Information pertaining to our club members in light of the COVID-19 pandemic
Nestled in the heart of the city’s most elegant neighborhood, Recoleta, Buenos Aires’ cultural and historical hotspots lie nearby. But you’ll never forget that you’re residing in one yourself. Built in 1932, the Alvear Palace was the first luxury accommodation in the whole of Argentina, destined for European travelers and diplomats. Alvear Palace’s recent refurbishing has sublimated the hotel’s old-world glamour, with modern, French style design nods. The Rooms are finest examples of Belle Époque charm the city has to offer - Louis XVI style interiors, original paintings and Empire-style furniture - and the afternoon tea, served at the L’Orangerie, rivals that of the best British hotels.