Buenos Aires Secret Boutique Gem

We’re huge fans of Argentina so when we came across a new boutique gem in the heart of Buenos Aires, we had to let our fine readers know.

 

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Palo Santo Hotel Pool

 

The Palo Santo Hotel, a contemporary gem, is a 26-room boutique hotel opened in the Palermo Hollywood district of Buenos Aires in October 2014 as Latin America’s first urban green hotel simultaneously featuring seamlessly intuitive personalized service, contemporary modern design, state-of-the-art technology and a rooftop terrace oasis with solarium, hot tub and pool. With vertical gardens and more than 900 plants covering facades, balconies, patios and the roof as well as several fountains streaming throughout the hotel – the largest being 20 meters high extending from the sixth floor to the lobby – Palo Santo Hotel is an architectural masterpiece designed by Mario Zito. Its green configuration features a metal structure throughout both facades in a grid-like fashion to sleekly guide the growth of vines, jasmine and trees, enveloping the property with enduring life and grace.

 

Buenos Aires Hotels

Palo Santo Outdoor Oasis

 

All rooms feature the best of contemporary modern style with lustrous materials and natural beauty woven throughout. For the ultimate indulgence, the Palo Santo Suite is a 700-square-foot oasis on the top floor with two private balconies with views of the stunning Palermo skyline (perfect for those looking for the ultimate privacy for a romantic getaway!). Open for dinner Tuesday through Saturday, Namida offers a contemporary Nikkei cuisine, combining Japanese techniques and dishes with typical ingredients and recipes from the Pacific including some of the best ceviches in town. The hotel offers selected wines from boutique vineyards and bodegas, and all hotel guests can enjoy a complimentary glass of Malbec during their stay.

Upon check-in, you’ll receive a digital restaurant guide created by the hotel with personal recommendations to the best restaurants throughout Palermo and Buenos Aires. In April 2017, the hotel added a sightseeing section to the digital guide with must-see cultural and architectural itineraries throughout the city. Additionally, the multilingual staff can arrange bicycles to tour around Palermo with the hotel’s newly instituted “borrow a bike” program (inaugurated on Earth Day 2017), car rentals, babysitter services and more.

So we want to know, in addition to getting your tango on, what are you waiting for?

From $127/night

http://www.palosantohotel.com

 

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