House of Jasmines

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House of Jasmines is a luxury countryside hotel in the Andean foothills of Argentina. 

This elegant hotel is set on a large century-old estancia with views over the Andean foothills. It is a luxurious and very romantic property in the distinguished Relais & Chateaux portfolio with extensive gardens and grounds of over 200 acres.

House of Jasmines has a gorgeous combination of cream walls, white linen and modern leather furniture. Guests enter straight into the welcoming living room area, made cosy with an open fireplace. There is a range of rooms in the historic main house and around the grounds. Many have private terraces and suites have separate living areas.

The food is a highlight; the large restaurant is set around a central fireplace and the menu has a regional Argentine bias complemented with an extensive wine list including wines from the local area.

There is also a spa (open to the public), a short walk away with a Finnish bath, sauna and massage as well as an outdoor pool. The hotel is quietly but conveniently located, only 10 minutes’ drive from Salta airport and 20 minutes from the centre.

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What our clients say

  • Highlights?: Perito Moreno breathtaking, Cerro frias,Patagonian lunch and staff (Anna)delightful, Iguazu spectacular, Tango dancing at El Querandi unforgettable.

    AM, Egham
  • What a fantastic country with genuinely friendly, happy people; it was a delight to meet so many.  Although we realise we haven't seen all  that the country has to offer,…

    ML, Cheltenham
  • Most memorable experience: "First - the Andean crossing from Puerta Varas to Bariloche. Perfect weather, scenery and organisation. Second - Patagonia Camp and the mini-treks we did around the Park.…

    RW, Cobham
  • Highlights: So many...the Perito Moreno glacier,meeting friendly Argentinians, riding with the Gauchos , the stunning scenery of Bariloche.

    DB, London
  • Excellent trip during which we felt we saw some of the real Argentina. Delightful and helpful people abounded who had an enviable pride in their country. Excellent service from JLA…

    ML, Cheltenham
  • Each day gave us stunning scenery, amazing sights and the friendliness of the Argentinian people. Although one particular highlight was seeing an armadillo on the road from El Calafate..

    YGG, Wirral
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Our Expert's Opinion

A real treat of a hotel, the House of Jasmines is a beautiful property in the countryside just outside of Salta with lovely mountain views. The real draw here is the food - it's delicious with a real focus on regional cuisines - you can even do a cooking lesson to hone your skills. I'd really recommend a stay here as a highlight of a trip to the area.

Hannah Waterhouse Travel Expert 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.


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