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Destination Wedding

Where It Takes Two to Tango

Destination Wedding: Argentina

FOR THE CHIC COUPLE

Alvear Palace Hotel

Buenos Aires, the capital, is often called “the Paris of South America.” To prove this point, you’ll have to stay at least once at the esteemed Alvear Palace Hotel with its blend of elegant Empire, Louis XV and Louis XVI décor.

For couples seeking a traditional wedding atmosphere, this hotel delivers with available banquet rooms and a first-rate catering facility. Or, host a smaller reception-style dinner at the renowned La Bourgogne restaurant on-site. The chef, Jean Paul Bondoux, brings a bit of French cuisine to Buenos Aires with dishes like “pheasant cooked two ways.” Just make sure to serve famous Argentinean wines with the meal.

FOR THE GOURMAND COUPLE

Cavas Wine Lodge

Speaking of Argentina’s vino, no property quite celebrates an appreciation of fine wine like Cavas Wine Lodge, the first luxury lodge at the foot of the Andes Mountain range. Set in the famous Mendoza wine region, this lodge, with just 10 rooms, is situated on a 35-acre, ecologically-minded vineyard.

Visit this retreat for a honeymoon or book the whole property for a small destination wedding. An organic farm that grows fruits and vegetables used in all their menus is on-site as well as a spa that features, of course, signature wine therapy treatments. When you can pull yourself from the lodge, there are more than 900 other Mendoza wineries in these foothills of the Andes. More than enough a mere 90-minute flight from Buenos Aires!

FOR THE DARING COUPLE

Los Cauquenes Resort & Spa

If you’ve ever promised your betrothed that you’d go to the ends of the Earth to please him or her, then consider Los Cauquenes Resort & Spa. It is situated at the shore of Argentina’s Beagle Channel, a strait at the extreme southern tip of the continent—one of the only three ways for early explorers to navigate by water from the Atlantic to the Pacific Oceans.

Set in the Tierra del Fuego island chain, Los Cauquens offers 54 rooms with unobstructed views of the snowy Andes. Activities at this one-of-a-kind resort are limited, to be frank. Even in spring and summer, it is chilly—but this is nothing compared to the subzero temps you’ll experience if you wanted the challenge of visiting in winter. Still, you can sign up to mountain bike, sea kayak, visit a penguin colony or take a visit to Antarctica. It doesn’t get more exotic than this.

 

FOR THE COSMOPOLITAN COUPLE

Faena Hotel

Of course, if Buenos Aires’ cool factor is more your taste than Antarctic temperatures, then book your destination wedding or honeymoon at the Faena Hotel + Universe, a Philippe Starck design in the Puerto Madero section of the city. There’s a lot to check out when it comes to its quirky décor, from unicorn wall art to gold velvet curtains.

For your fashionable wedding, you can choose from a vast 3,600 square-foot ballroom to seat 220 to a more manageable 463-foot cellar to host 16. With its 126 rooms, there is no shortage of space in this immense property set in a former grain silo (its name isn’t a “universe” for nothing).