26 Nov. - 27 Nov.
26 Nov. - 27 Nov.
29 Oct. - 30 Oct.
Friendly staff. Central location. Very reasonably priced
had a great stay here. the staff is great. really helpfull in making reservations at restaurants. everyone speaks many languages, well. the rooms were clean and nice, the bathroom quite large. everyone was very friendly. the hotel bar was perfect for some tea and cookies before we flew back home ...
I'm told this is rated as the world's 9th best hotel. If that's true, I'm not sure I want to see the top 8. There are some, probably, more lavish and certainly newer, but from its location in the midst of Recoleta to its architecture to the incredible attention to detail at every level, the Alvear ...
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Welcome to Buenos Aires, one of Latin America's most unforgettable destinations. Whether you're chilling at an artsy cafe or taking in a football match, you'll be immersed in its fabulous blend of cultures.
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