Buenos Aires Hotels
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Lennox Hotel Buenos Aires

Lennox Hotel Buenos Aires Rating: 4.5 Pearls

The 57-room Lennox Hotel Buenos Aires is located in the central Congreso area, close to government offices. Quirky decorations and artwork, interesting wall patterns, and unusual color schemes make a stay here a distinct and memorable experience -- from the spacious lobby dressed in sleek shades of black, to the chic, dramatically lit private outdoor garden. All aesthetics aside, the hotel also offers top-notch comfort, luxury, and hospitality. There’s a restaurant serving international dishes using local ingredients, a free breakfast buffet with fresh fruits and hot eggs, and a spa for relaxation. And the rooms -- large and stylishly furnished like the rest of the property -- come with kitchenettes, big closets, iPod docks, and quaint dining areas.
InterContinental Buenos Aires

InterContinental Buenos Aires Rating: 4.5 Pearls

The InterContinental is a beautiful upscale hotel that attracts numerous business travelers due to its business-friendly amenities and location near government buildings. Every detail of the hotel impresses, from the open marble lobby to the pristine spa to the spacious rooms. Rooms are understated and sophisticated, featuring dark wood furniture, large marble bathrooms, and 32-inch flat-screen TVs. The hotel features a popular international restaurant and two bars, but the most noteworthy amenities are the gorgeous spa, chic indoor pool, and huge, modern fitness center; unfortunately, accessing those facilities requires an additional fee. For business travelers, there are 15 meeting rooms and a staffed business center. Though some feel that the Montserrat neighborhood is not particularly tourist-friendly (it can get eerily quiet on weekends), the InterContiental is a top-notch choice in the area.
Hotel Madero

Hotel Madero Rating: 4.5 Pearls

The 197-room Hotel Madero is in the beautiful, recently developed Puerto Madero neighborhood, full of trendy bars, restaurants, boutiques, and upscale condominiums. The hotel reflects the chic, luxurious surroundings, with sleek decor (unique pieces of artwork, sophisticated color schemes) and an overall young, laid-back ambiance. Bright, spacious, and tastefully furnished, most of the rooms feature nice amenities such as private balconies, minibars, iPod docks, and work areas. Wi-Fi is available, but for a fee. The heated indoor pool is a bit small, but its rooftop location and the outside terrace provide lovely views of the area. The free breakfast buffet includes hot Argentinian specialties and pastries, and Red Resto & Lounge serves local and international dishes. One downfall, though: It’s difficult reaching other parts of Buenos Aires without a car because the hotel isn’t close to any subway stops.
CasaSur Art Hotel

CasaSur Art Hotel Rating: 4.5 Pearls

On an attractive, tree-lined street in the La Recoleta neighborhood, the CasaSur Art Hotel is a luxe, boutique property with 36 rooms. Decor is sleek with modern furniture and dark hardwood floors. Comfortable rooms have thoughtful touches of technology, including iPod docks and wall-mounted flat-screen TVs. While bathrooms are relatively small, they are sophisticated with marble vanities and glass walk-in showers. The highlight of CasaSur is an upscale spa complete with Jacuzzi, and the hotel also offers its own restaurant serving food inspired by India and the Mediterranean.
Sofitel Buenos Aires

Sofitel Buenos Aires Rating: 4.5 Pearls

The 173-room Sofitel is a luxury option in the Retiro neighborhood, sitting on a tree-lined street within walking distance of several sights as well as the Retiro station. The stately lobby makes a striking first impression: It has a high glass ceiling, black-and-white tiling, and elegant chandeliers. Rooms are also stately, with attractive artwork, thick curtains, marble bathrooms featuring separate showers and tubs, and classic blue and gold decor -- but some may find the look a bit staid. Due to its location and its numerous meeting rooms, the Sofitel attracts a lot of business travelers, but most tourists will be happy here, too -- especially considering the hotel's attractive pool, fitness center, and restaurant and bar. The only thing missing is a spa.
Blue Soho Hotel

Blue Soho Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The Blue Soho Hotel feels refreshing and boutique-y, with exposed brick walls, high ceilings with skylights, and even fresh flowers and palms. Rooms exude a distinct urban, contemporary style, though some are dark and lacking natural light. Bathrooms are also modern, but sometimes positioned in awkward places -- in some rooms, the bathroom area isn't even closed off from the sleeping area. Although the hip factor is there, the hotel's cramped feel and lack of light in some areas can make it feel less than luxurious. One of its strongest assets is its location -- on a street with various trendy shops and restaurants, in the heart of the bustling and chic Palermo Soho.
Vista Sol Buenos Aires Design Hotel

Vista Sol Buenos Aires Design Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Vista Sol is a simple, modern property almost feels more like a complex of urban studio apartments than a mid-size, mid-price hotel. The standard rooms are small, but the sophisticated, minimalistic design leaves a surprising amount of useful space. The hotel has little more than a small fitness center and sauna, plus a basic restaurant, but it is clean and centrally located to tourist attractions and the city's business center. Overall it's a nice value -- in this city, it's easy to pay a lot more for a lot less.
Axel Hotel Buenos Aires & Urban Spa

Axel Hotel Buenos Aires & Urban Spa Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The Axel is a cosmopolitan hotel located in San Telmo, a bohemian neighborhood in central Buenos Aires. It has 48 contemporary rooms with plush king beds, glass-enclosed bathrooms, and up-to-date amenities, such as flat-screen plasma TVs and iPod speakers. The rooftop pool with outdoor shower, the stunning spa, and the rooftop lounge are definitely the highlights of this hotel. Just make sure you get a room facing the pool area, and expect to see some minor wear and tear throughout the property.
Aspen Towers Hotel

Aspen Towers Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The Aspen Towers Hotel is a 75-room boutique hotel located in downtown Buenos Aires (also known as Microcentro), nearby shopping and business districts, art galleries, movie theaters, and restaurants. Rooms are a blend of classic elegance and modern convenience, with ornate furniture, gold accents, flat-screen TVs, and Wi-Fi. Nice perks include the hotel's "Midnight Coffee" hours with cold breakfast from late night until early morning and a rooftop pool that offers pretty views of the city. However, the fitness center is cramped and tiny, with just a few machines.
Hotel Bys Palermo

Hotel Bys Palermo Rating: 4.0 Pearls

This 57-room boutique has a modern vibe characterized by minimalist furnishings, few adornments, and a neutral color scheme punched up by pops of color. Sun-drenched rooms feel airy and bright, thanks to large windows that let in lots of natural light. Luxe touches include wet bars, large flat-screen TVs, and sleek bathrooms (featuring bidets and shower/tub combos). Outside of the guest rooms, however, everything here feels compact -- from the small fitness center to the tiny outdoor pool. The hotel's location in an upscale residential neighborhood makes for a tranquil setting, but may feel too far from the tourist sights for some guests.

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  • La Recoleta
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