- Dining: There’s no restaurant, but you can select light lunches and snacks from an all-day menu of local dishes and simple puddings. A continental breakfast is included in the room rates and there’s a small but superb wine list in the bar. There are plenty of eateries within walking distance
- Communal areas: The huge, comfortable lounge has puffed-up sofas and bookcases stacked with tomes on local history and culture. There’s also bright patio where you can eat breakfast or relax with a drink from the bar
- Internet Access: Free WiFi is available throughout and guests can use the computer in reception
- Swimming Pool: None
- Spa Treatments: In-room massages, facials, manicures and hair cuts can be arranged on request
- Disabled Access: The ground floor of the hotel is fully accessible for wheelchair users, as is one Lujo room, El Músico, which has a specially adapted bathroom with a shower
- Pets: Not accepted
- Languages Spoken: English, Spanish, French, Portuguese
When to go?
The weather is good almost all year round in Salta and the north west in general. Winter (June to August) is sunny, with bright clear days but chilly nights. Summer (December to February) is hot - impossibly so at times - with frequent torrential downpours. Avoid January and February if you’re hoping to explore the rural areas by car, as the roads can get cut off due to flooding.
Salta is one of Argentina’s most appealing cities, and a good place to stop for 1 or 2 nights. You'll have time to take in the colonial architecture, museums, markets, rousing folk music and local culture before heading south to Cachi.
- Walk to restaurants (offsite)
- All-day snack menu
- Guest lounge
- WIFI internet
- In room treatments available
- Disabled access
- Off street parking