Beyond the Boroughs — March 7, 2014 at 10:50 am

Buenos Aires Oasis at Four Seasons Hotel



Tango down to Buenos Aires and relax like royalty at the newly renovated Four Season Hotel Buenos Aires. The rich vibrant history and modern day luxuries await visitors as they check in to their rooms in the historical La Mansión, which includes seven one-of-a-kind suites, offering opportunities to experience the city’s history firsthand.

Walking through the doors of La Mansión, visitors will notice the old world charm, but don’t be fooled, the amenities are geared towards the modern jetsetter. After a $49 million renovation, the hotel unveiled new restaurants including, Elena Restaurant and Pony Line Bar, but their biggest surprise is the opening of Nuestro Secreto. Translated to “our secret” this rooftop garden oasis is a glass-lined, indoor-outdoor venue that invites guests to open fire barbecues. Have a glass of Malbec wine and sit back and enjoy the greenery while seeing what makes Buenos Aires the city to visit in South America. Filled with a variety of salads, meats and seafood, the menu is printed on newsprint to emulate the tradition of reading the Sunday paper.

While staying at the Four Seasons Hotel, guests can have their own spa day and enjoy the newly renovated CIELO spa. The striking white, bright lights and rosewood marble floors welcome the visitors as they get pampered with facials, beauty treatments, hair styling and their signature massages. CIELO is also one of the most exclusive and modern fitness centers in Buenos Aires. Filled with state-of-the-art equipment and cutting edge technology, the center has views of the garden, pool and La Mansion.  

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Discover what makes Buenos Aires one of the biggest travel destinations in South America. The Four Seasons Hotel embraces the Argentinean culture, and before visitors leave they will have a newfound love for the tango, the country’s iconic Malbec wine, and outstanding culinary delights.

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