Hotel Vecchia Roma

Espana 1615, Mendoza, 5500, Argentina
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Cheap accommodation in Mendoza

by Bozydugger

Hi, I'm travelling to mendoza for 2 days and have been trying to find a cheap double room in a fairly good location. Can anyone help me out with recommendations, the cheaper the better.... $20-$30???

I've looked on the internet but things don't seem to be as cheap as I imagined, (e.g. bed in a dorm in a hostel, $37). Would it be better just to arrive and have a walk around to try and find a small hotel that can't advertise on the internet??

Any help would be great.

Thanks,

Tom

Re: Cheap accommodation in Mendoza

by puppis

You should go to the Tourist Office when you arrive, they have lists of places to stay with up-to-date information. But I think you will not get a double room for less than 50 pesos. It is summer time.

Re: Cheap accommodation in Mendoza

by Porteno

You can try this link which under the heading "where to sleep" they have listed hotels down to 1 star, apartment hotels, B&B;s and hostels so you should be able to locate something within your price range.

http://www.welcomeargentina.com/mendoza/index_i.html

If you are willing to up the price to $45 usd a night inc breakfast i would suggest you book the Hotel Argentino. On the main plaza and wonderful. Check my Mendoza travel pages for contact information.
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Travel Tips for Mendoza

Bodegas around Mendoza City

by Trekki

Provincia of Mendoza is full of wineries, mostly around Mendoza city itself, Valle del Uco (south of Mendoza), Maipu (east of Mendoza) and San Rafael in the south. In the central region around Mendoza, you can find the famous ones like Weinert, Lagarde, Etchart, Chandon, etc.
This region is located around latitud 33, at around 1050 m above sea level - one of Chandon's famous wines is called Latitud 33°.

In total, this region produces wine on around 23.000 hectars, the most popular grapes being Malbec, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot.

Parque Nacional Aconcagua

by omar_samra

It had always been a dream of mine to climb this peak, the highest in the Americas standing at 6962m. Unfortunatly, when i arrived to Mendoza (closest big city to the mountain and where most people arrange their climb) it was not climbing season, the park closed (climbing season is from Nov. to Feb.). Still i wouldn´t leave till i got a glimpse of this savage mountain up close and so i took the 4 hour journey from Mendoza to the park and made my way to the view point perched next to a frozen lagoon. The view took my breath away and reasserted the feeling that i would someday be back to this place, but keep going just a little further...to the summit!

Museo del pasado de Cuyo

by omar_samra

A little museum in the center of Mendoza that contains 14 salas and houses many artifcats from earlier city times. A replica of the sabre of San Martin and a copy of the famous book, "crossing of the Andes" resides here. Also, 3 paintings, by 3 different artists, done one year before the unfortunate earthquake depict what the city looked like and is the only living proof of this. It also shows what Plaza San Francisco used to look like, now just a ruin.

Perfectly matched

by TheWanderingCamel

Maybe this tip should be in the restaurant section, but we made the visit to Ruca Malen as part of our wine-tasting day, so I'm going to leave it all here. Ruca Malen (photo 1) is a relatively new player in the Mendoza wine industry but they don't let that hold them back. The tour with our delightful guide, Mariela (photo 2), wasn't overlong but, as the third tour of the day, was quite adequate, with an explanation of how the grapes are hand-picked, the stages of fermentation, etc, and some tasting of wines still in the vats. Then we got down to the serious business of the day...

The combination of wine and food at the tasting lunch following the tour was just beautiful. It had been recommended to us by Guadelupe at Club Tapiz as one of the best the region had to offer - well - we didn't go anywhere else to compare for lunch but this must surely be hard to beat. Beginning with delicious appetisers on the terrace before moving into an airy pavilion (photo3) surrounded by vines with a gorgeous view to the mountains (photo 4), we were served with a lunch where each course was perfectly matched to an accompanying wine. The food was great, light and luncheony but beautifully cooked and presented. An added touch was a complimentary glass of champagne (from a a different vineyard as they don't make one) when they learned we there to celebrate a birthday.

By the end of our long lunch we were very glad we had opted to end our day of vineyard visiting there so we could head back to our hotel for a siesta before heading into Mendoza for the evening.

High Andes - Part III (Inca´s Bridge)

by pili

This is a natural stone bridge with water seeping through its cracks and crevices. It is situated 180 km. from the capital city; also in Luján de Cuyo country; at an elevation of 2,727 m. above sea level. Its water have healing effects for diseases such a gout, rheumatism, dermatitis and syphilis.
In the area can be seen also the ruins of the hotel Termas del Inca, built under the bridge in 1905 and razed by an avalanche in 1961.
This center is at present only exploited as a tourist attraction for its magnificient combination of colored stone and thermal waters.-

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