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ESTANCIA COLOME in Molinos features accommodation with an outdoor swimming pool and a tennis court. This hotel offers a garden. The property is 21 km from Molinos vineyards. At the hotel, each room comes with a desk. ESTANCIA COLOME features some rooms with mountain views, and every room is equipped with a balcony. The units feature a wardrobe. A buffet or vegetarian breakfast can be enjoyed in the breakfast area. You can play billiards at the accommodation.
Pros: The lavender garden, the free visit to the museum and winery.
Pros: Everything is perfect! The staff is wonderful!
Cons: The wifi is a little weak but it is so beautiful who cares?
Pros: Everything! The people are very welcoming, the location is stunning, the service is excellent, the rooms are comfortable, the food is tasty, and the wine is delicious
Pros: This is arguably one of the most beautiful relaxing hotels we have stayed in. Spacious rooms looking over lavender beds, a lovely swimming pool. Delicious food, charming staff and the amazing James Turrell light museum. An unforgettable experience. Only wish we’d stayed there longer. A really interesting wine tour and tasting. Would definitely return if possible, loved it
Pros: Sheer comfort in an exotic location. Well trained and personable staff. Connie, the resort manager, was always so helpful and available. We loved the evening fires in our room after the farm fresh dinners paired with special Colome wines. The morning sun on the largest lavender plants we had ever seen with the fall colors in the vineyard and cardon cactus studded mountains in the background inspired us every morning. Colome is a place that deserves multiple day stays. Breath it, feel it, see it.
Cons: Is this possible?
Pros: Fantastic place. Great staff, rooms, garden, pool, food, wine. Luxury in a most remote place. Fabulous.
Cons: Only access involves fording quite a wide river. OK in regular car when dry but can be impassable in rain. Need a high clearance 4x4 to be sure of getting in - and not being stuck there!
Pros: This place is super remote but what a paradise! Loved the personalized service, pool, lunches, dinners, the museum experience (unexpected!), everything and everyone was so nice!
Cons: Wish there was a spa or possibility for massages given the range of the hotel. Or possibility to do horseback riding in the property :-)
Pros: "Heaven on Earth"-the drive there is long and difficult and dusty, then you arrive at their gate, ring the bell, the doors swing open and paradise awaits! Huge room, beautiful artwork, immaculate grounds, friendly staff, delicious food, everything worked (especially amazing since location is so, so remote). Photo opportunities galore. Manager very helpful! I received Room 6 (it had a heavenly view). So heavenly that I wanted to walk around the gardens at night, it was a new moon night, and stare at more stars than I have every seen in my life (remember you are high up in a location about as remote as possible on Earth). You can only see about 1/4 of the night sky from your porch, so I tried to exit the main hotel to go walking armed with my flashlight only to find the main hotel's doors were locked. Not sure why since there is a gate around the entire compound. A watchman unlocked the door but then watched me, so I went back to my room. I then decided to just walk off my porch into the garden but rows of planter boxes prevented that. So I "pole vaulted" over the planter boxes into the garden, almost landed on some huge, nasty looking toads, then walked toward the fountain in the middle of the garden, laid down and stared at the full night dark sky for 1/2 hour, contemplating life....it was Heavenly!!!
Cons: Lunch/dinner (but not breakfast) served in a separate building, a bit removed from the main hotel. Not a problem unless you are "mobility impaired" (I am not and I suspect the very helpful staff and Manager have figured out a way to deliver lunch/dinner to the main hotel for those that are mobility impaired).
Pros: James Turrell museum is spectacular great wine tasting
Pros: Absolutely incredible, just loved it! You probably only need one night, so would recommend arriving as early as possible to enjoy the stunning surroundings. Staff were fantastic.
Cons: It’s a little bit out of the way, but totally worth it, and probably what makes it special. The one downside is the combination of a warm room, altitude and dry air made it difficult to sleep, but I won’t hold it against the whole experience. Just loved it!!
When you stay at Hacienda de Molinos in Molinos, you'll be steps from Molinos Church. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: The staff were very attentive to our needs and our request for an Infant Crib. The restaurant within the Hacienda was also very pleasant. Breakfast buffet was one of the better one’s we experienced during our vacation in Argentina. Fresh Ham and Cheese along with homemade Bread and fresh baked pastries were all very nice.
Pros: superb setting. Friendly staff. Good food. Good wine list. Great atmosphere dining in the courtyard. Good pool facilities.
Pros: Oasis of comfort in the middle of nowhere. Lovely staff and great food. Everything available including nice pool
Pros: Great Room, great facility. Overall just a lovely hotel to spend your honeymoon.
Cons: The breakfast wasn’t as you expected for this price. You need to really ask for some eggs and staff during breakfast wasn’t just really helpful and facing friendly.
Pros: A must stay if visiting Molinos. Unique experience staying at an Estancia for us. Very comfy beds, friendly staff & beautiful location. Excellent restaurant with good wines & reasonable prices
Cons: Would recommend
Pros: We had an amazing stay at the Hacienda. One of the best of our 3 week trip. It’s just such a relaxing and charming spot and the staff there was great. We had dinner at the restaurant and it was outstanding. Huge attention to detail and both the wine and the food was the best we have had on our trip. Overall the stay was very good for value.
Pros: Perfect location, confortable bedroom. Swimming pool rperfect for chill in a sweety place. You have to diner in the restaurant, the food is excellent ! People are so nice too.
Pros: Appeared to be best hotel in this small quiet town. Quiet location for the very picturesque old hacienda which has been well set up for modern visitors. Beautiful center courtyard, large comfortable rooms. Good hot showers. Breakfast decent and supper meal was good. Check in and check out easy. Parking available.
Cons: I like eggs for breakfast but often not available out here in the boondocks.
Pros: The property is a seventeen century "Hacienda" with all the pluses and minuses it implies. The austerity of the huge rooms though doesnt jeopardize the exilarating experience of staying in such a historic environment.
Cons: The place is somehow understaffed and it shows. It deserves a lift in terms of furniture and design.
Featuring a refurbished antique house, El Rancho de Manolo offers affordable accommodations with free WiFi in Molinos. The property includes an on site restaurant and a daily breakfast. With views of the mountains and garden, rooms at this inn are fitted with private bathrooms, fans and heating. Bed linens and towels are provided. At El Rancho de Manolo guests will find a garden, a bar and a shared lounge. Free parking is available at this inn. El Rancho de Manolo is 18.3 km from Molinos vineyards.
Pros: Nice typical hostel . Helpful staff.
Cons: They should try to serve some basic food before dinner time. We were hungry , all the shops are closed on Sundays .We had to wait until 20.30 to get something to eat. Fortunately we could get an ice-cream and a bottle of Salta and nuts to keep us waiting.
Pros: Manolis even washed our car. Authentic accommodations.
Pros: It's all about balance: this is lodging in a remote location: good mattress, pillow and bedclothes, a hot shower, cleanliness. Dedicated service. What else?
Situated 25 km from Molinos vineyards, Cardones de Molinos features accommodation with a garden, a shared lounge and a 24-hour front desk for your convenience. Guests wishing to travel light can make use of towels and bed linen for an extra charge. An Italian breakfast is available each morning at the bed and breakfast. Guests can access the free WiFi or use the business centre.
Pros: The managing hostess was really forthcoming, with excellent breakfast and cosy home atmosphere.
Cons: Lack of the English speaking staff, but we survived :)
Pros: Miriam is a very nice, welcoming and helpful host. We felt very welcomed and cared for. Her recommendations for food were great, too!
Pros: Well located
Cons: Shared Bath is small and smelly. In general, the hotel os not well maintained.
Pros: Really nice garden with grapes. Room and bathroom were clean and ok.
Cons: It looked like the hostel had been opened last minute just for us by a staff person who had been really badly prepared for it. She didnt know the correct price we had to pay. Didnt know the wifi code (which didnt work anyway). Didnt have the key to kitchen so we couldnt use fridge or any other facilities. And felt like she was scared to contact owners to ask them about any of this so we just had to deal with it. Last but not least: water in the shower smelt strongly like rotten egg which was very inconvenient!!
Pros: Cosy, very personal. Homestay style
Pros: Well located, the size of the room was OK, the owner was very kind with us
Featuring a garden and views of mountain, Hospedaje Las Tinajas is located in Molinos, 26 km from Molinos vineyards. The accommodation provides a 24-hour front desk and free WiFi is available. Guest rooms at the guest house are equipped with a TV with cable channels.
Pros: Room quiet for a very good nights sleep. Kettle available all the time so useful for cups of tea. Good wi-fi in the room. Good location within the town, and close to the Colome vineyard, (20km or do) although the drive there is a bit challenging . The journey there is amazing over challenging Argentinian dirt roads, with spectacular scenery.
Cons: Nothing negative about the accommodation at all. The town is very remote with almost no facilities. The 3 chinos restaurant in town was shut but the restaurant at the main hotel was open and we had a great meal there.
Pros: Lovely small hotel in small town near Coloma. A break in a long drive.
Cons: No breakfast and nothing open in town when off for early start.
Pros: Basic hostel, quiet due to its location in Molinos.
Cons: The general feel is that everything is a bit dated. You don't get a towel. Lots of flies in the commun area. You can't really use the kitchen to cook since equipments are limited (cups, small plates and spoons)
Pros: Nice staff
Cons: The rooms we booked were unavailable at the time of arrival and we were asked to stay in a cheaper room. There was not much to do in town.
Pros: Good wifi and nice staff.
Cons: No hot water. No heater. I was cold.
Pros: Nice family owned hostel in a quiet village Access to coffee and tea and a stove Internet was good
Cons: Nothing to complain about in our case. It would have been nice to have paid with credit card but unfortunately cash only if you wish to cook your own food possibly not the right place to stay
Pros: Easy to find. Some free tea and coffee and we had access to the owners fridge/freezer to keep some things cold.
Cons: No breakfast, very limited cooking facilities which wasn't helpful as there was nothing open in town.