This handsome, historic landmark resides in the buzzy Recoleta "French heritage" district.
In a palatial, French Colonial building that dates back to the 1930s, the Palacio Duhau - Park Hyatt Buenos Aires makes quite a first impression. Beyond the striking façade, the elegant lobby and common spaces boast subtle Belle Époque flair. A location in the city’s upscale Recoleta district puts shopping, dining, nightlife and culture in easy reach; complementing its surroundings, the hotel maintains its own gallery populated with works by Latin American artists.
Contemporary guest rooms and suites offer a generous array of creature comforts, such as butler service, marble-finished bathrooms with bidets, cushy beds dressed in luxury linens, and expansive views of the gardens and Buenos Aires below. Guests can spoil themselves with a massage, facial or body treatment at the on-site Ahín Wellness Spa. Equally indulgent is the hotel's dining scene. Duhau Restaurante and Vinoteca specializes in classic Argentine grilled meats, and the Vinoteca not only serves an extensive selection of wine, it has a cheese room overseen by a dedicated Maître Fromager. For more casual Italian fare, there is Gioia Restaurant and Terraces, and the Oak Room, whose carved walls come from a 17th-century French castle, provides a private setting for quiet drinks. Function spaces include meeting rooms, boardrooms and a ballroom for events and conferences of up to 300 people.
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