Photo courtesy of The Four Seasons Hotel Buenos Aires
Polo Style at the Four Seasons Buenos Aires
A recent renovation brought modern touches and a polo theme to the Four Seasons in the Recoleta neighborhood.
At the new Pony Line bar, Sebastian Maggi crafts cocktails such as the Des-Coya martini (vodka, pisco, torrontés wine, and Saint-Germain) to go with oxtail empanadas. The hotel offers seven spacious suites in a restored Belle Époque−style mansion adjacent to the main building. Gaucho blankets keep guests warm at private, open-air asados (traditional barbecues).
From $425. Posadas 1086, 54/(0) 11-4321-1200. This appeared in the May 2013 issue.
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Opera Hotels: Four Seasons Hotel, Buenos Aires, Argentina
The concierge at the Four Seasons can arrange tickets and tours of the Teatro Colón opera house, which reopened in 2010 after a $100 million renovation. The 103-year-old theater is renowned for its acoustics. —Laurie Kahle