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The Best Spa Hotels to Book in Buenos Aires, Argentina

Enjoy some down time by the pool at the Four Seasons Buenos Aires
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20 October 2021
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While the grand avenues, Parisian-style parks and café culture of Buenos Aires feel European, its tango and bar-fueled nightlife is pure Latin America – with revelry starting late and finishing the next morning. Even in a city as energized as Buenos Aires, you’ll need time to rest and recuperate. Thankfully, the city has no shortage of luxurious spa hotels with soothing treatments and restful rooms, many with sweeping cityscape views. Book one of these beauties – it’s a cinch with Culture Trip.

Alvear Palace

4.7/5 (498 Reviews)
Alvear Palace
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Now from $433 per night

The Alvear Palace is in a choice location – next to Recoleta Cemetery and the city’s biggest parks; but what really stands out is the spa – with its lavish indoor pool (with as-you-swim skyline views), its hammam-style wellness area (with steam baths, saunas, pressure showers and a hydrotherapy pool) and its myriad beauty and massage treatments. Rooms range from retro Edwardian (with embroidered bedspreads and burgundy carpets) to modern Neo-Rococo – with light palettes offset by golds, floor-to-ceiling windows and marble bathrooms.

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Home

4.8/5 (94 Reviews)
Home Hotel
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Now from $165 per night
This hipster boutique hotel is right in the heart of Palermo Hollywood – the Williamsburg of Buenos Aires, busy with bars and restaurants. Interiors are straight from the private home of a Scandinavian architect: expect minimalist blocks of raw wood and stone, elegant modern furniture and light flooding in through vast expanses of glass. Bedrooms have patterned wallpapers – color-matched to curtains and cushions. Bay windows overlook the pool and garden, where English afternoon tea on the lawn is served on tiered plates stacked with Eton mess, key lime pie and bagels with marmalade.
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Madero

4.5/5 (995 Reviews)
Madero
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Now from $125 per night
Stay here and you’ll be surrounded by the glittering glass spires of the city’s modish new Puerto Madero district, between Costanera Park and the yacht club. The property is tranquil, trendy and a 10-minute cab ride from the city sights and downtown district. Rooms roll out dark woods and light tones, with gunmetal-grey sofas and armchairs, and glass French doors opening onto balconies, some perfectly positioned for sunset over the Rio de la Plata. The spa shares the views and has an indoor pool and saunas.
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Four Seasons Hotel Buenos Aires

4.6/5 (119 Reviews)
Four Seasons Hotel Buenos Aires
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Now from $450 per night

With its back turned to the adjacent six-lane highways and railway yards of Buenos Aires’s port, the Four Seasons shuns ugly urbanity and instead dreams of Paris. Its façade faces wealthy, faux-European Recoleta, and its rooms occupy an opulent mock-Baroque château. Views take in the emerald pool, and interiors flaunt Second Empire decor (Italian marbles, fustian drapes) or contemporary, Starck-style soothing creams. With movements choreographed to tango, masseurs in the spa soothe muscles with French red-wine unguents. The rightly award-winning parilla-restaurant serves succulent Porteño steaks.

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Palacio Duhau

4.7/5 (290 Reviews)
Palacio Duhau
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Now from $469 per night
With glittering chandeliers, a stepped lawn garden big enough to be in the Hamptons and a grand Neoclassical façade, this 1930s mansion is Great Gatsby-gorgeous. Large and lavish rooms have polished woods and modern, muted palettes. Tubs sit in intimate marble bathrooms. Services are myriad – there’s even an in-house tailor, florist and art gallery – alongside a fabulous bar, lined with intricately carved oak panels. And the Ahín cellar spa is Hollywood star-luxurious – with a huge pool, hydrotherapy suites, saunas and bountiful beauty treatments.
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  • Duque Hotel Boutique & Spa

    4.6/5 (579 Reviews)
    Duque Hotel Boutique & Spa
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    Now from $97 per night
    On a quiet street on the edge of Palermo Soho, the boutique-style Duque is perfectly positioned for Buenos Aires’s nightlife. Set in a large Parisian-style Belle Époque townhouse, it’s an easy walk from Plaza Guemes. There are dozens of restaurants and bars right on the hotel’s doorstep. Plush bedrooms in taupes and creams are resplendent with polished mahogany floors and satin headboards. Some have balconies. The diminutive spa has a sauna, whirlpool tubs and a Scottish shower (with water alternating between Highland-chilly and South-American-hot.)
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    Continental 725

    4.2/5 (494 Reviews)
    Continental 725
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    Price Drop
    Now from $62 per night

    The 725’s heart-of-downtown position makes it an ideal choice for a business stay. Better still, the Casa Rosada and cathedral are a stroll away, and the Art Nouveau Galería Güemes (where Antoine de Saint-Exupery once kept a seal in his apartment’s bathtub) is on your doorstep. Rooms are modest cubes, decorated in contemporary light tones and dark, polished woods, offset by pistachio or orange blankets and cushions. Rates include breakfast, while the rooftop bar and pool have skyline views and the spa offers a cosy sauna.

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    Alvear Icon

    4.7/5 (199 Reviews)
    Alvear Icon
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    Price Drop
    Now from $279 per night

    It’s all about the views at the Icon, which occupies a skyscraper in Buenos Aires’s fashionable new Puerto Madero docklands. The top-floor restaurant and spa are perches from which the sprawling cityscape and glistening River Plate extend at their feet. Deluxe or junior grand view suites frame views of the Darsena River and the skyscraper-spiked downtown district in wall-high picture windows. Interiors display a palette of trendy taupes and dark greys, with Asian screens, soft velveteen sofas and lambent, amber lighting. All in all, a beautiful Buenos Aires affair.

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