We have seven themed rooms
My “rancho”, in homage to the typical hut of the Argentine “gaucho”
Amawta Wasi: from the Quechua language, “the wise man’s dwelling”, in honor of the aboriginal peoples.
Warmikuna: “women” in Quechua, to honor Argentine and Latin American women
Chamitos: this is how children and teenagers are known in Colombia and Venezuela. The ideal room for singles or groups of young friends
Wentru: “men” in Quechua, in honor of the men who forged our history.
Tani Tani: “mountain range flower” in Mapuche, in reference to the local plant and animal life
Artists: in homage to Argentine and Latin American painters
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