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Source: Conde Nast Traveler
By: Jenn Selby


The glamorous Algodon Mansion is the latest in a string of luxury boutique hotels to sprout up in Latin America, and promises to be one of the most extravagant yet. Perfect for wine-aficionados, the restored French-style mansion in Buenos Aires is the latest city outpost of Algodon Wine Estates & Champions Club - the famous Mendoza country lodge and the premier producer of Malbec.

The club has made every effort to bring a taste of Mendoza to the heart of the capital, with plush surroundings, complimentary wines for every guest selected from its extensive private collection, in-room wine-themed wet bars and a gourmet French-Argentinean fusion restaurant.

The mansion has just 10 suites, decadently furnished with Cappellini and B&B Italia furniture, marble bathrooms, and plenty of technology. Larger suites also come with living areas, baby grand pianos and a personal chef. A 24-hour butler service is available for every guest, as is a complimentary massage at the mansion's luxury spa. Guests may then choose to recline in the open-air teak lounge, visit the Sky bar for an exotic cocktail or take a dip in the glistening rooftop pool.

Tour operator cazenove+loyd is offering a great rate on stay at Algodon Mansion part of a Latin American itinerary at £650 a night. For more information, visit

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