Intercontinental Buenos Aires is placed in the Old Town area of the city and is therefore surrounded by quaint shops and historical landmarks. The 309 rooms are looked after well by staff, with the cleanest of necessities available and the height of comfort met. Restaurants at the Intercontinental Buenos Aires are very popular with guests and locals, with excellent service, ambiance, and scrumptious cuisine. Visit the bars, health and fitness center, or swimming pool, or simply take a stroll through this deliciously intoxicating city.
Intercontinental Buenos Aires brings five-star, 1930s-style elegance to Old Town. It’s easy to feel the Argentinean spirit when you’re so close to cultural mainstays such as tango academies, theatres, traditional coffee shops and the soccer stadium. Mediterráneo presents fine gourmet cuisine, while things are more casual in Terraza del Virrey Grill. Café de Las Luces and the Lobby Bar serve cocktails and snacks. The fitness centre offers a gym, massage services, a sauna and a steam bath. Personal trainers, exercise classes and a heated indoor pool offer ways to vary your routine.
All rooms offer turndown service, valet service, cable/satellite color TV, pay-per-view cable, premium cable, video review/checkout, access to the business center, coffee maker, icemaker in refrigerator, mini bar, mini refrigerator, private bathroom and fixtures, hairdryer, hamper, bidet, and scale, double glazed windows, in room safe, individually controlled air conditioning, and separate hanging closet. Suites and executive rooms include further features. Some features and amenities may not be available for all rooms.
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As you ascend the spiral staircase to Mediterráneo you’ll be transported back to 1930s Buenos Aires. Subdued lighting and well-spaced tables create an intimate, classically elegant atmosphere for savouring fine Mediterranean cuisine. The chef uses savoury herbs, olive oil and sun-dried tomatoes to achieve the fresh, healthful tastes contemporary gourmands prefer. Terraza del Virrey invites you outdoors for light lunch fare, afternoon snacks or a casual dinner. Grilled items such as the Patagonian Lamb Chop and the Rib Eye are particularly popular, and the elaborate Sunday Brunch has become a Buenos Aires tradition. The winter garden has both enclosed and open-air dining areas so you can enjoy the great outdoors all year long. Buenos Aires’ elegant coffee shops were the inspiration for Café de Las Luces, a spacious bar serving a wide variety of coffees, cocktails and wines by the glass.
When it is time to unwind and relax we welcome you to treat yourself to a massage in our Vilas Club with a full Fitness Center for the ever more active traveller. Also included are a sauna, indoor pool, and gift shop.
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