A modern luxury hotel with clean spaces and intimate, cosy surroundings.
In the historic quarter of Salta, just 20 minutes from Guemes International Airport and 5 blocks from the main square.
Accommodation & Facilities
Rooms are classed as either ‘Mythical Classic’, ‘Mythical Superior’ and ‘Mythical Deluxe’. All rooms have TV and DVD players, mini bar, in room safe, hot and cold air conditioning and Wi-Fi as well as a phone service, hair dryer and amenities. Rooms range in size and facilities, Classic rooms are generally smaller, some with balconies, Superiors are a little larger and the Deluxe rooms go up to 52m², some with large balconies (up to 16 m²) and other with inner patios (up to 17 m²). Some come with twin basins, some have hydro massage or Scottish shower boxes and some have wood burning stoves. Similar to its sister hotel, Legado Mitico – Argentina, rooms are named after influential people and natives from the area in attempt for guests to ‘discover their secrets’.
There is a classical library with images and texts about the past and present, cherished objects are scattered around and the inviting fireplace makes a great place to relax with a glass of wine. The solarium terrace welcomes guests with comfy deckchairs and showers in the sun and the patio is a great place to meet. The breakfast lounge is neat, warm and cosy, keeping in with the classical theme.
The staff are multi-lingual, providing a fantastic welcome and service for all the guests. There is also a laundry service and gift shop.
The breakfast lounge serves a ‘Mythical Breakfast’…
Salta offers a range of activities and things to see all year round, with different climate and landscapes. Tropical heat in Chaco Salteno, severe cold in arid Puna and a seeming never ending spring in the city; explore the birdlife and red shades of the Calchaquies Valleys, or head to the north of the province to the jungle. There are lots of trips and excursions leaving from the influential and historical city of Salta, get in touch for more details.
Other activities include taking one of the most beautiful train rides in the world in the Puna Saltena (Train to the Clouds), where at some points you will be 4,000 metres above sea level. You can also visit museums such as the Museo Historico del Norte with a large collection from pre-Columbian ceramics through to religious paintings and sculptures, visit the 60 hectare cloud forest reserve or visit the national parks, such as Parque Nacional Finca El Rey.
Children over 12 allowed.