Spent two nights at this boutique hotel on a recent long weekend getaway. It was very warm and cozy. Staff was extremely helpful and friendly. No problem if you don't speak Spanish as most Argentinians speak some English, especially in restaurants, hotels and tourist areas. The room was nice and clean and the best thing was that it is centrally located. Short walking distance to shops, restaurants and other tourist areas. I felt safe walking home around midnight after enjoying a Tango show downtown near the shopping center on main street. Don't forget to bring a power converter as they do use 220. The hotel lent me the equipment to convert the current from 220 to 110 so I could charge my laptop and cell phone.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Welcome to the Meliá Buenos AiresOur most important objective is to provide you with a warm and welcoming atmosphere for you to enjoy to the full.This modern hotel provides 209 spacious and comfortable rooms including Standard Rooms, Superior Rooms, Deluxe Rooms, Junior Suites, Executive Suites and Premium Suites. All the rooms have been carefully designed and combine elegance, quality service and the latest technology, as well as modern temperature control systems and soundproofing.The rooms are fully equipped with individually controlled central heating, LCD TV, desk, broad band Internet connection and WiFi, 2 telephone lines, minibar, safe, kettle, shoe-shine service and 24 hour room service. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Sol Melia Buenos Aires
- Buenos Aires Melia