HUB Porteno

Located in the heart of the tony Recoleta neighborhood of Argentina’s capital city, HUB Porteño Hotel is surrounded by elegant shops, cafes, galleries, and parks. Some of the best museums in Buenos Aires–the Museum of Fine Arts and the Museum of Decorative Arts–are a short walk away.

HUB Porteno is pure Recoleta. The hotel occupies a former mansion, constructed in 1957. HUB Porteño opened in 2010 after a multi-year renovation. The hotel is conceived as a home base–a hub–for exploring all that the city has to offer. Within two blocks of the front door, you’ll find some of our favorite restaurants, gelato shops, boutiques, and design studios.

Accommodations

The 11 guest rooms at HUB Porteño are equipped with smart TV, bluetooth speakers, mini-bar with traditional porteñas delicacies, Nespresso, electric kettle, security box, and Wi-Fi.


Suites

Measuring approximately 590 square feet, Suites at HUB Porteno are furnished with either a king-size bed or a double queen-size bed.


Bacan Suite

Measuring approximately 810 square feet, Bacan Suites at HUB Porteno are furnished with a king-size bed.

Bacan Suites feature a small living-room, a walk-in closet, and a Finnish shower.


Grand Suite

Measuring approximately 1,510 square feet, HUB Porteno’s Grand Suites are furnished with a super king-size bed.

Grand Suites feature a living-room, a walk-in closet, a Finnish shower, a guest’s toilette, and a private terrace.

Amenities

Among the amenities at HUB Porteño are a meeting lounge, a terrace with a bar and pergola, a fitness room, and a dry sauna.

Guests at HUB Porteño have access to the bar and restaurant “La Pecora Nera Grill”, which serves typical Argentine food with focus on (what else?) expertly prepared beef.

The hotel has a 24-hour concierge service.


Exploring Buenos Aires

It’s trend-setting and alluring, but Buenos Aires is not Paris.  Though deeply influenced by European tastes and immigration, Buenos Aires has evolved beyond imitation. This is one of the world’s great cultural capitals, exporting cinema, fashion, music, and cuisine. The city’s museums—housing works by Diego Rivera, Wifredo Lam, Frida Kahlo, Jorge de la Vega—are among the hemisphere’s best.

Other attractions in Buenos Aires include:

  • Polo
  • Futbol
  • Performing Arts
  • Botanical Gardens
  • Architecture
  • Street Art

Buenos Aires is a complex city of distinct neighborhoods, each with its own texture and personality. Pedestrian zones crisscross the capital, filled with smartly-dressed couples, and street performers. Parks and plazas serve as community gathering places—venues for picnickers, political activists, and amateur futbolistas.

Most of our clients stay three or four nights and often return for longer stays on their next trip to Argentina. Over the years, we’ve assembled a collection of trusted friends—ambassadors, really—who open the city to our clients, helping them access the city’s leading galleries, studios, workshops, and kitchens.

Since 2006, LANDED has arranged privately-guide touring and experiences within Buenos Aires. Whatever your interests, we’ll make the introductions. Speak with one of our expert travel designers today.

ARE YOU CONSIDERING A STAY AT HUB PORTEÑO? LANDED PROVIDES PERSONALIZED, CUSTOM TRAVEL WITHIN CENTRAL AMERICA, SOUTH AMERICA, AND THE ANTARCTIC. WE’LL CREATE A UNIQUE ITINERARY PLAN TAILORED TO YOUR INTERESTS AND DREAMS. EXPERIENCE THE TRIP OF A LIFETIME. SPEAK WITH ONE OF OUR EXPERT TRAVEL PLANNERS TODAY AT 801.582.2100.

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