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The best of Buenos Aires
Our leading location, close to the select hall of Puerto Madero and to the famous Florida pedestrian street and San Martin Square, makes it easy to reach the commercial and financial centre.
HOW TO ARRIVE
  • Ezeiza International Airport
    Located at 37 km from the City of Buenos Aires. Length of trip: Around 1 hour. Available services of busses and taxis. Transfer services: please check availability and fees at the hotel reception.
  • Jorge Newbery Airport
    Located at only 3 km within the City of Buenos Aires. Length of trip: Around 15 minutes. Available services of busses and taxis. Transfer services: please check availability and fees at the hotel reception.
  • Retiro Station (Train and busses)
    Distance to the hotel: 4 blocks. Length of trip: Around 10 minutes. Available services of busses and taxis. Transfer services: please check availability and fees at the hotel reception.
  • Buquebus fluvial station
    Located in Puerto Madero quarter. Distance to the hotel: 5 blocks. Length of trip: Around 10 minutes. Available services of busses and taxis. Transfer services: please check availability and fees at the hotel reception.
  • Plaza San Martin Line C subway station
    Distance to the hotel: 3 blocks. Length of trip: Around 10 minutes on foot.
CLOSE TO THE BEST ATTRACTIONS OF BUENOS AIRES
Peatonal Reconquista

Reconquista Pedestrian Street

It is the perfect place to have fun in the downtown of the City of Buenos Aires. A peculiar aesthetic pedestrian street, with a lot of bars and pubs that are located all along with their tables inside and on the sidewalks, creating an entertaining and cheerful environment. Most of them have Irish style such as The Kilkenny, the most famous bar in downtown.

Peatonal Florida

Florida Street

This shopping pedestrian street begins in Rivadavia Avenue and ends in San Martín Square. Its course is riddled with business premises: shops offering regional and leather products, stores and malls, banks, book-shops, travel agencies, coffee-shops and restaurants. It is an “open-air shopping mall”. You can also enjoy street shows offered by tango dancers, guitar players, singers and illusionists, as well as delight with the view of the more beautiful buildings of Buenos Aires.

Galerías Pacífico

Galerías Pacífico

It is one of the most successful shopping malls in Argentina. It was declared National Historical Monument due to its architecture of undeniable artistic value and to its stunning murals. It has an area of 11.000 m2 and more than 150 shops and stands of leading brands, in addition to a food court with more than 18 different gastronomic proposals. These and other reasons make Galerías Pacífico an ideal place to visit, admire and shop.

Plaza San Martín

San Martín Square

It is one of the oldest squares of the City and it was the site where many historical events took place. The French landscaper Carlos Thays, who designed many of the main green areas of the City and was the Director of “Parques y Paseos” (Directorate General of Parks and Strolls) since 1891, made great contributions and incorporated new species to its vegetation. Besides its several native and foreign specimens, the square has major monuments and sculptures.

Puerto Madero

Puerto Madero

This quarter, located opposite the Buenos Aires coast, is the most modern area of the city. With magnificent crystal skyscrapers, fancy restaurants and fashionable nightclubs, Puerto Madero is enjoyed by rich and famous people. Nowadays it is considered the most important business centre and, furthermore, one of the touristic attractions you cannot skip when visiting Buenos Aires. Main attractions: Puente de la Mujer (Woman’s Bridge) – Nature Reserve.

Obelisco

Obelisk

It is the main emblem of the city. It was built in 1936 to commemorate the fourth centenary of the foundation of the city. For anyone visiting our city it is a must taking a picture of this stunning monument, strategically located in “Plaza de la República” (Republic Square), in the intersection of two of the most important avenues: 9 de Julio, which is among the world widest, and Corrientes “street”, one of the main cultural spots of the city.

Teatro Colón

Colon Theatre

One of the Argentinean icons of art, music and dance, it is the seedbed of well-known artists and one of the major theatres of the world due to its architecture, acoustic and trajectory. Guided tours let you know the vivid history of each corner and become amazed by it. For music, opera and ballet lovers, to attend a show in one of the most important lyric theatres in the world is a must.

Plaza de Mayo

Plaza de Mayo

It is the oldest square of Buenos Aires and scenario of all the most important political events of the Argentine history. Around the Plaza de Mayo you can find several historical and governmental buildings such as: the Cabildo, the Metropolitan Cathedral, the Presidential Palace (known as “Casa Rosada”, house of the National Government), the building of the Government of the City of Buenos Aires, banks and Ministry buildings.

San Telmo

San Telmo

It is one of the oldest and most traditional quarters of Buenos Aires. It is part of the Historic Area of the city and preserves a great part of its architectonic patrimony. Its cobblestone streets, low houses and patios with cisterns provide a picture that seems to be frozen in time. It also stands out for its bars, restaurants, “tanguerías” (tango salons) and, particularly, for the wide variety of antiquaries offering different kinds of products.

Patio Bullrich

Patio Bullrich Shopping Mall

It is one of the most traditional places in Buenos Aires. An emblematic space where history, tradition, classic and timeless concepts coexist with fashion and trends of the fanciest brands. The passion for details and the appreciation of the genuine is noticed in each corner of the architecture and in the mix of proposals that create an authentic luxury experience.

Recoleta

Recoleta

It is the fanciest quarter of the city due to its buildings, its shopping area and its famous cemetery. Its name derives from the Convent and Church of the Recoleta friars, who arrived in the early 18th century. It stands out for the quality of its architecture, the aristocratic condition of its residencies and palaces and for its squares. The Church, the Cemetery and the Cultural Centre make up an architectural complex rich in history.

Caminito

Caminito

It is one of the most emblematic tours of the city and is very much attractive for its visitors. Its traditional sheet “conventillos” (tenement houses) and its walls painted in different colors constitute an open-air museum. In the “Caminito Plastic Artists Fair”, contemporary artists with outstanding careers expose and sell their works, which are inspired in the colorful surroundings and in the tango feeling.