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The Palacio Duhau Park Hyatt is a true palace. Full review →
Exceptionally stylish hotel combining an ornate neoclassical limestone mansion with a sleek 17-story tower, located in the most fashionable part of the city. Full review →
Divided between a restored Belle Époque mansion and a contemporary addition... the hotel's paneled corridors and light-filled lounges ooze discreet wealth.
Not only does the Palacio Duhau Park Hyatt have two names, it also has two buildings, two entrances, and, perhaps, two identities. Full review →
Interiors in the public areas are fresh and modern, the spa and gym are among the best in town, and the rooms have high ceilings and polished hardwood floors.
This gorgeous hotel has upped the ante for elegance in Buenos Aires. Full review →Be sure to sip a whiskey at the Oak Bar, constructed from 17th-century oak carvings from a Normandy castle.
The surrounding Recoleta neighborhood is upscale, too, and guests here will have a bevy of nearby boutiques and buzzy restaurants from which to choose. Full review →
This hotel combines a modern tower with the Palacio Duhau, the Duhau family mansion. Mansion rooms mix modern and classical details. Full review →
This handsome, historic landmark resides in the buzzy Recoleta "French heritage" district. Full review →
One of the loveliest new hotels in Buenos Aires. Full review →
The five-pearl Palacio Duhau-Park Hyatt Buenos Aires, an elegant property situated in a 1930s French neoclassical palace, is centrally located in Buenos Aires' upscale Recoleta District. Full review →
The Duhau family home on the city’s most desirable street is now a hyper-luxury hotel, with huge rooms decorated with soothing woods and marble baths.
This Recoleta gem is situated between the Alvear Palace and the Four Seasons, and it competes squarely with those two big names on price and elegance Full review →Certain Palace building units (Suite Duhau, Suite Alvear, Park Executive Suite, Park Suites, Park One Bedroom Suite and Park Deluxe Twin) feature fireplaces, and these are undoubtedly the most requested as this building features stunning architecture and decor.
Elegance shimmers from every chandelier of this fabulous palace, which pays homage to the glory days of Thirties Buenos Aires. Full review →
The entrance to the Park Hyatt is a confection of neoclassical columns, marble floors and cast-iron gates, while the rooms themselves, simple and modern, speak of a 21st-century sensibility. Full review →
What links the two spaces—in addition to rotating contemporary art exhibits—is impeccable service that elicits kudos from even the most discerning globetrotters. Full review →
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