Casa Real Hotel
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
Photos of Casa Real Hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews Casa Real Hotel Salta
Travel Blogs from Salta
... them coffee. Ok, to me this sounded like a Chilean version of Hooters, so I could accept this little boys adventure and patiently waited in a restaurant while the boys did their business...except that they came out after 2 minutes, saying the place they entered was pitch black dark and clearly a very seedy strip club and not a safe place. However, Alejandro is not one to give up easily and proceeded to take Jerome to the next place. Again, as ...
... steps to spectacular views over Salta and the Lerma valley. At the top were man-made waterfalls, a coffee shop and the teleferico station (cable car). The weather was perfect meaning we had unspoilt views. We opted out of taking the cable car down and instead walked back down, important to keep fit ;-) Once we got to the bottom we stopped in the park for lunch and then wandered around the shops. That evening we went out for dinner at a local ...
... Villazon at 7.30 am. The border was akm walk away across a bridge where we lined up for 2 hours amidst chaos where both the Bolivian and Argentine borders are at the same point. There were lines that broke up and we along with the locals jostled pur way and held positions amidst people abusing us of line jumping. I am not feeling well, seems every time I eat my guts churn. We eventually get through the stamping and bag checks and are in Argentina. We share a taxi to ...
... tour by a local who took us around the small town and gave us a brief history of the church and statues. As planned we jumped off at Tilcara on our way back to Salta so we could have a night up in the mountains. The setting was very dramatic as we were surrounded by the imperious mountains and small marching bands strolled around the towns, warming up for their upcoming festival. We had planned a trek up the mountain, but ...
... tell you about them. I guess an angel (complete with wings) holding an arquebus was the "modern" version of an angel wielding a sword.
Pucará was our next (and last) stop and is the site of a reconstructed pre-Columbian fortified Indian site. The reconstructed stone ruins date from the 11th to the 15th centuries. It appeared to have been an extensive and impressive site, commanding a dominant position overlooking the valley.