Alvear Palace Hotel


The Alvear Palace was opened in 1932 as a luxury hotel for European visitors. It is located in the traditional Recoleta neighborhood, surrounded by notable restaurants and cafes, Paris-style townhouses, old and opulent palaces and luxury shops.

In addition to resting and enjoying the life of kings, its guests are a five-minute walk from the Recoleta Cultural Center and the Recoleta Cemetery, two kilometers from the emblematic Colón Theater and a few minutes from the National Museum of Fine Arts, sculpture Floralis Generica, the Basilica Nuestra Señora del Pilar, the Pizzurno Palace, the Piccaluga Palace and the Palais de Glace, among many other attractions.

The Alvear Palace has large public areas and rooms decorated in a modern French style. Its three refined restaurants -two of them serving French cuisine- and its bars are among the most traditional meeting points in Buenos Aires, with a unique aesthetic and an exquisite gastronomic offer.

The extremely elegant rooms are furnished and decorated in Louis XVI and Empire style. Suites are sumptuous and include separate living room and, in some cases, butler service, dining room, additional bedrooms, kitchenette, or Italian marble bathroom.

In addition, the hotel has a spa, gym, 10 meeting and event rooms, a lobby bar and a very chic one on the roof with wonderful views of Buenos Aires.