CASASUR BELLINI HOTEL
Cabello 3780, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Buenos Aires has an unbelievable variety of so-called boutique resorts. What can differentiate one from another? The dimensions, such as: a few have five chambers, the others fifty. And details that change from one to another, including a hectic rooftop bar, a superb spa, a heated outdoor pool or free tango lessons. Oh, and also the clear, the extremely significant site.
The latter is solved at CasaSur Bellini: the brand new eighty-room resort, the younger brother of this exact well-priced CasaSur Art Hotel in Recoleta, includes an extremely desired location in the center of an elegant neighborhood filled with greenery called Palermo Botánico. It’s only around the corner by the zoo, the Evita museum and the tropical gardens, surrounded on all sides with enchanting outdoor festivals where beautiful individuals peacefully relish their lemonades. Indoors, passing the reception along with the elegant bistro which also acts as a breakfast area, is CasaSur Bellini’s most notable point of curiosity. And it is especially noticeable if the scorching sun shines on town from mid-spring to fall. It’s a swimming pool with appealing divans within an inner patio.
Upstairs, the rooms will also be bigger than normal to the region. The design is classically contemporary, using a elegant Argentine twist: crisp white beds using woolen blankets, framed black and white photographs, compact baths with fluffy towels and tropical woods showers. Another benefit? All have private balconies and appealing kitchens stocked with champagne flutes and jar openers. Just take an idea and purchase a bottle of Malbec in one of the numerous markets or stores in the area. Simply speaking, the CasaSur Bellini is a refreshing alternative to the saturated choice of boutique hotels in town. Do not lose out on numerous descriptions, just keep in mind that this specific resort has two major benefits in its favour: Palermo Botánico and the pool.
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