The large and luxurious Four Seasons Hotel in the La Recoleta district is perfectly located for exploring the diverse cultural and historical attractions of Buenos Aires.

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All 116 rooms and 42 suites in the main hotel are stylish and warmly decorated, with dark mahogany furniture, leather detailing, l'Occitane bathroom goodies and cityscape views. In the belle époque 'La Mansion', situated in the landscaped gardens, seven individually designed suites provide top range luxurious lodgings with high ceilings and classically French decor. The Presidential suite is the most exclusive, with large marble bathrooms, a plush dining room, private balcony and dedicated butler.

The hotel has two gourmet restaurants allowing guests to choose their preferred cuisine and atmosphere for dining. The Elena, a double height, more formal institution, specialises in premium beef, fresh seafood and seasonal vegetables, while the Pony Line is styled as a polo lounge and serves tapas style dishes and cold options alongside cocktails and artisanal beers.

Within the decorative gardens is a heated Romanesque pool and sauna. There is also a state of the art health club, open 24/7, and spa treatments and massages on offer.

Situated near the bustling business district, the popular Patio Bullrich shopping centre and Recoleta cemetery are close by, as well as the San Isidro Jockey Club. Visitors can relax in the sunshine on the green Palermo spaces, or venture slightly further to famous La Boca neighbourhood and the Plaza de Mayo. A tango class is also a must when in Buenos Aires.

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Key Info

Number of rooms

158

Eco Rating

3

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