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At the House of Jasmines, the foothills of the Argentinean Andes in Salta seem so close you could almost reach out your fingertips and touch them from the swimming pool. Here in the rambling greenery surrounding the House, the crisp, fresh air lends itself more to bathing suits and the occasional sweater than to nippy alpine living. It's a great place for cycling in the countryside, hiking, and just enjoying life.
The boutique House of Jasmines has a tight-knit community of staff who work efficiently and unostentatiously to make your life easier. The 14 accommodations are split between a 100-year-old main house and a newer construction, a freestanding villa with four bedrooms that can be joined to make two large suites, and an original structure that was a guard house and now contains three junior suites. The warmth of country life is front and center in the hotel's décor, local textiles softening the edgy background of dark lumber pieces. Hand-embroidered 400-thread-count sheets and the delightful turn down service greet travelers after a day of exploring.