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What We Love

  • An oenophile’s paradise – a luxury Argentina estate with vineyards and a boutique wineryStaying at one of Frommer’s’ top vineyard inns in the world, with daily meals included
  • Going for a wander around the 2,050 Sierra Pintada-view acres
  • Touring the boutique winery, including the vineyard-view tasting room
  • Taking a bath – wine glass in hand – within your Wine & Golf Lodge suite

What To Know

  • Located about 10 miles outside of central San Rafael
  • Complimentary onsite parking is available
  • Free WiFi works well
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A sumptuous suite stay in Argentine wine country, with breakfast, lunch, dinner, a winery tour and more

The Lowdown

Argentina takes its name from the Latin word for silver, but it could have just as easily been named for wine. Between its Malbecs, Cabernets and Chardonnays, this South American destination is an oenophile’s paradise – it’s one of the top five wine-producing nations in the world. Sample these varietal vinos at TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence-winning, Frommer’s-approved Algodon Wine Estates & Champions Club, which proudly turns out all of them (among others) at its vineyards and acclaimed boutique winery. Better yet, stay on the estate grounds, and be surrounded by world-class reds and whites, 24 hours a day.
Wine is always more fun as part of a pairing, so complement yours with another Algodon offering. Take your glass on a walk around the 2,050 San Rafael acres, for a spectacular side of Sierra Pintada views, or sip it in your luxurious suite or villa, while curled up by a wood-burning stove or fireplace. There’s also tennis on the sprawling Mendozan grounds, at the one hard, two grass and seven clay courts, plus golf at the championship course. And if you like your pairings more traditional, order up a seasonal, gourmet Argentine delicacy from the clay oven or broiling pit at Chez Gaston, Friday through Saturday.


Each suite is a spacious, elegantly decorated retreat. It features a selection of Algodon vinotherapy


Friday through Sunday, Chez Gaston Restaurant serves lunches and dinners of gourmet Argentine dishes, often fired in the clay oven or broiled in the flame pit, and always prepared from the most local and seasonal fruits and vegetables available. The rustic clubhouse’s setting is a 50-year-old antique olive grove, and you’ll enjoy pairing your food and Algodon wines with floor-to-ceiling vistas of the olive trees and vineyards.


You’ll get 2,050 gorgeous acres in the Mendoza countryside to yourself (well, basically), at this delightful vineyard inn, holding 10 tennis courts, a full championship golf course, vineyards and a boutique winery. The last, residing 2,625 feet above sea level, comprises an elaboration and conservation area, a wine cave and a tasting room and opens for customized tours and seminars. Venture out into surrounding San Rafael and greater Mendoza for walks through tree-lined boulevards, museum excursions, visits to the historic first settlement in the region and canoeing adventures on the Rio Atuel. Winter brings iconic skiing on the slopes of Las Leñas.

How to Get There

Algodon Wine Estates & Champions Club
Ruta Nacional 144 Km 674
Mendoza, 5603 Argentina


4.5 Very Good 160 Reviews
Great place to unwind
Reviewed 3 months ago

Tranquil, friendly place with exceptionally attentive staff. Outstanding restaurant dxpertly pairs food with estate wines. Cooked to order eggs for breakfast. Lovely geounds, and fantastic spa services make this a great place to relax. The staff knows how to marshall all needed resources to explore local sights. Just ask!

Hotel & Wine tasting
Reviewed 4 months ago

Lovely hotel surrounded by vineyards....very good breakfast, lovely pool and gardens. Rooms were very comfortable, good bathrooms. Common areas were lovely and comfortable.
Visit to the vineyard was very good and ended wonderfully with delicious wine tasting .

Nice, but chances to improve
Reviewed 5 months ago

Taking into account the luxury approach of Algodon Wine Estate, the realization seems lacking the love for details. The
rooms are nice for a lodge, clean, rustic style, but beds are too narrow. The staff is very friendly, helping if you have questions, but some training would improve their professionalism. The restaurant (500m distant) serves typical Argentinian food. The maintenance status of the offered bicycles is poor and the green of the golf course partially changes into brown. This beautiful location needs really more love for the detail.

'Algodon-blue' skies as far as your eyesight reaches
Reviewed 1 year ago

Excellent reception from a highly motivated and serviceable team. It's beautifully located within a 15 minute bus/taxi ride from the airport. Constantly developing and getting better by the day. Algodon wines are great and a delight for everyone's palate, mostly due to Mauro's detailed care for and of the vines and the wine making process. The rooms are beautiful and located in a picturesque setting. The restaurant is excellent and Gaston makes it special with his personal touch and the service of his tieam is first class. The property is very well looked after my Sergio, Coco and team.
Leaving the place, what we liked least :)

Beautiful property and great service!
Reviewed 1 year ago

This was the perfect place to stay while we toured some of the local San Rafael wineries. The front desk staff even helped us confirm reservations at several of the wineries on our list. The power went out one night but, this gave the staff a chance to really shine. They were quick to bring candles to our rooms and make sure we had everything we needed to weather the storm. Great experience!