Located just one hour and a half away from the city, Alpasión Lodge sits on 85 hectares in Mendoza's esteemed Uco Valley wine region. The boutique property has five luxurious double guest rooms that are each uniquely decorated based on one of the natural elements: metal, wood, earth, air, water and fire. The lodge is very family friendly, offering one children’s room with four bunk beds and an adjacent playroom.
Guests can enjoy the breathtaking Andes mountain views, infinity pool with jacuzzi and a relaxing private garden patio set against a backdrop of olive trees. Of course, the experience is only complete with access to enjoy a variety of wines from the region at the on-site wine cellar.
Alpasión currently produces two wines: the Alpasión Malbec made from eight-year-old vineyards and a Private Selection blend made from 14 year-old vineyards, both located in the district of Chacayes, Alto Valle de Uco.
Other lodge amenities include a large dining room and cozy living room with a fireplace and each room is outfitted with a private terrace, cable TV and WiFi Internet. Breakfast is included and guests are also offered a variety of lunch and dinner options on-site.
For more information and to make your reservation, please visit www.alpasion.com or contact email@example.com.
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