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Reviewed September 8, 2018

I'm a low-season tourist. Prices are better and with some luck weather collaborates. Despite the fact is faraway from Mendoza's urban center, it's very strategic if you want to visit some places like Vale de Uco (Bodega Salentein) or Potrerillos Lake and Aconcaguas Provincial Park in the Andes (car is a must have). Weather normally is very dry, but even more in September so prepare yourself if you have sensitive/dry skin. And water is never enough so even if it's safe drinking tap water, prices are very friendly in Mendoza. There's a supermarket in Luján de Cuyo called Atomo when you can buy larger bottles of mineral water for travelling.
There are two options of staying: suites in the main house or private villas. About the Lodge: staff is very kind and attentive. Communication is better if you know some Spanish. Room service: They have the best empanadas I ever had.
Staying in the Villas: Beautiful two-storey building in front of a small artificial lake. Treat yourself watching on the rooftop the beautiful sunset by the Andes itself having a generous table of fiambres and cheese and the local wine.
They don't have a gym, but you can run by the vineyards (just remember to keep yourself hydrated!). Or just borrow a bike and get lost in the state. They also have a common pool, but it's ridiculously cold this season.
Important: whenever your leaving or arriving the property later than 6pm DO warn staff about your schedule otherwise you'll get locked out/in for the night vigil leaves their post from time-to-time to patrol the vineyard.

Room tip: Avoid Villa2. it's in the middle of the other villas so you 2x the risk of having an eventual noisy neighbour. Villa3: best parking site
Date of stay: September 2018
  • Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Thank Toscano88
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Reviewed May 14, 2018 via mobile

The Lodge is wonderful with spectacular views. Pablo is extremely helpful and they are quite flexible on dinner options. The only slight drawback is it is a bit isolated, down a very rock 3 mile road, so in the evening it is quite the journey into town for dinner.

Date of stay: May 2018
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
1  Thank ellendU2671OL
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Reviewed March 3, 2018

This is a stunningly beautiful hotel, located in the middle of a vineyard. The hotel and grounds are gorgeous! It is remote, roughly 30 minutes from town. The food and wine are excellent. The staff was extremely helpful, and very accommodating. Definitely a "couples" escape. Other than the swimming pool, there was not much available for families with small children.

Date of stay: February 2018
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Thank Herb R
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Reviewed November 21, 2017 via mobile

When one arrives at the vineyard guardhouse and drives up to the hotel, you may be slightly concerned that this place is odd .... But don’t be, this is the most brilliant place to stay.

There are three stunning villas with a beautifully furnished bedroom and a terrace with a view to die for over the vines to the Andes. And on the roof of each villa is a wonderful sitting area and Jacuzzi + open fire.

In the main house is a dining area which serves delicious dinners and rather simple breakfasts.

Ignore the posts which suggest you need a four wheel drive car to get here, there is a 3 km unpaved road but it’s fine for any car.

Do stay here, you won’t be disappointed.

Date of stay: November 2017
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Thank Brit98
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Reviewed September 20, 2017

I spent 5 nights at this hotel with my family (wife and 2 kids). It was a very good experience! The views of the Cordillera are something I will never forget! Moreover, the "villa" where we stayed is astonishing, with a fantastic terrace with a jacuzzi overlooking the mountains. Service is very good, staff is helpful and polite. Dinners are very nice, but breakfasts are very simple, with few options. Be aware that the hotel is far away from many attractions, and transportation services in the region are very expensive. In addition, the small road leading to the hotel is in terrible conditions (if you decide to drive, make sure you have a 4x4).

Room tip: Ask for the private villas
Date of stay: September 2017
  • Trip type: Travelled with family
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