Nature and history in equal parts
Estancia La Paz is a hotel. A countryside neighborhood. A golf course. Two polo fields. A lake. Forest and woodland. A park designed by the French landscape architect Charles Thays and the legacy of the two-time President of Argentina, Julio Roca.Download brochure
The ideal setting for building a home consists of plots ranging from 6,000 to 12,000 m2 that respect the topography of the area and blend the countryside experience with a generous dose of modern comfort.
Depending on the location of each house, the views extend to the golf course, the polo fields, the Ascochinga River, or the historic Thays Park.
The park dates back to 1901 when the French landscape architect Charles Thays was commissioned to design this 100-hectare space, including an artificial lake. Currently, the park covers 24 hectares and, along with the tree-lined areas, is one of the main features of the estate.
In La Paz, there is always the possibility of spending long sunny afternoons by the river. A short distance from the hotel is Pozo Roca, an access point to the Ascochinga River, where you can enjoy the 7 km of river that surrounds the estate.
La Paz Hotel
From the 19th-century historic estate that belonged to Argentina's two-time President, Julio Argentino Roca, and the incredible park designed by Charles Thays in 1900, to the 1830 restaurant, the artificial lake, the 20 rooms, and the infinite embrace of the mountains.
A hotel where harmony shines can only bring you well-being and happiness.
The Home of a Nation
In its early days, these lands were known as 'Corral de Piedra,' inhabited by the indigenous people of the Sanavirón tribe. They were later donated to the novitiate of the College of the Society of Jesus to be incorporated into the Santa Catalina Estate. It was renamed Estancia La Paz in honor of the peace pact between Buenos Aires and the Argentine Confederation. Throughout history, it has been the site of significant moments and reached its zenith when it became the summer residence of Julio A. Roca, the former President of the nation.
The former president modernized the estate with a neoclassical Italian style and commissioned the French landscape architect Charles Thays to design the 100-hectare park with its artificial lake. During his terms in office, he governed the country from La Paz, which was visited during that period by iconic figures such as Avellaneda, Mitre, Sarmiento, Pellegrini, and Figueroa Alcorta.
The Historic Center houses Estancia La Paz Hotel's most elegant gastronomic proposal. The menu combines techniques from the most modern cuisine with typically Argentine flavors. It is updated seasonally, as the prevailing concept is to work with fresh products. We also have a 'Rincón Criollo' (Creole Corner) by the lake, where our diners can savor various cuts of Argentine beef cooked over an open flame.
If everything that grew here flourished thanks to its own identity, the most logical thing was to develop a garden that would supply the entire estate's ecosystem with fresh and native seasonal produce.
We love being witnesses to celebrations and corporate events. Estancia La Paz has an event space in the heart of the park with a capacity for over 400 people. The Polo Club also allows you to enjoy celebrations overlooking the polo fields with a view of the Sierras Chicas de Córdoba.
18 holes in the midst of an eclectic and unique geography.
Designed and built by Bunge Golf, the course features 18 holes, Par 72, and 2,360 yards. Thus, it offers alternatives for less experienced players while demanding greater skills for those seeking challenges.
As you navigate the golf course holes, you'll enjoy a journey through Centennial Park, the course of the Ascochinga River, and the valleys, hills, and irrigation ditches that preserve the imprint of the Sierras Chicas.
Both Estancia La Paz and the town of Ascochinga have a long tradition of love and equestrian vocation.
Currently, Polo enthusiasts from around the world come to La Paz to enjoy the two Tifway polo fields, a riding track, personalized lessons, and the equestrian area with stables.
Estancia La Paz is located 8 minutes away from Jesús María and Ascochinga, 45 minutes from the airport, and 60 minutes from downtown Córdoba via the highway.
Estancia La Paz borders the iconic Camino Real de Córdoba, a legendary road with more than three centuries of history. This means that every stroll allows you to explore historical paths, surrounded by estates and Jesuit churches.