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Patios Del Mediterraneo San Rafael Star Rating 2        
Av. San Martin 77

This unfussy, low-rise apartment hotel is a 5-minute walk from the San Rafael bus stop, a 13-minute walk from Plaza Independencia and 10 km from Nevado Golf Club.The pared-back apartments feature kitchenettes, dining tables and old-school TVs with cable channels. Wi-Fi is available.
Regine Hotel Star Rating 2        
Independencia 623

This laid-back hotel is a 5-minute walk from Casa Bianchi winery and 2 km from both Museo Ferroviario railway museum and San Rafael city center.Featuring neutral stone walls and tile floors, the simple rooms come with cable TV.Parking and a breakfast buffet are free.
Family Inn Star Rating 3        
Av. Hipolito Irigoyen 5501

Set on National Route 143 opposite San Rafael Airport, this bright, unpretentious hotel occupies a low-rise lodging with views of the Andes mountains. It's 3 km from railway exhibits at Museo Municipal Ferroviario.Low-key rooms come with free Wi-Fi, minibars and flat-screen TVs, as well as sitting areas.
Hotel Leali Inn Family        
Comandante Salas 774

Set on National Route 143 opposite San Rafael Airport, this bright, unpretentious hotel occupies a low-rise lodging with views of the Andes mountains. It's 3 km from railway exhibits at Museo Municipal Ferroviario.Low-key rooms come with free Wi-Fi, minibars and flat-screen TVs, as well as sitting areas.
Apart Ayum Elun        
Ruta Provincial 173 kilometro 27

Set on 4 hectares of grounds beside the Rio Atuel, this relaxed resort is 3 km from the Bosque Aéreo EUCA adventure park and 11 km from the scenic Embalse Valle Grande.Laid-back cabins sleep up to 6, and feature kitchenettes, flat-screen TVs, and balconies overlooking the river. There are also 2-bedroom apartments, plus a 16-room lodge offering river views and access to a pool.
Cabanas Ayum Elun Las Malvinas        
Ruta Provincial 173 kilometro 27

Set on 4 hectares of grounds beside the Rio Atuel, this relaxed resort is 3 km from the Bosque Aéreo EUCA adventure park and 11 km from the scenic Embalse Valle Grande.Laid-back cabins sleep up to 6, and feature kitchenettes, flat-screen TVs, and balconies overlooking the river. There are also 2-bedroom apartments, plus a 16-room lodge offering river views and access to a pool.
San Martin Aparthotel San Rafael (Argentina) Star Rating 3        
San Martin 435

Set in a redbrick building in San Rafael's city center, this unpretentious hotel is a 1-minute walk from El Museo Municipal Ferroviario (railway museum) and 2 km from Casa Bianchi winery.Featuring cable TV, the simple, streamlined rooms and apartments also have free Wi-Fi; some have wood floors. Upgraded apartments add kitchens and dining tables.
Tierra Mora Apart Hotel Star Rating 3        
Ameghino 350

Opposite a scenic park, this modern hotel with snazzy interiors is a 7-minute walk from the renowned Bodega La Abeja winery and a 9-minute stroll from the city center.Stylish rooms with sliding patio doors provide flat-screen TVs, minifridges and free Wi-Fi. Upgraded quarters add sitting areas and park views.
San Rafael Hotel (Argentina) Star Rating 3        
Coronel Day 30

Off the Ruta Nacional 143 motorway, this laid-back downtown hotel is 1 km from El Museo Municipal Ferroviario ('railway museum') and 2 km from the Casa Bianchi winery.The straightforward rooms offer free Wi-Fi, cable TV and en suite bathrooms. They also have desks, minibars and safety deposit boxes, while some rooms add minifridges.
Cabanas Yakaira        
Ruta 173, km 13

In a rural setting off Highway 173 and a 4-minute walk from the banks of the Río Atuel, this laid-back cottage complex is 23 km from the town of San Rafael.Casual, simply furnished cottages feature kitchens, dining tables, and living rooms with pull-out sofas, as well as TVs, BBQ grills and covered parking.Amenities include 2 outdoor pools (1 for kids) and a solarium.
 
 
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San Rafael is a city in Argentina's semi-arid Mendoza province, which borders Chile across the Andes. Sycamore-lined streets converge on Plaza San Martín, edged by cafes and neo-Romantic Catedral San Rafael Arcángel. The Diamante River, which flows through the city, and the Atuel River to the south, offer whitewater rafting in summer. Renowned vineyards producing Malbecs and other red wines surround the city.