FAENA HOTEL BUENOS AIRES | The New Definition Of Travel Experience
Faena Hotel Buenos Aires redefines the travel experience by combining art, recreation, nature and technology.
Located at the heart of Faena District, Faena Hotel Buenos Aires stands on the East Side of Puerto Madero and is a short distance from of all the city’s major tourist attractions including Colón Theatre and the Ecological Reserve and iconic neighborhoods such as San Telmo, Recoleta, La Boca, Palermo and the Financial District.
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Alan Faena is a revolutionary at heart and one of the most visionary leaders in South America. A modern impresario, Faena has made an indelible mark across a range of industries including hospitality, fashion, art, real estate and urbanism. Since 2000, Alan Faena has collaborated with Len Blavatnik, a businessman and philanthropist with global interests in natural resources, media, entertainment, telecommunications and real estate; together they have transformed an abandoned stretch of property, the docklands of Puerto Madero in Buenos Aires, into one of the city’s most valuable pieces of real estate. In 2004, Faena created Faena Hotel Buenos Aires and since opening its doors, the urban resort has redefined the experience of travel by merging the elements of art, culture, entertainment, sustainable architecture and cutting-edge technology. Faena’s success in Argentina has consolidated the company’s expertise in urban development.
Founding member of the Faena Creative Team, Len Blavatnik is a global business leader and philanthropist. He is the founder and Chairman of Access Industries, a privately held industrial group through which he controls his holdings. Incorporated in 1986, Access Industries has strategic investments in the United States, Europe and South America. Blavatnik, a U.S. citizen, was raised in Russia and immigrated to the United States with his family in 1978, becoming naturalized in 1984. He received his Master’s degree from Columbia University and his MBA from Harvard Business School. He sits on boards at Cambridge University and Tel Aviv University, and is a member of Harvard University’s Committee on University Resources. An active philanthropist, Blavatnik and the Blavatnik Family Foundation have been generous supporters of numerous leading cultural and charity institutions including The National Gallery of Art, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Tate, the National Portrait Gallery, the Royal Academy of Arts and the Prince’s Trust. He is a member of the Board of Governors of The New York Academy of Sciences, and a Trustee of the State Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg, Russia. In 2007, Blavatnik created the New York Academy of Sciences Blavatnik Awards for Young Scientists to acknowledge the excellence of the most noteworthy young scientists and engineers in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut. In 2010, Blavatnik established the Blavatnik School of Government at the University of Oxford. In 2013, the Blavatnik Family Foundation expanded to a national level the Blavatnik Awards for Young Scientists program commencing in 2014.