Hilton today opened a 171-room hotel overlooking Pilar Golf Club on the outskirts of the Argentine capital Buenos Aires.

Hilton Pilar has a spa, four pools, and easy access to the 27-hole golf course and its sports facilities including tennis courts and football fields.

There is also 20,000 square feet of event space, including three ballrooms, nine breakout rooms and five terraces.

Located near the Pilar Industrial Park, the hotel is marketing itself to corporate travellers and provides an exclusive area for indoor and outdoor teambuilding activities.

It also has access to a nature reserve, mountain biking circuit and paintball area.

Rooms have a contemporary design with large windows and abstract paintings. Executive Rooms come with terraces or balconies with views over the 432-acre golf club.

The Leonforte restaurant will see head chef Emiliano Sabino fuse Argentine and southern Italian dishes, while two bars will offer a range of drinks including Argentine Malbec.

Hilton Pilar is 35 miles from domestic airport Jorge Newbery and 52 miles from Ministro Pistarini International.

It is Hilton’s fourth hotel in Argentina, and the second under the Hilton Hotels and Resorts brand in the country, joining Hilton Buenos Aires, Hilton Garden Inn Tucuman and Anselmo Buenos Aires (part of the Curio Collection).

“The debut of Hilton Pilar introduces high-quality accommodations, recreational facilities and versatile event spaces to Greater Buenos Aires,” said Vera Manoukian, senior vice president and global head, Hilton Hotels and Resorts. “We look forward to welcoming business and leisure travellers alike, while allowing guests to take advantage of the brand’s intuitive service and amenities.”

Jorge Giannattasio, senior vice president and head of operations, Caribbean and Latin America, Hilton, said: “We are proud to be a part of the company’s growth story with the opening of our fourth hotel in Argentina, and we are poised to continue our rapid expansion in Argentina and Latin America, and further our mission to be the world’s most hospitable company.”