Looking for a place to stay in Mendoza? Then look no further than Diplomatic Hotel, a luxury hotel that brings the best of Mendoza to your doorstep.
Guest rooms offer amenities such as a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a refrigerator, and guests can go online with free wifi offered by the hotel.
Diplomatic Park Hotel features 24 hour front desk, room service, and a concierge, to help make your stay more enjoyable. The property also boasts a pool and free breakfast. If you are driving to Diplomatic Hotel, free parking is available.
Close to some of Mendoza's most popular landmarks, such as Plaza Independencia (0.4 mi) and Terraza Jardin Mirador (0.6 mi), Diplomatic Park Hotel is a great destination for tourists.
While you’re here, be sure to check out some of the cafes, including Silla 14 Cafe, Bute, and Pizzaiolo, all of which are a short distance from Diplomatic Park Hotel.
If you’re looking for something to do, Parque General San Martin (1.2 mi) is a nice way to spend some time, and it is within walking distance of Diplomatic Park Hotel.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Diplomatic Hotel as you experience everything Mendoza has to offer.
Great hotel, beatiful rooms, excellent breakfast, complimentary winre tasting in the evenings. Excellent receptionist and very helpful. Located very near lots of restaurants in the town and everythin within walking distance from the hotel. Swimmimgpool and gym at the hotel
Dear mister Santiago Alsina, My name is Menoodj Bharatsingh I am from Holland doing business in Mendoza. I wanted to write you this email as a business owner and guest at your hotel. As I am having a project in Mendoza and traveling a lot to Argentina back and forth, I am staying in different hotels since 3,5 years. So also as for this time. I have stayed in Hyatt, Sheraton and other high-end places. Not only to see the quality of the hotels but also as a future partner as my business will be in tourism. So far I have been enjoying my stays here in the different hotels. And I must say that the first impression of your hotel and the nice and helpful staff (in the beginning) helped me to put you on a high rating. But as our stay continued (we booked for 14 days). I have been noticing and been annoyed by a lot of aspects which I think is not appropriate for a five star hotel. Also as I have a lot of experience in customer journeys in tourism. So I just wanted to point out the things that I think it should not be like it is: All staff members saluting in Spanish, some of them even respond in Spanish when talking English back.None of your staff members are welcoming the guests when entering the door. In the 13 days we have been greeted once. They don’t even have friendly faces when you arrive at the parking. All bell boys, except a for a blonde guy, who was the only one daring to say hi in our last day.All staff members are using guest elevators for all purposes, this makes even the guests wait for a long time with elevators, crazy right? This is a cause of immediate dismissal in so many other hotels, particularly when having staff elevators right next to them.As advertised on the website we should have had an espresso machine and a welcome drink by arrival. We are staying in room number 1903. These things where not available. The greeting of the parking, bell boys and reception are the one that made me really not feel welcome at your hotel. I am an easy going person and not that difficult but these things for me where a no-go. In tourism this is what your clients first see when entering. Also by checking-in we had to pursue the reception if they could please iron our shirts as we had a wedding. After much begging they finally arranged it but the first answer was “no podemos”. We have called the reception many times from our room to ask if we could be connected with Salentein, Cacheuta… and many others. We made more than seven calls and every time we where hanged up on the phone and not called back. Also on the TV a message appeared that your hotel did not pay the cable provider bill and the service would be cut the following day. I find these things very disturbing and I thought these are things that you should know are happening. Tomorrow we are checking out and we are returning in November. But we don’t know if we will stay here a second time. Perhaps it is time to give it a last chance to the one five-star hotel I have yet not discovered. This far the staff, service and customer experiences we have found the best in Sheraton. I believe this hotel has all features but you have plenty of room for improvement, specially on training and development. Thanks you very much for reading our email. With kind regards, Menoodj Bharatsingh PS I think we will definitely meet in the future as we have similar connections in Mendoza and we will start our business in 2021. Would be happy to meet.…
I stayed at the Diplomatic Hotel before and after a trek to Aconcagua. The rooms are large and very comfortable, the service is excellent, the breakfast is spectacular. I had a great massage on the way back from the trek. I would highly recommend it.
This hotel is adjacent to the main walking street of Mendoza, leading to all of the plazas and shopping areas. There is free wine tasting every evening at 7 PM. Breakfast is included with your room and is the usual fare. We tried room service, and were pleased with the food.
Very convenient to many eat in / cafe establishments. Waited to long one night to eat in cafes however the hotel restaurant was still open and the food was good. They also offered wine samples in the afternoon free of charge. The price was great, breakfast was free and also very good. Staff attentive and rooms were clean, think it may be the newest of the two featured hotels on most websites. I like it best and stayed at both of the most recommended. PS very good wine shop within short walking distance, just ask.