Luxury Buenos Aires Hotels Offer Impressive Culinary Value

Hotel Fierro, arguably the best getaway for gourmands in Buenos Aires, Argentina, recently announced an especially tempting new value added offering - The GourmandAway In BA.

Anyone booking three nights or more for travel between now and August 30 will be treated to their choice of a complimentary nine-course tasting menu for lunch or dinner at Hernán Gipponi (beverages and optional wine pairing not included).

The restaurant features modern twists on Mediterranean cuisine overseen by Executive Chef Hernán Gipponi, who recently returned to his homeland to much acclaim after extensive experience in Spain at the Michelin-starred El Poblet (now called Quique D'Acosta) and the Guggenheim restaurant in Bilbao, is recognized as one of the leaders of the movement toward and celebration of "New Argentine Cuisine."

Rates for the three night package start at $170 per night for a superior room and $206 per night for a balcony suite.

Visit www.fierrohotel.com.
 

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