Stay at Recoleta Grand and find yourself at the epicenter of Buenos Aires, Argentina. As one of the city’s best located hotels for exploration and new experiences, we’re effortlessly convenient to a wide range of attractions and things to do. Our strategic location in the heart of the exclusive Recoleta neighborhood puts you within walking distance of cultural and commercial centers and attractions like the Recoleta Cemetery, Museum of Fine Arts, Museum of Decorative Art, Patio Bullrich shopping and more. When it comes to what to do during your stay in Buenos Aires, the best of the city is literally at your fingertips. Our staff is available to organize excursions, tours and transfers.
La Recoleta Cemetery
This cemetery contains the graves of notable people, including Eva Perón, Raúl Alfonsín and several presidents of Argentina.
Café La Viela
A traditional café in the Recoleta district, Café La Viela is located opposite the church of Nuestra Senora del Pilar and adjacent to Recoleta Cemetery.
The main opera house in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Teatro Colón is ranked the third best of its kind in the world by National Geographic. It’s also considered to be amongst the five best concert venues from around the globe in terms of acoustics.
Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes (MNBA)
This museum is home to the largest collection of artistic artefacts in the country and is one of the leading museums in Latin America.
El Ateneo Grand Splendid
Visit one of the best-known bookshops in Buenos Aires, Argentina, a shop called the second most beautiful bookshop in the world by The Guardian. Situated at 1860 Santa Fe Avenue in Barrio Norte, the building was designed by the architects Peró and Torres Armengol for Max Glücksmann (1875-1946) and opened as a theatre called Teatro Gran Splendid in May 1919.
Patio Bullrich Shopping Mall
Designed by English Argentine architect Juan Waldorp, Patio Bullrich was originally built as an auction house in 1867 for the prominent local Bullrich family. Inaugurated in August 88, it was the first of a series of new upscale shopping galleries.
Located walking distance from the Obelisco, this dinner theatre celebrates Buenos Aires’s Tango era.
Museo de Arte Decorativo
Created in 1937 in the building that was Errazuriz Alvear Palace, this art museum is managed by the Ministry of Culture of the Nation.
The Obelisco of Buenos Aires
A national historic monument and icon of Buenos Aires, this landmark is located in Plaza de la República at the intersection of avenues Corrientes and 9 de Julio. It was erected in 1936 to commemorate the fourth centenary of the founding of this city.