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Why Stay At Algodon Mansion
Ten sumptuous suites, a European spa, and a rooftop swimming pool are the hallmarks of Algodon Mansion, one of Buenos Aires' top hotels.
A 2009 renovation of Buenos Aires' Algodon Mansion, in the city's Recoleta neighborhood, upped the ante at the six-story Belle Époque gem. The New York-based owners of Algodon (also the forces behind the Mendoza-based Algodon Wine Estates) spared no expense. The 1912 now hotel comprises just 10 luxurious suites, and each is furnished with a cavernous limestone-and-marble bathroom—some even have grand pianos. The spa offers organic, wine-inspired treatments (the Algodon wine salt bath utilizes exclusive vintages from San Rafael, Mendoza) and at the restaurant, Chez Nous, chef Antonio Soriano serves a seasonal menu of dishes such as grass-fed lamb chops with Andean potatoes or Patagonian black sea bass with black-olive gnocchi.
Round out your stay with a sunset tango on the rooftop; the hotel can arrange for lessons, complete with views of posh Recoleta's French-colonial buildings.
Book one of Le Spa's herbal facials, hot stones treatment, or the new Buenos Aires massage in the privacy of your suite's terrace.
Awards and RecognitionsBack to Top
Traveler's Choice Award
Arrive at Ministro Pistarini International Airport (EZE) which is approximately 20 miles away from the hotel. Anticipate approximately 60 minutes of travel time depending on traffic.1647 Montevideo, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal, Argentina
Hotel FeaturesBack to Top Property Amenities
- Rooftop Swimming Pool
- Sun Deck
- Cooking Classes
- Fitness Studio nearby (complimentary)
- Yoga Classes nearby (complimentary)
- Original Artwork
- Flat-screen TVs
- Luxurious Bathrooms
- Luxury Bath Amenities
- Rooftop Terrace
- Cigar Lounge
- Cognac Bar
- Rooftop Bar
- 3-person max occupancy
- Welcome drink on check-in
- Bottle of wine from the Algodon Private collection
Why We Love Buenos Aires
First-time visitors tend to associate Buenos Aires with tango, steak, and wine—that trifecta of local passions—but the Argentine capital's French buildings, Italian food, and Spanish nightlife also tell the story of a city with one foot in Latin America and the other in Europe.
Junin 1760, Recoleta.
Outdoor Excursion: Spin past the Retiro, Barrio Parque, bohemian Palermo Woods, and Soho neighborhoods on bike tour of northern Buenos Aires with Urban Biking. Tours begin at 9:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. daily.
4-hour tours from $50.
Where to Eat: Just two blocks from the Algodon Mansion, Restaurant Teodoro is a casual spot beloved by locals. Order a parillada plate, an Argentine take on barbeque.
Dinner for two $70.
Where to Drink: The Casa Bar is a favorite for its selection of international beer and liquor served in a 1930's-era three-story villa. Try an Argentine beer, such as the oaky Araucana Rojiza Fuerte.
1150 Rodriguez Peña.
Drinks for two $20.
Why Go Now
July 19-31, 2012
See Argentina's gauchos as they herd, show, and auction the nation's top livestock.
4431 La Rural, Juncal.
October 3, 2012
This popular intra-city soccer match pits the Boca Juniors against the Nuñez River Plate in a rivalry dating back to 1908.
Boca Stadium: 805 Brandsen.
October 25-31, 2012
Buenos Aires Rojo Sangre
Scary movie aficionados won't want to miss this week-long exhibition of international horror films, shown in a variety of languages at a single theater.
Monumental Lavalle Complex: 780 Lavalle.
November 21-26, 2012
Buenos Aires International Jazz Festival
Join almost 40,000 jazz fans at 75 performances by international musicians.