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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Aconcagua Mendoza
Rooms are small and a bit old fashion
Bathroom is real small, The bathtub has no closing mechanism so you have to take a showers but the shower sprays all direction in and out of the bath tub, the toilet handle has to be giggled after each use in order to stop the water from running.
No space to set dowm our toileteries bags
Overall defenetely not a 4 stars
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Dinner last night was not much, Breakfast this morning even less.
We had a good laugh this morning though.
When I got dressed I noticed that my pants were getting loose and said to Gylls that I should have followed Jenny Craig instead of going on this trip, it would have been cheaper... she had a fit of laughter.
We had a …
... or even a McDonald's. We were forced to return home, eat plain pasta and try to find the Argentine equivalent of Jools Holland's Hootenanny. This was proving to be a little depressing until midnight arrived. The flat we are staying in is on the 8th floor of a building which overlooks a plaza, which gave us an incredible view of literally hundreds of fireworks for miles around (as well as an unfortunate view of a building burning down). At 3.30 in the morning we headed to ...
... worth any more of our precious vacation time so we left. The small town of Maipu near Mendoza city is supposedly packed with olive oil factories, gourmet food, and of course wine. It's recommended to ride a rental bike to each vineyard, but I'd be hesitant to do so given the nonexistant shoulder and heavier-than-comfortable traffic. We drove, and tasted, rather than drank, our way through town. The first place we tried to go to had a well-described deli at Almacen del Sur. It ...