Palacio Duhau - Park Hyatt Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires, Argentina

Lording over the posh Recoleta district, the Palacio Duhau Buenos Aires is a regal institution with a storied history and thoroughly modern amenities. Listed as a National Historic Monument, the original 1934 building was constructed as a palace by government minister Luis Duhau. Inspired by travels in France, the grand building draws upon the classic Louis XVI style favoured by European aristocrats. Many of the hotel’s 165 rooms and suites still feature ornate touches like silk curtains, crystal chandeliers and intricate rugs. Butler service and marble bathrooms round out the royal experience. Adjacent to the majestic lawns, the property also features a modern tower featuring a contemporary style and lots of creams and beiges. The grounds brim over with the trappings of luxury: a florist, the city’s premier spa AHÍN, an art gallery, regal gardens and an 83 metre saltwater pool are all available to guests. Furthermore, the Oak Bar is a Buenos Aires institution, drawing the local elite and refined travellers for martinis to the welcoming fireplace and leather wingback chairs. Afternoon tea at Los Salones del Piano Nobile is a scene unto itself and Duhau Restaurant and Vintoeca is a popular destination for Argentine traditional cuisine.

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Avenida Alvear 1661, Recoleta, Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires, C1014AAD