Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires has been coined the "Paris of South America." European-style colonial architecture, exceptional restaurants, designer shopping and a sexy tango culture fill this cosmopolitan town.

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Alvear Palace Hotel

Alvear Palace Hotel

The posh hotel caters to a well-heeled clientele, with rooms and suites featuring marble bathrooms, stunning antiques and views of the chic Recoleta neighborhood's leafy parks and squares.

Avenida Alvear 1891, Recoleta, Buenos Aires

 
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Cementerio de la Recoleta

This necropolis is filled with awe-inspiring marble, granite and bronze tombs and creepy crypts, and houses the remains of Argentine luminaries including Eva Peron, as well as generals and presidents.

Calle Junín 1790, Recoleta, Buenos Aires

 
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Explore Palermo

This is Buenos Aires's hottest neighborhood at the moment. Discover botanical and Japanese gardens, sprawling parks, hip clothing boutiques and ultra-trendy restaurants, bars and clubs.

Palermo, Buenos Aires

 
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Five Cool Rooms

A stylish boutique hotel in the heart of the city's hippest neighborhood, Palermo Soho is a 17-room haven with a rooftop asado (grill) and Jacuzzi offering epic city views. Enjoy an outdoor garden space and breakfast on the rooftop terrace.

Honduras 4742, Palermo Soho, Buenos Aires

 
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Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts

Four Seasons Buenos Aires

An extensive $49 million-dollar renovation has secured the Four Seasons' reputation as Buenos Aires's sleekest accommodation. The hotel highlights include rooms and suites in both a modern tower and stunning Belle Epoque mansion.

Posadas 1086, Recoleta, Buenos Aires

 
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Home Hotel

Home Hotel

Scandinavian minimalist design meets a funky 1960s-retro vibe at this ultra-modern hotel. Its popular bar is where DJs spin for preening crowds splayed out in pod chairs while sipping vodka cocktails.

Honduras 5860, Palermo Viejo, Buenos Aires

 
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Il Ballo del Mattone

Many would argue Il Ballo dishes out the best Italian meals in the city, but what really draws the crowds to this local hot spot is its edgy, pre-party atmosphere and handmade pastas, like fusilli.

Gorriti 5737, Palermo Hollywood, Buenos Aires

 
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La Esperanza de los Ascurra

Join the young, hipster porteños, who have already discovered this stylish vermouth and tapas bar. Try mouthwatering small plates like creamy burrata, potato-packed tortillas and tangy boquerones.

Aguirre 526, Villa Crespo

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