is a small village in the middle of the mountains and the way to get there is absolutely spectacular! We loved it. The view of the terrace of Hotel Iruya is great. Also a mirador is nearby and provides you with a spectacular view of the whole Village and mountains. The room was clean and the bed comfortable. There...

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Vancouver, Canada
Reviewed 2 February 2015

Oasis at the end of a long journey. This is one town you can say the journey there was the adventure and an accomplishment in its own. Once you finally arrive to town, drive to the bottom and then back up again to the very, very top of town. From there the hotel is perched over everything, with great views...

2Thank Leslie B
Reviewed 27 July 2014

Iruya is at the end of the road. Not quite at the end of the world, but I suspect you can see it from there. After what we had experiencede during our trip thru the Puna this place was a pleasant surprise. Simple but comfortable and well heated rooms with plenty of hot water for the shower. The hotel is...

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Jackson, Wyoming
Reviewed 8 June 2014

If you can get to Iruya and like quiet, indigenous villages, Iruya is terrific: a spectacularly beautiful setting and captivating small, old Town. And the Hotel Iruya is a very nice, even though it has a slight "national parkish type hotel" feel. The food was excellent, the staff was terrific and the views from the hotel are incredible. The only...

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  • Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
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Additional Information about Hotel Iruya

Address: Calle Gral San Martin 641, Iruya A4633AKA, Argentina
Region: Argentina > Northern Argentina > Province of Salta > Iruya
Price Range: $107 - $189 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:3 star — Hotel Iruya 3*
Number of rooms: 15
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Hosteria De Iruya Hotel Salta
Hosteria De Iruya Salta
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“We had Room 6 with a view of town and the mountains.”
BenOregon, 20 Mar 2017 | Read review
“Get a room on the side of the hotel looking down the mountains”
998shaunb, 14 Jan 2016 | Read review
“Rooms with view are of course to be preferred”
JMGeneva, 18 Oct 2015 | Read review
“Any room with a view”
782sandyr, 8 Jun 2014 | Read review
“The rooms with a view are a little extra, but nice. If hotel is mostly empty they may give you a discount, doesnt hurt to ask.”
331SteveH, 2 Jun 2013 | Read review
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