Be Jardín Escondido, when cinema meets hospitality

unexpected - boutique hotel
Be Jardín Escondido, when cinema meets hospitality

Be Jardín Escondido by Coppola is a charming hotel filled with history, amid one of Buenos Aires' most popular neighbourhoods.

Originally, Francis Ford Coppola, emblematic figure of American cinema, bought the property, east of the trendy Palermo Soho district, to write the screenplay of his film Tetro in peace and quiet. When the movie came out in 2009, he decided to give the place a second life and transformed it into a gorgeous six-bedroom boutique hotel, lovingly decorated with furniture cherry-picked here and there. From the outside, Be Jardín Escondido by Coppola looks like a typical, warm and discreet Buenos Aires house. Inside, the sofas and varnished-wooden furniture, souvenirs from around the world, Peruvian rugs, North Argentinian masks and various other pieces of art and craft give the premises an atmosphere of an old family home. In case you feel a little thirsty, the bar offers a large selection of wines. For dinner, the chef prepares traditional meals, so you don't have to leave the flowered patio, far from the city noise. Enjoy an invigorating and intimate moment in the heart of the Argentinean capital.

Be Jardín Escondido by Coppola
Gorriti 4746
Palermo
Buenos Aires

+54 11 48 34 61 66

www.thefamilycoppolahideaways.com/en/jardin-escondido 

Rooms: from 991 ARS