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    Fierro Hotel Buenos Aires, Argentina
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    Hotel Argentina

Argentina

Fierro Hotel

Fierro Hotel

Sleek and chic, lyrical and poetic...the dcor of the Fierro Hotel will draw you in and hypnotize you for your entire stay. Residing in the fashionably chic quarter of Palermo Hollywood, the Fierro takes the boutique hotel concept up several notches and invites guests to indulge in spacious quarters complete with sleek vinyl furniture, unique textured rubber walls, abstract art and Egyptian cotton sheets strewn across king beds. Savvy, eternally connected travelers will well appreciate the free wi-fi along with iPads to lend, while iPod docks create a surround system tailored perfectly to your liking, resonating beautifully in your soundproof sanctuary of comfort

Though Palermo Hollywood is brimming with shops, dining and nightlife, guests need not go further than a few steps to the Fierros outstanding restaurant, under the direction of chef Hernn Gipponi, a Michelin-trained master whos delighted countless guests in Spain and has now returned to his native land to dazzle travelers and locals alike. Hes created a fine selection of exquisite selections utilizing seasonal ingredients from seasoned scallops with cream of fennel to grilled sea break with artichokes and beyond, always recommending the perfect pairing from their fabulous wine selection. (BTW, the guy in charge of the wine also just happens to be President of the Argentine Sommelier Association...just sayin) Not in the mood for a full dinner? Not to worry, Chef Gipponis happy hour features beverages and tapas in a convivial atmosphere.

A gorgeous pool provides a haven from the bustling city, featuring a dry sauna, showers, and an honesty bar or simply laze about on your private balcony as you gaze over the treetops and rooftops of Buenos Aires. Viva...

theExplorateur Exclusive Offer

Early check-in, late check-out plus one category room upgrade (subject to availability)

Contact Information

Soler 5862, Palermo
C1425BYK Buenos Aires
ARGENTINA
T. +541132206800
F. +541132206801
E. recepcion@fierrohotel.com

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About Buenos Aires

What do you get when you blend a bit of Rome, a dash of Paris and a dollop of Madrid? Argentina, thats what... this gorgeous fusion of European cultures culminates in a glorious culture best exhibited in cosmopolitan Buenos Aires. Locals (or porteos) are magnetic, the shopping is stupendous, nightlife is amazing and dont even get us started on the food! Were talking some of the worlds best meat-fests for carnivores, amazing Italian fare, and just about everything in between.

Theres a beautiful mix here of old world European culture and hip fusion that work together seamlessly. One visit and its clear youll be attracted back again and again to this seductive city.

One thing is constant in this city of contrasts, just about every neighborhood is bustling, from the stunning to the bohemian quarters youll find no shortage of classic colonial architecture, outdoor cafes with lovers lingering over a libation, elegantly dressed ladies walking dogs, antique shops, and outdoor markets. At night, beats pulsate from the citys ubiquitous trendy bars, nightclubs, and of course...the tango shows which are an absolute must.

For spendy, trendy restaurants, stunning places to take a stroll, and cultural attractions such as the Jardn Zoolgico and the Galileo Galilei Planetarium, the Palermo district never ceases to amaze while serene, lavish Puerto Madero is equally as serene and elegant. San Telmo attracts those with an eye for art and antiques, with its collection of old shops, galleries, and tango houses to boot along with a fabulous weekend antiques fair that collectors should not miss. Residential Recoleta is the epitome of elegance and style in Buenos Aires, lined with opulent houses symbolizing the aristocracy, where streets are replete with dancers, artists, fine dining and the famed cemetary where Evita Peron was laid to rest.

Those that want to turn it up a notch head to La Boca, a Bohemian district vibrant with blazing colors, picturesque diminuative eateries serving up some of the most fabulous food ever to be found. Youll soon find that in as much as Buenos Aires lives soccer, residents of La Boca live, breathe, eat and consume it 24/7 and remain fiercely loyal to their local team, Boca Juniors whose stadium is in the midst of the beautiful chaos.

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