The following are examples of some of the hotels we commonly use on this tour.
Caesar Park, Buenos AiresA former stately home, this grand building is in the heart of the fashionable Recoleta district, surrounded by parks, excellent restaurants and boutique shops. Facilities include a swimming pool, gym and gardens.Click here to visit the Caesar Park website
Caesar Park, Buenos Aires
Cumbres PatagonicasThis is a modern hotel built in the typical Patagonian style and set on a hillock overlooking Lake Lanquihue, snow-capped peaks and town. The rooms are spacious and have all the mod cons, and there is a good restaurant and a small indoor swimming pool.
Click here to visit the Cumbres Patagonicas website
Hotel Cabo de Hornos, Punta Arenas
Patagonia Camp, Torres del PaineThese unique luxury yurts offer guests an alternative to the busy hotels within the park, and yet do not compromise in comfort as all are heated with wooden flooring, and have en-suite facilities. Individual balconies look out onto the vast Lago Toro and the Torres del Paine massif in the distance.Click here to visit the Patagonia Camp website
Patagonia Camp, Torres del Paine
Sheraton Iguazú Resort & SpaThe only hotel within the national park on the Argentinean side, this hotel has unbeatable views of the main falls and guests can walk straight out onto the walkways within minutes. Facilities also include an outdoor swimming pool and sauna.Click here to visit the Sheraton Iguazú website
Sheraton Iguazú Resort & Spa
Sofitel, Rio de JaneiroLocated at the end of Copacabana Beach and within walking distance of Ipanema, this hotel is one of Rio’s finest and boasts two swimming pools, one for the morning sun and one for the afternoon.Click here to visit the Sofitel website
Sofitel, Rio de Janeiro