Where to stay during your Wine tour to South America?
Accommodations are not just a place to stay – they’re an integral part of the experience your will enjoy during your trip, especially if you planning a wine tour! In order to help the discerning traveler, we’ve selected our top choices for the best wine hotels in South America.
There is no doubt that South American Winelands is a must for all wine lovers and sleeping in a charming vineyards will make this a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Maybe it’s the pleasant climates, or the wide open spaces, or the amazing views — but for whatever reason, there’s nothing quite like a vineyard-hotel getaway in South America!
1. The Best Wine Hotels of South America: Argentina
During your stay you can choose to stay in the city centre with its wide range of ‘foodie’ choices or stay in a vineyard, which is our suggestion, where you can truly immerse yourselves in wine culture!
Situated in Mendoza’s Uco Valley, this hotel offers the unique experience of being on a working vineyard. There are private villas set among the vineyards for guests to rent and enjoy peace and tranquility. Surrounded by the Cordillera de Los Andes, the location of vineyard offers visitors the majestic view of the mountains.
Nestled at the base of the majestic Andes Mountains, The Vines offers private vineyards for visitors to explore. The rustic luxury of the establishment is accompanied by world-class spa treatments and top-quality cuisine.
Cafayate, is Argentina province of Salta, is another of the best Argentina’s wine-producing areas and offers tourists great opportunities to see the wine production process. Grace Cafayate Hotel in located in the Calchaquí Valley. A luxury hotel and spa, where guests can expect to be pampered!
This hotel is well-located to allow for visits to the area’s many wineries. The hotel offers great dining, a golf course, and a swimming pool. A polo field is situated on the premises for the sport’s enthusiasts.
2. he Best Wine Hotels of South America: Uruguay
Converted into a hotel, the town’s former general store offers a unique accommodation experience. There are only five rooms in the hotel, with another four in an adjacent establishment called Casa Anna.
The 5-room luxury hotel offers a cellar of unique and interesting wines. The Carmelo restaurant and Restaurant Narbonne offer fine dining and local cuisine. Old and new are carefully blended to give a vintage experience with all the modern requirements.
Situated on 4,000 acres of land, the Spanish colonial-style building has been converted into a luxury hotel. In addition to its proximity to the wineries, the hotel offers beach access and hiking trails. A spa and gym are featured at the establishment too.
3. he Best Wine Hotels of South America: Chile
Situated in the Colchagua Valley in the heart of Chile’s Winelands is this beautiful boutique hotel. The hotel grounds feature a winery and overlook several of the valley’s picturesque vineyards. Tours and private tastings in the winery are on offer to guests. Biking and hiking trails make exploring the area very exciting.
The hotel is located in Millahue. It is ensconced in a vineyard allowing visitors to get the full wine farming experience. There are 22 suites in this luxury facility which offers guests a spa and private winery. The spa is a wine spa which uses treatments inspired by the land and the grapes grown on it.
Traveling and living it up in luxury style has never been easier in the South American Winelands. Whether you choose to stay in one country or all three, there are lots of high-end hotels for you to choose from!
Finally, how and where to start your South America Wine Tour? Check our suggested Wine Tour for Argentina and Chile or Drop us a line and tell us what your dreams are! Our team will craft the itinerary around your interests and your own travel style.
Its essential to start planning in advance (at least 8-10 months before) because it allows us to offer the best lodges, experienced guides and of course, be able to plan and design with time so you can be sure that you are getting the best of your time in South America.