The 13 Best Luxury Hotels
At Butterfield & Robinson, our hotels aren’t prosaic—they’re pure poetry.
From castles and riads to ryokans and monasteries, we source lodgings that aren’t just places to crash, but one-of-a-kind spots as intimate, authentic and sublime as the rest of your journey—and packed with personal touches from our hotelier friends.
Below we’ve rounded up a few of the best luxury hotels in Argentina, where you can do so much more than simply rest your head.
But be warned: there may be tears when it’s time to say goodbye!
Located by the Iguazu National Park in the province of Misiones, this lodge is built in an organic style that combines sophistication and comfort.
Blending seamlessly into the surrounding environment, each private villa comes with its own deck and dipping pool, while the common areas provide a simple and stylish spot to sit and connect with nature.
Located in Salta’s historic centre, this former mansion has been painstakingly restored into a charming 11-room inn.
The property’s spacious, comfortable rooms are perfectly complemented by warm and welcoming common areas and décor carefully selected for its cultural significance in the region.
This charming 9-room boutique hotel, a part of the Hess Group Estate, rests on the grounds of the El Esteco winery. Manicured fields hug the hotel’s colonial architecture, while vineyards drape the surrounding hills.
Rich in culture, wine and tradition, Patios de Cafayate Hotel embraces spectacular views of the Calchaquíes Valleys’ vineyards and offers guests extensive gardens and colonial-style patios.
This charming hotel, set in the middle of a vineyard, is mere minutes from the Cafayate village. On-site are a golf course, fitness center and gardens designed with native plants that allow the property to blend with the valley’s environment.
The hotel embraces spectacular views of the Calchaquí Valleys’ vineyards and offers guests extensive paths to walk around the property.
At the foot of the Andes, this unique and romantic atmosphere combines the Northern tradition with the comfort of the best boutique hotels.
It houses a spa and outdoor pool, as well as a garden, which produces most of the fruits and vegetables used to ensure the freshness of the dishes at La Table, where the chef creates incredible, native cuisine.
At the foot of the Andes in the Lujan de Cuyo area, the Cavas Wine Lodge is surrounded by vineyards, strategically nestled between the best-loved wineries of the region.
Each of its 18 rooms face west, offering spectacular views of the Andes Mountain Range, and include a private terrace, a soaking tub with a separate shower, an additional outdoor shower and a wood-burning fireplace.
The most exclusive resort in Argentine Patagonia, Llao Llao boasts breathtaking views of the surrounding lakes, forests, and Andes mountains.
A magnificent indoor/outdoor pool, 18 holes of golf, and an amazing spa are just some of the amenities on offer at this grand hideaway.
The prestige of this Relais & Chateaux property set amidst the breathtaking Patagonian landscape is an opportunity to encounter Argentina at its natural best.
Las Balsas is a haven for those who seek the serenity of wide open spaces, whether finding refuge in the hotel’s spa or pursuing a more active agenda in the surrounding countryside.
The charming Paraiso Patagonia is mere minutes from the town of San Martin de los Andes.
A boutique hotel with only 10 rooms, it overlooks the Patagonian Andes and beautiful Lake Lakar. Enjoy the heated pool or the sauna and unwind in your home away from home.
Set in a marvelous park and surrounded by stunning volcanoes, Vira Vira sits proudly on the shores of the peaceful Liucura River.
Its gourmet restaurant uses wonderfully fresh produce from the property’s farm to design the daily menu. The cozy ﬁreplace is the perfect spot to curl up with a glass of Chilean Carmenère in the evenings.
Stylishly built with local materials following the design of indigenous traditional fincas (ranches), La Merced is a 15-room boutique hotel, decorated with local tapestries and antiques.
The hotel is surrounded by quiet hills and streams and their gourmet Andean cuisine is phenomenal.
This charming boutique hotel is situated on the property of the El Esteco winery.
Manicured grounds hug the hotel’s colonial architecture, while vineyards drape the surrounding hills. Rich in culture, wine and tradition, Patios de Cafayate Hotel also boasts extensive gardens and gorgeous patios.
The vibrant El Manantial Del Silencio, built with local natural materials, is infused with the lively colonial spirit of the area: antique tapestries, sofas buried under cushions and renowned gourmet Andean cuisine.
The fabulous outdoor pool is tucked away in a relaxing oasis of lush greenery surrounding property.