Hosteria ACA is an excellent choice for travelers visiting Cachi, offering a romantic environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
In addition, while staying at Hosteria ACA guests have access to a 24 hour front desk and beach chairs, and you can stay connected with free wifi. You can also enjoy a pool and free breakfast while staying at Hosteria ACA. Need a place to park? Free parking is available at Hosteria ACA.
While staying at Hosteria ACA, you may want to check out El Zapallo (0.3 mi) which is a short walk away.
During your visit, be sure to check out popular attractions like Cachi (0.3 mi) and Iglesia de San Jose (0.3 mi), which are all within walking distance of the inn.
Enjoy your stay in Cachi!
The hotel is not centrally located, but that is no problem because they offer very good dining and breakfast. It has a beautiful garden with a view on the valley, the mountains and the city. There is an outdoor pool. The rooms are very nicely furnitured and very clean.
Located at a hilltop in Cachi (a really pretty little town), this hotel has clearly seen better times. It was ok with regards to comfort and service, and the view is pretty, but the rooms and public spaces require some modernisation. It’s convenient, but lacks flair and attention to detail. Breakfast was ok (buffet-style), but simple.
Nice stay. Standard and average installation. Warm, and clean rooms. Friendly staff. Breakfast and Coffee in the morning could be improved. Stunning view as the hostel is located on a beautiful hill. Wonderful old trees.
This is a nice and well organized hotel, managed by the Argentinian Automobile Club. It is located in the top of a small hill where you can appreciate the beauty of the town and surroundings. The rooms are clean and comfortable. The wifi worked very well. The staff is kind and helpful. We had also good dinner and breakfast at the hotel.
Charming hotel, warm reception, nice rooms, quiet, great bed, dinner was quite good Location on a hilltop with a gorgeous barbecue area overlooking the valley and hills - glorious especially in the late evening as the sun reflects on the hills. The grounds were lovely. Rooms basic but clean and comfortable. Very quiet during the night as it's away from the town and traffic - not that the town is very big at all. A box of tissues would have been nice. Dinner was good - quinoa and vegetable soup - thankfully not too salty. The grilled chicken was reasonably cooked but a little salty with the quinoa salad we ordered and shared as well. Wide European type menu as well as some local fare. Breakfast was the typical fare throughout our Argentinian travels with the usual white breads, fresh apple fruit salad and fresh squeezed juice and it didn't taste adulterated this time. Apart from the white rolls they had a nice whole wheat grain cakey bread that was very nice toasted so that was different and nice for a change. I enjoyed the hosteria as it was convenient and walking into the town was nice. For those less fit, it is atop a hill so if you walk into town you have to walk back up but we didn't find it too strenuous and we didn't have a car. We had lunch in town and dinner at the hosteria.…