Ratings based on 9 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.9 Room cleanliness
5.0 Service & staff
4.4 Room comfort
4.6 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Couplesby Ash from London
Excellent and beautiful service and settingPosted Feb 5, 2014
Pros: The quiet location, proximity to great vineyards and the fantastic staff and facilities
Cons: The menu was a little pricey but the food was great, as was the wine selection
Location: There are many vineyards nearby and chacras is a fantastic neighbourhood to explore, full of bars and restaurants and a lively atmosphere.
I stayed here for two nights over the weekend of my wedding. The staff were very attentive and very helpful with all my questions and queries from friends and family regarding the area and for booking taxis etc. The food was great, the service was excellent - we were treated to a complimentary bottle of champagne on our wedding night and the staff were always very willing to help organise anything that we wanted. On the morning of the wedding I had my bridesmaids over to get ready and have our hair done as well as having a photographer over, and the staff at Posada Borovino were wonderful, bringing us free coffee and water while we got ready. The garden is beautiful and was a great setting for the morning of the wedding with the pool and deck and tables and chairs in the sunshine. The breakfasts were great with Nespresso coffee and a variety of pastries and fruit and cereal to choose from. The menu was excellent also - the sharing meat and cheese platter for two people was a feast indeed and well worth the £30. The pool was lovely and the garden had space for both lying in the sun or eating lunch or dinner in the shade or under the canopy. I will certainly be recommending this hotel for others to stay in and hope to be back again myself soon. The location of the posada is out of the central Mendoza city by about half an hour and will cost around AR$100 (£10) to get you into the centre if that is where you wish to explore. However it is perfectly located for the vineyards and
for Everyoneby CHS from New York
Honeymoon in Posada BorravinoPosted Sep 24, 2013
Great location and wonderful staff. Although the Posada doesn't have a full restaurant, their empanadas and their Finca wine are fantastic! We had a lovely stay.
for Couplesby Arielle
Great posada!!Posted Feb 12, 2013 on Hotels.com
We loved posada borravino!! Choosing a hotel in mendoza was not easy but we are happy we did not choose to stay in mendoza city. The location and charm of posada borravino can't be compared with the bustling city. Walking to the main town took about 20 minutes and another 15 minutes towards the plaza we found some other restaurants as well. Our driver took us to many wineries that were no more than 15-20 minutes away. The service was outstanding from the time we checked in through our entire stay. Denise was a pleasure to deal with and always made sure we were ok and asked if we needed anything. The grounds and facilities are all you need when in Mendoza. Use the Parilla!!! While we had some difficulty at first, we persevered and had a delicious dinner!! Denise set our table and ensured we had everything we needed to make it a success. We had an early flight the day of check out and breakfast was waiting, table set and all- that is good service. Rooms are small but clean and do not feel cramped at all. Would recommend the posada to anyone visiting mendoza!!
for Business Travelersby Jerry
Very nice boutique hotelPosted Jan 13, 2013 on Hotels.com
A very nice boutique hotel in the countryside. The only draw back is that it is quite a small hotel, although this adds to the charm.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Arlington, VA
Posada Borravino--restful interludePosted Mar 27, 2012 on Hotels.com
We came to Posada Borravino towards the end of a extended visit to Argentina and were looking for a quiet, peaceful place to regain our energy. We found it. This is a quiet, little hotel, with friendly and helpful staff. I sat in a chair by the pool (small) and read,while my wife rented a bike and rode through the neighborhood of Chacras de Coria. There is no kitchen here. So, unless you are very fond of pizza and empanadas, you have to go into town to eat. The hotel owner drove us the ten minutes into town and we had a very nice Italian dinner. The owner, by the way, has his own vineyard nearby and produces a very fine Malbec. If you are not too demanding and are prepared to slow down, this is a fine place for a two or three day stay.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Santa Monica, CA
Outstanding!!!Posted Jan 23, 2012 on Hotels.com
I cannot say enough good things about the Borravino, outstanding people, outstanding service...my wife and I plan to return! Thanks to Helder and Maria for a great time!
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Posted Jan 23, 2012 on Hotels.com
Heaven! A little slice of heaven on our Argentinian honeymoon... gorgeous hosts couldn't have been nicer...best coffee (Nespresso) in South America... loved every minute of our peaceful 2 night stay.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from British Virgin Islands
Home away from HomePosted Oct 17, 2011 on Hotels.com
This was exactly what we wanted. Over the years, we have stayed at plenty of 5 start hotels and resorts, but this time, we wanted a quiet, countryish, comfortable, warm, down home type of place. Well, this was it. It was very comfortable, and had everything we were looking for. It is surrounded by wine country and numerous outstanding restaurants. The best part is the staff. Family members run this place and they were outstanding. From the managers (Family Members) down to the lowest level employee, they were just outstanding people. It is the first time I left a tip for every member of the staff (alibi, small staff) When we return to Mendoza, I can guarantee this is where we will stay.
for Couplesby A verified traveler from New York
Wonderful B&B in Wine CountryPosted Sep 4, 2011
What a wonderful find!! We ended up in Mendoza by chance after our original flight to Bariloche was cancelled. I booked this posada without doing much research and I feel like I couldn't have made a better choice. Located outside the city of Mendoza, the posada is in a small neighbouring town. The place is very quiet, beautifully decorated, and designed to make you feel at home. The staff is very professional and one should trust them for recommendations for restaurants and vineyards to visit as they really know the best in the region (the food in the region is quite amazing). Wonderful breakfast in the morning. It helps having a car as you'll have more options, but one can easily call a taxi (the posada even offers free rides to restaurants in their town). What a great way to start our tour of Argentina!!