It takes 2 to tango in Buenos Aires!

Park Royal Buenos Aires

Park Royal Buenos Aires

There’s only one city in the world where culture, and gastronomy go well together and that’s Buenos Aires. This sexy, alive and this beautiful city has a European flare with a melancholic twist that dazzles everyone.

Stay at the comfortable and casual-deluxe Park Royal Buenos Aires, located close to Plaza San Martin, in the heart of the city. Now when you reserve 7 nights you only pay 5, travelling in July; or if you reserve 7 nights, you only pay 6, travelling between August 1 and December 26. This promotion applies for a Junior Suite and includes breakfast.

Having selected one of these promotions, you can pick up at the front desk 2×1 tickets to watch a spectacular Tango Show, and 20% discount in car rental.

Things to do in Buenos Aires!

In a single trip, it’s near impossible to experience everything Buenos Aires hast to offer. Sipping an espresso at a local café is an excellent way to start your visit. You’ll want to stroll through Florida avenue, famous for its hundreds of shops, cafes, street artists and festive ambiance. Don’t miss hidden gems like the El Zanjon de Granados, an immense 500-year old mansion, or the Zen-like Rose Garden walk called Paseo del Rosedal.

Palermo Soho is an area that oozes innovation and is young, fresh and international. It’s the place to sip a cortado, while sitting on the terrace of a chic café; browse market stalls and independent boutiques for the latest fashions. What makes it all the more appealing is that the shops are expertly set in recycled houses, former warehouses and elegant old homes.

Puerto Madero

Puerto Madero

Weekends are especially busy as Porteños dressed in their coolest attire head to the open-air markets. Plaza Serrano is a great spot to look for funky t-shirts, dress shirts and dresses in addition to accessories and handicrafts. Nearby, Plaza Armenia has more of an artisanal focus. What’s even better is that surrounding both of the markets are myriad bars and restaurants, ideal for taking a break.

La Boca is also a famous neighborhood with street artists, tango dancers, shops with regional arts and crafts, together with restaurants and a sizzling ambiance. If you care for antique markets you’ll love San Telmo, with colonial style, cobbled stone streets and cafes.

For an evening stroll head to Puerto Madero, south of La Boca and San Telmo, where dazzling city lights illuminate the port that once served as a major European trade destination. During the day, it’s a quiet business hub, but by night, restaurants and dance clubs come to life full of tourists and porteños with that festive nightly spirit typical of Buenos Aires.

So make your reservations today because Park Royal Buenos Aires is waiting for you!




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