ADD TO LISTLocated on the eastern side of the Andes, Mendoza is a popular destination for adventure travellers and wine enthusiasts. It is the main arrival point for climbers headed towards climbing Aconcagua (one of the seven summits and the highest mountain in the Western Hemisphere). Other popular activities include trekking, hiking, horseback riding, rafting, and skiing in the winter.
For those interested in wine, Mendoza is home to numerous wineries. Over two thirds of the Argentina's wine is created in this region. Mendoza is also a major region for olive oil.
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The Finest Mendoza 5 Star Hotel
Mendoza is one of the most beautiful provinces of Argentina. The capital city, Mendoza, is located at the edge of the Andean Chain. Mendoza is one of the oldest cities of the continent, founded in 1561. Thus, over five centuries of history have left their imprint in the geography of the place. Ancient parts of the city especially preserved to keep the same atmosphere there was during colonial times, alternate with a city well into the XXI century.
The touristic offer of Mendoza is very broad. For those who love outdoor sports, the landscape and different spots of the region lend themselves beautifully for the practice of hang gliding, parachuting, rafting, cross country biking or mount climbing. There are hundreds of small rivers and lakes where to practice aquatic sports, or simply fish one of the many varieties of Patagonian fish.
Bat what is there for those who want to spend some luxury time, in an establishment that can compete with any of the leading hotels of the worlds. The Diplomatic Hotel and Suites is here to pronounce itself as the finest Mendoza 5 star hotel.
This Mendoza 5 star hotel is located in one of the most convenient spots of the city. Just at a stone’s throw from downtown, where the cultural and commercial life are centered, but also where the traffic and the noise are. Also, its convenient location places this Mendoza 5 star hotel at hand from the main arteries of the city.
This city is a great place to go, where visitors can enjoy great gastronomic proposals as well as enjoy Latin America culture and art. Also, tourists can go shopping, or simply stroll around, in a place that brings quietness and peace to guests. This Mendoza 5 star hotel offers all the comforts and luxurious details that you will find in any leading hotel of the world. It is the ideal combination for those who love the outdoors and adventure, but who want to come back at night to a place where they will be treated as royalty.
La Bourgogne Restaurant is the gastronomic proposal of this Mendoza 5 star hotel. Inspired in traditional Mediterranean cuisine, the Executive Cheff also offers a delicate combination of the most exquisite Argentine meals. Enjoy some of the most exquisite Argentine fine wines, famous and many times prized all over the world, and discover why, those who visit Mendoza will always keep coming.
The Diplomatic Hotel, one of the leading Mendoza 5 star hotel, offers a proposal that is hard to turn down, the best of nature and all its splendor, in a place where luxury and style prevail.
Wine Lovers, this is the place!
It well known that Mendoza is one of the most privileged places on earth to grow vines. Therefore, its winery industry is one of the most prized worldwide. When visitors arrive to Mendoza, the fine wines that are elaborated here are one of the main attractions of the area.
But it is not a question of going blindly to try all Mendoza wines. Is not there a place to indulge knowing that only the finest wines will be served? A place where each passenger is treated as a King, a place conceived to make the whole experience of staying in Mendoza a luxurious and stylish one? Yes, most definitely there is such a place. The Hotel Park Suites is such a place.
The Hotel Park Suites is a 19 storey building, conceived to provide state of the art services, at the same level European hotels provide. It is a small city of 178 rooms, with amazing details that will make the stay of the passengers a most memorable experience.
We could go on and on about the many things that the Hotel Park Suites has to offer to their guests. But what concerns us most at this moment is what fine wine lovers might call Paradise: the Wine Tasting Rooms.
Wine Tasting Rooms is a select service that the Hotel Park Suites is endowed with, thanks to exclusive agreements that the hotel has signed with the most important wineries of the country. In the Wine Tasting Rooms, guests can enjoy of a dedicated environment, especially decorated in the wine theme, where they can enjoy a bottle of fine wine, courtesy of the Hotel Park Suites, in the exclusive wine tasting kit, especially designed to appreciate the most delicate flavors and scents of Argentine fine wines. In the Wine Tasting Rooms of Hotel Park Suites, guests can enjoy pieces of fine art, themed accordingly, and read plenty of literature on the wine subject. Guests can choose among these fine Argentine wineries: Catena Zapata, Lagarde, Terrazas de lo Andes, Trapiche, and Familia Zuccardi
But this is not all the Hotel Park Suites has to offer. The Restaurant La Bourgogne is one of the most select places to have a fine meal. Inspired in the Mediterranean cuisine, it also includes some of the most delicious Argentine meals, such as meat, pork or fine Patagonian salmon.
If you are a true gourmet, who enjoys fine wine and tasty food, plus would like to know one of the most beautiful sights on Earth, the Hotel Park Suites is the place for you.
My Experience at the Park Suites
Hello everyone, my name is Martin. I am from New York. I’m 53 years young (LOL) and now that I am not that much into my business, I would like to take the time with my wife Claire to see other parts of world.
Business has taken me far and wide around the world, for the last 25 years. So I have been to most of the major capitals of the Europe, Asia and America. Also I got to know Africa, the northern part of the continent mostly.
I was walking down 5th Avenue, when the window of a travel agency called my attention. They had these beautiful photos of some huge mountains, and an incredibly beautiful landscape. I thought it was the Alps, but when I took a closer look it read “Mendoza, Argentina”. I immediately set my mind to go there with Claire. She surely would love it. She is a real fan of outdoors activities, biking, walking and mount climbing. But when it comes to crushing, we hate tents, and poor hotels. We want to be treated as king and queen. So, I asked the travel agent to get the best place in Mendoza. Immediately he said “The Diplomatic Park Suites”.
When I looked at the Park Suites’ photos, I was dazzled. I was as eager to get to know Mendoza, as I was to get to know the Park Suites. Claire and I thought it was beautiful and wondered how big it all was. You know, when you see a picture sometimes, it has nothing to do with what it really looks like.
So, we made up our minds, and there we were, on the plane, heading for Mendoza.
As soon as we got off the plane, at the Mendoza International Airport, the Park Suites’ driver was waiting there, to take us straight to the airport. We much appreciated this, because we were rather tired after almost half a day on the plane. But as we looked out of the car windows, we realized this was worth it. The landscape is spectacular. It’s one of the most beautiful places on this planet, with the ever snowed peaks and those green endless valleys.
As soon as we arrived at the Park Suites we were speechless. The double-height hall and the marbled stairs were incredible, and the staff, so gentle and eager to help. The check in took only a couple of minutes, after which we were led to our rooms.
What a great vacation at the Park Suites! I really recommend it to anyone who wants to visit this amazing area of Argentina. One hundred percent quality time guaranteed!
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