Estancia La Bamba

Estancia La Bamba is ideally located only 120 km from Buenos Aires and close to San Antonio de Areco in the heart of the Pampa, one of the oldest estancias in Argentina, recently renovated with great care as a boutique hotel, successfully combines luxurious comfort and colonial elegance. The feeling of being welcomed into a private home, into a property steeped in history and tradition makes this hotel a special and timeless place for relaxation. Exquisite cuisine, refined service, gaucho traditions and equestrian sports add to the unique magic of La Bamba. Nestled in the midst of a magnificent park, this typical colonial style ensemble houses rooms and suites spread over three buildings, with several reception rooms, a billiard room, a bar, a massage room and a boutique. A regional and refined culinary tradition, outstanding service, charm and character make La Bamba de Areco an essential stopping place in the province of Buenos Aires.

  • Pampa RoomPampa Room
Pampa Room

Each room is named after a famous polo horse. All rooms are non-smoking and air-conditioned, and look out onto the park, shaded patios, the imposing pampa or the polo fields. King-sized beds, fine Egyptian linen, safes for valuables and amenities for the discerning traveller are part of the hotel intuitive service. No televisions or telephones.

  • Colony RoomColony Room
Colony Room

In the eleven rooms and suites at La Bamba, dark wooden floors, antique colonial furniture, art works, local textiles and modern art combine to create understated elegance and harmonious luxury. Each room is named after a famous polo horse. All non-smoking and air-conditioned, the rooms look out onto the park, shaded patios, the imposing pampa or the polo fields. King-sized beds, fine Egyptian linen, safes for valuables and amenities for the discerning traveller are part of the hotel intuitive service. No televisions or telephones.

  • Cottage SuiteCottage Suite
Cottage Suite

Guest Suites are non-smoking and air-conditioned, the rooms look out onto the park, shaded patios, the imposing pampa or the polo fields. King-sized beds, fine Egyptian linen, safes for valuables and amenities for the discerning traveller are part of the hotel intuitive service. No televisions or telephones. In the eleven rooms and suites at La Bamba, dark wooden floors, antique colonial furniture, art works, local textiles and modern art combine to create understated elegance and harmonious luxury. Each room is named after a famous polo horse. .

  • DiningDining
Dining Room

Enjoy a regional and refined culinary tradition in the summer dining room with oustanding service, charm and character.

  • The PulperiaThe Pulperia
The Pulperia

The oldest building dating back to the XVIIIth century, La Pulperia, served as a shelter for horses and carriages before later being converted into an inn where the gauchos would gather to sing, dance or dine. Today it has become a unique retreat for reading, relaxing, having a glass of wine or sharing a cup of tea.

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Activities

Excursions on horseback, by carriage, or mountain bike, Argentinian bowls game, hot stone massages, the large swimming pool and the numerous relaxation areas offer the traveller an unforgettable restful experience and an incomparable way to restore energy. La Bamba de Areco also serves as the base for the international polo team that bears its name. The property includes two polo fields and the guest can also watch games during the season, with practice sessions and matches taking place almost daily. Although it is not intended to be a polo school, arrangements can be made on request for guests who are experienced polo players.

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