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House of Jasmines

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

House of Jasmines is an elegant hotel set on a large estancia with views over the Andean foothills. It is a luxurious and very romantic property - one of the distinguished Relais and Chateaux portfolio.

The property features has a gorgeous combination of cream walls, white linen and modern leather furniture. You enter straight into the welcoming living room area, made cosy with an open fireplace. In fact, it does not feel like a hotel at all; there is no reception, there's only a small desk with free internet access at the rear of the building.

The hotel offers just seven snug guest rooms including two suites with a huge outside terrace. There is a communal dining room with one large table so that guests can mingle while al fresco dining can also be arranged on an outside terrace. The food has a distinctly regional bias and cooking lessons can be organised. There is also a spa (open to the public), a short walk away with a Finnish bath, sauna and massage.

What our clients say

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

This hotel has had its day. Tired and under invested, with a bureaucratic welcome  redolent of the former Soviet Union. Antique plumbing - the large outdoor pool is the only saving grace

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Sophie lived in Chile before joining us and has travelled extensively across Latin America, from Mexico to the furthest tip of Patagonia.

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