How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
TripAdvisor Reviews Petit Hotel Mendoza
Travel Blogs from Mendoza
... Perpetual leaves are, as we know, made of plastic, and there may come a time when surgeons will be able to replace all our organs with plastic substitutes, so that you will achieve immortality by becoming a plastic model of yourself.) Physicians should therefore explore the possibility of treating death and its pangs as they have treated labor and its “pains.”
Death is, after all, a great event. So long as it is ...
... desk, having confused us with a party of important people, rushed around sorting our restaurant reservations and recommending good watering holes and local places of interest. Despite its beauty, Argentina is suffering terrible economic problems, caused in part by the government's isolationist policies. Inflation is at 40% and mortgage rates 30%. Locals we met explained that the problem is that those in government are corrupt and liars and those in opposition are corrupt and ...
... It is drizzling, 2500m altitude and 8 degrees. I was enjoying the solitude when I heard voices and a dozen or so people decided that they had to have this view too. I don't think there are other people anywhere in the Andes and they chose to stop here. I locked the doors and a man just took a photo of the car. Probably not a usual sight here as we drove up a four wheel track to get here.
Derek really enjoyed his two hour walk with 500 metres of vertical rise. The ...
... on the tour having panic attacks on my behalf. I'm on the overnight bus ride now from Mendoza to Tucuman where I plan to catch a short morning bus to Cafayate. It will be the smallest town on my trip yet but I hear the scenery is not to be missed. Most folks on the bus are headed to Salta which is a pretty touristy town just to the north of Cafayate and I plan to make my way up in a couple of days. I probably could have skipped Cafayate after my extra night in Mendoza ...
... feeling quite tipsy by 12pm! Amazingly though none of
us fell off the bikes! Which I thought was quite impressive! I enjoyed
the wine bike tour so much that I ended up doing it twice! Partly
because I made friends with an English and Ozzie guy who arrived the day
after we had done the wine tour and persuaded me to go again. It was
great fun the second time round as well!