Alvear Palace Hotel, Buenos Aires

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When is best

Mar - May or Sep - Nov

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7 night

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London

13 hrs 45 mins

Buenos Aires

Holiday in Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires is a truly fascinating city of contrasts in South America to discover from the modern docks of Puerto Madero to the historic quarters of San Telmo. There is also a fantastic range of activities to discover whether you're exploring the wide European boulevards, experiencing life on the ranch or having tango lessons, is a dance synonymous with this incredible destination.

There is no shortage of fantastic sights to see in this city with a variety of neighbourhoods that are home to vibrantly decorated houses, restaurants and bars to discover. La Boca is an iconic city sight to discover where street artists have certainly left their mark on the city. This contrasts beautifully with upmarket Recoleta district with museums and grand palaces to discover. Finally historic San Telmo is home to charming 17th and 18th-century buildings that line the cobbled streets.

Dining here is an experience all of its own with a diverse range of nationalities influencing what's on offer. A destination that is heaven for meat eaters with high-quality beef and lamb from the Pampas to Patagonia. Finally, not forgetting the shopping from the funky boutiques to high-end shops and a highlight being the lively Sunday market on Defensa Street in San Telmo.

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Alvear Palace Hotel

Buenos Aires' first luxury hotel is still it's most desirable and this palatial beauty stands proudly in grandiose, tree-lined Recoleta, the city’s most elegant neighbourhood. The location is unbeatable for those wanting to soak up the culture, history and architecture of bygone Buenos Aires and the opulent rooms are unashamedly over-the-top in a signature style of gentrified chic.

Dining is legendary at the Alvear Palace too with the most lavish breakfasts in the city, afternoon tea served in the delightful atrium restaurant L’Orangerie, while in striking design contrast, dinner by
Relais & Châteaux master chef Jean Paul Bondoux is in the super-slick and modern La Bourgogne restaurant, located in the basement of the building.

White-gloved tailored butlers, born to serve, tend to your every whim and it’s rather like The Ritz in London with the soaring ceilings adorned with crystal chandeliers. Connoisseurs of luxury will also appreciate the 2016 top floor makeover that’s created a swanky pool, spa and rooftop bar with sweeping views over the city. It really is both a historical monument and a national treasure.

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