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Throwback – Buenos Aires, Park Hyatt, First Class On American Airlines

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It was in the fall 2011 that Mrs. Weekly Flyer and I headed down on a whim for a 4 night stay in Buenos Aires. Our plan was to fly American Airlines First Class out of Miami (pre turn down service days) and stay 4 nights at the Park Hyatt Buenos Aires. The trip was memorable, not because it was our first trip to Buenos Aires, or in American Airlines First Class, but because it was our first baby moon after finding out we were expecting Baby Weekly Flyer. We explored the city but were more interested in planning out other details.

Buenos Aires Park 3

Buenos Aires Park

Buenos Aires Cemetary

Buenos Aires Park 2

Buenos Aires Park 4

 

Our suite at the Palacio Duhau Park Hyatt Buenos Aires was simply fantastic hotel to spend a few days in Buenos Aires. We had views of the green space next door, a huge multi-room suite, and all the amenities that come with being a Diamond member at a Park Hyatt hotel.

Park Hyatt Buenos Aires Suite 3 (1)

Park Hyatt Buenos Aires Suite 1

Park Hyatt Buenos Aires Suite 3 (2)

Park Hyatt Buenos Aires Suite 4

 

We had breakfast, compliments of Hyatt Diamond status, at one of the fanciest breakfast restaurants we’ve ever visited. The complimentary Diamond Breakfast at the Park Hyatt is a memorable experience.

Park Hyatt Buenos Aires Restaurant

 

We enjoyed Luscious cheeses and savory wines at the Park Hyatt tasting room and some nearby wine stores.

Cheese Room Park Hyatt Buenos Aires

Wine Tasting Park Hyatt Buenos Aires

 

Looking back on the few days in Buenos Aires, we wouldn’t trade the time we spent there for anything.

 

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