Deluxe Hotels in Buenos Aires (II)

Deluxe Hotels in Buenos Aires (II)

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As you already know, our series will list hotels by order of preference within each price range. All accept major credit cards unless otherwise noted. Most offer a buffet breakfast, the cost of which is included in your rate. Thus, we continue with 4 more deluxe hotels in Buenos Aires:


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Posadas 1086/88
Phone: 4326-1234
Fax (guests): 4326-3032

Fax (sales / reservations): 4393-1937

165 rooms


The Park Hyatt offers all the five-star amenities you’ve come to expect from any of the deluxe hotels in Buenos Aires. It’s located at the end of 9 de Julio just a few blocks from Recoleta; several of our recommended restaurants are within walking distance. Not far from the banking center, the Hyatt caters to business travellers, offering them conference facilities and two floors reserved for traveling executives. A health spa/ fitness center with an indoor pool, sauna and beauty salon and formal as well as informal dining options round out a stay at the Hyatt.

Visiting celebrities often stay at the Hyatt.



Avenida Alvear 1891
Phone: 4804-7777
Toll-free in the US 7 800-223-6800

(In New York: 212-838-3110)

Fax: 4804-9246

200 rooms, 9 floors


This is surely one of the loveliest of the deluxe hotels in Buenos Aires. Its European style and ambience and cozy suites have made it a long-time favourite of discriminating people. La Bourgogne Restaurant serves haute French cuisine in elegant surroundings.

Rooms have a decidedly Parisian flair and many feature French period furnishings with elegant touches such as candle sconces, escritoires and brass lamps. All have direct dial phone service, central heating and air conditioning and color television.



Avenida Córdoba 690 and Maipú
Phone: 4322-8800
(In US: 800-426-3135)

Fax: 4322-9703
200 rooms, 22 floors


Located just a few blocks from Avenida 9 de Julio, the Libertador is a comfortably large hotel with well-furnished rooms that are clean and spacious. Three extra deluxe suites are the pride of this hotel, along with two fine dining rooms: The Grand Bourg and La Pergola, which has been one of the city’s top international eateries for quite a few years now.

There is a swimming pool and sun deck under a sliding glass roof on La Terraza, the top floor of the hotel.



Carlos Pellegrini
Phone: 4348-5000

Fax: 4348-5250

204 rooms, 18 floors


Facing the Obelisk and the Teatro Colón, the Crowne Plaza towers above its neighbours and the other deluxe hotels in Buenos Aires, offering first class accommodations along with executive services, a swimming pool and exercise room. The restaurant, Tomo I has earned a well deserved reputation as one of the finest restaurants in Buenos Aires.

The Panamericano is just steps away from the restaurants and nightlife on Calle Florida and Galerías Pacífico.