Live Faena Experience – this spectacular 105 suites hotel offers luxury, trendy design impeccable atmosphere and service. It’s incredibly stylish and simply extraordinary.
This unique jewel of Argentina is part of Alan Faena collection of properties, a fashion designer and hotelier, who rehabilitated 20th century grain warehouse to become luxurious hotel and cultural venue of Puerto Madero District.
Faena Hotel is a sophisticated creation of interior designer Philippe Starck who has captured elegance of Belle Epoque and gave the hotel this alluring style and class though range of soft red velvets and touches of gold.
When arriving to Faena do not expect typical reception desk, here you are welcomed by an “experience manager” who serves as your personals concierge throughout your stay. The experience is simply divine. The interior of the property includes unicorn head on the walls velvet curtains, crimson-upholstered chairs and crystal chandeliers.
Spacious suites feature minimalistic white leather furnishing and delicate artisanal throws, red carpets and soft velvet drapes which add extra chic and elegance. Antique-inspired filigreed mirrors, lapacho hard wood floors and arabescato marble bathrooms create a sanctuary infused with distinctive Porteño elegance. The Imperial Suite is a stunning two story residence designed for true regal living with antiques, marble baths, hand crafted dining table and majestic chandeliers offers ideal space for entertaining. Master bedroom located on the second floor offers impressive city and nature views and expansive terrace for pure relaxation.
The hotel El Mercado restaurant inspired by legendary Buenos Aires cantinas offers authentic local cuisine – famous asado barbecue in a warm, rustic atmosphere. This place is bursting with flavor and flowing with Angina’s famous red wines with its extensive wine cellar. For more sophisticated dining you may choose Bistro Sur´s offering haute cuisine and elegant ambiance.
Faena is a vibrant social scene of where craft cocktail and bottles of Malbec are sipped night after night at the Library Lounge or Poolbar. Its sizzling with seduction El Cabaret, invites visitors to step back into 1920s Buenos Aires to witness Argentina´s finest tango show , “Rojo Tango”
Very soon we will enjoy unique style and chic of FAENA FORUM which comes to Miami any day now and is already a big talk of the town. We already know what we will like about it but will share soon.
TIPS on what to do Buenos Aires
Top Architecture finds: Head to Café Tortoni and Barolo Palace on Avenida de Mayo; look for the architecture of Calatrava, Pelli, Foster and Viñoly in Puerto Madero; and view the palaces of Recoleta.
Best restaurant : Club del Progreso – historic porteño (Buenos Aires local) restaurant serves traditional dishes and goods baked in an adobe oven, including the city’s best roast suckling pig.
Best Cultural Secret :-In an 1880 flour mill, this milonga is a dream for those who are passionate about tango. Sarmiento 4006, Almagro; www.lacatedralclub.com.
Must-see Museum: In the old Casa de Bombas, you’ll find key works by Argentine artists like Benito Quinquela Martín, Xul Solar and Eduardo Sivori, as well as 19th-century European masters
Shopping: In Cortázar Square, independent boutiques, art galleries and bookstores coexist with top designers in an eclectic neighborhood