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Best areas in Buenos Aires for luxury hotels

Base yourself in Recoleta, and you’ll soon see why Buenos Aires is dubbed the “Paris of South America”. With its opulent architecture, beautifully landscaped parks, chic pavement cafés and lavish luxury hotels, it’s the very height of grand, European-style sophistication. You can rub shoulders with the rich and famous in Palermo, widely regarded as the city’s hippest neighborhood. Here, you can browse designer boutiques, sip cocktails in seductively sleek bars, and sleep in a quirky, upscale boutique hotel. Microcentreo, in the heart of downtown, also has an abundance of dazzling accommodation options.

Top luxury hotels in Buenos Aires

The Regal Pacific Buenos Aires is an intimate, centrally located luxury hotel, with stylish modern decor, a refreshing outdoor pool and an elegant restaurant serving upscale Argentinian cuisine. The Loi Suites Recoleta Hotel offers a gleaming fitness center, state-of-the-art business amenities, speedy room service and a lavish breakfast buffet to lure you out of bed each morning. The Panamericano Buenos Aires Hotel is super stylish, with a chic roof terrace, cozy lounge bar and decadent full-service spa, complete with rejuvenating sauna and tranquil treatment rooms.

Where to find the best fine dining in Buenos Aires

Puerto Madero, the vibrant docklands district, is home to some of the hottest destination eateries in town, including lavish waterfront Italian restaurants where you can tantalize your taste buds with fresh antipasti, before savoring elegant dishes like rare yellowfin tuna steak with homemade pesto. In trendy Palermo, you’ll find everything from minimalist restaurants serving innovative Asian fusion cuisine to romantic French bistros. In Recoleta you’ll find irresistible upscale versions of the classic Argentine steakhouse, where you can take your pick from the choicest cuts of local, grass-fed, melt-in-the-mouth beef.

The most unique things to do in Buenos Aires

Galerías Pacífico is Argentina’s most spectacular and unique luxury shopping destination. Housed in an elegant 19th-century Beaux Arts-style building, which boasts an exquisite central cupola adorned with breathtaking frescoes, the center was declared a national historic monument in 1989. Once you’ve marveled at the lavish interior, you can browse boutiques packed with high-end fashion by the world’s top designers. Argentina’s wine scene continues to go from strength to strength, and Buenos Aires is dotted with sleek tasting rooms, where you can sample the produce of local boutique wineries. For many visitors, the last word in self-indulgence is a night out at the Teatro Colón. Widely considered one of the world’s finest opera houses, its opulent interior and dazzling acoustics ensure that every performance here is an event to remember.

Best ways to get around Buenos Aires

Like the great European cities to which it’s often compared, Buenos Aires is in many ways best explored by foot, with plenty of leisurely coffee breaks. If you want to venture beyond the main sights of Downtown, metered taxis are easy to find, although unpredictable traffic means this may not always be the quickest option. The Subte metro network is an efficient alternative if you want to hop between several neighborhoods over the course of a day. For ultimate comfort and convenience, private cars are also available for hire across the city.

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