La Comarca Hotel, in the heart of the beautifully preserved colonial town of Purmamarca, enjoys a setting backdropped by the richly layered colors of the rocky hills above. The colors are echoed in the rooms' decor, which features local handcrafts and paintings and is complemented by richly polished wood floors and heavy stucco walls. Local materials, such as cactus wood, stone, hand-lipped wool, reed and clay are also incorporated into the hotel's contemporary, uncluttered style, yet paying homage to its Andean heritage. Terraced twin rooms, casas and cabanas surround a central courtyard, recreating the feel of a typical Andean hamlet. A clear stream runs through the central square while a roof terrace and veranda are strategically located to survey the entire valley and hills, capitalizing on morning sunshine to enjoy breakfast by, or a cup of afternoon tea as you watch condors soar overhead—and nighttime stargazing is unsurpassed. A bar and restaurant on the premises offer typical northern Argentinian dishes, influenced by centuries of Andean culture and cuisine. The hotel also has a pool, gym and spa for guests' enjoyment.