Legado Mitico Salta
Salta, Salta and Jujuy, Argentina
At a Glance
Very individual design
Relaxing roof terrace
Super spacious rooms and bathrooms
Great for honeymoons
Just 5 blocks from Salta's main square
Best time to Visit
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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.
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The boutique sister hotel to the Legado Mítico in Buenos Aires, the Legado Mítico Salta is located in the heart of Argentina's beautiful north-western colonial city of Salta. The hotel blends unique design with modern comforts and personalized service.
Local history and culture meet modern convenience, impeccable style and excellent service in the Legado Mítico Salta. Traditional yet chic, the eleven spacious rooms are bathed in natural light from a central courtyard. They are cosy and comfortable, with large windows that open onto splendid balconies and gardens. Each one has been named and individually decorated in honour of one of the great historical figures who left their mark here.
During a stay at the Legado Mítico Salta, guests can explore the old historical center of the city and its cultural offerings. Other activities on offer nearby include trekking, horseback riding, hang gliding and quad biking. At night, the bustling Balcarce street offers a wide variety of bars, restaurants, musical shows and handicraft fairs.
Legado Mitico Salta has 11 stylish guest rooms, divided into Classic, Superior and Deluxe Rooms. The rooms are uniquely designed, each reflecting the character of a cultural or historical figure from the region. The décor features warm red, brown and blue tones and elegant wood furnishings. Beds are either king size (these can be separated into twin beds) or four poster. Rooms come with LCD TV, DVD player and WiFi and all feature some outdoor space, whether it be a balcony, patio or terrace.
Legado Mítico Salta is essentially designed for adults although children over the age of 12 years are welcome to come and stay. An extra bed can be accommodated in the Superior and Deluxe Rooms for an extra charge.
Legado Mítico Salta has a cosy lounge with comfortable sofas, an open fireplace and a wide selection of reading material on the region and the local culture. There is also a pretty patio, a solarium terrace and a breakfast room. There is no formal restaurant although drinks and light snacks are available throughout the day.
Guests at Legado Mítico Salta can take a city tour of the picturesque city of Salta, with its cobbled streets, beautiful colonial architecture and impressive archaeological museum. Trekking, hiking, horse riding and golf can be arrange nearby and it is also possible to organize trips further afield to the highlights of the north west, to the stunning Quebrada de Humahuaca, the vineyards at Cafayate and to the colonial town of Cachi, surrounded by stunning desert scenery.
Ali Andino (Staff)
Friendly staff greets you at the reception area. This hotel is in a great location in Palermo Soho, walking distance to many great restaurants and bars. The rooms are modern and each one has its own unique theme to it. Not too many rooms so this books up very early. There's no pool or fitness center, it is a true boutique hotel.
With its rawhide throws, polished cow-horn and Andean textiles, Legado Mitico Salta makes sure you know where you are. The second hotel from the team behind the Legado Mtico Buenos Aires, it follows the same successful formula: small, low-key and indisputably Argentine. Each of the 11 rooms is named after a charismatic national figure, be it folk musician, military heroine or freedom fighter. Cowhide chaps hang above the bed in El Gaucho; there are framed bows and arrows in El Wichi; and hand-woven rugs adorn El Kolla. The native flair is down to design duo Javier Figueroa and Horacio Menndez, who scour markets and auctions for furnishings. This lesser-known part of Argentina is home to the world's highest vineyards and the 'Train to the Clouds', a classic South American railway journey.
Classic Northern Argentina
Buenos Aires, Salta, Cachi, Cafayate & the Pampas
from $4500 pp 9 nights
- Sip on some of the best Torrontes wine amongst the scenic vineyards of Cafayate
- Soak in the striking landscapes of Salta and Cachi, with giant cacti and impressive geological formations
- Stay in boutique properties throughout, with personal service
Location & directions
Salta, Salta and Jujuy, Argentina
Legado Mitico Salta is located just five blocks away from Salta's main square, in the North West of 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. Legado Mitico Salta is 15 minutes from the airport.