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Sofitel Buenos Aires

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At a Glance

    Pros

  • on a quiet, swanky street lined with art galleries
  • lovely beds and amenities

    Cons

  • the lobby can get crowded and noisy during receptions and art-gallery exhibition openings

Sofitel Buenos Aires Review

Built in 1929 by a Yugoslavian shipping magnate, the tower was the tallest building in the city for some years; left to disrepair, it was restored and renovated by Sofitel in 2003, and is now one of the classiest hotels in Buenos Aires, known for its understated elegance with French flair. Upper-level rooms are large and bright, offering amazing panoramic views of Buenos Aires and the Rio de la Plata. All the hotel's beds are triple-layered, with down featherbeds and comforters. Soft carpets, dark-wood furnishings, French curtains, and fresh flowers add to the allure, as do modern amenities like in-room espresso machines, Bose stereos, and cordless printers. One of the city's nicest cafés, Café Arroyo, and the well-regarded restaurant Le Sud are on-site.

    Hotel Details

  • 115 rooms, 28 suites.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 12-20-2011

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