NH Latino

Address: Suipacha, 309, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, 6612, Argentina | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located in the C1 area of Buenos Aires, is near Recoleta, Cafe Tortoni, Manzana de las Luces tunnels, and Palermo Viejo.
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      Travel Blogs from Buenos Aires

      Off to find the turkish spa

      A travel blog entry by chizshennan on Sep 20, 2014

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      ... café and opened in 1858, there was a que outside and people were asked if they had booked, so I just left and headed off to find the spa that I had found called Castlelar Hotel which is traditional and very elegant and the best feature is the marbled spa with Turkish baths but only for men...what I complained...are these better than the women's spa and the staff said oh no the women's area is more modern and a lot more comfortable, so I booked in ...

      The Big BA

      A travel blog entry by travelandtalk on Aug 03, 2014

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      ... Juniors game this weekend, how inconsiderate.
      Of the main sights and districts, La Boca itself is a vibrant, artistic, working class neighbourhood home to the Caminito Street and two not to be missed Art Museums.
      The Museo Historico is good but suffered from the common South American problem of not having too much open.
      Other great sights of this enormously impressive city include the Plaza de Mayo, the excellent Evita Museum and the Cemeterio ...

      Buenos Aires, Argentina

      A travel blog entry by michelle.e on Apr 17, 2014

      32 photos

      What a COOL CITY and another place I would LOVE to LIVE! I wish I could have stayed longer, but with only 2 1/2 weeks to go, I needed to keep moving. The highlights... ~ boutique and market shopping in the trendy San Telmo and Palermo ~ watching tango over lunch ~ the Argentine Experience... an interactive dinner, where we made our own empanadas, dessert, ate the most delicious steak and ...

      BA

      A travel blog entry by mel_chris on Feb 15, 2014

      7 photos

      ... s oldest and most well known cafe/bars called Cafe Tortoni. The show was in a small and intimate theatre and just over an hour long. There were a total of three male and very South American looking musicians on stage; the most jovial of the 3 played the piano and had a grey moustache and a protruding belly, the second one who sat in the centre of the stage played an accordian, he had a long face, was rather slim and very humble at the applause for his ...

      Bs As 2.0 [+ What I've Learned About Argentina]

      A travel blog entry by lizabee on Jan 09, 2014

      ... yummy; faith in Buenos Aires is restored. We spend the afternoon shopping and exploring this revitalizing part of the city. After a few hours, we all return to Nuss to get ready for our last night in South America as the whole family, celebrated with a last supper and a tango show. Dinner at Mott truly rocked its role as the last supper, with probably the best meal of Argentina, but running late, we are caught between eating as fast as possible ...