Palacio Duhau Park Hyatt is located in a beautifully restored palace in the heart of BA’s exclusive Recoleta district. The hotel opened in July 2006 following a multimillion dollar restoration. The palace itself, which retains most of its original design and artwork including beautiful red marble flooring, has only 11 rooms and 12 premium suites. The new annex, constructed at the opposite, eastern end of the gardens, houses 115 rooms and 27 suites.
The hotel's 165 rooms are decorated with Belle Epoque furnishing and contemporary painting. All rooms have good views of the gardens or local streets, while those located in the old Palace wing are also equipped with ornate fireplaces. Standard rooms start from 40sqm, suites from 61sqm, while the largest room, the Duhau Suite, offers 160sqm of space. The suites in the new Posadas building are spacious and have large windows with views of the gardens and the Palace.
Duhau Restaurante offers sophisticated Argentinean cuisine with an emphasis on typical Argentinean meat dishes including Wagyu, Black Angus, and Aberdeen Angus. Duhau is connected to the garden and also spreads onto the terrace. The Vinoteca offers a selection of Argentine wines including the country's famous Malbecs. Al fresco dinners can be enjoyed at Gioia Restaurante & Terraces located in the Posadas wing which features a private terrace overlooking the palace and its gardens and serves modern Italian cuisine. Drinks and snacks are served at the Oak Bar, which features a wood burning fireplace and garden views.
Amenities at the Ahín spa include two private suites with special tubs, two individual treatment rooms, a hydrotherapy room, a 25-meter heated indoor pool, and a state-of-the-art fitness studio
The hotel is 33 km (45 minutes) from Ezeiza International Airport (EZE) and 5km (30 minutes) from Jorge Newbery Domestic Airport (AEP). Palermo Soho district is 5 km away (10 minutes). Puerto Madero district and the Malba Museum are 3 km away. Patio Bulrich, the most exclusive shopping center in Argentina, is just around the corner.
Spring (September - November) and fall (March - May) are the best seasons to visit Buenos Aires. Summers (Dec - Feb) can be hot and humid while winters (June - August) are sometimes chilly.