Sheraton Salta Hotel
Sheraton Club Lounge
Located on preferred floors, Sheraton Club guest rooms offer upgraded amenities, free bottled water, and complimentary fitness center access. Club guests also have special access to the Club Lounge. A relaxing, upscale space, the Club Lounge offers complimentary breakfast, afternoon hors d’oeuvres and a variety of beverage options. Take advantage of the private Club Lounge where you can connect with friends, meet with your team, or simply relax by catching your favorite TV show. Need to get some work done? A copier/fax/printer and complimentary office supplies are ready to go.
For non-US hotels, rates confirmed in USD may be converted to local currency by the hotel at your time of stay, based on the exchange rate used by the hotel and are subject to exchange rate fluctuations. Credit card charges are subject to additional currency conversions by banks or credit card companies, which are not within the hotel's control and may impact the amount charged to your credit card. Please contact the hotel if you have any questions.
Swimming Pool Closure Through January 15, 2015.
Through January 15, 2015, the outdoor swimming pool will be closed for renovations. As an alternative, a pool located five minutes from the hotel is available for use at no additional cost. The hotel spa and fitness center will remain open and fully available during this time.
Alcoholic beverage service is restricted to those 18 years or older (with valid identification).
Check Cashing Policy
Personal checks are not accepted. Travelers checks are accepted, with valid identification. Other conditions may apply.
Family Plan Policy
Up to two children 12 and under sleep free in existing room bedding. Rollaways and child rollaways may incur extra charges.
Dogs up to 40 pounds are allowed. A non-refundable deposit of 50 USD will be charged.
American, Canadian, and Australian passport holders are required to pay a reciprocity fee online with a credit card before arriving in Argentina. Please contact the Argentine Embassy or Consulate in your country before traveling.