Legado Mitico Buenos Aires Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The sizzling vitality of South America has long been entrancing newlyweds. From the beaches of Rio to the steakhouses of Argentina, South America provides a stunning escape for couples looking to celebrate their nuptials. Romantic hotels are aplenty here, and choosing that one perfect hideaway can be just as difficult as the walk down the aisle. To help you out during your honeymoon planning, we've found our favorite hotels ready for romance -- and we've taken into consideration both the splurgers and the savers. Our first pick in each destination offers over-the-top luxury (and prices), while our second choice offers a cozy South American getaway without too many dollar signs attached. Check them all out in this slideshow: Buenos Aires The Splurge: Legado Mitico Buenos Aires This charming, upscale boutique feels like a private home, with 11 beautiful, individually decorated rooms featuring hardwood floors, comfortable beds, and great amenities. Each room has been dedicated to a significant figure in Argentine history -- such as Evita Peron, Che Guevara, General San Martin and Mafalda -- and has themed decor to match. The cozy library is the perfect place to unwind after a long day of sightseeing in the winter, and in the warmer months couples can head up to the rooftop deck, complete with a six-person whirlpool and lounge chairs.

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Where to Honeymoon in South America: The Most Romantic Hotels (1 of 10)

 The sizzling vitality of South America has long been entrancing newlyweds. From the beaches of Rio to the steakhouses of Argentina, South America provides a stunning escape for couples looking to celebrate their nuptials. Romantic hotels are aplenty here, and choosing that one perfect hideaway can be just as difficult as the walk down the aisle. To help you out during your honeymoon planning, we've found our favorite hotels ready for romance -- and we've taken into consideration both the splurgers and the savers. Our first pick in each destination offers over-the-top luxury (and prices), while our second choice offers a cozy South American getaway without too many dollar signs attached. Check them all out in this slideshow: Buenos Aires The Splurge: Legado Mitico Buenos Aires This charming, upscale boutique feels like a private home, with 11 beautiful, individually decorated rooms featuring hardwood floors, comfortable beds, and great amenities. Each room has been dedicated to a significant figure in Argentine history -- such as Evita Peron, Che Guevara, General San Martin and Mafalda -- and has themed decor to match. The cozy library is the perfect place to unwind after a long day of sightseeing in the winter, and in the warmer months couples can head up to the rooftop deck, complete with a six-person whirlpool and lounge chairs.
The sizzling vitality of South America has long been entrancing newlyweds. From the beaches of Rio to the steakhouses of Argentina, South America provides a stunning escape for couples looking to celebrate their nuptials. Romantic hotels are aplenty here, and choosing that one perfect hideaway can be just as difficult as the walk down the aisle. To help you out during your honeymoon planning, we've found our favorite hotels ready for romance -- and we've taken into consideration both the splurgers and the savers. Our first pick in each destination offers over-the-top luxury (and prices), while our second choice offers a cozy South American getaway without too many dollar signs attached. Check them all out in this slideshow: Buenos Aires The Splurge: Legado Mitico Buenos Aires This charming, upscale boutique feels like a private home, with 11 beautiful, individually decorated rooms featuring hardwood floors, comfortable beds, and great amenities. Each room has been dedicated to a significant figure in Argentine history -- such as Evita Peron, Che Guevara, General San Martin and Mafalda -- and has themed decor to match. The cozy library is the perfect place to unwind after a long day of sightseeing in the winter, and in the warmer months couples can head up to the rooftop deck, complete with a six-person whirlpool and lounge chairs. Buenos Aires The Save: Livian Guest House This quaint, artsy B&B is housed in a French-inspired 1920s building in the upscale shopping district of Palermo. Its decor reflects Buenos Aires' eclectic charm: The warm lobby, for example, has aqua-splashed walls and a collection of colorful paintings. Each of the eight simple, unpretentious rooms has a unique name and accompanying style; all feature quirky art. Outside, guests can relax on an upper- or ground-level terrace/garden. Overall, Livian is cozy and sweet, making it a nice respite for newlyweds. Lima The Splurge: Country Club Lima Hotel The historic Country Club Lima Hotel blends classic elegance with modern comfort. This 83-room property feels upscale with classic decor, wood accents, and up-to-date amenities such as iPod docks and flat-screen TVs. Palatial bathrooms are gorgeous and many feature separate soaking tubs. Features here include a small but intimate outdoor pool, small fitness room, and guest privileges at the 18-hole Lima Country Club. Lima The Save: The Westin Lima Hotel & Convention Center Opened in 2011, the Westin Lima Hotel is one of the newest and (with 301 rooms) largest hotels in the city. It's located on the outskirts of San Isidro, and though its focus may be on business travelers (it's home to the largest meeting facility in Peru) its upscale, resort-like feel appeals to couples as well. The hotel features a top-notch spa, a sleek indoor pool, a large fitness center, and multiple dining options, including a chic bar and a restaurant with a popular breakfast buffet. Rio De Janeiro The Splurge: Relais & Chateaux Santa Teresa Relais & Chateaux Santa Teresa is a historic mansion turned luxurious boutique hotel located on a former coffee plantation in Santa Teresa. It features gorgeous tropical decor, which includes bright cabanas in the lounge, lots of lush greenery (by the pool, on the grounds), tiled mosaics, and island-themed bed runners in the rooms. Suites are super high-end, with extras such as four-poster beds of tropical wood, standalone tubs, and shady terraces. The hotel also features a gorgeous spa, a rooftop pool with sweeping views of the city, and a restaurant serving delicious French-influenced Brazilian cuisine. Rio De Janeiro The Save: Porto Bay Rio Internacional Hotel The Porto Bay Rio Internacional Hotel is located across the street from the popular Copacabana beach. This clean, 117-room hotel is a good mid-range option with simple, sleek decor including blonde wood floors, small modern bathrooms, and a nearly all-white color palette. All rooms have stocked minibars and electric kettles, and some have balconies overlooking the ocean. The small rooftop pool, poolside bar, and fitness center all have great views, and on the beach, attendants provide guests with towels, chairs, and umbrellas. Sao Paulo The Splurge: Hotel Fasano This 60-room luxury boutique offers impressive features, including a solid fitness center and an intimate, Zen-like spa. In addition, there are several popular restaurants and bars: The Italian fine dining restaurant is highly acclaimed, Baretto bar offers excellent live music, the lobby bar has art deco style, and the casual restaurant serves three meals a day. Rooms have cool, retro-modern decor -- including funky leather furniture and striped rugs -- as well as flat-screen TVs, DVD players, and iPod docks. Sao Paulo The Save: L'Hotel Porto Bay Sao Paulo Beyond the large marble lobby, the rooms at this 76-room hotel are elegant, if a bit bland, with floral curtains and neutral tones. All rooms have free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, and marble bathrooms. The hotel does have a spa with a nice sauna, though stark treatment rooms aren't particularly inviting. Hotel highlights include an attractive restaurant with a nice terrace, a small gym, and an indoor pool with an open roof. Santiago The Splurge: The Ritz-Carlton, Santiago The Ritz-Carlton is a stylish, sophisticated 205-room hotel in the suburb of Las Condes. Its common spaces impress: The lobby has rich wood paneling and shiny marble floors; and both the pool and fitness center are enclosed by glass domes and offer amazing views of Santiago. After a long day of sightseeing, visitors can head up to 100 Grandos Bar for cocktails or unwind at the small spa. Santiago The Save: Bonaparte From the outside, the Bonaparte Hotel resembles a grand old mansion -- until you look another direction and see the clearly renovated portions that stick out sorely from the building's historical style. Inside, the decor is a hodgepodge of styles as well -- some good, some bad. Everything else at Bonaparte follows that same ho-hum theme. The pool is located in a pretty courtyard but is more decorative than functional. The sauna is a nice relaxation zone, and the fitness center has equipment for a good workout -- albeit a basic one.
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