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If you are staying in Buenos Aires for Christmas Eve or New Year’s Eve, you should definitely book your restaurant in advance. For Christmas, the offer is limited as many places are closed. We have contacted many restaurants to find you the best menus for these special dates! You will find a detailed list below.

 

If you have a reservation at Palo Santo Hotel for these dates, please do not hesitate to contact us so we can help you arrange a restaurant table.

 

Restaurants opened for Christmas Eve and New Years Eve in Buenos Aires

 

Palacio Duhau Restaurant (Recoleta)

Palacio Duhau New year's Eve Dinner

Mood: 5-star Palace Hotel

Opened for: Christmas Eve, Christmas Brunch, New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Brunch

Price: AR$ 3.100 to 3.400 (Christmas Eve), AR$3.900 to AR$4.890 (New Year’s Eve, including party), AR$1.200 (brunch)

What: 7-courses menu with high-end wines and champagne; complete brunch with entertainment for children

Our opinion: Palacio Duhau has a beautiful terrace and 5-star service

 

Hilton Puerto Madero

Hilton Buenos Aires

Mood: International Hotel

Opened for: Christmas Eve, Christmas Brunch, New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Brunch

Price: AR$1.680 (Christmas Eve), AR$2.535 (New Year’s Eve, including party), AR$560 (brunch)

What: 5-courses menu with very good wines, special menu and entertainment for children

Our opinion:

 

Casa Cruz (Palermo)

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Mood: Elegant Restaurant

Opened for: New Year’s Eve

Price: AR$1.800

What: 4-course menu (wine included) and party

 

Crizia (Palermo)

crizia

Mood: Elegant Restaurant

Opened for: New Year’s Eve

Price: AR$2.350

What: 6-course menu (wine included) with live jazz band

 

Il Gran Caruso (Palermo)

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Mood: Traditional Italian Restaurant

Opened for: Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve

Price: AR$900 (Christmas), AR$1000 (New Year)

What: 3-course menu (wine included)

 

Lo de Jesus (Palermo)

lo-de-jesus

Mood: Argentinean Grill House

Opened for: Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve

Price: AR$890 (Christmas), AR$990 (New Year)

What: Fixed menu (to be defined)

 

Café de los Angelitos

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Mood: Tango Show and Dinner

Opened for: Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve

Price: USD400 – 550 (VIP placement)

What: 3-course menu with wines and music until 3am

 

Rojo Tango (Puerto Madero)

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Mood: Over-the-Top Tango Show in a 5-star hotel

Opened for: Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve

Price: USD700

What: 4-course menu with wines and party until 3 am

 

Please remember that if you have a reservation at Palo Santo Hotel for these dates, you can contact us to help you book a table. Most restaurants are fully booked days before the event, so plan in advance!

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Palo Santo Hotel is an icon of Buenos Aires green architecture. Over 800 plants grow on its façades, patios, rooftop and balconies. An impressive 18-meter high water fountain goes through the building, from the roof to the lobby.

Palo Santo is the first urban green hotel in Latin America. It was building to the LEED (Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design) standards.

Para una versión en español de este artículo, por favor ver este post.

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Vertical Gardens

At Palo Santo Hotel, we are proud of being the first urban green hotel in Latin America. Our environmental commitment visually translates into a unique green architecture. Over 800 plants cover our façades, balconies, roof and patios, creating a one-of-a-kind vegetal structure. But, why exactly does this abundance of plants contribute to our green program?

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Palo Santo Hotel es un ícono de la arquitectura verde porteña. Más de 800 plantas cubren nuestras fachadas, patios, terrazas y balcones. Una impresionante fuente de 18 metros de altura recorre el edificio y llega al lobby.

Palo Santo es el primer hotel urbano sustentable de Latinoamérica y fue construido según los lineamientos de las normas LEED (Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design).

For an English version of this post, please click here.

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You have probably seen it already somewhere without knowing it was an Argentinean design. The BFK chair, also known as the Butterfly Chair, was designed back in the 1940s.It quickly became one of the most successful pieces of industrial design.

The BFK chair takes its name from the three architects who designed it: Antonio Bonet (1913-1989), Juan Kurchan (1917-1975) and Jorge Ferrari Hardoy (1914-1977). All three had met in Le Corbusier workshop. Antonio Bonet was from Catalunya, Spain, while Kurchan and Ferrari Hardoy where Argentinean. The trio formed Grupo Austral, which would also include other emblematic architects such as Amancio Williams, Mario Roberto Álvarez, Horacio Vera Ramos, among others.

BFK Butterfly Chair

The Butterfly Chair was immediately acclaimed by critics. It became a symbol of modernity. In 1944, the MOMA in New York added it to its permanent collection.

Is it comfortable? See it for yourself in Palo Santo Hotel lobby!

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We were interviewed by Argentinean TV Channer CN23 after winning “Hoteles + Verdes” (“Greener Hotels”) contest.

This is the result (interview in Spanish)

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