Destination Guide

Buenos Aires

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Buenos Aires is on everyone’s must-visit list these days—and for good reason. Argentina’s capital is experiencing an exceptionally dynamic period, enticing travelers from around the globe with exquisite cuisine inspired by gaucho culture, sultry tango bars and its fascinating political and artistic history.


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Exterior View - Four Seasons Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Four Seasons Buenos Aires

While the Four Seasons’ main building and mixed-style lounge decor are less dramatic than some of the city’s more stylish properties, the hotel’s mansion, a magnificent Louis XIII–style edifice built in 1916, houses beautiful and traditional suites well-suited to high-rollers, heads of state and celebrities. The adjacent contemporary tower, which is somewhat charmless, contains the other  158 rooms and suites, all spacious and recently refurbished in a neutral color palette.  The mansion view rooms are preferable over the city view as these unfortunately look over a highway.

The Cielo spa, which offers all-natural treatments, ranks among the city’s best, and the restaurant Elena and Pony Line Bar are chic destinations for well-heeled locals as well as guests. In summer the hotel now offers traditional asados, or Argentine open-fire barbecues, on a rooftop garden. Perhaps the biggest draw is the heated outdoor pool, located in the garden. Although it’s not large, it’s an appealing amenity to families and a wonderful place to take an afternoon break from touring during the summer months, from November through March.

Bedroom Suite at Palacio Duhau Park Hyatt, Buenos Aires, Argentina - Photo Courtsey : Park Hyatt

Palacio Duhau Park Hyatt

Though the palace side of the hotel, which faces Avenida Alvear, is a restored mansion built in 1934, the newly constructed adjoining building (where nearly all of the 165 rooms and suites are located) features a majestic lobby awash in Bordeaux leather and travertine marble and a soaring ceiling. The gentleman’s club–style Oak Bar (a favorite aperitivo and nightcap spot of well-heeled locals), Vinoteca wine bar and cheese room and the expansive gardens have a classical feel, yet Park Hyatt’s cool brand of minimalism kicks in at its impressive underground art gallery and exhibition area, 8,000-square-foot spa and fitness studio (with an eighty-two-foot indoor swimming pool), and within many of the rooms and suites. And while the twenty-three guest rooms of the palace boast Persian carpets, silk curtains and antique crystal chandeliers, those in the modern tower have a minimalist, Asian-inspired ambiance.

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