Looking for a place to stay in San Salvador de Jujuy? Then look no further than Jujuy Palace Hotel, a hotel that brings the best of San Salvador de Jujuy to your doorstep.
Free wifi is offered to guests, and rooms at Jujuy Palace Hotel offer a minibar, air conditioning, and a desk.
During your stay, take advantage of some of the amenities offered, including 24 hour front desk and a concierge. Guests of Jujuy Palace Hotel are also welcome to enjoy a sauna and free breakfast, located on site. For travellers arriving by car, free parking is available.
While staying at Jujuy Palace Hotel, visitors can check out Capilla de Santa Barbara (0.3 mi) and Cabildo De Jujuy (0.5 mi), some of San Salvador de Jujuy's top attractions.
If you’re looking for a cafe, consider a visit to Logros Café, Mikuna Red Natural, or Negus, which are all conveniently located a short distance from Jujuy Palace Hotel.
There is no shortage of things to do in the area: explore popular monuments and statues such as Lola Mora.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Jujuy Palace Hotel as you experience everything San Salvador de Jujuy has to offer.
I've stay at this hotel because I arrived late and night and I had to leave early in the morning to Purmamarca. It was a good option that served his purpose. Breakfast was included but it was really bad. We got there 1 hour before it ended and they did not bother to replenish anything... and also there was no one around to ask for something... I expected a little more. Also I requested a parking space, which was confirmed by email, but when I got there I have to leave my keys because they did not have parking space.
My wife and I stayed 4 nights, in 2 visits, with confirmed Booking.com reservations. After arriving on the 1 PM bus from Salta we taxied(130 Ap) 8 km northwest. This 10 room hotel occupies the 3rd floor of a modern brick office building with available secure parking. The Spanish speaking receptionist at the full time entry desk presented a guest form to be completed, then handed us the keys, and we chose one of the 2 elevators to our 3rd floor room. The large carpeted #306 had a comfortable king with 1 nightstand, large shelved closet, table and 2 chairs, shelf desk with refer below, hot pot and microwave above and wall TV(little English), good AC, good secure wifi, and a fully outfitted tile bathroom with a slippery tub shower. Our second visit was across the hall in a similar #307, on the main street but quiet on Sunday. The 7AM breakfast buffet included fresh OJ, fresh fruit, yogurt, cereal, toast, medialunas, ham and cheese, coffee with hot milk. Location is fine near the classy Restaurant Joaquina, 2 blocks east to the Carrefour Supermarket, another block to Heladeria Pingüino, another block to Museo Histórico J.G. Lavalle, and another block to the main plaza. We were just 1 block from our Alamo Rental Car for our three day trip to the Quebrada de Humahuaca. This well managed hotel shows a bit of wear, but with monitored security and rooms serviced daily, presents very good value.…
The hotel shouldn't be allow to advertised itself as a 4 star hotel, far from it. Reception wasn't at the desk when we tried to check in so we were standing around the front door for 15 mins, the hotel don't have a lobby. Internet drop out a lot. Overall, it feels like a cheap hotel and very expensive for what you get.
It's a four star, but don't expect this country to offer the 4 star standard you are used to. Rooms are big and so are the bathrooms. Breakfast is disappointing but haven't found a proper one yet in Argentina unless all you eat are croissants. Furniture is probably as old as I am. Service is ok.