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In Palermo Soho, a hip and trendy neighborhood of Buenos Aires.
Palermo Viejo can be divided into two sections: Palermo Soho to the south and Palermo Hollywood to the north. On Palermo Viejo's southwestern edge, lively Palermo Soho is a small neighborhood that's very similar to New York City's SoHo, with cobblestone streets and tons of upscale boutiques. Most of the shops and restaurants are centered around Plazoleta Cortazar, which is a late-night gathering spot for those coming and going from the bars.
The 83-room Aspen Square reflects the creative, bohemian flair of the surrounding Palermo Soho neighborhood, an area known for its artists, restaurants, clubs, and vibrant street culture. Built in early 2011, the hotel is the newest addition to the Aspen Towers and Aspen Suites family. All studios and one- and two-bedroom suites feature decor that is hip and minimalist, and utilizes sleek color schemes of white, muted gray/brown and deep red/purple. They also all come with balconies and Jacuzzi tubs. A wraparound terrace provides guests with comfy, stylish couches, an outdoor pool, and great views of the nearby streets. The hotel also features a lofted, modern fitness center. Downtown Buenos Aires is only 15 minutes away by car.