Overlooking the glimmering waters of Lago Nahuel Huapi, is the stunning Villa Beluno. A five star boutique retreat for guests looking to discover the magic of the Argentine Lake District.
Reminiscent of a Tuscan villa, Villa Beluno offers guests a luxurious and personalised environment to explore the beautiful nature and scenery of the Lake District. Picturesque grounds, cosy and comfortable communal areas and impeccable service, all combine at Villa Beluno to make for a special experience.
There are just thirteen rooms, all of which have used traditional Italian architecture but are flooded with natural light. All of the rooms overlook the lake and garden and feature locally sourced furniture, crafted from lenga wood. The most impressive room is the Royal Suite, which is over 1,500sq ft and comes with its own dressing room and has a free-standing bathtub in the tastefully decorated bathroom.
The hotel’s restaurant ‘Avellana’, is truly excellent and uses ingredients from the hotels own hydroponic greenhouse and orchard. There is also a patisserie, serving beautifully fresh and sweet cakes and pastries, as well as an inviting bar area, with a stunning outdoor terrace. An afternoon tea can also be organised in the winter garden, with stunning vistas of the snow-capped mountains.
An excellent base for exploring the Andean forests and mountains of the Lake District, Villa Beluno is also the perfect environment to relax and recharge. In fact, separate from the main villa is the spa, complete with sauna, fitness studio and a stunning infinity pool, overlooking the lake and snow-capped mountains.
Villa Beluno, at a glance
- High-end luxury hotel, with only a handful of rooms
- Stunning location, overlooking Lake Nahuel Huapi and built on a peninsula, away from the tourist hot spot of San Carlos de Bariloche
- Excellent restaurant, serving a range of fresh produce
- Attentive and personalised service
- Stunning spa with infinity pool overlooking the lake
- Only a 35-minute drive from Bariloche airport
For leisure and pleasure
- Explore the surrounding Nahuel Huapi National Park, the oldest national park in Argentina and home to some beautiful hiking trails
- Take a boat to Isla Victoria, in the middle of Nahuel Huapi lake and home to cave drawings, left by indigenous groups
- Skiing at Cerro Catedral during the winter months
- Visit the chocolate shops and microbreweries in San Carlos de Bariloche
- Drive the famous ‘Seven Lakes route’ to Villa La Angostura and San Martin de los Andes