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This luxurious Buenos Aires hotel is in the elite La Recoleta district, across the street from the fabulous Patio Bullrich shopping center, steps away from all ...
Located in Recoleta, this aparthotel is within a 15-minute walk of El Ateneo Grand Splendid and Praxis. Teatro Colon and Obelisco are also within 1 mi (2 ...
Are you planning to make memories in Argentina's capital, Buenos Aires? If so, then consider staying in Recoleta, which you'll find 2 miles (3 kilometers) to the north of Buenos Aires' heart.
The Teatro Colon, Casa Rosada and Obelisco are popular visitor attractions you should check out when you're exploring Buenos Aires.
Recoleta is a favored area to hang around as it gives travelers access must-see Buenos Aires experiences, including the Argentine National Congress and Plaza San Martin.
Stay right by the Torre de los Ingleses, a highly recommended Recoleta destination, where you'll have a wide range of hotels to select from, such as the Park Tower, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Buenos Aires, CasaSur Recoleta, Hilton Buenos Aires, Meliá Recoleta Plaza and Plaza Hotel Buenos Aires.
Recoleta has a handful of accommodations available, but you and your fellow travelers near to the city center and close to both the Japanese Garden and the National Library. Choose the Be Jardin Escondido by Coppola and The Glu Boutique Hotel - Palermo Soho to be close to the Japanese Garden, or choose from the Magnolia Hotel Boutique and Poetry Building to be in closer proximity to the National Library.
Even though Recoleta features some places to stay, you should also consider securing a place to stay in San Telmo and Balvanera. Check out our San Telmo hotels guide and Travelocity's Balvanera hotels guide.
Those who are roaming in Buenos Aires should be pleased to know that Travelocity's accommodations page contains a range of places to put your feet up.