The front door faces a small street but the location is great. Walkable to restaurant, shopping mall or main attractions. The room is new and very clean. the reception is very helpful and speak English well (Overall, people in Argentina speaks little English).
The only thing could be better is that the breakfast buffet is exactly the same every day. And the gym is little bit out-dated.
Regal Pacific Buenos Aires is a 5-minute walk from the gleaming high-rises and posh steakhouses lining the Puerto Madero …More
We found the Savoy to be well situated for us to be able to walk to many interesting areas like the San Telmo market, National Congress building and good restaurants. The hotel could do with being updated but it has a lovely feeling of yesteryear grandeur which we found to be a wonderful sanctuary from the bustle of the streets outside. As travellers from Australia with very limited Spanish we found the staff friendly and able to assist us in English.
Traveller from victoria, Australia
Located in Downtown Buenos Aires, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of San Martin Cultural Center, Obelisco, and Teatro Colon …More
Hotel is nicely located for the metro and buses as well as a supermarket nearby.
Got to hotel after a fair bit of travelling and keen to Skype home. Rather than just issuing a password for internet access as pretty much any other hotel in the world there was a tedious logging in process as guests have to enter their room number and passport to access the internet. As your passport has to be logged before you can access the internet it's 15 minutes before you can use it. They also have a pathetic 2 tier internet system so you can check emails for free but if you want to watch a video or use Skype you have to pay a daily additional charge. If you have 2 devices and want to use the internet (a phone & tablet) you have to log out of one and sign in with the other. Pointlessly frustrating. I felt embarrassed for the staff trying to explain this ridiculous system.
Traveller from Brighton, uk
Located in Downtown Buenos Aires, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Cafe Tortoni, Obelisco, and Buenos Aires …More
a group of us booked into this hotel as we were attending a nearby meeting and we wanted to stay on over the weekend and complete our document output. From photos on the web, the lobby looked appropriate for this purpose and the price was reasonable for those of us on NGO budgets.
The staff actually allowed us to stay in the breakfast room (normally closed after 10 am) and work all day Saturday and Sunday which was a lot easier than using the lobby.
There was no charge for late check out, they located taxi's that could take us 4 at a time to the airport (cutting that cost in half) and were generally exceptionally helpful.
Traveller from Winnipeg
This family-friendly Capital Federal District hotel is located in the historical district, just steps from Illuminated Block …More
We recently spent 4 nights in Buenos Aires at the Europlaza Hotel and found it to be a perfect choice for us. The location was central and enabled us to walk just about everywhere. The staff at the front desk spoke English and were extremely helpful in assisting us. That was such an important part of our stay. The rooms were clean, quiet and a decent size with a large bathroom. The breakfast was good with a variety of cheeses, meats and pastries. There are plenty of restaurants in the area with a lovely plaza across the street with bars, stores and places to eat. The only down side is that the lobby is very small with no real place to sit if you want to relax away from your room, but that is really a minor issue. This hotel is great value for its price.
Traveller from Winnipeg, Canada
Located in Downtown Buenos Aires, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of San Martin Cultural Center and Argentine National …More
The staff is outstanding but with nemaes which is fare Juan Carlos Botana, Julian Carnevale, they are one of a kind. I would only recomend softer pillows at least for me because have to return for work. Much better a room not communicate is more silent. You will feel absolutely pumpered there.
Traveller from Caracas
This boutique hotel is in the heart of Buenos Aires' business and fashion district, and within walking distance of Teatro …More
Pocket Guide: Buenos Aires Downtown Buenos Aires Hotels
Key landmarks ring Plaza de Mayo, including the Casa Rosada presidential palace, Catedral Metropolitana de Buenos Aires, city hall, and the financial district. The city never sleeps along Calle Florida and Avenida Corrientes. With its many theaters, Corrientes is akin to New York’s Broadway or London’s Strand. Nearby, Puerto Madero’s waterside warehouses are now residential lofts and businesses.