Small boutique hotel, the front office staff was very nice and all spoke some English. Although check in time is 3pm, the earned major points when they gave me my room when I arrived at 10:30am. I had the standard room, good size in all areas. Coffee maker, microwave, mini fridge, and plates, silver ware, glasses and coffee cups for 2 people. Nice sized table for 4. Small balcony which I enjoyed, however if you want any chairs you need to move the ones from the dining table. Weather was cool when I was there but air conditioner was effective and quiet, I wish a lot of American hotels would learn the desirability of quiet air conditioning.
To keep the warmth in I prefer a shower with a door, which mine did not have. The only time that I received coffee for the coffee machine was when I specifically requested it the day before, the first day or two I was there I used the one green and one black teas that were there and they were never replaced, leaving only herbal varieties that I only used one of. The toilets are somewhat noisy and you can hear the adjoining units, other than that the only noise I heard from other guests at the hotel were infrequently from the hallway. All hard flooring and the edges of the room were not really clean. The space adjacent to the hotel is under construction, the noise was only during the day and I did not find it disruptive, however if you had a room on the east side of the hotel with a wall against that space it might be worse. From the look of things the construction will be continuing for a good while. While these were all just minor to me the only real issue I had was the internet service. The first day and a half I was there it worked fine, and then the next morning it wasn't working on my floor, I talked to the day people on the front desk several times and they said they were working on it. Later when I talked to the evening person he seemed to know nothing about it, he was very nice, and worked on it himself for a while, to no effect. By the middle of the next afternoon they had fixed it, and it worked fine for 24 hours, then gradually started degrading until by the time I left 3 days later it was essentially non functioning again on my floor. They have routers for every two floors and when I was having difficulty on my floor I could go to the spa or the lobby, or sit in the hallway and connect to a router from another floor, which worked OK, however, did not provide the quiet or privacy I needed.
I liked the included buffet breakfast very much, it doesn't vary so if your stay is long it might be a little monotonous. Real scrambled eggs, another thing for American hotels to learn, and ham, lots of bread choices, medialunas, which are Argentinian croissants, slightly sweet, juice, fresh fruit salad, yogurts, cold cereal, cold meats and cheese, fresh fruits, fresh squeezed orange juice, and excellent homemade pastries. The regular coffee was standard Argentinian fare, which I didn't care for, but the espresso was good, and the attendants very nice.
They have a pillow menu, the TV had at least 10 channels that were in English at least some of the time which was an unexpected, pleasant surprise. Hair dryer. No iron. Fairly quiet at night.
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