Kkala Boutique Hotel
Salta, Salta and Jujuy, Argentina
At a Glance
Not slap bang in the center but benefits for being in a quieter area of the city - only a short taxi ride away from Salta's attractions and restaurants
Stylish furnishings and impeccable attention to detail
Very welcoming atmosphere - home from home
Both indoor and outdoor areas to relax and unwind and a pool
Really friendly and personal service
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The weather is good almost all year round in Salta and the north west in general. It’s warm and dry in winter (June to September) though it gets cold at night. Summer (December to February) is hot and there’s no air conditioning in most rooms. Avoid the rainy season of February to March, when many of the roads to places you'll want to explore may be impassable due to flooding.
Call us on 858 345 1763 to start planning your vacation to Kkala Boutique Hotel or take a look at our itineraries to Salta and Jujuy
Kkala Boutique Hotel is located in the quiet residential area of Tres Cerritos in the lovely city of Salta in the northwest of Argentina. The hotel is perfect for exploring the city and the surrounding area, with its stunning scenery.
Each of the six rooms at Kkala has a distinctive character. Wood and stone are some of the materials used, decorated with linen and velvet and a selection of local crafts and antiques. Outdoors, there is a beautiful garden with a wall fountain and a pool with a deck.
Salta is one of the most traditional and picturesque provinces of Argentina. From Salta it is possible to visit the Calchaquies valleys, the town of Cachi itself and the wine region of Cafayate. A visit to the neighboring city of Jujuy is another possibility, as well as Tilcara, Purmamarca and its famous Hill of Seven Colors.
Other activities on offer nearby include trekking, rafting, caving, climbing, horseback riding and paragliding. At night, Salta's bustling Balcarce street offers a wide variety of bars, restaurants, musical shows and handicraft fairs.
Kkala has six guest rooms (Classic, Superior and Deluxe), each individually furnished with traditional touches include hand crafted furniture, local crafts and antiques. All the rooms feature king size or twin beds, LCD TV, minibar, air conditioning and WiFi. The Superior and Deluxe Rooms all have a whirlpool bathtub.
Children are welcomed at Kkala Boutique Hotel. Although there are no formal children’s facilities babysitting can be arranged on request and an extra bed can be accommodated in the Superior and Deluxe Rooms for those traveling with children.
Kkala Boutique Hotel has a lovely outdoor space with a heated pool, deck, patio and garden area. There is also a boutique and a cosy library-living room with fireplace. Although there is no formal restaurant at the hotel, breakfast is served in the dining area with beautiful views over the city and there are plenty of good restaurants just a walk or a short taxi ride away.
Guests at Kkala Boutique Hotel can explore the historic city of Salta, with its cobbled streets, beautiful colonial architecture, artisan market and some great museums, including the contemporary art museum and the MAAM archaeological museum. It is also possible to take excursions to visit the highlights of North West Argentina and trekking, horse riding, rafting, caving, climbing, kayaking and golf can all be arranged in the area.
Kkala Hotel is a house which combines tradition and craftsmanship located in a quiet residential neighborhood close to, but not in, the center of Salta in Argentina. Kkala Hotel is actually in Tres Cerritos, in the most picturesque and quietest spot at the foot of the hill. Inside discover antiques and regional handcrafts, the cozy library, sofa and fireplace.
Kkala Hotel features is a small family run boutique hotel with friendly and unobtrusive service and amazing views of Salta and the surrounding hills and mountains.
Downtown Salta is about a 20-25 minute walk away and is easily reached by taxi.
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Location & directions
Salta, Salta and Jujuy, Argentina
Kkala is located in the residential neighborhood of Tres Cerritos, a short walk or drive from the center of Salta, in North West Argentina.
How to get there
Salta is the nearest airport and is served by domestic airlines from Buenos Aires' Jorge Newbery Airport, a 2-hour 15-minute flight. Kkala is a 15-minute transfer from the airport.