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I stayed at Kkala boutique hotel in Salta for four nights, and I picked it cause of its location at the foot of a mountain, in the quiet residential area of Tres Cerritos, only minutes to downtown Salta. I made the right choice!

The hotel is actually a beautiful three-floor villa with a small garden and swimming pool overlooking the mountains. Furniture and decoration represent a stunning selection of local craftsmanship, and you can find beauty in every small detail in the room and the common area. You can actually even buy some of them!

The cozy lobby has a library area with a bar, stone fireplace, and comfy colorful armchairs, while the breakfast room is on the upper floor, with a terrace overlooking the landscape. I loved the yummy dulce de leche cakes and the selection of teas. A cool way to wake up.

On my last day, I decided to relax lying in the sun and swimming, and I got so lazy that I even had such in front of the swimming pool, discovering a great selection of local cheeses and meats and excellent wine. They serve meals all day long, in the room or any other area of the hotel.

Another yummy detail is the evening chocolate selection served to the room with the following day’s weather forecast.

I know that all the rooms are different. Mine was room Acay, a beautiful room on the first floor with a king-size bed and a lovely bathroom with a super shower.

Abra del Acay is actually the mountain pass connecting the Puna and the calchaqui valley on Routa 40. I took that same impressive route leaving Salta a few days later, right after my stay with the gauchos in Sayta.

Personal Note

Thanks to my previous job and often for pleasure, I spent almost more time in hotels than at home in the last seventeen years. Here are those I consider special places not to be missed. Those I truly hope to come back to again and again…

These posts have nothing to do with sponsorships.

These are just places where I stayed and that I loved and felt like have to be recommended to everybody. 

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Silvia's Trips

Hi there! My name is Silvia and after 15 years between the Paris Opera and the Palau de les Arts in Valencia I now run a boutique hotel in Cinque Terre, deal with tourism management and blogging, sail, horse-ride, play guitar and write about my solo trips around the world. For more info about me and my travel blog check my full bio.