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Fierro Hotel

Fierro Hotel, Palermo

At a Glance

    Pros

  • among BA's best dining and drinking
  • rooftop pool with skyline views
  • sleek decor
  • legendary breakfast spread (included)

    Cons

  • while rooms are much larger (at least 42 meters) than the city's average, common areas are small

Fierro Hotel Review

Often called "the hotel for the gourmand"—noted chef Hernan Gipponi is the driving force behind Buenos Aires' emerging foodie scene—the Fierro opened in late 2010 and has quickly become choice lodging for travelers looking for a five-star stay in a boutique package. The color palette is sleek reds and blacks, and all rooms boast top-of-the-line beds, spacious living areas with a table, chaise lounge, desk, and flat-screen TV. Staff were recruited from some of the best hotels in the city, and they deliver each guest a welcome tray of macarons and truffles from the hotel's Hernan Gipponi restaurant. Chef Gipponi, previously of the Guggenheim in Bilbao, alters his menu seasonally and puts on the most lavish brunches in the city (the excellent, included-in-the-rates multi-course breakfast is also reason enough to book a stay.) The hotel also offers monthly chef's table dinners, limited to 16 guests, and the back patio hosts Friday Happy Hours, where locals and visitors mingle over fresh seasonal cocktails and small plates.

    Hotel Details

  • 27 rooms.
  • Rate includes breakfast.
Updated: 07-19-2013

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