Kkala” Boutique Hotel is located at the foot of a hill, in the quiet residential area of “Tres Cerritos” (Three Little Hills) of the city of Salta.
Kkala is built in a place that combines comfort, refinement and style. Wood and stone are some of the materials used, decorated with linen and velvet and a great selection of local crafts, producing a sophisticated cozy environment.
Indoors, you may enjoy of the chimney while reading a book from the well supplied bookshelves. Outdoors, there is a beautiful garden with a wall fountain and a swimming pool with a wide deck. These amenities will make of your stay a relaxing and distended experience.
Each of the six rooms and its bathrooms has a distinctive characteristic, a mixture of urban modernity and antique tradition. The attention paid to each detail provides the place with balance and warmth.
The morning starts with a delicious breakfast, filled with scents and flavours, that can be enjoyed in the pleasant dining area opened to a spectacular view of the city and the surrounding hills. Every element is carefully sited, making of “Kkala” Boutique Hotel an extraordinary exclusive place in the city of Salta.
Some of the hotel facilities are: a room for physical disabled persons, car park and crafts shop. All rooms have king or twin beds dressed in 300 thread count cotton sheets, mini bar, air conditioning, international and local telephone lines, internet access, LCD TV, coffer. They all have fully equipped private bathrooms with a yacuzzi in some of them, bathrobes and sleepers. Our services include bilingual personnel, room-service and airport transfer. Fresh flower bouquets perfume the place providing a touch of uniqueness.
A special elaborated menu is prepared at request of the guest, who can enjoy of a “parrillada” (grilled meat), as well as of a good meal prepared in the “horno de barro” (adobe oven), both typically argentine. A cheeseboard, tamales, humitas, empanadas are some of the specialties of the “high-altitude” food which the guest may try and enjoy in the “salteña” way.