Parador del Angel

Address: Jorge Newbery 5418, Chacras de Coria, Province of Mendoza, Cuyo, 5505, Argentina | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Jorge Newbery 5418, Chacras de Coria, is near Trout & Wine, Ampora Wine Tours, Plaza Espana, and Mendoza Holidays.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsParador del Angel Chacras de Coria

      Reviewed by pestef

      Amazing property in lovely Chacras de Coria

      Reviewed Mar 8, 2013
      by (15 reviews) , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

      This family run hotel is an absolute stunner. The grounds have beautifully designed luscious gardens with the main garden comprising a nice clean pool with tiled lounge area.

      Our room, No. 3, was well sized and had a very lovely bathroom.

      The family own several reasonably placid dogs, two mature cats and two kitten under a year old, all of whom roam around the premises available for much love and attention by all guests who appreciate animals.

      The breakfast was a combination of the typically South American sweet style spread and the more savoury Continental style breakfast.

      Teas, coffees and cold mineral water are all available free of charge throughout the entire day and the WiFi is reliable with a good signal.

      When returning to Chacras de Coria (a suburb within the Mendoza province about 45 mins South of Mendoza airport, 120 pesos via taxi), we'll definitely return here to stay!

      Discounts are offered on room rates if paying in cash.

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

      TripAdvisor Reviews Parador del Angel Chacras de Coria

      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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