Hacienda Molinos is a mandatory stop on any tour round the Calchaquí Valleys.
This traditional hacienda, which dates back to the 18th century and was home to the last governor of Salta appointed by the King of Spain, has been refurbished to provide you with all comfort expected from a 21st century hotel, while preserving the essence and typical features of colonial times.
The patio shaded with the pepper tree, the thick walls made of adobe, the iron window bars and the ceilings made of carob tree and reed are some of the enchanting details the hotel offers, which mark its character and take our visitors on a journey to the past.
Molinos used to be part of the Inca Road and witnessed as such a blending of races, people, roots and senses. Nowadays, its streets romantically lit by lanterns silently narrate part of this history.
Molinos is a town with history. Experience yours at our Hacienda.