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Marcelo T. Alvear 1695, Buenos Aires, Argentina

After it went down in the beginning of the century, the Argentine economy has seemingly recovered splendidly, assuming that the current wave of hotel openings is regarded as a sign of the (forget about inflation and GDP, the only indicator that matters to people). Is the indicator of boutique resorts). Suddenly, it is like a new, contemporary, high-class hotel was constructed in each corner of Buenos Aires, and the Buenos Aires cE, Design Hotel, is one of the finest first-class hotels that appeared in 2006.

The building, designed by the Buenos Aires architect Ernesto Goransky, contrasts apparently with the Parisian flavor of the Plaza Rodríguez Peña, situated in the Barrio Norte of Buenos Aires. The assortment of rooms ranges from the compact and practical, to the spacious with high ceilings, but they all offer exterior views from floor to ceiling windows and are equipped with flat screen televisions which aim to pull all audiences. Maybe they’re not comfy, but this lack is replaced by visual impact force and the panorama that dominates from the suites with balcony is particularly extraordinary.

That the resort offers little more than a little bar-cafeteria doesn’t matter too much, because, nowadays, there are no isolated resorts in Buenos Aires. The Buenos Aires cE, Design Hotel, is situated in a really attractive place from the viewpoint of nightlife, shopping and culture; the shops on Santa Fe Avenue are among the finest in the city.

How to get:

Buenos Aires cE, Design Hotel is approximately 45 minutes by car from the Ezeiza International Airport, 15 minutes by car from the National Airport, and 15 minutes by car from the areas of La Boca and Palermo Hollywood. If You Would like to hire a transfer service.

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