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Francis Ford Coppola’s Hidden Garden opens in Buenos Aires

13th February 2009 Print
Francis Ford Coppola’s Hidden Garden opens in Buenos Aires Francis Ford Coppola’s highly anticipated Buenos Aires project, Jardin Escondido (“Hidden Garden”), is now open for reservations. With six bedrooms and one studio, the residence offers a taste of Buenos Aires living in one of the city’s most happening areas, Palermo Soho.

Guests can hire the entire residence or just one floor (a minimum of two rooms plus the studio) depending on the size of the party. Three levels of gardens, a solar-heated pool, outdoor kitchen, parilla (grill) and a beautiful terrace filled with tropical plants provide a tranquil oasis in which to relax and unwind, while sommelier Nigel Tollerman can arrange wine tasting and introduce guests to a special collection of Argentine wines. On-property manager Luciana can also arrange days and nights out in one of South America’s most captivating cities.

Jardin Escondido, which opened on 1st February 2009, will appeal to families, friends and couples looking for an urban hideaway in a hip area of Buenos Aires, with fashion and design boutiques, craft fairs, restaurants and bars all within walking distance. Mr Ford Coppola stays at the residence himself when in Buenos Aires.

Prices start from £496 per night based on two rooms plus the studio (a maximum of five guests) including breakfast and concierge service. There is a minimum stay requirement of three nights. Book with Exsus, via

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Francis Ford Coppola’s Hidden Garden opens in Buenos Aires