We arrived at 6 am to the hotel and they gave us free early check in since our room was ready. The hotel its an old style hotel, but they keep it in top shape. Everything works perfectly fine in the rooms and common areas. Breakfast is very good, with a great assortment of breads, cold cuts, cheeses, eggs, fruit and cereal.
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Located in El Centro, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of San Martin Cultural Center, Obelisco, and Teatro Colon. Argentine …More
Excelent location and the best staff ever, they gave us really nice and complete advice on where to go, eat, shop, etc. The hotel is beautiful. Just thought the room was too small and could have at least one bottle of free water.
Located in Old Palermo, this romantic hotel is 0.2 mi (0.4 km) from Serrano Square and within 3 mi (5 km) of Teatro Colon and …More
this hotel was fantastic. rooms were nice and comfortable, nice views of puerto madero, and the breakfast offering was huge and delicious. this is a great hotel in PM and will definitely be staying here again.
Located in Puerto Madero, this luxury hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Pontifical Catholic University of Argentina, Casa …More
There was a lot of noise around my room that apparently wasn't related to other guests. Also, too dark.
The hotel is close to Puerto Madero and other venues. The restaurant menu doesn't have many options, but the waiter attending the bar is great on making things happen.
Regal Pacific Buenos Aires is a 5-minute walk from the gleaming high-rises and posh steakhouses lining the Puerto Madero …More
The hotel, rooms, cleanliness, service were all superb. Free breakfast is a nice although options not as comprehensive as other places, but hey, it's free so I'm not complaining. The location was ok to get to Palermo nightlife but otherwise seemed a bit further from other attractions. Everything is a 1-2 mi walk away
Located in Palermo, this spa hotel is 0.1 mi (0.2 km) from Evita Museum and within 3 mi (5 km) of Teatro Colon and Obelisco …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.