The place, the service, the history, the food, the wines are excellent. Luxury is not even a plus in these type of historic resorts but in 2022 some basics can spoil the best potential experience: Water pressure, water temperature, water availability at all at some times….I assume the problem is not easy to fix and would require more than maintenance but…a Ferrari without gasoline is still a piece of metal.
This is a beautiful historical setting converted to a wonderful tiny hotel with a great restaurant. The staff could not have been any more pleasant and helpful. The nightly wine tastings were a great addition to the overall experience.
This is supposed to be a well known place. They have a good restaurant and free wine tasting. However, my room was leaking, smelled of mildew, furniture in bad shape, broken, only 2 outlets for charging phone and tablett. Had to ask 2 times for the uron.
We wanted a table outside, so we were talking to the waitress, but suddenly another couple came and she went with them, and gave them a table outside, where I asked her to give us one. She left me talking by myself, and when she finished attending the other couple she came back with us and told us that the other couple was vip, and we weren’t. That’s unfair and unexpectedly sad. Very bad attendance.
We were looking for options on a Monday night and Club Tapiz was one of the few bodegas open. We hadn't heard of it before so we didn't have high hopes but when we arrived we were greeted warmly by the somelier who poured us a delicious glass of wine as we walked around the beautiful property. The roasted leak we ordered was delicious and the ojo de bife was cooked to perfection. Highly recommended on any night of the week :)
Although the Club Tapiz is not a luxury establishment I can only speak well about the people that served us during our stay. They were always willing to accommodate us. I complained about the pillows being uncomfortable and immediately they replaced them for more comfortable ones. Always with a smile and a kind word. The food was simple but absolutely delicious and it paired very well with the incredible wines. I would suggest the owners to upgrade the beds. Perhaps we are used to bigger beds, but when you are traveling a good nights rest is very important.
Really pretty and welcoming hotel. Rooms are a good size with quiet air conditioning u it’s. Good bathrooms. Swimming pool is cared for and a decent depth with sun loungers and umbrellas for shade. Beautifully cared for. Restaurant on site is very good, small menu choice but all good. Breakfast was ample. It all tasted home cooked and veg etc is from the garden on site. Wine tasting each night and a trip to their own winery is worth it and included in your stay. Fell in love with their Torrentes. Staff are so helpful and pleasant, highly recommend. It can be difficult to find on a sat nav so use the coordinates if you get stuck,
Club Tapiz is ahotel set round three sides of a lawned coutyard, Our room was comfortable enough but neede some tender loving care, The ding room is well set out but we found the dinner menu somewhat unusual but after trying things out we found the food to be delicious as were the breakfasts. The hotel is a half an hour taxi drive from the town of Mendoza which we were not aware of, However the staff gave us a map ordered a taxi for us, even giving us a card to givr to thr driver on our return as he didn't speak any English. The hotel is on a vineyard and the malbec produced there was so good (better than some we tasted on our wine tour) that we bought some home with us.
If I could give our lovely lunch more than 5 stars I would. From start to finish with all the wine pairings, food and beautiful service this was a most memorable lunch. In the heat of December this is a most welcoming setting Oasis.
We spent three days at club Tapiz after a busy time touring Chile and we were ready for a rest. We were quite isolated, in the middle of vineyards, but this didn't matter because the restaurant was excellent and the wine on offer superb. Every evening we enjoyed Alejandro's winetasting , introducing us to 2 different types of wine and enabling us to get to know the other guests, before we wandered into the restaurant to enjoy the wonderful, reasonably priced cuisine. The service at club Tapiz was excellent, the facilities: jacuzzi and outdoor pool great. As a birdwatcher I was fascinated by the nesting monk parakeets and ovenbirds. It is true that this hotel might not be ideal in bad weather, but in the sunshine it was a wonderful experience.