The Aristarain family, owners of the place, were originally from Buenos Aires. In love with Mendoza because of the beautiful scenery, the comfortable weather, and the affable and hard-working temperament of its people, the family settled in Chacras de Coria almost three decades ago after a long stay in France. Passionate about gardening, they worked hard to transform the original terrain into the dream site to build their home, and by the end of 2005 they created Casa Glebinias. Since then, along with architect and friend Octavio Vitali, join their skills, personal tastes and lifestyles (María Gracia, art historian; Alberto, scientist on climate and environment now retired ; Martín, economist; Gabriel, winemaker; Florencia, illustrator.) to give the place an own and different character, deserver of significant distinctions arising from the user. In addition to the charm of the place, the guests feel welcome and sure that they can count on the hosts at all times.
The original art works and the wide windows facing the garden, produce a peaceful environment in harmony with the landscape surroundings. Comfort is guaranteed with all the necessary technical amenities. It is possible to perceive a sense of belonging and respect for nature in the spaces which flow harmoniously from interior to exterior. The recycling of ancient doors, windows and grilles give the architectural design the charm of old world. The owners take care to minimize the use of polluting elements and enjoy recycling materials such as furniture constructed from dead trees collected on the property and the irrigation through the typical system of channels ("acequias"). Additionally, no plants were removed when the recent accommodations of the hotel were built. This explains the particular design of the lodgings which give Casa Glebinias part of its charm. Even, the park was conceived as a celebration of nature and a symbolic contribution of "afforestation" carried out in order to mitigate the effect of atmospheric carbon pollutant. Some friendly domestic animals complete the scene.