How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Swimming pool
TripAdvisor Reviews NH Cordillera Mendoza
Travel Blogs from Mendoza
... of which there were many. Down the widest avenue in the world (with 16 lanes) we then moved onto politics; Gabe is NOT a Peronist. In fact he was so dismissive of the political cadre in Argentina it was like listening to a disgruntled Tory. Ceri took over on Belgrano and we set the agenda for our 3 hour tour in the back streets of the heart of the city; this was lots of beer stops, the odd fascinating building but more interesting was the insights of a gringo in BA, ...
... to midnight was an adventure in itself, but we were finally rewarded after consulting a policemen and made it back to our tent at around 2am, exhaustedly falling into a deep sleep. That was to be our last night's sleep at the campsite. The next day we woke with sore heads, packed our tent into our bags and headed into town. Our new home in Mendoza was the Chill Inn, located in the centre of town this hostel had a pool and really nice veranda and was run by an ...
... 2 travel agents to book wine tours and were surprised
to see the company that advertised through the hotel was dearer to book through
them directly than the hotel. We then just happened to be passing another shop
which advertised a hop on hop off bus winery tour so we came back later when it
was open to book it for Wednesday. We ...
... a great experience. We are three times at the Casa del Empanadas and fed stray dogs hotdogs. Next we fly down south to Bariloche for a week in the snow. And so the birthday boy can snowboard to his little heart's content. Bariloche: Wow. Just flying into Bariloche was stunning... We check into our cool little studio apartment and then go for a walk into the town. It's so beautiful. Bariloche sits afront a massive lake with jaw-droppingly gorgeous snow-covered mountains ...