From the rich plains of the Pampas in its northern half, flat to the rolling plateau of Patagonia in south, flanked by the rugged Andes along its western border, the second-largest country in South America (after Brazil) offers a wealth in diversity between climatic zones and dramatic sceneries. While Cerro Aconcagua is South America's tallest mountain, Laguna del Carbon is the lowest point in the Western Hemisphere. It also holds a strategic location relative to sea lanes between the South Atlantic and the South Pacific Oceans (Strait of Magellan, Beagle Channel, Drake Passage)

Following independence from Spain in 1816, Argentina experienced periods of internal political conflict between conservatives and liberals and between civilian and military factions. After a long period of Peronist authoritarian rule, followed by a military junta that took power in 1976, democracy returned in 1983, and has persisted despite numerous challenges.



Hotels & Resorts


 1. Iguazu Grand Hotel Resort & Casino

 2. Sheraton International Iguazu


 3. Park Hyatt Mendoza


 4. Caesar Park Buenos Aires

 5. Park Hyatt Buenos Aires

 6. Park Tower Buenos Aires

 7. Melia Buenos Aires

 8. Sheraton Buenos Aires


 9. Llao Llao Hotel & Resort

10. Hotel Edelweiss


11. Hotel Peninsula Valdes

12. Bahia Nueva


13. Alto Calafate

14. Calafate Parque

15. Los Alamos Hotel

16. El Quijote Hotel

17. Michelangelo Hotel


18. Las Hayas Resort Hotel

19. Hotel Del Glaciar

20. Hotel Albatros





On the boarder of Brazil and Argentina, the Iguazu river creates a spectacle twice as wide and taller than Niagara Falls with 275 cascades spread in a horseshoe shape over nearly two miles. The falls are the result of a volcanic eruption which left a large crack in the earth. During the rainy season of November to March, the rate of flow of water going over the falls may reach 450,000 cubic feet / per second.



Iguazu Grand Hotel Resort & Casino

Situated nearby one of the worlds most extraordinary wonders, The Iguazu Falls, only 400 meters away from the Tancredo Neves Intenational Bridge that links Argentina with Foz de Iguazu, Brazil and is only 20 minutes drive from Ciudad del Este, Paraguay.



Sheraton International Iguazu

Ideally situated in the heart of the Iguazú National Park. We are within walking distance of the spectacular Iguazú waterfalls and face the Garganta del Diablo (Devil's Gorge).





Situated at the foot of The Andes, Mendoza, is the capital city of the same named province and the most important of Western  Argentina. It is one of the most chosen tourism destinations because of the variety that the region offers. From skiing and wild water rafting, to wine tasting... Mendoza is an oasis offering an abundance of fruits and vegetables due to the presence of the Mendoza and Tunuyán Rivers and a very mild climate.



Park Hyatt Mendoza

Located in the heart of Mendoza in front of "Plaza de la Independencia" on road Chile, next to the popular Sarmiento walkway, one of the city's main arteries with it's centric cafes and open air restaurants.




This complex, energetic, and seductive port city, which stretches along the Rio de la Plata, has been the gateway to Argentina for centuries.
A potpourri of the past versus the future is depicted on its streets, from glass skyscrapers to 19th century Victorian houses and Tango bars hazed with cigar smoke.
 For all its diversity, the elusive spirit of Argentina as a country is present everywhere in Buenos Aires. The national dance, the tango, is perhaps the best expression of that spirit.

Portenos, the knick-name for the multinational people of Buenos Aires, possess an elaborate and rich cultural identity. They value their European heritage highly--Italian and German names outnumber Spanish, and the lifestyle and architecture are more European than any other in South America. One of the world's finest opera houses, the Teatro Colon, flourishes here on the plains alongside the river.

Perhaps the most colorful area in Buenos Aires is La Boca (the Mouth), which sits along the port, offering an assortment of brightly painted low houses made of wood and metal. The main street here is Caminito, which has an artisans and painters fair, open air tango shows, and typical Italian cantinas. San Telmo is widely hailed as the most picturesque part of Buenos Aires. Cobblestone streets and colonial buildings set the atmosphere for an array of shops and boutiques, tango parlors and cafes. The Recoleta is the most fashionable place in Buenos Aires to dine; it is adjacent to the Cementario de la Recoleta, Eva Peron's final resting place. The Plaza de Mayo is the city center (the city, in fact, was literally built around it), some of Argentina's most important historical events took place here.


Caesar Park Buenos Aires

The Caesar Park Buenos Aires is a symbol of luxury and warmth. Located in "La Recoleta", the heart of the most fashionable district of the city, this hotel makes an ideal lodging choice for those visiting the area.






Park Hyatt Buenos Aires

Situated in Buenos Aires' most exclusive and fashionable residential and shopping district. Stepping out of this luxurious hotel, guests will find themselves at the very heart of this beautiful, exciting and endlessly fascinating city.



Park Tower Buenos Aires

Located on Plaza San Martin, in Buenos Aires' cultivated downtown area, the Park Tower offers access to unlimited activities, sightseeing, and local attractions.



Melia Buenos Aires

Located in the modern Catalinas area, only a few yards away from the famous Florida Street and the elegant Plaza San Martin, making it ideal for business or leisure travelers.




Sheraton Buenos Aires

Located in the heart of the city, the Sheraton Buenos Aires Hotel & Convention Center is a landmark for international travelers.





This area is the winter and summer playground for vacationing Argentines and the second-most-visited destination in the country. The city sits in the center of Nahuel Huapi National Park and is fronted by an enormous, irregularly shaped lake of the same name. Bariloche's grand appeal is in its many outdoor activities, sightseeing drives, boat trips, great restaurants, and shopping opportunities here.



Llao Llao Hotel & Resort

Located in the northwest of the Argentine Patagonia and within Nahuel Huapi National Park. It is surrounded by majestic mountain peaks, crystal blue lakes, rivers and colorful forests of larch, cypress, coihue, and arrayanes.



Hotel Edelweiss

A 5-star hotel set overlooking the Nahuel Huapi Lake, since 1970. The hotel is traditionally built and offers a warm and relaxing atmosphere. The rooms and suites are designed to provide exceptional comfort.




Puerto Madryn is the starting point to visit many interesting sites, unique in the world; the Valdes Peninsula offers you boat excursions that enable whale watching or touring the coastline populated by sea lions,sea elephants as well as a great assortment of birds. Within Valdes Peninsula you can discover Puerto Piramides, a small, cozy town.
90 miles. south from Madryn, you can reach Tombo Natural Protected Area, known for the most important continental colony of Magellanic penguins, with half a million of these charming animals coming year after year.


Hotel Peninsula Valdes

The Peninsula Valdes Hotel is situated in the tourist city Puerto Madryn, opposite to the sea and just a few meters from downtown.



Bahia Nueva

Situated only 2 blocks from downtown, with shopping center, restaurant, museums and other tourist attractions. The beautiful beaches of the region are close to the hotel. Its style goes back to  the beginning of the 20th century.





El Calafate is the gateway to the majestic world of glaciers.
This resort town is an oasis of poplars, willows and pines at the border of the steppe. Nearby Lago Argentino,a huge lake, you can go on excursions by bus or in modern ships.
Los Glaciares National Park covers a surface of some 600.000 has. with 47 glaciers, like Marconi, Viedma, Moyano, Upsala, Agassiz, Bolado, Onelli, Peineta, Spegazzini, Mayo, Ameghino, Moreno and Frías, all of them draining to the Atlantic.




Alto Calafate

Enjoy the privileged views of the Lago Argentino, Cerro Calafate and the surroundings of the city from any part of the hotel.




Calafate Parque

Situated two blocks from the city centre including shops, restaurants and tourist attractions such as excursions and sport activities in the region.




Los Alamos Hotel

Situated close to the center of the town of El Calafate Town, next to the lake Argentino, in 20.000 square meters of Park and gardens.



El Quijote Hotel

Situated in the centre of the town, which is the starting point to access to the glacier Perito Moreno, Upsala and Onelli and is opposite the lake Argentino.



Michelangelo Hotel

Michelangelo Hotel is the departure point to the some of the most impressive landscapes Patagonia can offer. Located in the heart of Calafate, the Michelangelo Hotel, with its modern and comfortable design, distinctive by quality and service, is a classic in "El Cafate".





Ushuaia is the southernmost city in the world, on the shores of the Beagle Channel and surrounded by the Martial Mounts. It is the capital of the Tierra del Fuego, Antarctica and Southern Atlantic Islands Province, and its unique location allows you to enjoy sea, mountains and forests at the same time.


Las Hayas Resort Hotel

Las Hayas Resort Hotel is a  small and luxurious mountain castle among a forest of birches with the warmth of an English country-style house decor.



Hotel Del Glaciar

A unique and exclusive place to spend your vacations, honeymoon, or attend business engagements, events, meetings or conventions. Located at only 3 Kms. (less than 2 miles) from downtown Ushuaia City.



Hotel Albatros

Situated in front of the Beagle Canal in the tourist port area nearby shopping; dining and entertainment, there are plenty of tourist attractions in the region and natural beauty.



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