Hotel Cordon del Plata

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

9 de Julio 1539, Mendoza, 5500, Argentina
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Value Score Poor Value

Rated 11% lower than similarly priced 3 star hotels

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  • Families40
  • Couples53
  • Solo52
  • Business30

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Aconcagua Park on July 1st

by davidihn

Hi,

Does anyone know if the Aconcagua Park is closed during the winter months? We want to visit the Aconcagua Peak, as I heard the view is nice. I looked into some tour companies, and only few seem to go there while others just show you the view of the peak from a distance. Any information on this would be helpful. Thanks,

Re: Aconcagua Park on July 1st

by kiwigal_1

Hi there,

Aconcagua is the highest mountain in the Southern Hemisphere and would require mountaineering experience, guides and three weeks in order to climb it. You can only make the summit climb during the summer months due to the snow and ice.

Cheers,
Rhianon

Re: Aconcagua Park on July 1st

by giloc2006

Hi. You can visit Around there but you cannot climb. You should need a special permission cause there is no base camp operating in that period because of the high snow. The only period you can climb is on Summer. Here you can find something more about Aconcagua: http://buenosaires.giorgioshouse.com/giorgio%27s_house__000044.htm
Enjoy Argentina

Re: Aconcagua Park on July 1st

by vinoymi

You can visit the viewpoint trail, it costs about 25 pesos to get in the gate to the park for a foreigner. It is a half-hour walk, and if it is clear you can get a good view of the top. There will be snow and it will be cold, so dress very warm.

The trail, beyond, to the base camps are closed from ealry May to late Novemeber.

On July 1, which is a Thursday, you could catch the local mikrun bus, Espresso Uspallatta (EUSA) from the terminal (ticket booth south side) at 6 am (it leaves at 7 am on Weekends and Holidays). You would arrive there about 10:20 am, do the trail, and then walk the half hour down to Puente del Inca to look at the natural bridge and hot srings. The bus returns from both the park gate and Puente at about 4:40 pm. The cheap way to go, or you could take a tour.

Buen viaje.

Re: Aconcagua Park on July 1st

by vinoymi

You can visit the viewpoint trail, it costs about 25 pesos to get in the gate to the park for a foreigner. It is a half-hour walk, and if it is clear you can get a good view of the top. There will be snow and it will be cold, so dress very warm.

The trail, beyond, to the base camps are closed from ealry May to late Novemeber.

On July 1, which is a Thursday, you could catch the local mikrun bus, Espresso Uspallatta (EUSA) from the terminal (ticket booth south side) at 6 am (it leaves at 7 am on Weekends and Holidays). You would arrive there about 10:20 am, do the trail, and then walk the half hour down to Puente del Inca to look at the natural bridge and hot srings. The bus returns from both the park gate and Puente at about 4:40 pm. The cheap way to go, or you could take a tour.

Buen viaje.

Travel Tips for Mendoza

Magnificent views of the Andes

by Trekki

Whenever you have the possibility to visit Mendoza by car, or rent a car, you should do the "circle" around Mendoza - as this gives you a fantastic view of the Andes and brings you to all the hidden beauties of the area.

The best is to drive north through Las Heras, then to Villavicencio ("home" of the natural water), then westwards along a gravel road which winds up high into the Precordillera. Along you pass a gigantic gorge, victim of earth's geological activity, some abandoned towns (mineries) - until you finally reach an altitude of approx. 3200 m - giving you a prime view of the mountain range.
You drive down to Uspallata, can enjoy it's numerous restaurants and the specialities of the region and drive back to Mendoza via Ruta 7 (the connection between Santiago de Chile and Buenos Aires), passing the Potrerillos lake. Please see the map - it shows the route

Renting bike in Mendoza

by ptitetoile

You can rent a bike at the Break point (youth hostel) (west of the Plaza Independencia) for 16 pesos a day (8 for a half day). The ones we choosed were very funny : I called them Harley Davidson bike...guess why!
But unfortunately, they don't ride very fast and the seat (in the beginning very comfortable) become irritating after a 15km ride. So it is maybe beter to choose a mountain-bike if you have the choice!

Eating at Sarmiento street

by mindcrime about Havana

Sarmiento street is full of cafes especially at the pedestrian side of it and you can stop there for a while if you want a fresh juice or a beer.

One of many cafes along Paseo Sarmiento is Havana. I stopped here for a sweet (9pesos) and a soft drink (5pesos) but you can also have orange juice (5pesos) and several tasty coffees. Most of the people choose one of the cafes here along their way to plaza Independencia.

Although some really good restaurants are at the other side, after plaza Independencia, one day I just stopped at another one (I cant remember the name) to have something here because I was hungry walking all day.

The service was good and my Milanesa de pollo napolitana costed me 20 pesos(4euros) but it wasn’t so good like in other argentinian restaurants. I was pretending I’m from argentina now (it was 8 days after my arrival in the country) so I ordered a big beer (750ml!) that was a Quilmes one (they are everywhere) that costed 6,5 pesos (1,3euros)

Of course, my table was outside again where everyone is and you can watch the people passing by. As I said there are better areas to eat in Mendoza, choose one of the cafes for their drinks or sweets...

Mendoza is the wine center of...

by Erika_Reese

Mendoza is the wine center of Argentina, and they celebrate 'La Fiesta de la VENDIMIA' (The WINE HARVEST Party) it goes beyond an economical fact, it´s the end of the vine season tilling. In this event, you will find a lot of tourists and local people working to remember and pay a tribute to our ancestors and those who work hard the whole year to make a better province. The principals acts of this special party are 'The Blessing of the Fruits', 'The Carrousel' and the 'Election and Coronation of the Queen Show'.

A new concept of service in Mendoza-

by Lunita

We are opening on december 21st , our first house of services.
Argentina Alive in Aguirre, is meant to be a place for you to crash weather it is your first time in Mendoza or you already visited it.
We have our "traveler`s help desk" at your service all day long-NO siesta- (if you already traveled to mendoza, you know what Im talking about LOL). Also, we have the best bar in the city where you can also taste traditional food, home made food.
In Aguirre we also host the best of the local art and shows, so theres no way that you get bored or lost in the city!
I hope you can visit us soon!

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Address: 9 de Julio 1539, Mendoza, 5500, Argentina