Romance in the city itinerary
From chic boutiques, elegant antiques and French architecture to upscale hot spots and edgy young designers, Buenos Aires has long been recognized as one of Latin America’s most diverse cities. Buenos Aires is an extremely romantic city known for its passion – perfect for you and your loved one to enjoy.
The following is a sample couple’s itinerary. To have an itinerary customized to your interests, please call or visit the Concierge, who'd be happy to help.
Upon arrival, refresh and relax in the comfort of your spacious room with a number of complimentary services and amenities.
Day 1 – Recoleta and Palermo
Explore the Recoleta and Palermo neighbourhoods to take a trip through time, revisiting the era that created Buenos Aires and made it so unique.
- Enjoy your first taste of Buenos Aires at Elena’s breakfast buffet, featuring local items such as dulce de leche and maté.
- After breakfast, walk just 15 minutes to Recoleta, the cradle of the aristocratic porte.
- Marvel at the neighbourhood’s French-influenced architecture, its elegant inhabitants and its luxurious stores.
- Stop in at the Museo de Bellas Artes, one of South America’s most prestigious museums, containing 19th and 20th century works by Argentinean artists.
- Once you’ve had your fill, stroll to the nearby neighbourhood of Palermo.
- Visit The Museum of Latin American Art – a fantastic private collection of Latin American art that includes pieces by Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera.
- Have lunch in trendy Palermo-Soho, where there’s no shortage of cafés serving global cuisine.
- After lunch, browse local designers’ clothes, accessories and funky boutiques in this beautiful neighbourhood.
- Have the Concierge make you a reservation at La Cabrera, where you’ll get a taste of Argentina's famous beef.
- Professional staff serve extra large portions of expertly prepared beef, and the steak-size mollejas sweetbreads are among the best in the city.
Day 2 - Becoming a porteño
A unique trip to the most distinguished and world-renowned destinations in Buenos Aires.
- Have a romantic breakfast in bed ordered through In-Room Dining and lounge with your loved one.
- When you’re ready to go, take a cab to the neighbourhood of La Boca.
- Visit La Caminito and take in the tango dancers, artisans and tourists taking pictures of the many-coloured walkways.
- Next up, head to San Telmo and its antique market on Defensa and Balcarce streets, a very pleasant stretch to walk and browse.
- Stop for lunch at one of the quaint cafés on cobblestoned Balcarce Street.
- Next, visit Plaza de Mayo, the most important plaza in the city and the site of numerous historic gatherings and political protests.
- Stop for a snack at the famous Café Tortoni, which opened its doors in 1858 and is one of the oldest cafés in Buenos Aires.
- No visit to Buenos Aires is complete without dinner and a tango show – ask the Concierge for a recommendation and have them arrange reservations for you.
- After dinner, go to 878, a slick, low-lit space known for its specialty whiskey cocktails.
- End your night with a drink at Isabel, the coolest and trendiest bar in Buenos Aires.
Day 3 - Argentine traditions at their best
Take this opportunity to enjoy Buenos Aires’ breathtaking landscape.
- Start your day with a quick breakfast at Elena.
- Travel just a few kilometers north of Buenos Aires to Paran. Don't miss the Puerto de Frutos, a port that dates back to the early twentieth century, when fruit cultivation was the region’s main source of income.
- If you’re a football fan, go to a game and cheer in the stands for a once-in-a-lifetime experience. If football’s not your style, visit La Mansi.
- Spend the rest of your afternoon relaxing at the Spa at Four Seasons, where you’ll indulge in a variety of massages and spa treatments.
- Once you’ve been fully pampered, enjoy a dry sauna or a steam bath before getting ready for your evening plans.
- Enjoy a great dinner at Elena, our casual, yet sophisticated Argentinean bistro that offers a variety of great Argentine wines and local cuisine.
- After dinner, experience the Argentine tango fever with a tango or milonga class.