The Four Seasons Buenos Aires Unveils a Fresh Design and Restaurant

After a 16-month $49 million renovation, the Four Seasons Hotel Buenos Aires boasts sleeker interiors—featuring rosewood-marble floors, turquoise crystal chandeliers, and modern works of art—and a rooftop restaurant, Nuestro Secreto (meaning “Our Secret” in Spanish). Surrounded by landscaped gardens, the indoor-outdoor venue serves seafood and meats grilled over asados—open-fire barbecues—modeled after the traditional backyard gatherings at Argentinean homes. A full wine and cocktail list makes it a great outdoor alternative to the Pony Line Bar, and a greenhouse-like extension keeps the restaurant in service year-round. Three semiprivate rooms on the terrace can be reserved for parties of up to 44 guests.

The rooms (from $595 per night) were updated with more modern designs, and a redesigned spa and fitness center includes an outdoor pool surrounded by lush greenery. (+54.4321.1200, www.fourseasons.com/buenosaires)

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