There were many other hotels we could have stayed at in Buenos Aires, but while planning our trip, I specifically requested that we stay at Four Seasons Buenos Aires. There are only two Four Seasons hotels in South America and I wanted to experience one of them. (The other is in Carmelo, Uruguay.) Another reason why I chose Four Seasons is because of their use of social media. In my opinion, they are the best hotel chain that uses social media. I had fun tweeting both the main Four Seasons account and the individual hotel account during my stay. Due to the ‘maximum 3 to a room’ policy for most hotels in South America, we (my mom, dad, brother and I) had to get 2 rooms. My aunt and grandma were traveling with us at that time so I shared a room with them. Here’s the view from one of the rooms facing 9 de Julio Avenue, the widest avenue in the world. The other room was on the opposite side. As you can see, Buenos Aires is a big and busy city! A Vine video of the bathroom in one of the rooms:
If you look down from the room with the view of 9 de Julio Avenue, you can see a separate building that is part of Four Seasons Buenos Aires called La Mansión or the Mansion, which has 7 suites.
Also below is the pool area. It was winter when we visited so no one was swimming.
This is the floor above the lobby where you can go to the Mansion and conference room. There’s also this blue lighting by the elevator.
Dining at Four Seasons Buenos Aires includes Elena Restaurant and the Pony Line lounge.
This is the charcuterie, where they store prepared meats in Elena restaurant. Read more about having dinner at Elena restaurant here.
And also at Elena restaurant is where you can have breakfast. Read more about breakfast at Elena restaurant here.
I had a great experience at Four Seasons Buenos Aires and look forward to staying at more Four Seasons hotels (Four Seasons Safari Lodge Serengeti would be nice… ;))
Have you stayed at a Four Seasons hotel? Let me know by leaving a comment below!