This complex is formed by three buildings (Ángel Bustelo Auditorium, Central Building and Enoteca), and each of them belongs to different architecture generations. Its building characteristics allow it to adapt to multiple purposes, from exclusive meetings to massive conventions.
Located in the Civic Park, it is prepared to hold all kinds of congresses and conventions. There are outer areas suitable for open-air activities. Besides, there are wheelchair ramps for people with disabilities and private parking. Wide gardens surrounding the complex bring not only light and color, but also an important added value allowing it to stall stretchable structures of more than 2,500 m2.


It is a multipurpose room that has a capacity of 2,000 seats. There are central air conditioning and heating systems, rest rooms and amenities. The room has fitted carpet with a free space of 1,500 m2 (16,145.8 ft2), 33 m (108.26 ft) in width and 50 m (164.01 ft) in depth and a usable airspace of 8 m (26.24 ft) high. It also has an acoustic curtain that allows the room to be divided in two for different simultaneous activities.
It is equipped with the latest technology in audio and video illumination, teleconferences, recording and simultaneous interpretation systems. As it has an important entrance lobby made of glass facing the Civic Park, this is the ideal place for accreditations, coffee breaks and promotions.


There are eight rooms that can be used simultaneously in three floors, with a capacity of 100 to 600 seats. Every floor has air conditioning, heating system, rest rooms, cleaning service and a list of service providers for all kinds of areas. There are also open spaces in every floor for accreditations and receptions. The central hall is located on the ground floor and has 600 m2 (6,458.34 ft2) for expositions or workshops. Its buffet restaurant for 250 diners has a module system that allows its capacity to increase considerably.


As a former model winery from 1900 it was declared as a Mendocinian Historic and Cultural Heritage. It is used as a multipurpose area for art expositions and presentations, talking concerts and other historic and cultural activities. It gives the perfect frame for wine tastings and guided wine tasting classes.
There are two rooms and two equipped cellars, each of them has air conditioning, heating system and illumination according to its architecture. Its history can be appreciated due to huge oak barrels and antique machinery that belonged to the model winery.


The Intercontinental hotel is next to Mendoza Plaza Shopping, the biggest shopping center of the city. It is located 750 m from the Humberto Notti Pediatric Hospital, 4 km from the Bus Station and 10 km from “El Plumerillo”, Francisco Gabrielli International Airport.
The hotel offers a big covered swimming pool, free wi-fi and rooms with air conditioning as well as views of the mountains and the Mendoza city. Rooms have luxury furniture, 32’’ LCD TV, working area with a desk and ergonomic chair, minibar, and a strongbox. Some of them also have whirlpool baths.
The building has a spa with massage, sauna and hydro massages services. There are also several bars and restaurants that offer a combination of Mediterranean cuisine, regional flavors and Argentine meat.


Located in the heart of the Central Park of Mendoza, this place is a new concept for the organization of cultural events after an old train shed, based on España Av. and Maza St., was given value and was remodeled and specially prepared for holding events.
It is a multipurpose venue with the ideal characteristics for the organization of interdisciplinary, cultural activities allowing it to hold different events at the same time. The integration of new artistic languages is also possible in this place.
The project kept and recovered the original industrial architecture, and included the needed technology to create a comfortable, functional and aesthetic combination of features in this building that has three fully equipped rooms inside.

Web: https://www.ciudaddemendoza.gov.ar/2017/04/10/nave-cultural/


Tonenes was founded in 1922 by the Armando family, after their immigrant dream. The winery was built with a classic air, elegance and a subtle charm of the belle époque, characterized by art nouveau details and ornaments that provide great beauty and personality to the building.
Although the winery was first called Armando Hermanos, (Armando Brothers), it was acquiesced in the popular name of “Bodega Los Toneles” (Tuns Winery) due to the impact created by their huge French oak barrel used for ageing their beloved wines.
Eighty years after that, in 2002, the winery was acquired by the Millán family who rescued the old spirit of it. They also added modern technology and architectural details in order to revive its glory memories.
This majestic building, declared Cultural Heritage of Mendoza in 2008, combines historic concrete tanks with modern stainless steel tanks and hundreds of barrels where the winery’s great wines are aged.
Between its warm walls and tall ceilings a heartbeat of time can be heard, together with the hard work, dedication and passion from those who celebrate life involved in wine.
Web: http://bodegalostoneles.com/


There are 34 renovated rooms, wide living rooms with fireplace and spacious decks that can be enjoyed all year long. The old building, original from 1942, as well as the place in which it is located are traditional symbols of the province. Its modernity was given by furniture, that in contrast with the hotel’s historic architecture create unique environments.
The proximity with the Potrerillos Dyke and the Andes Mountain Range allow visitors to experiment nature closely. Argentine and Mendocinian regional cuisines are highlighted in its gourmet restaurant. And for those who are fond of adventure there is rafting, kayaking, horseback riding and canopying nearby.

Web: http://granhotelpotrerillos.com/