Hotel Bolivar

Address: Calle Gral Simon Bolivar 886, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, C1066AAR, Argentina | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the C1 area of Buenos Aires, is near Caminito, Torre Monumental, La Casa de Esteban de Luca, and Museo Penitenciario Antonio Ballve.
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          • Bar/lounge


          • Breakfast Available
          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Smoking rooms available
          • Kitchenette


          • Suites


          • Shuttle bus service
          • Meeting rooms/conference facilities
          • Airport Transportation
          • Continental Breakfast
          • Multilingual staff
          • Banquet room

          TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Bolivar Buenos Aires

          3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

          Travel Blogs from Buenos Aires

          Buenos Aires, Argentina - July 29 to August 1

          A travel blog entry by drendell on Jul 29, 2015

          2 comments, 78 photos

          ... of the Pink House. This is where the government works from during the week and when the President is in the building they raise a special flag.

          In the plaza there are white scarves painted onto the pavement that symbolise a time when everyday citizens started to go missing. This was during the 'Dirty War' of Military Dictatorship between 1976 and 1983. But the people couldn't do anything about it for fear of becoming a target themselves. If you stood in groups of more ...

          Putting the Bueno in Buenos Aires

          A travel blog entry by mariposanegra on Jan 24, 2015

          7 photos

          ... or spice—you have come to the wrong place. BA is much more Europe than South American, which is kind of sad because the culture feels so…derivative.

          Overall, I am having a lot of fun here. Definitely a good stop on the tour. I can’t hang with the porteņos on the night owl thing (clubs don’t get started until 2 a.m.), but I have found enough activities during normal waking hours to keep me occupied. Good times so far. ...

          City Tour of Buenos Aires

          A travel blog entry by davidandmaria on Dec 03, 2014

          16 photos

          ... work in the building use side doors. Inside the building, one room has been painted in pink in memory of Evita, because she got “Evita’s Law” passed in Congress which gave women the right to vote, the right to run as candidates in elections and labour rights.

          Across the street from Congress is a now abandoned building which has been occupied by the homeless. It is a very ornate building and used to be the meeting place of politicians when the Congress ...

          Water, Death and Dancing (Day 21)

          A travel blog entry by bdfro on Oct 31, 2014

          8 photos

          ... for ten years to become a walking guide. Buenos Aires is an amazing city with many Portuguese, French and Spanish influences. I would highly recommend spending some time here. Highlights of the walking tour include: -The Argentinian legislative building/congress. The main doors of the building open only one to two times per year for the president -A very old building designed after Dante's Inferno that was eventually supposed to house his remains (though ...

          The working bits!

          A travel blog entry by darrylpitcher on Oct 11, 2014

          6 photos

          ... panels on Environmental Impacts of Healthcare which seemed to go down OK with a couple of good presentations from the USA and South Africa.

          In the evening the Dutch team promoted their Congress scheduled for 2016, and the Dutch ambassador to Argentina was present and we were able to meet him and have a bit of a chat. He is close personal friends with the Aussie ambassador to Argentina and he offered to introduce us, which might have been useful had we ...