Sofitel Buenos Aires
Imbued with historic details, this grand hotel mixes past and present with business and pleasure.
When the building that houses the Sofitel opened in 1929, it was the tallest in Argentina. Today its beautiful preserved architectural features serve as a dramatic backdrop for interiors by famed designer Pierre-Yves Rochon. With lavish hints of Art Deco style, the 144 guest rooms, 28 suites and one apartment showcase exclusive details done in Argentine leather and Boticcino marble. Suites are on the higher floors, and along with terrific city views they offer Nespresso coffee makers, HP wireless printers and in-room exercise kits.
Dining hits high notes at Le Sud, where the menu blends classic French dishes with distinctive seasonal produce. Cozy La Bibliotheque is the prefect spot to savor a flight of Argentine wine. The house spa offers a Hamman, indoor pool, fitness center and massage services. Meeting and event space is not large, but what this hotel lacks in mega-conference facilities, it makes up for in elegance; it's a top spot for sophisticated board meetings and executive retreats.
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