San Lorenzo Apartments

San Lorenzo 568, Mendoza, Argentina
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One night...

by Bearzy


I plan to stay in Mendoza for one night only and the plan is to leave rather early with a bus to Santiago. I was wondering if anyone could recommend a nice, average price (USD 40-80) double room hotel with good location.

I was also thinking about the travel from Buenos Aires to Mendoza. My first plan was to fly but now I´ve started to think about going by bus. Can anyone recommend a comfortable buscompany? How is the scenery on the way? Is there some nice town along the way to stop overnight and continue from there to Mendoza?

Thanks :)


RE: One night...

by Porteno

I highly recommend the Hotel Argentino, it is on the same plaza as the Hyatt so very well located and great service. Check my travel pages on Mendoza. The landscape between BaAs and Mendoza is pretty ordinary and flat. If you take the bus just do an overnight one and sleep. Andesmar is a very good company but there are others as well. Most of the long distance intercity buses have sleeper seats so they can be quite comfortable.

RE: One night...

by Cmb76

I think the same, Hotel Argentino is a best value hotel, is very well located, good price, choose room N°26 or 36 DBL EXE, with a big balcony and Independecia Square view. (U$60)

RE: One night...

by justinelack

I have a friend who owns a brand new building that rents the apartments. If you are interested let me know. It also has a small kitchen. They are very nice. The price I believe is $US40. And my fiance used to work for several bus companies and the best is TAC and Nevado (most comfortable and not so expensive)
Thanks Justine

Travel Tips for Mendoza

Vines and roses

by TheWanderingCamel

You'll see the old custom of growing a rose bush at the end of a row of vines in places in Mendoza. White roses at the end of Sauvignon Blanc, Torrontes, Chardonnays and the other whites, red roses for Malbecs and Merlots, Cabernet Sauvignons and Pinot Noirs. Not every row of course - there's far too many for that - but around the cellar door areas and the public parts of the vineyards they make a pretty show. They served a purpose other than simply being pretty though - roses are even more susceptible to mildew than vines and the rose bushes were rather like the canaries in coal mines - they gave a warning to the grower. These days, sulphur sprays keep mildew at bay very effectively, and it's never been a big problem in Mendoza's dry mountain air anyway, but it's a nice tradition and it certainly makes for a few nice photos.

You can travel to Mendoza from...

by Dicomo

You can travel to Mendoza from Buenos Aires (1100km) by plane six time a day every day of the month every month of the year (150u$s).
From Santiago Chile (350 km) two flights a day (90u$s)
By bus from Buenos Aires lots of buses a day (55 u$s
By bus from Santiago lots too (20u$s)
Taxi from Santiago (20u$s)
IN Mendoza you can mouve by bus 0,55 u$s
or rent a car for near 50 - 70 u$s per day


by swesn

Plaza Independencia is the main central plaza of Mendoza. It has quite an impressive garden, full of trees and benches and lovely lamp-posts, children's playground, a museum, a theatre and topped with a semi-circular fountain.

There are 4 other smaller squares equidistant from the main plaza - Plaza Espana, Plaza Italia, Plaza Chile and Plaza San Martin.

On weekends, there are a few rows of handicraft stalls lining on one side of the plaza.

Cerro de la Gloria

by andal13

Cerro de la Gloria (Glory Hill) has at the top a monument to General San Martín, the Argentinian national hero, and his fight. The monument was created by Uruguayan sculptor Ferrari.

El Cerro de la Gloria tiene en su cima un monumento al General San Martín, el héroe nacional argentino, y su gesta. El monumento es obra del escultor uruguayo Ferrari.

Basilica San Francisco

by Bwana_Brown

During our Sunday morning 'free-day' walkabout in Mendoza, we passed by the impressive Basilica San Francisco as we neared Plaza San Martin. Completed in 1875, this was the first church built in Mendoza following the great earthquake of 1861. It was designed by a Belgian, Urban Barbier and originally had a central bell tower and two shorter towers. However, in 1920 the earthquake nemisis struck again and the bell tower was lost.

This National Historical Site is noted for holding the remains of San Martin's daughter, son-in-law and grand-daughter following their repatriation from France in 1951. The strange thing about the hero San Martin is that, after so much involvement in liberating Argentina, Chile and Peru, he did not like the way the newly independent country was being governed. As a result, following the death of his wife, he and his daughter left for France in 1824, where he remained until his death in 1850. His body now rests in the Metropolitan Cathedral in Buenos Aires.


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