Rising from sprawling vineyards that unfold towards the spectacular Andes, the Casa de Uco is an exceptional wine resort that blends sustainability with refined luxury. An attractive place of glass and steel, the hotel provides you with breathtaking views of the vines, mountains and lagoon. All the wine-infused experiences you’d expect from a Mendoza bolthole are here, yet so too are exciting outdoor and cultural activities. Staff are always at hand to assist you and share their love of the land with you. But you’ll also have plenty of opportunities to relax and soak up the magical atmosphere alone, whether by the pool, in your abode, or somewhere between the vines.

Rooms at Casa de Uco

The Casa de Uco is bedecked with tastefully designed rooms and suites, clad in neutral tones and materials. Think large picture windows framing the vineyard view, bay windows or private balconies, and sleek bathrooms. You could either pick one of the ground-floor Cordon del Plata rooms, or upgrade to a firstfloor suite for more space and a more luxe aesthetic. As well as an added living room and deep-soak tub, you’ll be treated to 180-degree views. If you want the cream of the crop, stay in one of Casa de Uco’s villas instead. These exclusive hideaways make for your perfect home-from-home in Mendoza, sprawled over two floors and complete with a rooftop terrace and hot tub.

Experiences at Casa de Uco

Whether you’re here for the wine alone, or you’re thirsty for adventure, you’re in the right place at Casa de Uco. You can look forward to:

A beautiful 320-hectare estate with vineyards and a winery.
Tastings and guided tours to learn all about the wine-making process.
Meals whipped up using ingredients sourced from the hotel garden and local farmers.
Cocktail and cookery classes, the latter taking place al fresco.
Lunches and picnics served outdoors, such as at the Los Chañares Ecological Reserve.
Trekking, horse riding, 4x4 adventures, biking, tennis and archery.
Outdoor pool and Uco Spa, offering aromatherapy and wine therapy treatments.
Games room with pool table and library.
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Casa de Uco has a clear sustainable focus, using solar energy, conserving rainwater, recycling, growing its own produce, and donating 10 sqm of native forest in the Misiones jungle with each reservation.


73 miles from Mendoza El Plumerillo Airport.