Hacienda Molinos is an 18-room traditional hacienda dating back to the 18th century. Once the home of the last governor of Salta appointed by the King of Spain, it has been refurbished to provide modern comfort while preserving the essence and typical features of colonial times. The patio shaded by a pepper tree, the thick walls made of adobe, the iron window bars and the ceilings made of carob wood and reed are some of the enchanting details of the hotel which characterize its history. The on-site restaurant features regional and international cuisine as well as a selection of regional wines, and the outdoor pool offers views of the snowcapped Cachi mountains.
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Northwest Argentina: Culture & Wine in a Land of Extremes
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