This is a decent 4-star hotel (regardless of the varying ratings claimed online) in a safe location, within easy walking distance of two Subte stations, Recoleta restaurants and Calle Florida and on a street frequented by Radio taxis and the useful 152 bus. Once we realised how cheap taxis are we used nothing else, and the hotel was always quick to call a safe one for us. Staff are professional and efficient if not particularly friendly, and their English was no problem.
The rooms are all large; even the smallest ones have plenty of space for two people, although the bathrooms are miniscule so toiletries will have to be kept in the room. The kitchenette with separate sink and mirror served well for this purpose. Beds are comfortable, black-out curtains very effective and the air conditioner fairly quiet. The street out front is very still late at night so there was no problem sleeping with the door to the spacious terrace open.
Buffet breakfast is fine, but limited. There is a decent gym, free business center and an interesting paddle-pool deck with nice views over the city. Not great for small kids or those afraid of heights but fine for relaxing in the afternoon sun.
The competitive edge for this hotel is the free 3-hour city bus tour on Saturdays and free transfers to the Sunday antique market in San Telmo. The tour is a decent introduction to the city and popular so book early, before arrival even if you can.
The hotel gladly stored our large luggage when we went on short trips to elsewhere in Argentina. Once when we returned we were "upgraded" to a larger rear-facing room which I would not recommend paying for since the airconditioning units of the surrounding skyscrapers are all at the back and they can be heard into the night even through the double glazing.
The front-facing rooms are quieter and cheaper
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