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Savoy Hotel

Savoy Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

This gorgeous, stately building resides in the city's financial and political center, just minutes away from Congress and presidential offices. What sets the Savoy apart from other hotels is its classic appearance combined with modern flair. The shiny marble lobby features high ceilings, accentuated by a bright red chandelier and plush red chairs. The stunning lobby bar showcases tall pillars with ornate gold details and crystal chandeliers. The hotel's rooms are contemporary, with wood floors, dramatic headboards, and bold pops of color (though some units, such as the Corner Suite, have classic decor). Each room offers clean, contemporary bathrooms with walk-in showers and rainfall fixtures. The Savoy welcomes all kinds of guests, but it's particularly popular with couples and business travelers (who can make use of the 10 meeting rooms on the property).
725 Continental Hotel

725 Continental Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The 725 Continental Hotel was built in 1927 and features a dramatic Art Deco exterior. Inside, however, the vibe is modern and minimalist, with sleek furnishings and a neutral color palette punched up by pops of color throughout. Most of the 192 guest rooms are spacious, and all include dark hardwood floors, marble bathrooms, and large windows that let in plenty of natural light. Freebies include Wi-Fi and a daily breakfast buffet. Highlights include a tiny terrace solarium and two restaurants that serve local specialties in chic surroundings. The hotel also offers a prime downtown location that is convenient, but might be too noisy for some guests.
1555 Malabia House Hotel

1555 Malabia House Hotel Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The Malabia House Hotel is housed in a quaint 18th-century building situated on a tree-lined, cobblestone street in Palermo Soho, an upscale shopping and dining-focused neighborhood. The bed and breakfast (rates include free breakfast and a free evening reception) has only 15 rooms and an intimate, romantic feel; rooms are simple but cozy; the small inner courtyard brings in a lot of natural light; and the 24-hour concierge is helpful for night owls. But four rooms miss out on the more romantic vibe by having down-the-hall (albeit private) bathrooms, and thin walls means guests can often hear the comings and goings of others.
562 Nogaro Hotel Buenos Aires

562 Nogaro Hotel Buenos Aires Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The 562 Nogaro Hotel is a 136-room property set in a historic building near City Hall in bustling Microcentro. Interiors retain a touch of their original charm, but recent renovations have given the hotel a more contemporary feel. Basic rooms are comfortable with wood floors, minibars, and free Wi-Fi (though service is spotty). Bathrooms have shower/tub combos and bidets, but despite upgrades, rooms still show a bit of wear and tear and some have older tube TVs. The original windows open, but some rooms on lower floors can experience traffic noise from the street below. Breakfast is offered daily in the Salon Marsella and the atmospheric lobby bar serves light fare and drinks. The hotel has a fitness center -- though it's tiny -- and a business center for more reliable Internet.
Livian Guest House

Livian Guest House Rating: 3.0 Pearls

This quaint, artsy B&B is housed in a French-inspired 1920s building in the upscale shopping district of Palermo. Its decor reflects Buenos Aires' eclectic charm: The warm lobby, for example, has aqua-splashed walls and a collection of colorful paintings. Each of the eight simple, unpretentious rooms has a unique name and accompanying style; all feature quirky art. Although the rooms are generally clean, some of the bathrooms could use a scrub and are quite outdated. None of the rooms have TVs or other basic amenities, but the communal area has a flat-screen TV. This area is adjacent to the business center (with only one computer) and the quiet breakfast room, which serves a free daily breakfast. Outside, guests can relax on an upper- or ground-level terrace/garden. Overall, Livian is cozy and sweet, but a few improvements and deep cleanings could give the place an extra boost.


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