If you’re looking for a trendy hotel in Buenos Aires, look no further than Hotel Pulitzer Buenos Aires.
Nearby landmarks such as Centro Cultural Kirchner (0.5 mi) and Luna Park (0.6 mi) make Hotel Pulitzer Buenos Aires a great place to stay when visiting Buenos Aires.
Guest rooms offer amenities such as a flat screen TV, a minibar, and air conditioning, and guests can go online with free wifi offered by the hotel.
Hotel Pulitzer Buenos Aires features room service, a concierge, and a rooftop terrace, to help make your stay more enjoyable. The property also boasts a pool and free breakfast.
If you are looking for a good sushi restaurant, you may want to check out Gourmet Porteno, La Bistecca, or Gran Bar Danzon while staying at Hotel Pulitzer Buenos Aires.
During your visit, be sure to check out popular attractions like El Ateneo Grand Splendid (1.0 mi), Recoleta (1.0 mi), and Recoleta Cemetery (1.2 mi), which are all within walking distance of the hotel.
The staff at Hotel Pulitzer Buenos Aires looks forward to serving you during your upcoming visit.
Excellent location. Hotel clean, concierge service excellent but for one. Breakfast excellent as is the attached, but separate, restaurant. Ate there every night. Taxis in Buenos Aries cheap, prompt. No tips necessary but very appreciated and deserved especially in the Argentina inflation problems . One of the desk staff NOT the younger ones who had good English and integrity, was running a taxi scam with a driver from Imperial Taxi. We fell for his line and paid 5 times more than our friends to travel to cruise port. This caused our friends who were returning to the City after our cruise to go elsewhere. Tainted the stay. All other people we met in this Hotel and in Argentina were fantastic and helpful.
We stayed two midweek nights at this hotel and found it very pleasant. The decor is stylish and inviting both in the lobby, main restaurant, and the room. The location means you can walk to lots of sights (2 mins to Plaza San Martin, 25 mins to Recoleta cemetery). The downside is there are no views from the rooms as the hotel is located in the narrow streets of the city. We had a nightcap in the ground floor bar and found it a very pleasant way to end the evening. Breakfast was quite average with a limited selection and the style of the breakfast room in the basement felt out of odds with the style of the rest of the hotel. Staff we helpful - we got our room 20 minutes early which meant we didn’t have to wait and they provided an iron and ironing board very quickly when asked. I’d happily consider staying here again.…
On paper had potential to be great but a little rough around the edges. Our original deluxe room had basic air con but we kindly got upgraded which was welcomed and that room much nicer. They ran out of lots of basic things at breakfast, even early which was a shame and the pool area needs some work, one day the pool was even green! A good base for exploring BA but definitely needs some improvement.
In Argentina there are two exchange rates - the grey (official rate - currently c. 110 to the US$) and the blue (unofficial rate - currently c.200 to US$). Every hotel we stayed in over a two week holiday (6 hotels) gave us the blue rate and The Pulitzer decided to give us the grey meaning they cost twice as much as everyone else. Beware! I confronted them at the time and they said it was internal policy and would get back to me but needless to say never did. There are just as other hotels (we stayed in NH Collections round the corner - which is just as good if not better) where I paid less for three nights than I did for one night at The Pulitzer. It is definitely not worth it and if you stay there you are being ripped off.
Centrally located international standard hotel, clean, silent at night, as not much traffic in the street. pedestrian area “Florida” with a lot of shops and restaurants round the corner. Good breakfast and friendly staff.
This hotel is centrally located - near Teatro Colon and the Florida shopping district. The front desk staff was very helpful. They arranged a tango show and dinner and made sure that we had transportation to the venue and back. They also arranged the ride to the airport at the end of the stay for a fixed rate. The hotel also allowed us to stay in the room for an extended checkout (for a partial day price) since we were leaving on a night flight out of Buenos Aires.
My wife and I stayed for two nights up to New Year's day 2020. The Pulitzer is one of many high quality boutique hotels in BsAs. Its location in Retiro is ideal: right by Florida street, with many shops and services, including currency exchanges with competitive rates, easily walkable to many historic sites and parks, and close to Jorge Newberry International Airport. The Sky Bar on the rooftop overlooks the city, and we enjoyed a lively New Year's party there. The hotel was stylish and mostly well-maintained. Our room was spacious and the bed was comfortable enough, but each detail could be improved. One detail bothered me regularly: the poor lighting in the lobby, room floors, and other common areas. The dark and inconsistent lighting detracted from the otherwise attractive design of the hotel. The pool was not in good condition for use, though I suspect this is the case with many amenities at other boutique hotels at this level. The breakfast was pretty basic, but again, I found this to be the caee elsewhere as well. Overall, a fine hotel in a great location, a good value.…
Neighborhood not so attractive but nice to have the rooftop bar, kind of an oasis in the area. Pool is a joke, hardly no sun reaches this dark area and you simply don't feel attracted to the surroundings. Not impressed with the service. Interior rather smart but quite outdated. Room spacious and well kept.
Changed rooms (don't ask) without too much difficulty but the second room was rally small for two people. Aircon noisy and seemed to churn the warm air only. No BBC or CNN on television. No shower gel. Breakfast OK but the water for tea was tepid. Pool tiny and difficult to access due to cushions blocking the corridor. No kettle in room. No iron either.Staff helpful but I was expecting better from the website
Staying here was a mistake. It wasn't clean or well kept. The halls smell dusty and old. The room wasn't any better. The rug appeared quite worn, and there was a balcony with no chairs. The bed dipped on one side and was quite difficult to sleep in. A/C did not work as well as it should have. The bathroom was unacceptable. Not enough towels were provided. They were poor quality, and one was stained. The shower floods the bathroom, and we had no towels to wipe up the mess. The bathtub hold mold around it and there was a rusty metal bar that stuck out and could have injured us, since we kept bumping into it. Breakfast was adequate. This hotel needs to be remodeled. We certainly wouldn't stay there again and would encourage others to look elsewhere. The neighborhood is good - right in downtown, close to the major sites and attraction. But after dark, it's not the most desirable area. Palermo and Recoleta are better areas for dining and nightlife.…