Four Seasons Hotel Buenos Aires

Argentina, Central and South America

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    This Buenos Aires highlight has Tango in the air

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    This Buenos Aires highlight has Tango in the air

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    This Buenos Aires highlight has Tango in the air

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    This Buenos Aires highlight has Tango in the air

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    This Buenos Aires highlight has Tango in the air

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    This Buenos Aires highlight has Tango in the air

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    This Buenos Aires highlight has Tango in the air

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    This Buenos Aires highlight has Tango in the air

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    This Buenos Aires highlight has Tango in the air

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    This Buenos Aires highlight has Tango in the air

Why we choose Four Seasons Hotel Buenos Aires

Exquisite mansion brings a quiet reprieve to the drama of vibrant Buenos Aires

  • The Mansion’s French inspired country décor adds a touch of romance
  • Complimentary library and refreshments in the tower for preferred rooms and suites
  • Outdoor heated Roman styled swimming pool

A gracious Belle Epoque mansion exudes grandeur and elegance while the modern tower alongside offers a recently renovated contemporary space. For romance and nostalgia try the Mansion suites, with pale marble bathrooms and toile de jouy bedrooms. For warm woods, soft leather and great views across the busy streets of Buenos Aires plump for a room in the tower.

In the tower, the newly unveiled lobby is modern, glamorous and a great place to meet friends. Here you’ll also find the hotel’s main restaurant, set around a two-story courtyard and offers classic Argentinean cuisine, and the heated rooftop pool—the only one of its kind in the city.

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What you need to know about the hotel

Surrounded by an energetic city, this hotel in the neighborhood of Recoleta, offers a quieter pace

  • The tower accommodation offers a slightly more contemporary feel
  • Elena, the hotel’s restaurant, wows with super stylish décor and a revealing view of the kitchen
  • The Spa’s signature massage takes its beat from the Tango

The Four Seasons Buenos Aires has just come through a massive renovation project and is looking exceptionally stylish. The elegant mansion retains its Evita-era glamour with delicate pastels and Belle Epoque features, while the modern tower is slick and contemporary. The new restaurants and bars have showstopping black and white tiled floors and lots of warm woods and soft lighting. The lobby is a stunning glamorous space, ideal for meeting and greeting.

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Where is it and what's nearby

In the neighborhood of Recoleta, you’re in the beating heart of Buenos Aires

  • A fanatical soccer city, here you’ll find a stadium and museum paying homage to legends like Diego Maradona
  • The hotel’s limo service will whisk you around the city’s hotspots in style

Buzzy Recoleta district has everything you’d want right on the hotel doorstep, but there’s a vast capital city around you. Check out fashionable shopping district Patio Bullrich, enjoy the great green space of Palermo, and literature lovers will want to visit the Jorge Luis Borges Cultural Center.

Nearby San Antonio de Areco neighborhood strives to keep the gaucho style alive. Enjoy the step back in time, and try some of traditional pastries—alfajores—while you’re there.

Talking of tradition. Don’t leave without experiencing the passion of the Tango.

How to enjoy Argentina

What do you get if you mix Latin passion with European elegance, the only community outside Wales that speaks Welsh and a national love of soccer (futbolpasion) that is elevated to quite dizzying heights? Argentina, of course

  • For the ultimate Argentine experience, savor a melt-in-the-mouth steak dinner before catching a Boca Juniors home game
  • Perhaps understandably for a nation known for its beef, leather goods are exquisite here; treat yourself to a bag or new shoes
  • From Buenos Aires, take a boat across the world’s widest river to explore one of South America’s other iconic capitals, Uruguay’s Montevideo

The largest of the world’s Spanish-speaking countries, Argentina encompasses more than 1 million square miles of natural wonder and Latin passion. To the North there is the thunderously awe-inspiring Iguassu falls. To the South, Patagonia’s stunning Perito Moreno Glacier rumbles and cracks as huge chunks crumble into the water. To the West are the impassive Andes, reaching a peak of more than 20,000 ft near Mendoza and San Juan.

Argentina’s capital, Buenos Aires, also captures the passion and intensity of the nation’s stunning landscape. This is perhaps best witnessed in one of the city’s most famous exports; tango. Sultry, steamy, this dance of passion is not confined to professionals but practised by locals of all ages throughout the city’s dancehalls, known locally as milongas.

 

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    When to visit Argentina

    Visit in August to experience the Buenos Aires Tango Festival or in November and December for the Palermo Open Polo Tournament.

  • A word from the hotel

    We usually recommend guests visit San Antonio de Areco, a delightful local neighborhood that hasn’t changed in years honoring the gaucho tradition.
    Sandra Ferrarese, Concierge

  • A word from the hotel

    While you’re here, try the very best: juicy, tender, flavorful Argentinean beef, dry aged for 40 days. It’s an explosion in your mouth.
    Juan Gaffuri, Executive Chef

  • Awards and accolades

    The Spa at the Four Seasons Hotel, Buenos Aires was voted a Crystal Award winner, a privilege reserved for the very best Spa in the country, in the 2012 Spafinder Readers’ Choice Awards.

  • Awards and accolades

    Four Seasons Hotel Buenos Aires features in Condé Nast Traveler’s Platinum Circle. This honor is awarded to hotels which have been on the Gold List for five years running.

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