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Faena Hotel - Buenos Aires

Rating : 5 Star

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Faena Hotel - Buenos Aires


  • From the moment cape-wearing flunkies usher you down a long red carpet to check in with your Experience Manager in a plush darkened recess, you’re in another world. Gold velvet, black leather and mahogany suggests a Bond casino. The library lounge, a gentleman’s colonial club, complete with Chesterfields, stag heads, antique lamps and Persian rugs. Dining in El Bistro – gold-studded white leather, crystal candelabra, and unicorns – a surrealist 1940’s movie.
  • Wandering through Faena is like strolling through Hollywood film sets, each with its own soundtrack. And you do feel like a star - your Experience Manager’s goal is ‘to satisfy your every need’ – whether sashaying down to the pool among the beautiful people, or showering in the glass bathroom in your opulent bedroom. Nightlife is unquestionably the beating heart of Faena: the exquisite food, the city’s sharpest tango show, and top notch singers, attracting elite locals and international rock stars. So get pampered in the spa, find a stunning dress, and prepare to party. Faena just screams "Have the time of your life!"


  • Wow! You can’t help gasping as the door opens. A sensational mix scintillates the eye: white leather, polished wood, cut glass mirrors, red velvet, and little flashes of the trademark red glass. Opulence abounds. And the sense of theatre which pervades the public rooms continues here, in the diagonally placed bed, and in the floor-to-ceiling red curtains, which swish aside to reveal a glass-walled bathroom.
  • The toilet is mercifully swathed in ground glass, but you can see your partner showering from your bed, and if you’re in the power shower, gaze out at a view of either the river or the port. There’s wit and fun in the details. The home theatre – TV, DVD and music, with Dolby surround and speakers in the bathroom – is concealed in a huge mirrored cabinet which reflects your bed, then swivels silently to reveal the goodies behind. The curtains and blinds are opened by electric switches by the bed, and your laptop – if you’ve brought it – sits happily on a neat desk cunningly hidden behind the curved padded headboard.
  • Your Experience Manager will help you set up WiFi - and indeed anything else. You’ll be given a small portable phone on arrival, and at any time of day, one of your Experience team of three will be on hand to book tickets and taxis, arrange polo or even flights. You get stylish fresh flowers, and incredibly good chocolates; the bathroom is stocked with big bottles of shampoo and conditioner (which could be more luxurious), soaps, body lotion; and everything else you need is in a little red glass jar. Lots of white towels, bathrobes, slippers, and hairdryer.
  • All Premium rooms (27 of them) have queensized beds; Executive rooms (39 of them) are more roomy and have kingsized beds and bath tubs. The Studios, Residential Suites, and Duplexes are more in an apartment-style with great city views. Then there are several grades of staggeringly large Suites with some incredible pieces of furniture, and even more impressive views, though you’d need a pretty special occasion to justify the expenditure. Beds in all are extremely comfortable, with a choice of pillows.
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