Faena Hotel Buenos Aires

Location: Buenos Aires & the Pampas | Argentina

Price guide: £££££ £350-£500 per person per night

Sexy, flamboyant and decadent, the Faena Hotel Buenos Aires is the brainchild of designers Alan Faena and Philippe Starck. This converted warehouse in the Puerto Madero area of Buenos Aires promises a unique experience far removed from the more traditional hotels the city has to offer with its very own cabaret, “experience managers” and sumptuous spa.
Perfect forFashionistas, design-fiends and anybody looking for something a little bit different.
In the knowMake time in your stay for some celebrity spotting by the gorgeous pool.

Recommended for...

  • Chic Design
  • City Hotel
  • Cultural Immersion
  • Food & Wine

Hotel Overview

Sense of Place

The trendy new Puerto Madero area of Buenos Aires.

Rooms at Faena Hotel Buenos Aires

Faena Hotel Buenos Aires has 108 luxurious rooms decorated in red velvet, white leather, marble floors and polished wood. It’s hard not to be impressed. Technology abounds with curtains opening at the push of a button, a home theatre hidden behind a swivelling mirrored cupboard and wifi throughout. We highly recommend spoiling yourself with one of the enormous suites.

Food and Drink

Mercado restaurant has a quirky, Latin American feel, while the more formal Bistro restaurant is the most unusual space: mostly white-on-white, with a few red accents, topped off by large chandeliers and unicorn heads on the walls.

Facilities

The hotel features two restaurants, a spa, hammam and dramatic living areas to relax and people watch. This is a place to see and been seen. There is a lovely outdoor pool and bar as well as a cabaret bar offering excellent tango shows.

Activities at Faena Hotel Buenos Aires

If you’re really into your culture and history then spend a day one of our private guides and explore. Not only will you get the very finest insight into the fascinating heroes of this country, but you will also come to understand what drove these local icons to become known the world over.

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