Claridge Hotel

Address: Calle Tucuman 535, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, C1049AAK, Argentina | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Calle Tucuman 535, Buenos Aires, is near Galerias Pacifico, Corrientes, Belgrano, and Palermo Chico.
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          • Restaurant
          • Fitness/Health center
          • Bar/lounge


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          • Business Services

          TravelPod Member ReviewsClaridge Hotel Buenos Aires

          Reviewed by kewpiedoll99

          It's in a grubby neighborhood but it is a gem

          Reviewed May 16, 2013
          by (1 review) , United States Flag of United States

          If you are in Buenos Aires for business in Microcentro, then by all means stay in this lovely hotel. It's a bit old fashioned, which I like. The hotel bar/restaurant is nice and the rooms are small but scrupulously clean. The front desk staff all speak English, which helped us a lot.

          Buenos Aires, Argentina

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          TripAdvisor Reviews Claridge Hotel Buenos Aires

          3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

          Travel Blogs from Buenos Aires

          First Day: Details

          A travel blog entry by jonigray


          ... catching their drift and sometimes Paulie or her friend will tell me the punchline ofa joke. They mostly talk about the Lolapalooza concert in Santiago in April. We order empanadas and have a drink. I'm tempted to sleep, but I want to prove that I can love like the porteńs, the locals. I stay up, we draw a little, and they leave just before 3:00. I survived. It was a much better first day than I could have ...

          Back to the city life...

          A travel blog entry by laurawanders


          ... for another day. Then I hear the music, and the people multiply, and multiply. The live music gathering in the plaza is a total 360 of what I was anticipating. No latin music, not casual saturday gathering. A full on gay pride extravaganza! Flags, semi trucks with dance bars set up in the back and people going crazy. Thousands of people drinking beer, selling beer, smoking, buying brownies from a guy out of a tupperware container (pretty sure not just flour ...

          Perfectly Lonely

          A travel blog entry by adventureingenu


          ... for the welcoming and open nature of South Americans. I had a lovely 10 minute chat with the front desk agent who promptly told me to move to BsAs and gave me her email and phone number for when I arrived. THIS was the South America I fell in love with! After Doro made her way to the airport I visited the small grocer next to the pension and bought a few items for dinner. Finding a bounty of gluten-free items on the shelves I was reminded of how easy it was to ...

          Tango capital of the world, Buenos Aires

          A travel blog entry by mtrm


          ... mi zlodějíčky, a tak se máme nádraží co největším obloukem vyhnout. Ale jak se chcete vyhnout nádraží, když tam přijede? No nebudu to tu dloho popisovat. Žádné nebezpečí tam dle mého názoru nehrozí. A mohu hned na začátek řící, že ač jsme slyšeli a četli mnoho různých zpráv o okradeních a napadeních v BA, my jsme ničeho takového svědky nebyli a ani žádný náznak nějakého ...

          River Cruise and Tango Show

          A travel blog entry by cdennison


          ... to elaborate mansions. All travel to & from the homes/cottages occurs by boat, there are boat "buses" to transport people, groceries are sold from boats along the river, garbage is collected by boat and mail is delivered by boat. The river channels are narrow and there lots of boat traffic, quite a bustling atmosphere. many people sit on their docks and watch the world go by.

          Tonight we went to a Tango Show. There are many ...

          Traveler Photos Claridge Hotel Buenos Aires

          Buenos Aires, Argentina