The capital and largest city of Argentina, Buenos Aires prides itself on being a sophisticated city – so much so that it still wears with honor its nickname, “the Paris of South America.
Cosmopolitan and multifaceted, the capital of Argentina features a fascinating mix of races and cultures that help make it one of world’s most welcoming international destinations. Meeting attendees will obviously want to learn to tango and catch a soccer game. But Buenos Aires’ diverse restaurants, 700 art galleries and party-all-night vibe also contribute to memorable meeting experiences.
The Golden Center, which has hosted company events for Toyota, Volkswagen and Nestle, features several ballrooms that can accommodate up to 2,000 people. They are located in a green space that makes them a different option in the City of Buenos Aires.
The famous Puerto Madero district is home to the four-star Melia Buenos Aires Hotel & Convention Center. Situated very close to many fashionable places, Meliá Buenos Aires is ideal for losing yourself in the capital and holding business meetings in a modern environment.
Buenos Aires meeting venues include the 742-room Sheraton Buenos Aires Hotel & Convention Center . It has room for up to 1,800 persons. Located in the heart of the city, the Sheraton Buenos Aires Hotel & Convention Center is a landmark for international travelers. A half-hour from Ezeiza Airport, the hotel offers spectacular views of Buenos Aires and the Río de la Plata.
To understand modern-day Argentina, you have to get a hook on the Peróns – president Juan and the most famous of his three wives, Eva (aka Evita). The Museo Evita Restaurant is a great place to hold a business meeting or event!
Today, the city of Buenos Aires is home to a diverse range of world-class professional services, developed by companies with many years of experience in the meetings and events segment. Buenos Aires has the infrastructure, technology, facilities and services necessary to host all kinds of meetings, conferences, congresses, incentive and sporting events, no matter the scale.
There’s lots of fun to be had in Buenos Aires, not least of which happens at night. Explore the city’s secret bars, check out the vibe in one of the city’s many bustling cultural centers, go to a closed-door restaurant, take a tango class – you name it, Buenos Aires probably has it, and if it doesn’t, Argentines will invent something on the spot that’s just as exciting. People party until dawn here all the time, so come visit and join the fun.