Had the best bathroom and shower of our vacation. Brand new high quality hotel so everything was sparkling. Breakfast was good but with very runny eggs. Coffee was NorteAmericano unless you asked for something stronger. A bit pricey.
Traveller from Indy
Located in Puerto Madero, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Women's Bridge and Presidente Sarmiento Frigate Ship …More
"Great contemporary hotel - definitely recommended!"
Palo Santo Hotel was a great surprise - much better than expected. Huge, light, contemporary room with super comfortable bed and balcony onto very green (lots of plants) rear courtyard. Great breakfast with good choice. Good location for exploring Palmero and getting the metro into the City. Hotel also provides useful guide telling you the history of various areas and what to see. Plus free welcome glass of vino. Would definitely stay there again.
Traveller from London
Located in Old Palermo, this boutique hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Distrito Arcos, La Rural Convention Center, and Plaza …More
This hotel by far, exceeded my expectations, so well designed, harmonious with the environment and applying to our senses in such defined way. Loved it and if you are a hipster definitely give it a try
Traveller from virginia
Located in Old Palermo, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Distrito Arcos and Serrano Square. Mercado de las Pulgas and …More
A beautiful older hotel with nice large rooms and bathrooms. The rooftop bar and pool are great. Breakfast was delicious with many options. Had the welcome afternoon tea which was a really nice touch. The Recoleta area is nice.
Traveller from san francisco
This family-friendly Buenos Aires hotel is located near the airport, within 1 mi (2 km) of San Martin Square, Teatro Colon …More
This hotel is in a nice central spot. The outside of the hotel was not that great as there were some construction going in the street. But, the inside was fine. I was pleased with my stay at this hotel.
Traveller from New York
Regal Pacific Buenos Aires is a 5-minute walk from the gleaming high-rises and posh steakhouses lining the Puerto Madero …More
Italian immigrants arrived in Argentina via La Boca, and it is where the city’s Little Italy took root. La Boca is also the birthplace of Argentine tango. This rich heritage is on display at El Caminito, an open-air market and museum. Nearby, San Telmo is one of the city’s better-preserved historical areas. Plaza Dorrego’s Sunday antiques market also hosts tango dancers and street performers.