We stayed for 9 nights and were given a free upgrade to a business suite at check in. Our room was on the top floor in a very quiet wing of the hotel. There were plenty of tourists and business people in the hotel but they didn't put anyone in our wing, so we had a very nice, quiet stay. We were also very pleased with the breakfast buffet. The location was excellent with 2 metro stations nearby and it was also possible to walk to the plaza de Mayo.
Traveller from Vancouver, BC, Canada
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
The hotel is OK, but services like Internet is not OK, so business people may face a lot of connectivity issues, I try several times with the front desk people but no solution was done.
To get an iron for clothes as it is announced it is a challenge.
The location is great, the cleaning people is great but the front desk people needs training a lot.
The Hotel is OK, but they have to solve the Internet issues, and front desk people to be train on customer needs/ customer satisfaction.
Juan from San Jose
Located in Downtown Buenos Aires, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Obelisco and Teatro Colon. Plaza de Mayo and …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.