From the editors of Condé Nast Traveler:Perched on a steeply sloped lakeside lot a mile from Villa La Angostura's chinked-log cabins and gourmet food stores, the eight-room Luma overlooks some of the most compelling scenery in Nahuel Huapi National Park: lake waters of deepest azure, untouched forests of southern beech, and serried, snowcapped peaks. Within the handsome sandstone building are pleasantly sparse furnishings, iron radiators, pastel-shaded walls of distressed plaster, beams of rough-hewn cypress, and old-fashioned bathrooms with claw-foot tubs. The chatty, well-traveled staff give the place a lived-in feel. After preparing a generous breakfast of cherries, tartlets, and homemade scones, they send guests out to cast for trout, saddle up for a foray, or simply gaze at the Andean condors soaring overhead. Evenings are spent by the stone fireplace in the open sitting room or in the cozy, candlelit restaurant, where guests take afternoon tea or dine on locally caught shrimp or fish.2011 Hot List
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