Apr 23, 2009

Buenos Aires, its Hotels and architecture

I sometimes find Buenos Aires architecture hypnotic, Buenos Aires is a cosmopolitan city, full of life and places to go, but its architecture is fantastic, and some of the greatest buildings in Buenos Aires are nowadays important hotels.

Buenos Aires is a city that has a hotel infrastructure that is in constant growth. Among the many hotels that exist in Buenos Aires, there are some who draw attention for its beautiful buildings and make a worthwhile article to highlight these qualities.

One of these is the Alvear Palace Hotel, located in the neighborhood of Recoleta is the largest 5 star hotel in Buenos Aires, the hotel was opened in 1932, after nearly ten years of design and construction and since 2003 it is an Architectural Heritage and History of the City of Buenos Aires.

Another of the important and oldest hotels in the city of Buenos Aires is the Claridge Hotel, a 5 star hotel located in the midst of the business, banking and entertainment district. A few steps away from the most outstanding points of interest in the city.

The Marriott Plaza Hotel is one of the oldest hotels of Buenos Aires and one of the most known, located in Plaza San Martin, near the centre of Buenos Aires, the Hotel was founded in 1909 and has been internationally recognized for its elegance, prestige and outstanding service.

Certainly these Hotels are expensive for the most of the people, but there are lots of alternatives to stay, you can easily find and reserve Hotels in Buenos Aires visiting HotelsCombined.com, but it is trully not a bad idea to at least go and visit the Hotels I mentioned to see their beautiful architecture and luxury.


  1. Wow nice view!! I like the structure of the hotels. I wish I can visit that place too. Thanks for sharing it.

  2. Thanks for the comment!, some hotels of Buenos Aires are great beacause of the architecture of them. They are nice places to see.

  3. Nice building...! Architect work at his best... Looks so beautiful, wise i could spend some nights there... ;)

  4. Hi Guarav! if you have enough money you can spend some nights, there are spectacular hotels.

  5. I would love to visit Argentina someday.

  6. As usual, super photos! Thanks for sharing another part of your wonderful city with us. This would be one place I would definitely like to visit with my wife.

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