It's on chaotic Avenida Córdoba, so you're better off choosing it if you're here in town on business or if you're looking for American-style service and nothing more. Rooms are clean, comfortable, and look like any other chain-hotel rooms in the world; for a little peace, request one facing away from the avenue. The street-level lobby café is one of the best places in the city to gawk inconspicuously at gorgeous Argentine passersby.
May 29, 2007
The Sheraton Libertador could not be better located. It is literally a one minute walk to the shopping on Florida St, five minute cab ride to Recoleta, and five minute cab to the Porto restaurants. If you are from Chicago, New York, or L.A. the street that the Sheraton is on, Cordoba, will not seem that busy to you, as written in the Fodor review. Request a high floor and you will get a partial river view along with a good view of the city. Personally,
i think that their classic room is above average in size. Very cozy, with nice browns and great pillows. Food in the hotel was very good and consistent. The service was beyond what i anticapated for South America, and alomost all front desk employees spoke English and at least one other language, if not two. Overall, a great experience at this hotel.