Hotel Boutique Racó
At a Glance
- the working-class neighborhood of Almagro where the owner was born and raised is a taste of "real" Buenos Aires and a short distance from many main attractions
- the downstairs common area feels somewhat hodgepodge and functions as a gallery, breakfast space, bar, and wine-tasting room
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Hotel Boutique Racó Review
Occupying a former home identical in style to the old-money mansions of San Telmo, this hotel's rooms open to the central patio, where many guests, often couples, choose to take their breakfast. From the second-floor of the lofted balcony ringing the patio, the San Carlos Basílica is visible and the chiming bells audible. Rooms are sound-absorbent, colorful, and incorporate elements of the older version of the building from 1904, such as exposed brick ceilings and stained glass.
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