Inspirational Journeys – Buenos Aires
Inspirational Festive Journeys
Travel with us for a magical Christmas and New Year and discover an unforgettable holiday season
Buenos Aires…Christmas in the city
In the southern hemisphere it is now the height of summer, so whilst snow falls and glistens in the European Alps, here the warm sun is shining. Buenos Aires, the sexy, vibrant city of Tango is also an exciting destination for Christmas and New Year.
This pulsating metropolis truly embraces the festive spirit with wonderful parties on Christmas Eve, that reach a dramatic climax at midnight with firework displays across the city. Choose a suite in the art deco tower at the iconic Hotel Sofitel Buenos Aires Arroyo and you are assured a breath-taking view.
Buenos Aires offers a one-of-a-kind urban experience that differs across the city’s many districts and colourful neighbourhoods. From the seductive tango scene in San Telmo; museums and galleries of the Microcentre; chic shopping and dining in the artistic quarter of Palermo; to the extravagant architecture and luxury of Recoleta, this is the ultimate city destination.
Hotel Sofitel Buenos – classic style
Probably one of the most striking hotels in the city, the Sofitel Buenos Aires is the in the heart of Recoleta, the finest district in Buenos Aires.
The property has been painstakingly restored and as soon as one enters the glass-roofed lobby atrium, one can’t help but glance skyward and take in the view of the art deco tower above.
This grand hotel is home to the renowned ‘Le Sud’ signature restaurant of French chef Olivier Falchi; and the famous ‘Café Arroyo’.
The stunning Penthouse in the tower is a two floor apartment. The living room features a home theatre, the master bedroom is king sized, and all the space is furnished in relaxing tones of ochre and ivory combined with details of Argentine leather. Expect VIP service and luxe amenities.
The legendary Sofitel Concierge will make all your festive arrangements for you, so you can celebrate in style.
MORE.. read the full article in TOUT Magazine.
Leave a Reply