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Faena Hotel

Faena Hotel, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Faena Hotel provides one of the capital’s most innovative and sophisticated accommodation options. Designed by Philippe Starck in a modern but majestic warehouse building, the hotel is set in the port area of Puerto Madero. Guests each have their own ‘Experience Manager’ who acts as a personal guide from arrival to departure, so that there are no receptionists, butlers or concierge staff.

Bedrooms are sumptuous, decadent, and full of first-class comforts, from automatic velvet curtains to surround-sound, flat-screen home theatres. The hotel’s many public facilities include a heated open-air swimming pool with terrace, full spa, cantina-style restaurant, bistro and champagne bar.

Our rating: Deluxe

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