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Tourist offices can recommend all kinds of hospedajes (lodgings), apart-hotels (rooms with cooking facilities and sometimes a sitting area), cabañas (cabins), hostels, and residenciales (bed-and-breakfasts), all of which are generally well maintained and offer good bargains. In the countryside you'll find everything from campgrounds to hosterías (inns), estancias (ranches), and even a spa hotel. Posadas (country inns) can be cozy and old-fashioned, sprawling and ranchlike, or sleek and modern. Some have first-rate restaurants and an extensive wine list. Afternoon tea, wine tastings, and custom tours, horseback rides, and evening entertainment are all possible activities.
Mendoza City has lively hostels, many medium-size hotels and apart-hotels, and the Hyatt and the Diplomat for luxury. San Rafael has two modern hotels, a few smaller ones, a golf and tennis resort, bodega and hotel, and the inimitable Finca Los Alamos—a charming and historic country home family-owned and -operated since 1890.
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