Argentina hotels Archive

An Updated Review Of Faena Hotel in Buenos Aires

Here at Luxury Latin America, we don’t just post a hotel review and then forget about it. When it has been a few years and the place has gone through some changes, we like to give it another spin and see how things look now. Our latest update in Buenos Aires (following the Four Seasons [&hellip

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Algodon Wine & Golf Estate near San Rafael, Argentina

When most people think of Mendoza, Argentina, they think of the city itself and the surrounding vineyards. Mendoza is actually the name of the whole province too, however, and it’s a very large one. The grape clusters spread far beyond the capital and to San Rafael, 240 kilometers away. There you’ll find Algodon Wine Estate [&hellip

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Sofitel and Four Seasons in Buenos Aires

Along with adding reviews of new and notable boutique hotels in Buenos Aires, we’ve been working on some updates as well. I liked what I saw when I visited the elegant Sofitel in Buenos Aires several years ago, but wasn’t convinced it was in the same company as the other luxury hotels we’ve included in [&hellip

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Two Great Boutique Hotels in Buenos Aires

It seems like every month or two we get a press release about some new Buenos Aires boutique hotel that has been featured in a magazine’s “hot list” or “it list” some other accolade of trendiness. Very few of these hotels are as good in practice as they are through a magazine photographer’s eyes. I’m [&hellip

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New Algodon Mansion Hotel in Buenos Aires

It’s been a while since a notable new luxury hotel opened in Buenos Aires, Argentina, but now we have one to talk about: Algodon Mansion. Apparently the Recoleta neighborhood is still the place to be if you want to attract guests with money as this one is set up there as well. This converted 1912 [&hellip

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The Best Wine Lodges Around Mendoza

One thing magazine editors love to do is highlight some concept that’s been around for years and act like it’s a new trend they just discovered. Thus this May article in National Geographic Traveler about wine lodges in Mendoza, Argentina: Bodegas Open Their Doors. After years of studying Spanish, I have found this word “bodega” [&hellip

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