Alvear Palace

The Alvear Palace sparkles with its grandiloquent architecture- the cathedral-like lobby and a dining room modeled after the Hall of Mirrors at Versailles. It is one of the finest hotels in Buenos Aires. Located in the heart of the Recoleta, the most refined quarter in Buenos Aires, its imposing architecture and decoration distinguish the Alvear as one of a kind. The hotel has 80 Palace rooms and 120 suites. Completely refurbished during the last few years, the Alvear maintains its characteristic charm combined with traditional hospitality and the most advanced technology.
How the Stage was Set HISTORY IN BRIEF 1920s: A group of wealthy Argentines endeavored to create South America's finest hotel. No expense would be spared - everything from marble columns to delicate etched-glass windows would be imported from Europe. Construction cost millions and took more than a decade, but the investors achieved their goal: a place fit for kings and queens, presidents and prime ministers, as well as an instant symbol that Buenos Aires had "arrived" as one of the world's great cities. 1932: The Alvear Palace Hotel opened its doors.
The Emperor and Empress of Japan, the King and Queen of Spain, Jacques Chirac, Ted Turner, Sharon Stone, Antonio Banderas, Melanie Griffith, Arthur Miller, Kenzo and many others...
125 Rooms
85 Suites
All rooms include a personal butler, high speed and WiFi Internet access, personal e-mail address and 3 non-smoking floors.
Royal Suite, Presidential Suite
The Alvear Palace Hotel is located in Recoleta, the most exclusive neighborhood in Buenos Aires, an area with large parks, wide avenues and luxurious classic-style buildings, where the finest restaurants, cafés, antique shops and boutiques in Buenos Aires, are located. Also, the most famous museums and cultural centers are located in this neighborhood, which is only five minutes away from the financial area.
La Bourgogne, the best French cuisine in Buenos Aires (cuisine classic, dress formal) is the only Relais Gourmand restaurant in Argentina, under executive chef Jean Paul Bondoux. L'Orangerie Restaurant, a traditional venue in Buenos Aires. Next to L'Orangerie is the Jardin d’Hiver, decorated with the most beautiful plants and flowers. This is the perfect place to enjoy Alvear’s tea with its delicious patisserie, a living tradition in Buenos Aires. La Cave, the age-old wine cellar of La Bourgogne, specially suited for corporate or private events for two or up to 40 guests. Lobby Bar, cocktails, champagne or your favorite drink; here, you will find the most extensive selection of cognacs and whiskies. All drinks may be served with sandwiches or appetizers.

For the youngest guests the following is supplied: cribs, bathtub, changing table, high chairs, slippers, bathrobes, kit with baby wipes, soap, shampoo and cologne, teddy bear, toys.

Health Club has an in-door swimming pool, sauna, and gym with high-quality fitness equipment.
The Alvear Palace Hotel’s majestic ballrooms are an icon of Buenos Aires, combined with legance and technology. 10 different meeting rooms with capacity from 10 up to 800 pax.
No shorts or sleeveless shirts in lobby, bars or restaurants.
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Alvear Palace
Country: Argentina
City: Buenos Aires
Opening date: 1932

Note from the Host

General Manager Mrs. Olga Petroni

Coordinates

Av. Alvear 1891
C1129AAA Argentina, Buenos Aires

Tel: +5411-4808 2100
Fax: +5411-4804 9246

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