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Park Hyatt Mendoza Will Make Your Days in Argentina Unforgettable

By Victor Baker


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Park Hyatt Mendoza

Travelers seeking a chilled glass of fine wine in Mendoza, Argentina’s most famous wine producing region, are more than welcomed to have a break at the incredible Park Hyatt Mendoza. After diving into the country’s unique culture and history, and having your mind blown by the amazing sights here, this charming hotel might be the cherry on top of an unforgettable vacation in Argentina.

Showing off a distinctive 19th-century Spanish colonial architecture, complemented by a stunning ivory facade that lights up the tree-lined terrace at night, Park Hyatt Mendoza plans to exceed all your expectations, seducing anyone who crosses its doors with gorgeous accommodations, excellent service and exquisite amenities. It’s somewhat difficult to decide: does this hotel look better during the day or at night?

Marble baths, lovely work desks, and extremely comfortable beds are just a few mentions from the wide array of modern urbanite decor available within the 186 guest rooms, which range from the regular Park King or Twin rooms, to deluxe rooms and suites and an extraordinary Governor’s Suite, and an even more appealing Presidential Suite.

An on-site casino and fine dining at Bistro M will keep your evenings here entertaining and delicious, but once you consider the 2500 vintages of wine you are open to choose from and the stunning views of Plaza de la Independencia or the Andes, you’ll realize that not having made a reservation at Park Hyatt Mendoza before has been a mistake.

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About Victor Baker

Victor is our go-to associate editor for anything with four wheels – and more! With over a decade of experience in automotive journalism, his expertise spans from classic cars to the latest in electric vehicle technology. Beyond vehicles, he has broadened his editorial reach to cover a wide range of topics, from technology and travel to lifestyle and environmental issues. Learn more about Luxatic's Editorial Process.

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