Under the essence of the Alvear brand and with an innovative version, the Alvear Icon invites you to admire through its rooms, restaurants, bars and spa, the most impressive views of Buenos Aires. Located in Puerto Madero, on the banks of the Río de la Plata, it has one of the most privileged landscapes of the Argentine capital: the Ecological Reserve, a green space of 350 hectares open to the public.

The Icon has 159 modern and luxurious rooms and suites equipped with furniture that has been created exclusively for the hotel. The selection of fabrics in shades of gold and gray in the setting, provide warmth and serenity. The luxurious bathrooms are covered in marble, and have a bathtub with hydromassage, separate shower and Hermès de Paris amenities.

With its selection of restaurants and bars, the Alvear Icon is ideal not only to stay, but also at the gastronomic level. One of its most impressive sites is the Grand View, a restaurant with a menu that reinterprets the most outstanding ideas of contemporary cuisine. Located on the 31st floor, this place honors its name as it has one of the most unique panoramic views of Buenos Aires.

On the ground floor, there is the Sunny Yard, the perfect place to enjoy a breakfast or lunch in the sunlight. Set as a huge winter garden, this restaurant provides a royal-worthy buffet. For something more classic, you can choose the Wine Bar or the Lobby Bar, also located on the ground floor of the hotel. Both places are characterized by a winter decoration where leather, wood and wine are the protagonists.

And for a hotel to be perfect, you can not miss the spa area. On floors 19 and 20, the spectacular Spa & Fitness Center transports you to a deep sensory experience. Designed with a courtain-wall carpentry in its 8 meters high and transparent sliding roof, it offers sensational views of both the city and the river that promise a moment of relaxation and unique relaxation.

Either to stay or to have a good time with friends or family, the Alvear Icon is the new must of Buenos Aires.

Photos: Courtesy of the Alvear Icon

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