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Trip Report Buenos Aires hotels

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Having garnered a lot of information before our recent BA trip from this forum, I would like to
add my comments re the hotels we stayed in.
1 Rooneys Hotel. Very central and within walking distance ( or at least a short and inexpensive taxi ride) from most important sites. The atmosphere at Rooneys was pleasant, and friendly, rooms large and comfortable , breakfasts great and a bonus of tango lessons in the foyer (free ) Reccommended
2 Krista Boutique Hotel . Our least favourite hotel, mainly because the only sitting /breakfast room was used for conferences during the day. Maybe ok in a large hotel, but these people took precedence over the guests. The area was unattractive, though there were some good restaurantsnear by.
3 The Legado Mitico Stunning hotel in every way. The breakfast room/lounge was a substantial library with wonderful seating areas opening to a large courtyard and our room was beautiful with its own library. All this set amongst cobbled streets, lined with boutiques and restaurants. Great staff-I couls possibly live here!!

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