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Two best hotels near Recoleta Buenos Aires

by Sandeep Pandey Blogger

With its sumptuous stately homes and plush hotels, Recoleta falls under the most affluent neighborhood in Buenos Aires. If two words could sum up Recoleta then they would be “Old Money”. Its picturesque views are one of the prettiest parts of Buenos Aires, and it is well maintained and clean. You’ll find this place of immense historical interest, namely the impressive Recoleta Cemetery (YAY for history enthusiasts!). This city boasts museums, cultural centers, and historical landmarks, and the most impressive part is that as a tourist you can find something of interest on any given day of the week. It has an unlimited collection of bars and restaurant so you are sure to find something to suit your taste. With its elegant European architecture and wide boulevards, this city is one reason why Buenos Aires also happens to be known as the ‘Paris of South America.’ Whenever you plan your visit, don’t forget to check out La Isla, Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, Libreria El Ateneo Grand Splendid, Plaza Francia, Biblioteca Nacional, and Parque Thalys. Before planning your trip, we’ll suggest you do a little bit of research for Hotels in Recoleta to avoid any kind of hassle during your vacation.

 

Melia Recoleta Plaza Hotel


Located at Posadas 1557, Melia Recoleta Plaza Hotel is a four-and-a-half-star property with a hot tub, spa facilities, luxurious décor and it also offers an on-site beauty shop and gourmet dining options in upscale Recoleta neighborhood. Melia Recoleta Plaza Hotel’s building features polished marble floors, plush rugs, and decorated pillars in full 5-star fashion. Each air-conditioned room facilitates with carpeted floors, elegant floor-to-ceiling curtains, and stylish wood furnishings. They also offer flat-screen cable TVs and some rooms feature laptops and free access to high-speed internet services and mini-bars. Private bathrooms come with bathrobes and some of them are decorated with olive green tile work and feature spa baths. Guests enjoy buffet breakfast served every morning at Bistro Recoleta. Guests also enjoy a drink at Jazz Voyeur Piano Ba, and Terraza Mallorca and Bistro Recoleta offer gourmet dishes. The property is 6 blocks from The Fine Arts Museum and the historic Recoleta Cemetery. Jorge Newbery Airport is 2.5 mi away, and car rentals and shuttles can be arranged as well. 

 

 

Ayacucho Palace Hotel


Located at Ayacucho 1408, Ayacucho Palace Hotel is a three-star property that offers a blend of classical and contemporary design, centrally situated in the trendy Recoleta district, just 1476 feet from the nearest subway station. Rooms at this property have soft yellow lighting and classic décor. Each room accommodates with air conditioning, cable TV and seating areas with comfortable sofas and private bathrooms are equipped with hairdryers. The property also offers free high-speed Wi-Fi. Guests enjoy a daily breakfast buffet with croissants, marmalades, and seasonal fruits available and the Café Bar serves fresh pastries, light meals, and coffee. If guests are looking for guided tours and car rental services, they can inquire about it in the modern orange and green lobby. The property is 14 mi from Don Torcuato Airport and 2.5 mi from Jorge Newbery Airport. 

 

All the above hotels have a few common things and they are - excellent service, comfort, budget hotels with complimentary wireless internet, and location close to Recoleta. Explore TravOpedia to get online promotional codes by exploring the web & that will help you save large. We hope that the details provided in this post will assist you in finding your desired Hotels in Buenos Aires. You may also consider bundling up Buenos Aires Hotels and Flights to Buenos Aires to save both time and money.


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