Sign Up
Newsletter Signup
Free Fodor's Newsletter

Subscribe today for weekly travel inspiration, tips, and special offers.

Passport: Your weekly travel wrap-up
Today's Departure: Your daily dose of travel inspiration

Wine Regions Travel Guide

See All Hotels

Wine Regions Hotels

Tourist offices can recommend all kinds of hospedajes (lodgings), apart-hotels (rooms with cooking facilities and sometimes a sitting area), cabañas (cabins), hostels, and residenciales (bed-and-breakfasts), all of which are generally well maintained and offer good bargains. In the countryside you'll find everything from campgrounds to hosterías (inns), estancias (ranches),

In the countryside you'll find everything from campgrounds to hosterías (inns), estancias (ranches), and even a spa hotel. Posadas (country inns) can be cozy and old-fashioned, sprawling and ranchlike, or sleek and modern. Some have first-rate restaurants and an extensive wine list. Afternoon tea, wine tastings, and custom tours, horseback rides, and evening entertainment are all possible activities.

Mendoza City has lively hostels, many medium-size hotels and apart-hotels, and the Hyatt and the Diplomat for luxury. San Rafael has two modern hotels, a few smaller ones, a golf and tennis resort, bodega and hotel, and the inimitable Finca Los Alamos—a charming and historic country home family-owned and -operated since 1890.

Read More
Browse All Hotels

Advertisement

Trip Finder
Store
Travel Phrases

Learn Spanish Phrases before or while you're on the go!

Download Now