Alvear Palace Hotel, Buenos Aires

Alvear Palace Hotel, Buenos Aires
Alvear Palace Hotel, Buenos Aires
Alvear Palace Hotel, Buenos Aires
Alvear Palace Hotel, Buenos Aires
Alvear Palace Hotel, Buenos Aires
Alvear Palace Hotel, Buenos Aires
Alvear Palace Hotel, Buenos Aires
Alvear Palace Hotel, Buenos Aires
Alvear Palace Hotel, Buenos Aires
Alvear Palace Hotel, Buenos Aires
Alvear Palace Hotel, Buenos Aires
Alvear Palace Hotel, Buenos Aires
Alvear Palace Hotel, Buenos Aires
Alvear Palace Hotel, Buenos Aires
Alvear Palace Hotel, Buenos Aires
Alvear Palace Hotel, Buenos Aires
Alvear Palace Hotel, Buenos Aires
Alvear Palace Hotel, Buenos Aires
Alvear Palace Hotel, Buenos Aires
Alvear Palace Hotel, Buenos Aires
Alvear Palace Hotel, Buenos Aires
Alvear Palace Hotel, Buenos Aires
Alvear Palace Hotel, Buenos Aires
Alvear Palace Hotel, Buenos Aires
Alvear Palace Hotel, Buenos Aires
Alvear Palace Hotel, Buenos Aires
Alvear Palace Hotel, Buenos Aires
Alvear Palace Hotel, Buenos Aires
Alvear Palace Hotel, Buenos Aires

Michelle’s photography and anecdotes from The Alvear Palace Hotel, Buenos Aires, Argentina

As a travel photographer, hotels are a fundamental part of the journeying experience. Michelle averages 100 plus hotel nights per year and this section has been created to share a selection of her personal recommendations for hotels around the world. Whilst on assignment, a hotel provides a travel photographer with a base from which to explore the country and a secure storage space for equipment. It’s the mobile office, the refuelling zone, the meeting point and if you’re really lucky, there may even be time to indulge in the pool or the Spa. The reality of following the light and photographic deadlines however, often means this isn’t the case. A good hotel can be the primary inspiration for a photographer as they embark on their project, the place from which ideas evolve for imagery. A travel photographer’s hotel is essentially the gateway to photographically documenting a destination.