El Manantial del Silencio

Address: Ruta Nacional 52, Km 3.5 , Purmamarca, Province of Jujuy, Northern Argentina, 4618, Argentina | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel is located on Ruta Nacional 52, Km 3.5 , Purmamarca.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsEl Manantial del Silencio Purmamarca

      Reviewed by annabelk

      Old colonial style hotel in the middle of nowhere

      Reviewed Oct 15, 2008
      by (8 reviews) , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

      Beautiful top end hotel, however felt a little cold with lack of interaction and real help from staff. Excellent food and good location.

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      TripAdvisor Reviews El Manantial del Silencio Purmamarca

      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
       

      Travel Blogs from Purmamarca

      The Northwest Corner

      A travel blog entry by consul10t on Mar 18, 2015

      11 photos

      ... and headed up into a high desert plane, with a nice paved highway! What a relief on our bums after all those bumpy dirt roads. The high desert was also very beautiful, and we saw wild burros as we drove along. The mountains framing this desert plane continued to present spectacular hues of red, purple and orange. We must have been at a very high altitude then - perhaps more than 3000 meters (9000 feet), because we suddenly drove through a pass ...

      Day 12 - Salinas Grandes / Purmamarca

      A travel blog entry by rookietravelers on Jun 01, 2012

      3 photos

      ... to enjoy the ride while it lasted. During the first day we were going to follow the route of the "Train in the clouds" to San Antonio and then split from there to Purmamarca town which has 300 habitants and most famously the seven colors mountain. This was also going to be the first time we would be approx 12,000 ft above sea level so we had to prepare for altitude and motion sickness. So our first stop was to buy Coca leaves - it is banned in the U.S., but ...

      The Long Road from Jujuy to Tilcara

      A travel blog entry by mnasf on Aug 09, 2011

      ... about the local culture from Angie and about when was the best time for pictures based on the where the sun was.

      We arrived in Tilcara a little after 5:00 pm. I must admit, Tilcara was much differnt than I expected. It was a very old town, with norrow dirt streets, and old stucco buildings. While it was a quaint looking town nestled at the foot of the mountain, it was not all that pretty. It was a very dusty, dirty, ...

      The 7 colours hill

      A travel blog entry by frantznoel on Mar 22, 2011

      34 photos

      ... of dirt. It was full of tourists so I left town quickly after taking a few photos and eating some chips and bread. The road to Tilcara was great and I was stopping every 100 meters to take photos. It was so beautiful! The small town for Tilcara is famous for a huge festival at the beginning of March. The very small downtown must received lots of tourists as the shops were all very modern, clean and full of quality ...

      Chilled Tilcarra & Purmamarca

      A travel blog entry by braham on Feb 03, 2011

      7 photos

      ... locals rather than as tourist atttraction. It was great to sit & listen and people watch.

      We did a couple of walks, great to get out and stretch the legs after the long bus rides. One to a waterfall and canyon (they are all called Garganta del Diablo (Devilīs Throat) out here) but was more of a trickle after seeing Iguazu! A nice walk anyway.

      The second was a guided walk to two caves up above ...