- Not all rooms have a nice view
- No full-length mirrors in rooms
In the heart of the quiet and refined neighborhood of Recoleta, close to art galleries, cultural institutions, historic landmarks and parks, and shopping districts
Recoleta takes it name from the Recollect Fathers, a Franciscan order that established itself in the area during the early 18th century. The order built a monastery, church and what would eventually become the famous Recoleta Cemetery. Featuring striking 19th and 20th century funerary art and architecture, the cemetery today is the final resting place for many of Argentina’s most influential political figures, including former First Lady Eva “Evita” Peron. Recoleta is also close to the Recoleta Cultural Center, the National Library of Argentina, and the National Museum of Fine Arts. Downtown Buenos Aires is a 7-minute drive away.
This past Sunday night, we got to see a lot of thrilled winners climb the steps to the stage and…
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