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Estancia La Paz

At a Glance

    Pros

  • historical feel
  • fantastic food
  • buffet breakfast
  • nighttime horseback riding

    Cons

  • not appropriate for those opposed to hunting, as it's a popular offering

Estancia La Paz Review

Colonnaded galleries run around the outside of Estancia La Paz, which belonged to Argentine president Julio Roca at the end of the 19th century. The false wardrobe connecting his bedroom with that of his lover isn't the only reminder of the estancia's past: the owners' choice of antique furniture, period ornaments, and heavy silk drapes all take you back in time. Ducks swim serenely on the huge lake behind the estancia, whose manicured grounds were designed by landscaper Carlos Thays and make for perfect picnic territory. When you sit down for dinner at the long, damask-clothed dining table, expect some surprises: as well as top-notch classic Argentine fare, chef Bruno Glaudo also prepares exotic national dishes that feature llama, deer, wild boar, capybara, and even yacaré (a local caiman species, similar to an alligator).

    Hotel Details

  • 23 rooms.
  • Rate includes all-inclusive.
  • Credit cards accepted.

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