Entre Cielos Wine Hotel + Spa to Add Eight Vineyard Lofts in January

Entre Cielos Wine Hotel + Spa will expand its accommodations offerings next month when it opens its eight new Vineyard Lofts. Situated in the heart of Argentina’s wine region, the new lofts will immerse guests in the property’s own vineyard.

The new 450-square-foot lofts will come with king beds, private bathrooms, a sitting area and a large outdoor terrace, accessible through floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors. All facing north, each of the new eight lofts will provide views of the vineyard and the Andes Mountain. Thought set outside of the main building, loft guests will have access to all the hotel’s amenities.

The new suites will mark the beginning of the hotel’s larger global expansion. Next May, the owners of Entre Cielos Wine Hotel + Spa will resume offering private yacht charters out of Greece. Through October, the Entre Cielos family will offer private yacht trips aboard its 30-meter wooden sailing yacht. After the return of its yacht service, they will open a Swiss Chalet Adventure Lodge and, at the end of 2019, a new eco-camp project in the nearby Uco Valley.

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A member of the Small Luxury Hotels of the World, Entre Cielos Wine Hotel + Spa is located in Mendoza, Argentina. The boutique hotel offers 16 rooms, a bistro and a spa hammam.

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