Hg2 : The Hedonist

A Hedonist’s guide to…

Buenos Aires

La Boca
La Boca is the colourful area of Buenos Aires and the old sailor's neighbourhood on the river. The brightly painted houses are the main draw for visitors.
Emperador
A safe corporate style hotel in the heart of the Avenida del Libertador.
Maluco Beleza
Sample some Latin dance music with real Latino's at this lively spot in La Boca.
Iguazu Falls
Double the size of Niagara Falls, Iguazu Falls are impressive to say the least.
Oviedo
Oviedo is one of the highlights of the wealthy residential Palermo barrio.
Caesar Park
Ceasar Park deserves its untarnished reputation. It is one of the finest hotels in the city.
Araoz
A refreshing alternative to trendy lounge bar-come-clubs.
Football
Tipo Casa
Tipo Casa, although off the beaten track, is an authentic slice of old Buenos Aires.
Gioia
An indulgent lunch spot. Book a table on one of the raised decks.
House of Jasmines
A wonderful rural Argentine experience at a family run farm house.
Avenida del Libertador
In the Palermo district of Buenos Aires you will experience a wonderful collection of museums the widest avenue in the world (400ft) as well as the widest bottom. 
The Shamrock
For those who enjoy a more rustic bar experience the Shammy is an ideal choice.
Panamericano
Standing imperiously over Avenida 9 de Julio it is difficult to miss this monumental hotel.
Live Music
Buenos Aires is now a cosmopolitan city comparable with some of the world's coolest destinations. However what makes Buenos Aires a little more special is that it retains a cultural heritage and historical areas where you can see the city as it was
Plazoleta Cortazar
Experience the Palermo Viejo's most popular square while browsing its unique shops.
Hunting
Tango
For an evening of Argentinan authenticity have supper at Centro Vasco Frances earlier in the evening. Do not expect waiters in black tie at either of these venues but we do guarantee good food excellent drinks and fantastic company.
725 Continental
A super-stylish contemporary boutique hotel that draws in a trendy crowd...
My BA Hotel
Having enjoyed a few late nights retreat to this boutique getaway in Belgrano.
El Catalejo Sailing
Cruise down the River Plate or the Tigre Delta in style on a 45-foot yacht.
Standard
The Standard serves up simple homely but delicious fare.
Yacht Club Argentino
Popular with a sophisticated set; this is the heartbeat of yachting in Buenos Aires.
Fishing
El Cuartito
Famous for it's delicious pizzas and old-school atmosphere El Cuartito is not to be missed.
Gibraltar
You'd be surprised how popular this British pub is in the San Telmo region.
Rubia y Negra
Do not be put off by the tourists; locals still flock here for post-supper cocktails.
Cementerio Recoleta
While navigating the sea of majestic tombs and chapels you will most likely need a map to guide you to the tomb of Eva Peron (Evita).
Mantra Resort
With a stunningly cool pool area and a casino this is a very chic place to stay.
Casinos
Located outside of the centre of town the Casino de Tigre is the serious choice for the gamblers in town. Offering a large selection of tables and slots should things go pleasingly well there is a hotel attached.
Plaza San Martin
Possibly one of the most attractive squares in the city, Plaza San Martin pays homage to one of South America's greatest liberators.
Agraz
This temple of gastronomy has a regular stream of devoted worshippers.
Esplendor El Calafate
Think immaculately designed rustic chic sheep's skin stools and antlers on the walls.
El Dorrego
El Dorrego situated in historic San Telmo retains a rare authenticity.
Argentina Outfitters
Cross varied terrain and breathe in the extraordinary views to see the untouched side of Argentina.
Voulezbar
Voulezbar has wonderfully long opening hours and is always packed with a young crowd.
Rugby
With an up-and-coming national team (the Pumas) a match at either of the BA's two stadiums will be a fun day out.
Bel Air
The Bel Air's large clean rooms provide an ideal base for busy days and boozy nights.
The Cocker
The fascinating owners have created an intimate welcoming and stylish atmosphere.
Hotel del Casco
For a respite from the late nights cocktails and shopping head to Hotel de Casco.

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