Originally built as a luxury hotel to accommodate the increasing amount of European visitors to Buenos Aires, in 1932 the Alvear Palace was transformed into a model of the highest expression of refinement. The majestic rooms and suites, as well as the lobby and public areas, are reminiscent of the Louis XV and Louis XVI styles, which are evident in the furniture, the crystal chandeliers and the walls, which are decorated with gold leaf and works of art by famous artists.
The 11-floor establishment stands as an undisputed landmark of the city. Continuous work and dedication, guided by the maximum standards of international excellence, led to the designation of the Alvear Palace Hotel as a member of the Leading Hotels of the World in 1993.
What we love about Alvear Palace
- Scrumptious breakfast offering and the afternoon tea, a must if you are staying here.
- The architecture of this building is a veritable attraction, from the façade to the majestic stairs and the expansive ballroom.
- The sumptuous international cookery, paired with decadent wines that satiate every palate.