Looking for a heavenly stay in wine country? Well, if Mendoza, Argentina is your destination we've got the place for you. A few weeks ago we were fortunate to enjoy the hospitality of Entre Cielos and were blown away by how beautiful and unique this wine country hideaway is.
Conveniently located near Downtown Mendoza, in the wine region of Luján de Cuyo, Entre Cielos is a secluded piece of wine country heaven. Once you enter their private grounds and the entrance gate closes behind you, a euphoric feeling of complete relaxation takes over you. This feeling is immediately enhanced by the courtesy glass of wine waiting for you at your arrival.
A walkway surrounded by beautifully manicured gardens, vineyards and colorful art leads you to the lobby but most importantly it leads you to an unforgettable stay. The accommodations consist of 24 rooms overlooking the pool and grounds that are conveniently connected to their restaurant. In this enchanting retreat, you can also find a series of recently built lofts scattered throughout their vineyard with views of the majestic Andes Mountains. Luckily for us, we stayed in one of these charming vineyard lofts and our only wish is that we could have stayed longer. Waking up to a sunrise overlooking the vineyards and the Andes Mountains is an experience we will forever remember.
If you are not yet convinced of how amazing and relaxing this place is you might want to checkout their spa. This Turkish inspired spa is a peaceful sanctuary with a multitude of treatments. We can vouch that after a 90 minute visit, we were rejuvenated for another day of wine tastings.
After a couple of amazing days at Entre Cielos we now understand why it is considered one of the most luxurious experiences in Mendoza and why people got so excited for us when we told them that we were staying there. Mendoza is one of our favorite Wine Destinations and our stay at Entre Cielos is one of our precious memories of our travels to this mesmerizing part of the world. If you are looking to be charmed by the magic of Mendoza a stay at Entre Cielos would certainly do the trick.