Welcome to Savoy Hotel
Luxurious and historic hotel in Buenos Aires
Savoy Hotel is one the most emblematic hotels in downtown Buenos Aires, perfectly capturing the historic grandeur and contemporary energy of this bustling, cosmopolitan city. A landmark of neo-baroque architecture and style, our hotel welcomed its first guests in 1910 and has set the standard for gracious service and personalized hospitality ever since. Today, our meticulously refurbished hotel stands as the destination of choice for discerning business and leisure travellers who seek the perfect balance of timeless elegance and modern sophistication in one of Buenos Aires’s most enviable locations.
Signature Meetings & Events
Since hosting our first event in 1910, Savoy Hotel has become one of the premier meeting venues in Buenos Aires. Our three-level conference centre boasts 746 square metres encompassing 11 meeting rooms capable of accommodating events with a total capacity of up to 800 guests.
One of the most important goddess in Greek mythology. In Latin mythology, she became identified with the goddess Minerva, also known as Pallas Athena. Athena was Zeus' favorite daughter.
In Greek mythology the Nymphs were spirits of nature who live in groves and fountains, forests, meadows, rivers and in the sea. They are represented as young and beautiful maidens who like music and dance. Daughters of the ocean. Nymphs used to accompany several gods, and were often the target of lustful satyrs.
The Greeks believed that the gods had chosen Mount Olympus in a region of Greece called Thessaly, as their residence. In Olympus, the gods formed a society organized in terms of authority and powers; they moved with total freedom and formed three groups that controlled two separate powers: the sky or firmament, the sea and the earth.
It is in Greek mythology, god of heaven and sovereign of the Olympian gods. Zeus corresponds to the Roman god Jupiter. According to Homer, Zeus was considered the father of gods and mortals.