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Hotel la Candela

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La Candela is a welcoming little hotel with a lovely garden close to the colonial centre of Salta. 

Colonial Salta is rich with colonial mansions, once family residences but many of which, like this one, La Candela, have been converted into small and friendly hotels. The mid-range property has a great location close to the historical centre, but is a peaceful oasis with a charming palm-shaded garden embellished with lawns and pretty pot plants set around a terrace framing an outdoor pool.

Guest rooms are bright, cheerful and a bit retro, with a simple style which nods both to colonial Spanish elegance and a provincial guest house. They are well equipped with modern facilities however. The suites have Jacuzzi bathtubs and junior suites feature both living room and balcony. Other facilities include a cosy sitting room, breakfast room, snack bar and TV lounge. It’s popular among European visitors and families are welcome.

What our clients say

97% of our clients rated their experience with us as Excellent or Good.

I really cannot fault this hotel from the perspective of its physical layout and the STUNNING gardens that surround the beautifully crafted casitas. And the main restaurant is beyond anything I can remember enjoying in many years. Let down by a couple of members of staff who were less than helpful and poorly informed as to the management and usability of the hot tub.

MP, London

Tailor made holiday

Our specialists have been expertly crafting award-winning tailor-made holidays to Latin America for 40 years. We would be delighted to create a truly personalised trip which perfectly matches your wishes and requirements.

Hannah Waterhouse
Hannah Waterhouse - Travel Consultant

Hannah had an early introduction to Latin America when her family moved to Ecuador and she returned to study in Buenos Aires for a year before backpacking across the continent.