I stayed at this hotel for a week with my wife prior to a fishing trip in Patagonia. The hotel was a good value. The room was a little cramped because of my extra fishing gear but not a problem as we spent most of the time exploring the city. It is within walking distance (1-2k) from the cemetery holding Evita Paron's body and the same distance in the opposite direction to Mayor's square. It is close to the buses but not the underground. The hotel staff were not familiar with how to obtain a bus pass or the rules but did point us to the post office where we were able to get them (passport required). The routes are confusing (over 300) and no maps but the people waiting at the stops were helpful in telling which bus would take us to our destination.
- Also Known As:
- Bel Air Buenos Aires
- Hotel Bel Air
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The excellent location in Recoleta combined with a dedicated attention and outstanding services, make Hotel Bel Air one of the best choices of allotment in Buenos Aires that can be found in the "3 star allotment in Buenos Aires" hotel type. This prestigious Hotel in the Buenos Aires city has luminous and well-equipped rooms and suites, two wide meeting lounges (Vicente Lopez and Arenales) with professional event planners, business center with free internet access, gym, wi fi zone and a luxurious restaurante inside the Hotel called bisabis that serves delicious national and international meals as well as a complete wine card. ... more less
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