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Hilton Buenos Aires Unveils Lobby And Dining Makeover

August 18, 2017 Hotel News No Comments Email Email

Since its debut in 2000, Hilton Buenos Aires has provided guests with a cutting-edge experience in architecture and design. Today, the hotel in Buenos Aires’ Puerto Madero neighborhood elevates this experience with the debut of a lobby redesign, and new food and beverage outlets, led by local architecture and interior design firm Estudio Caparra Entelman.

Upon arriving, visitors are greeted by the striking, all-glass entrance that leads into the hotel’s renowned lobby. As iconic as it is impressive, the glass atrium lobby has served as the setting for movies and award shows. Now, the lobby features a new modernized design adorned with artwork by renowned artist Edgardo Madanes, including five wooden-wicker art pieces suspended from the ceiling, inspired by the history of Puerto Madero district. The space also includes a new front desk, boasting a leather wraparound panel and individual counters for a more personal check-in/check-out experience and concierge consultations. Answering the demand for intimate common spaces, Hilton Buenos Aires added six stained wooden and leather gazebos, allowing guests to gather within the lobby.

The newly introduced Alberto’s Lobby Bar, located in the lobby’s center island, stands out for its sleek bar featuring exotic Rosso Luana marble and an illuminated porch of impressive proportions, which creates a visual focal point that can be appreciated from the entrance of the hotel.

A fresh and dynamic space for on-the-go guests, Croûtons Grab ‘n’ Go features a color palette of neutral tones with whites and light wood to brighten the celebrated eatery. Updates have also been made to El Faro Restaurant, recognized as a hot spot for happy hour in Puerto Madero. The restaurant’s entrance has been enhanced with stained wooden beams that complement the gazebos in the lobby.

Located in the elegant riverside Puerto Madero district, the 417-room property also features a versatile 72,290-square-foot convention center, rooftop pool, and state-of-the-art fitness center. Previously a forgotten port, Puerto Madero is now considered a modern waterfront neighborhood. Known for its vanguard architectural trends, the area has transitioned from an abandoned industrial port to a high-rise lifestyle destination. Hilton Buenos Aires’ guests can explore the neighborhood’s 864-acre ecological reserve with trails that line the Rio de la Plata riverbank.

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