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Club Tapiz in Mendoza, Argentina

The alluring country of Argentina, known for its sultry tango and stunning architecture, stands as an epicenter of Latin American-chic. It is also home to some of the most attractive vineyards in the world, which is why many wine connoisseurs heading to the southern hemisphere find themselves drawn to the Mendoza region, particularly Club Tapiz. A breath-taking historical 1890 estate surrounded by seemingly endless vineyards, Club Tapiz is the place to be if you are searching for the perfect grape and a luxurious experience. Fashioned in the Renaissance style with many original appointments still intact, including vintage pinewood floors, the exclusive hotel makes visitors feel as if they are weekend guests at a spectacular residence. Originally built as the Governors' House, the main building, Casa Zolo, has become an architectural and historical treasure. With just seven elegant and understated rooms, you may feel like you have awoken in a South American dream in which you run the whole show.

Only a few yards from the residence you will find an award-winning vintage winery that produces crisp and full-bodied wines, using the majestic Andean Mountain Range as a spectacular backdrop. This seductive sanctuary also has one of the area's best restaurants, Terruno, where regional dishes blend with international specialties. You will enjoy them with thoughtfully paired artisan wines, of course. Signature dishes, such as asado, best showcase the country's succulent beef and spicy condiments. Groves of olive trees surround the estate and produce a remarkable variety of oils, which then find their way into many of the estate's signature dishes. You may also take a dip in the sparkling swimming pool. The staff to guest ratio is impressive, and guests truly feel as if they are the only ones that matter. Requests, no matter how big or small, never go unattended. If you are looking for some adrenaline release, the area features a variety of activities such as whitewater rafting, trekking and bicycling to get your heart rate up a bit. Regardless of your wishes, Club Tapiz will certainly dazzle all gourmands and oenophiles, as well as those intrigued by all of the impressive wine and natural beauty that Argentina has to offer.

Location of Club Tapiz

Club Tapiz
Ruta 60 s/n Maiu
Mendoza, Argentina

Nearest Airport: MDZ

Amenities for Club Tapiz

  • General Information
  • 7 Guest Rooms
  • Dining
  • Restaurant
  • Wine Cellar
  • Bar
  • Room Service
  • On-Site Amenities
  • Laundry Service
  • Library
  • Garden
  • High-Speed Internet Access
  • Outdoor Pool
  • Activities
  • Hiking
  • Wine Tasting
  • White Water River Rafting
  • Business
  • Business Center
  • Nearby
  • Golf
  • Vineyards
  • Interests
  • Active & Adventure
  • Food & Wine

Reviews for Club Tapiz

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 week ago

Service and food are excellent. The actual grounds well-kept and visually pleasing. You can tell this hotel had their hayday 10 years ago. Many small details like cob webs in common areas, rooms, etc were missed. The pool is lovely but could be stocked more with towels and maybe even provide a waiter to ask for drinks. The spa really needs to be renovated - the hot tub fluctuated between hot and cold and the bathrooms seem to be in disrepair (wires were hanging out). That being said the daily wine tastings and service and even the other guests made this a pleasant experience (and made up for the lack of detail to the facilities). Great value for your money as its a nice place to stay and near all the major wineries. Just don't go expecting perfection

MissAlessMalice - Raleigh, North Carolina

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Paradise on earth! Club Tapiz is located in a vineyard. There were tastings of local wines each night served by the gracious Alexandro followed by superb prix fixe dinner made more enjoyable by the ever helpful server, Alysia . We were too full for dessert one night and Alysia cheerfully served it the following night on the patio. The entire staff was exceptional. One day we wandered into the wine cellar and bumped into Sebastian. He was working but took the time to take us on a tour of the bodega, gave us the history, and demonstrated how sparking wine was produced. One day the manager, Gabriella, went out of her way to retrieve a very important article left at a rafting site up in the mountains. Our rooms were spacious overlooking the patio and pool patio and long the rows of grape vines.

dianne_lawson - Mississauga

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We stayed in three nights and very much liked the place. The buildings have plenty of character and are set amongst vines. There’s a small outdoor pool within a lawn area in the garden with views towards the mountains and a spa area with a hot tub and massage facilities. Each evening at 8pm there is a free wine tasting which is a chance to try some of the Tapiz wines and meet other guests. There are seven rooms in the main house and some nice communal spaces. We were in room 6 which was spacious - all have small outside seating areas facing the courtyard. The restaurant does good food although the menu didn’t change while we were there. It’s possible to get taxis though best ordered well in advance if you want to visit wineries or try other places for lunch. The hotel is about 20-30 minutes outside of the centre of Mendoza but closer to the smaller centres in the wine area to the south of the city.

Segaria226 - London, United Kingdom

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 4 weeks ago

My cousin Joe and I had a Great Lunch here with a few friends in 05. We ate in a lovely little building, there are several dining rooms on the property. The food was first clas, great service, Awesome Ambiance. One of the older guys with us, said it was so good that, "It's Crimnal."

Daniel B - NEW YORK

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Definitely worth staying here even if it is a bit off the beaten track. Rooms were comfortable and clean, service impeccable, fresh breakfast (really good bread). There is a daily wine tasting of their own wines, but they do carry other wines in their restaurant. Plan to visit - it is worth it!

Sonjee - Horsens, Denmark

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