Grace Hotels announces unique collaboration with La Dolfina Polo Ranch – Hotel and residential villas development just outside Buenos Aires will have up to 80 keys – Hotel will form part of an estate created by polo legend Adolfo Cambiaso
Grace Hotels (www.gracehotels.com) today launched ‘La Dolfina Grace’, its second hotel and residential villas development in Argentina. Uniting the iconic La Dolfina polo and fashion brand with Grace Hotels, an acclaimed international luxury hotel group, La Dolfina Grace represents a unique collaboration to create a new hotel, serviced villas and apartments complex, comprising up to 80 keys. Combining the sporting and lifestyle choice that is La Dolfina with the elegance and simplicity that is the hallmark of Grace Hotels, La Dolfina Grace is a new concept in luxury living and hospitality.
The hotel will be built to the usual Grace standards and feature a spa and gym, gourmet restaurant, cocktail and cigar bar and outdoor pool. The announcement follows the opening of the Grace Cafayate hotel and residential villas development in Argentina’s Salta province in November 2013.
Set to open in 2016, the hotel and villas complex will be adjacent to the world-famous La Dolfina Polo Club and will form part of the club’s exclusive 465 hectare residential estate set among woods and rivers in the town of Cañuelas, in the southern province of Buenos Aires. The estate is the vision of Adolfo Cambiaso, generally regarded as the greatest polo player ever to play the sport.
Philippe Requin, CEO of Grace Hotels stated: “We are proud to be expanding our presence in South America with a brand that is a byword for polo, sporting excellence and casual sophistication throughout the region. It is a perfect match for the values that we live by at every Grace hotel.” “The lifestyle concept of La Dolfina Polo Ranch with its polo club, riding school and tennis club is unique to the region and the addition of a world-class hotel is a natural complement to the facilities that residents and visitors on this estate can enjoy,” said Ernesto Gutierrez, board member of La Dolfina Polo Ranch.