Hg2 : The Hedonist

A Hedonist’s guide to…

Buenos Aires

248 Finisterra
Hidden behind an inconspicuous street door there turns out to be a charming boutique hotel...
562 Nogaro
The charming 562 Nogaro provides affordable quality rather than over-the-top luxe.
647
647 was one of the pioneering venues that transformed the formerly shabby San Telmo.
725 Continental
A super-stylish contemporary boutique hotel that draws in a trendy crowd...
878
The doorbell policy at this cocktail joint ensures exclusivity.
A Pick of the Best Autumn 2012 Events
Adult Entertainment
A wide variety of adult entertainment can be found in BA, from stripclubs to brothels and everything in between.
After Hours
With a wild selection of late-night party spots surrounding Buenos Aires' lively party-scene there is certainly no shortage of options. A surprising number of people party on through dawn as if their night was just beginning.
Agraz
This temple of gastronomy has a regular stream of devoted worshippers.
Agraz Cookery
Ever wanted to learn how to cook gourmet dishes from one of BA's top chefs on an island inthe Tigre delta? Thought so. 
Alvear Palace
With a clientele of substantial wealth and status- this is old-school Buenos Aires.
Angelina
This lovely little spot offers a fantastic menu of hot and cold snacks.
Aqua Vita Medical Spa
Araoz
A refreshing alternative to trendy lounge bar-come-clubs.
Argentina Outfitters
Cross varied terrain and breathe in the extraordinary views to see the untouched side of Argentina.
Arguibel
Dinner at Arguibel is the perfect launch pad for an evening of Las Canitas fun.
Asia de Cuba
A sparkling set of bright young things can be found at the exclusive Asia de Cuba.
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. 
Axel Hotel
Buenos Aires' first gay boutique hotel, the Axel Hotel is the place be seen right now.
Azema Exotic Bistro
Let your senses travel at the wonderfully diverse Azema Exotic Bistro.
Bahrein
A late-night option for those who like to party hard.
Bar 6
The perfect place to take a break and watch the passing fashion parade
Bar Uriarte
Palermo Viejo's charms are all neatly encapsulated in the lovely Bar Uriarte.
Bel Air
The Bel Air's large clean rooms provide an ideal base for busy days and boozy nights.
Bengal
For a business lunch or a break from sightseeing we recommend curry at the Bengal.
Bereber
Kick back in the relaxed seating and feast on tagines and other Moroccan delicacies.
Bobo
High design Bobo is as much for the culturally-savvy as it is the wealthily decadent.
Brasserie Petanque
A staple on the BA gastronomic scene the brasserie is well located for evening fun.
Buda Bar
The Buda Bar is a comfortable space to spend time with friends.
Buenos Aires Golf
Cabaña Las Lilas
Although located in Puerto Madero Cabaña Las Lilas has the best beef in town.
Caesar Park
Ceasar Park deserves its untarnished reputation. It is one of the finest hotels in the city.
Caracas Bar
Stylish design and event variety prevents us from boxing this place into any generic category, though music, art and nibbles come as standard.
Casa Cruz
Casa Cruz is probably the coolest bar in Palermo Viejo.
Casa Juana
You can trust Mariana Cortes when it comes to issues of style - from her fashion label to her choice of Argentinian artwork there is much to love.
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.
Cattle-Herding & Asado Cooking
Work up an appetite on the farm before indulging in a traditional Argentine lunch like a true South American cowboy.
Cavas Wine Lodge
This is arguably one of the most decadent experiences you can have in Buenos Aires.
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).
Centro Vasco Francés
The Basque Cultural Centre is an unusual venue but that only adds to its popularity.

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