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Refugio del Pintor

At a Glance

    Pros

  • attentive staff
  • great views
  • plenty of common spaces
  • good breakfast with homemade bread

    Cons

  • small rooms

Refugio del Pintor Review

The building that houses this hotel (look carefully for the sign, or you'll miss it) was formerly used by the painter Medardo Pantoja from Jujuy, hence the name and the local artworks on the walls; the garden and the sweeping views have been here a while—everything else has been redone with style and imagination. Rooms are small but efficient, with wooden beams, striped fabrics, and big windows. Common spaces are light and welcoming. There's a fogón (open fireplace) for cooking in the courtyard or for warming chilly feet.

    Hotel Details

  • 13 rooms.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 12-06-2011

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