The heavyset main building of this hotel-cum-country-club was once part of the Jesuits' holdings. The grounds are now Alta Gracia's prestigious golf club—you can wake up and step right out onto the green. The simple white-walled rooms certainly feel very colonial, with big brass bedsteads, floral curtains, and hardwood floors. Modern installations like air-conditioning assure that old doesn't mean uncomfortable. The downstairs dining room, which has huge windows looking
over the greens, serves such traditional Argentine dishes as medallón de lomo a la pimienta (black pepper steak) and hearty gnocchi.
Camino a los Paredones, Km 3, Alta Gracia, Córdoba, 5186, Argentina