Emperador Hotel Buenos Aires

Address: Avenida del Libertador 420, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, C1001ABR, Argentina | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located in the C1 area of Buenos Aires, is near Puerto Madero, Plaza de Mayo, Museo de Arte Hispanoamericano Isaac Fernandez Blanco, and Zubaran Gallery (Galería Zurbarán).
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsEmperador Hotel Buenos Aires

      Reviewed by eric.burns

      Good Hotel this one.

      Reviewed Jul 7, 2014
      by (8 reviews) , Australia Flag of Australia

      This is the best Hotel we have stayed in during our South American trip. The rooms are spacious and beautifully furnished. The staff, a number speak good English, are very helpful. The breakfast while typically South American is extensive.
      The Hotel is situated a short walk from Florida Ave and in the other direction Recoleta.
      Only complaint is that they charge for internet excess however connection is quick and very useable.
      Has an excellent Health Club and large indoor pool

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Emperador Hotel Buenos Aires

      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
       

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      Buenos Aires. Last few days in South America.

      A travel blog entry by eric.burns on Jul 07, 2014

      2 photos

      Our plan was to spend our last few days exploring what they reckon to be the Paris of South America Buenos Aires. The weather while cooler than Rio, it is the middle of winter here, was a sunny 16 deg on our arrival.
      We spent our first day exploring Puerto Madero which is a reclaimed docklands area that now boasts a host of restaurants and …

      Don't Cry For Me Buenos Aires

      A travel blog entry by gsgladman on Jan 07, 2015

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      We are now in Buenos Aires, the capital of Argentina, a feat achieved by taking the longest plane ride possible from Dubai - 13 hours to Rio de Janeiro, then a wait of 90 minutes before a further four hours to BA. It's taken us two full days to recover and get our sleep patterns back to normal. It was all well worth it as BA is an interesting cosmopolitan metropolis with many fine ...

      Argentine Futbol = Unforgettable Experience

      A travel blog entry by jamber on Dec 14, 2014

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      ... It took a while but we finally squeezed through and bolted to the drop off point where our shuttle was waiting to blast us out of the masses. When we got home we were still reeling from what we'd witnessed. No sporting event in America will ever compare. Especially once we got the full history lesson of just how influential the hooligans/gangs are in politics and society around the area. We're both so glad we did it but agree - we'll likely make it a one time ...

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      A travel blog entry by jvince on Nov 08, 2014

      1 comment, 17 photos

      ... onto chicken. The only greens available were small plates of salad to share, a definite after thought. They were refilled constantly. Once the eating was over then the staff put on a tango show, dancing and singing. After our other tango show it was very amateur but most of the 400 people there really got into the spirit of the think. Helped I am sure by the copious quantities of wine they had drunk. It was very touristy but an enjoyable day out of the ...

      This place is ghost town kinda weird

      A travel blog entry by kasnsqueak on Aug 26, 2014

      ... in the afternoon for food and orientation using the maps form the hotel. We are in the grungier end of town in an area called San Telmo with older cobblestoned streets and old colonial buildings.There was a city strike today so the streets were deserted like on a Sunday so nothing open, typically we arrived in an unusual event and find ourselves unable to find open shops or diners. We do eventually find a take away open and ha ve decent hamburgers though. Friday ...