Looking for a place to stay in Buenos Aires? Then look no further than Kenton Palace Buenos Aires, a family-friendly hotel that brings the best of Buenos Aires to your doorstep.
The rooms offer a flat screen TV and a minibar, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available, allowing you to rest and refresh with ease.
Kenton Palace Buenos Aires features a 24 hour front desk, a concierge, and room service. In addition, as a valued Kenton Palace Buenos Aires guest, you can enjoy a pool and free breakfast that are available on-site. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to paid private parking available on-site.
Close to some of Buenos Aires' most popular landmarks, such as Centro Cultural Kirchner (0.6 mi) and Luna Park (0.7 mi), Kenton Palace Buenos Aires is a great destination for tourists.
While visiting Buenos Aires, you may want to try some tapas at one of the nearby restaurants, such as Cabaña Las Lilas, Floreria Atlantico, or Cafe San Juan.
Best of all, Kenton Palace Buenos Aires makes it easy to experience many great Buenos Aires attractions like Recoleta, Palacio Barolo, and Museo Nacional De Arte Decorativo, which are some popular historic sites.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Kenton Palace Buenos Aires as you experience everything Buenos Aires has to offer.
I stayed at Kenton Palace 3 nights as part of a group tour (one night when I first arrived in South America, then two nights after we returned to the city from Patagonia). This was my first trip to South America. As a solo traveler, I asked around about how safe I would be in Buenos Aires so I knew what to expect when I first arrived before I met the group. I heard a lot of "don't take your cell phone out, watch for pickpockets, don't wear flashy jewelry". Even as a frequent visitor to New York City, this made me think I was in dire danger just stepping outside my hotel in Buenos Aires. I learned later that while there are dangerous areas of Buenos Aires (as in any city), the area around Kenton Palace was relatively safe for a solo female such as myself to wander around. It's close to Plaza de Mayo, and many restaurants and small shops. On Sundays, there is a street market right outside of the hotel. I probably would not wander around alone after dark here, but during the day alone and walking back to the hotel at night with my tour group seemed fine - but of course, use common sense as you would in any city. The staff was very friendly and enough spoke English which was helpful (I would have tried my best to speak Spanish if needed but they probably wouldn't have understood my bad Spanish though :)) I didn't try the breakfast, so I can't speak to that, unfortunately. But when I first arrived, and was so hungry, yet the hotel restaurant was closed, someone in the restaurant offered to make me a sandwich. I don't know if he would have been happy had I taken him up on that LOL which is understandable since they were closed, but it was very nice of him to offer. The rooms had a sleek look and were spacious, but there was no carpet. While this can give a modern look to the room, I prefer carpet to dampen any noise. But with earplugs, I was able to sleep fine although I heard the occasional chair being dragged across the floor in the room above me. There was a room safe, which I found useful. Some of the rooms may not have ample "closet" space, depending on your length of stay. The closet is more like a unit of shelves against the wall, with one of the spaces having hangers. My first night, I had a pretty large closet/shelf area, but the second and third night it was quite small. No issues for me since I was staying only a few nights though. The front desk (as most hotels probably do) was able to arrange for a taxi for me to the airport upon the end of my tour, which was convenient. Just a picky point - the shower's floor was made of wood slats. As a concept I thought this was cool - but for practical reasons, I didn't prefer it since I don't know how easy it is to thoroughly clean a wood shower floor. Also, please keep in mind that you will be required to pay some kind of tax (?) upon checking out in cash. When I stayed there, it was $1 USD per night. Not expensive, but wanted to mention this since it can't be put on a credit or debit card. They did take US dollars for it. For those who prefer a view from the room, please note that some of the room views may be of the wall of a nearby building. I didn't care about that though since my room was just for sleeping and to house my stuff while I was out. The rooms toward the front of the hotel (which I had my first night) seem to have a nicer view of the street. Overall, I enjoyed my stay here and think it's a good choice for its location and the helpfulness of the staff.…
Stayed here for 5 days. Positive- rooms were good size and well laid out. Breakfast were dire- staff did not connect and more interested in each other or their own children in the kitchen. Cold cooked chicken- occasionally not fully cooked and burnt scrambled eggs, fruit that was not fresh- out of date pastries- it was really awful! We paid to use the spa/ gym- the jacuzzi was not working so it was a tiny hot area of water- difficult to call it a pool. Tiles also missing and cut my foot. The gym was out of date and rubbish, the sauna not turned on. On one occasion we returned to find no towels in the room- none! At checking out we struggled to make head or tails of the bill as there were 3 different bills?! We are happy to use boutique hotels but please learn from this and better yourselves- I will be talking to our tour agents as this fell well below a reasonable standard.…
We stayed in this city centre hotel for 5 nights. Our room was large, as was the bed. Everything was very clean. There was a dressing area with lots of storage space, washbasin and a bath. The toilet and shower were separate. We did get a drainsy smell in the bathroom on occasion though, maybe due to old city plumbing. There was a kettle and cups in the room which is unusual in Argentina. It does at least mean you can buy some coffee for your room if you want to. It did cause a problem for us that the check in time was 2pm, we were left kicking our heels for quite a long time before we get in our room on arrival. This wasn't ideal after a long flight. The room had TV, aircon and a fridge (which both ran quietly). The reception staff were friendly. Breakfast was included and there was a good selection of food. If you had an early start, coffee and pastries were available in reception. The location of this hotel is great, it's close to Plaza de Mayo. There are many restaurants, cafes and shops around and many of the tourists sites are close by. We felt safe in the area even at night, there were plenty of police around. There are probably better hotels in BA, but for us, the location was big benefit of this one.…
Very close to main tourist attractions. Clean rooms. Weekend market nearby which is fun. Good range of local restaurants for Dinner. Breakfast is ok, comparable to where Sales people would usually stay. Acceptable but nothing special Very helpful staff arranged trip to watch a River Plate football match. Buenos Aires is a lovely city and friendly- even to Brits! Make sure you take a trip to la boca area for good shopping and street displays of dancing.
Good hotel. Was told had been upgraded to suite. Had a massive room including a desk and a bathroom big enough to have a party in with separate bath and shower. Breakfast adequate. Wanted to have dinner there on the first night due to late arrival but when reception directed me into the restaurant, I was then told it was closed. Good position and about a 10min walk to the Waterfront which has lots of restaurants and bars. Large market on Sundays on Defensa street