Buenos Aires & Pampas

Buenos Aires & Pampas

European charm, South American attitude View on Google maps

The Queen of the River Plate, the city that never sleeps, the obelisk, the widest river and widest avenue in the world, and last but not least, the asado (a typical argentine barbecue); Buenos Aires is a cosmopolitan city that fascinates visitors by its unique charm which brings together a little bit of Paris, London and Rome, with theatres, art galleries, design fairs, and a Babel of architectural styles. You’ll be amazed by the warmth and hospitality of the porteños and by the city’s historical hidden gems. We recommend spending some time in the country, staying on a ranch and taking part in a polo match.


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Hand-selected properties:

Hub Porteño
In a typical old residence in Recoleta, a walk away from Patio Bullrich, Hub Porteño surprises with its unique style. The spacious rooms, with stylish furniture, attention to detail, the latest technology and marble bathrooms with Jacuzzi, exceed the expectations of the most discerning guest. The terrace is a must as is dinner at the Tarquino restaurant, where traditional argentine recipes are elaborated using the latest techniques.
Four Seasons Buenos Aires
With spacious rooms and luxury suites, beautiful gardens, classy bars and gourmet restaurants, this hotel is at the same time, young, family-friendly and relaxed. The hotel has an impressive early 20th century French mansion with local works of art. It has an outdoor pool in the garden and Cielo Spa offers therapeutic massage and beauty treatments. Elena, the design restaurant, serves argentine gourmet cuisine and the bar Pony Line, the first argentine bar inspired in the sport of polo, offers cocktails in the open air and prepares argentine barbecues.
Estancia La Bamba
Out of the city and into the pampas, Estancia La Sofia is a family owned polo club and hotel in San Andres de Giles.
With only 6 bedrooms all decorated in a traditional, country style you can immerse yourself in the world of polo by taking part in a ‘Polo Clinic Day’ if you’re a beginner or if you’re experienced, play a polo match.
Alternatively you can spend the day horseback riding or even just relaxing by the pool.