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The lot where the hotel sits today was originally purchased in 1902 by Bunge y Born, a leading local agribusiness firm. They had one of the largest wheat mills in the country, which allowed them to establish Molinos Río de la Plata (a leader in the local retail-foods market).
Refurbished and decorated by designer Philippe Starck, the hotel has 105 rooms and is adjacent to an apartment complex of 83 units. The hotel includes the rustic El Mercado restaurant, a café, wine cellar, fashion boutique, cabaret, and spa. The cabaret hosts the number-one tango show in Buenos Aires, "Rojo Tango". The hotel forms the core of the larger Faena District in Buenos Aires. Faena worked with Norman Foster to create the Faena Aleph Residences - Foster and Partners' first project in Latin America, completed in January 2013.

The Travelling Box

When the iconic magic box meets the place, captured from hotel guests shots to let discover the details of the hotel destinations.

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