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What We Love

  • Meat and greet: Elena restaurant serves succulent local beef that’s dry-aged in-house
  • It takes two to tango, so invite your better half to Tango Porteño, a couples massage applied to the beat of Argentina’s most famous musical genre
  • Superb service — genuine friendliness across the board, from housekeeping to the in-house sommelier

What To Know

  • It's in a residential area; you’ll need to take a cab to get to nightlife hub Palermo
  • Sharpen your elbows: This is the celebrity accommodation of choice, so the entrance is often bustling with fans waiting for soccer stars and rock legends
  • The windows are double glazed, but you need to keep them firmly shut as the property is next to thumping 9 de Julio Avenue


  •  Babysitting
  •  Bar
  •  Free WiFi
  •  Gym
  •  Handicap Accessible
  •  Parking On Site
  •  Pet-friendly
  •  Pool
  •  Restaurant
  •  Room Service
  •  Spa
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Hip hangout with an award-winning restaurant fresh from a top-to-toe revamp in well-heeled Recoleta

The Look

Hip hangout. Following a whopping $49 million face-lift, the Four Seasons BA is no longer just a haunt for visiting impresarios. Overlooking the River Plate, life-size metal horses sculpted by Vivianne Duchini gallop in the entrance, one of many Argentine touches. Checking in is a dazzling experience, because the front desk is bedecked in gleaming azure semiprecious local stones, which are offset by equally impressive hand-blown glass chandeliers. Next to reception, hot young things pack out the Pony Line bar and its cigar bar, keen for a dash of the polo lifestyle accompanied by cool music and cooler drinks. Foodies will love the smart Elena restaurant, which offers a bird’s-eye view of the open-plan kitchen and the adjacent mansion; the poolside Nuestro Secreto grill is a more relaxed option.

Bed & Bath

Polite reminders that you’re in Argentina include leather and alpaca headboards, Malbec-colored furnishings and curtain draw rods made from riding crops. The look is understated thanks to natural tones, but it’s backed up by huge geometrical mirrors and contemporary art. Freshen up in the marble-floored bathroom; step into the powerful walk-in rainfall shower, or sink into the free-standing tub. Fragrance liberally with loose bath salts in a bowl or L’Occitane goodies, while catching up on the news on the mirror’s LCD TV.


Juan Gaffuri’s Elena is a two-story courtyard lesson in leather thanks to its wallpaper and seating. It recently took a spot in Latin America’s 50 best list due to high marks in charcuterie, rotisserie and dry-aged beef. Leave room for the goat cheese and prune gelato. The buffet breakfast is Full English or cold cuts, with house-smoked trout and bagels with cream cheese thrown in for good measure. Pony Line is the hippest bar in BA on a Wednesday night: Besides innovative craft cocktails such as the Sunny Margarita (Hesperidina with tequila). If you’ve spent a day in the saddle, book the Polo Massage at Cielos spa.

In the Area

While this is certainly Buenos Aires’ swankiest district for those with a pulse, it’s also the neighborhood of choice for the extremely wealthy moving on to the next life: Lavish mausoleums at Recoleta Cemetery (Cementerio de la Recoleta) are brimming over with former presidents, authors and even the odd military hardman or three. Oh, and Evita has a space there. Next door is Nuestra Señora del Pilar, a striking mustard-and-yellow colonial-style church. And next door to that, Recoleta Cultural Center (Centro Cultural Recoleta) houses art installations and workshops and is Fuerza Bruta’s stage. On weekends Plaza Francia morphs into a bustling outdoor trinket and handicrafts market, ideal for souvenirs, while art collectors will revel in the dozens of galleries in the ’hood.

How to Get There

Four Seasons Hotel Buenos Aires
Posadas 1086/88
Buenos Aires, C1011 ABB Argentina


4.5 Very Good 1712 Reviews
Reviewed 1 week ago

I am widely traveled and this is the best hotel I have ever stayed in. Perfect room, great restaurants and incredible service. One couldn't ask for more. And great location in Recoleta, the nicest neighborhood of Buenos Aires.

Thanks to Whatahotel.com for this recommendation
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I was recommended to stay in the Four Seasons by Richie Massa at Whatahotel.com. His guidance was spot on. Thoroughly enjoyed the buffet breakfast perk I was provided by booking through this website, and the hotel is truly spectacular. Attentive staff, great location, and beautiful decor. I will be back!

Wow! What a place!
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Wow! Unparalleled service from beginning to end! Awesome restaurants( Nuestro Secreto ) was a favorite! A staff with unparalleled attention to every detail!
Front desk kudos to Alexis and concierge, Estefania!
The best!
Spa, pool and services at both...... exquisite!! Had a long stay and cannot wait to go back: THE BEST!!

Concierge and curbside staff is exceptional
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Such professionalism and knowledge of local area. Made a very nice touch. They provided excellent local recommendations and I appreciated the baggage storage before my international flight. Thank you to the staff!

My kids won’t stop talking about it
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

My daughter said she felt like a real-life Princess here. :)

The staff is unbelievable. Within 1 day they were calling us by name and greeting us the same as all the other guests. Paul McCartney and other international diplomats were staying there and we felt equal to them. Even with our McDonald’s happy meal boxes from a visit to the Children’s Museum earlier in the day. Ha!

The pool was SO warm, almost like a hot tub. Kids loved it and were able to swim even when it was cloudy and 65 out. They gave us kid robes!

We had a junior suite, and it was really big with a fantastic view. The room service food was some of the best food we’ve ever had.

This was definitely a happy place for the whole family, and after 2 weeks through South America, I asked my kids what their favorite part of the trip was, and they said this hotel. :)