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Hotel Termas Cacheuta

At a Glance

    Pros

  • scenic surroundings
  • delicious and nutritious food

    Cons

  • watch your head in the grotto, water park can get crowded and noisy

Hotel Termas Cacheuta Review

Hot mineral springs have been bubbling forth at this historic spa next to the Mendoza River since 1885, when visitors arrived by train from Buenos Aires; today, hotel guests and day-trippers begin their day with a steamy sauna in the grotto, followed by a high-powered hot shower, and then a Jacuzzi. Next they get slathered with hot mud, then wait until it dries in the sun (or via heater if nature's taking a day off). After rinsing off in another shower, a variety of indoor and outdoor pools kept at varying temperatures invite long soaks. Lunch is a huge buffet, featuring vegetables grown on-site. Rooms overlook the lawn and warm mineral pool. Rates include three meals, two thermal baths, and a massage. Hiking, river rafting, and mountain biking can be arranged.

    Hotel Details

  • 16 rooms
  • Rate includes all meals.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 11-23-2011

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