Aimed at the hip, partying crowd increasingly drawn to Buenos Aires' late-night pleasures, Home was the first hotel to open in fashionable Palermo Hollywood....more
This stylish town house in the Palermo Soho is owned by Francis Ford Coppola, who spent two years in the terra-cotta-painted house before opening it as a...more
This low-key European-style accommodation benefits from a superb location: Set at the intersection of various parks (including Plaza Francia and Jardín...more
Situated on the fir-lined banks of Lake Nahuel Huapi's north shore, Villa La Angostura is unashamedly twee, its main street lined with wooden boardwalks and...more
Set on beech-carpeted slopes two miles above Ushuaia, Las Hayas affords sweeping views of the city, the Beagle Channel, and the mysterious peaks of Chile's Isla...more
Fastidiously neat Legado Mítico enjoys the best of both worlds: Superbly located at the heart of Palermo Viejo, Buenos Aires' food-and-fashion quarter, it...more
Anticipate "a lush landscape"Nahuel Huapi National Parkand "fabulous, joy-inducing vistas" of mountain and lakes. Constructed with cypress, hemlock,...more
Overlooking a forest of Oregon pine, a Jack Nicklaus-designed golf course, and the north face of Mount Chapelco, this gable-roofed property may be set amid the...more
The first of nine planned hotels in the Selva Iryapú, a 1,480-acre plot of former Guaraní tribal land bordering Argentina's Iguazú National...more
A single night at Casa Los Sauces costs three times the average monthly wage of an Argentine workerironic, considering the hotel is owned by the country's...more
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