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Fierro Hotel

Fierro Hotel

A sleek boutique retreat


The Fierro Hotel offers a top stay in the Palermo Hollywood neighbourhood. Reds and blacks accentuate “the hotel for the gourmand,” where rooms are spacious and the staff attentive.

Do not miss the chance to dine on-site at Hernán Gipponi, one of the best restaurants in the city, which is also where lodgers start their day with the most scrumptious included breakfast in the city. Pack a bathing suit: the heated rooftop pool can be enjoyed throughout the year. 

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Four Seasons Hotel Buenos Aires

Four Seasons Hotel Buenos Aires

French grandiosity amidst Recoleta


Located around the block from the French embassy in the Recoleta neighbourhood, this Four Seasons outpost offers the brand's superior amenities, comforts and star service.

The exterior of the main tower is classically simple, while around the block nestled in the compound is 'La Mansión', a French-style mansion built in the early 1900s and now divvied into a handful of suites and event spaces. The hotel’s restaurant is also a standout.

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Home Hotel

Home Hotel

A rockstar Hollywood hideaway


Enter description hereThis boutique property in Palermo Hollywood comprises what are undoubtedly some of the coolest digs in Buenos Aires, much owing to the rockstar owners behind it: the Irish-Argentine Patricia O’Shea and her British hubby, former DJ and music producer Tom Rixton.

The common space out in the backyard includes a bar and in-ground heated pool, and in-the-know non-guests often stop by for drinks and to hang. The rooms are contemporary in design, but bright and comfortable.

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Magnolia Hotel Boutique

Magnolia Hotel Boutique

A veritable home from home


This hotel feels like home down to the ground floor den containing oversized leather couches for relaxing. The building, located in a quieter section of the Palermo environs, is actually an 1890s home in which the central fixture is the wooden, wrapped staircase capped directly above with a stained glass skylight.

The boutique hotel is owned by an Argentine history professor and succeeds in providing comfort and kind service. Guests rave about the homemade breakfast of yogurts, baked goods and spreads.

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Racó de Buenos Aires

Racó de Buenos Aires

A working-class barrio gem


Outside boutique-heavy Palermo, Racó de Buenos Aires is situated in the working-class barrio of Almagro. The unexpected location puts it closer to favourite sightseeing attractions in the city centre, while still near top restaurants and nightlife.

This former mini-mansion from the turn of the 20th century boasts preserved original elements like beams and decorative glass, and all rooms open to a central courtyard for lounging and taking breakfast. Service is amicable and the soundproofed rooms are both cheery and relaxing.

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