Christmas in Patagonia and
New Year's Eve in Buenos Aires
a 12-day super way to spend the holidays
December 21, 2014 to January 1, 2015
What would be the most memorable way to spend "The Holidays" this year? This special holiday adventure is the fruit of our brainstorming.
Early morning sunlight blazing the Torres del Paine in December, summer in Patagonia. The "magic hour" lengthens into awe-inspring sunrises and sunsets.
Intimate Tarquino cocktail bar, with a peek to Tarquino restaurant, headed by Dante Liporace of Maskana and Las Margas with former El Bulli chef Pedro Subijana.
Tierra Patagonia, situated on the eastern edge of Torres del Paine National Park, entices and seduces. It is a perfect place to spend Christmas, away from the usual holiday madness, enveloped in clouds, mountains, pampas, fine dining and casual luxury. A deeply unwinding experience.
For contrast: ring in the New Year Porteño style in the "City for Lovers," southern version. The Hub Porteño—a luxurious combination of history and modernism with just eleven all-suite rooms in the chic Recoleta district—is renowned for concierge service and fine dining. Buenos Aires never dissapoints.
Arrangements have been made for just twelve guests. Be one.
Christmas in Patagonia and New Year's in Buenos Aires
December 21, 2014 to January 1, 2015 – $7,195
Bill Roberson, President