InterContinental Hotel Buenos Aires

Address: Moreno 809 , Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, 1091AAQ, Argentina | 5 star hotel
 
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This 5 star hotel, located in the C1 area of Buenos Aires, is near Cafe Tortoni, El Querandi Tango Dinner Show, La Manzana de Las Luces, and Manzana de las Luces tunnels.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsInterContinental Hotel Buenos Aires

      Reviewed by antoniaviera

      I have started my travel in southamerica

      Reviewed Apr 11, 2011
      by (1 review) , Uruguay Flag of Uruguay

      I would reccommend this hotel because is very well located and the hotel itself is a luxus option, I did make the reservation thru this page I do really reccommend as well http://www.bookinseconds.com/en/hotels/argentina/buenos_aires.html
      I hope I can help other travellers with my tips and I´ll keep you informed since I am planning a wide open travel to this continent country of Argentina

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

      TripAdvisor Reviews InterContinental Hotel Buenos Aires

      4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
       

      Travel Blogs from Buenos Aires

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      A travel blog entry by bdfro on Oct 31, 2014

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      ... 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 ...

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      ... taxi scam artists, stunning architecture and museums... Buenos Aires, you've got it all! We'll be back!!

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      ... the wineries so we woke early the next day to travel to Maipu on a local bus and hired a couple of bikes to explore the different wineries. While we headed to the wineries, Mud, Dad, Alison, Fiona and Zach headed horse riding through Mendoza whilst Scott and Chiara were about an hour behind us on a similar wine tour.














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      A travel blog entry by emmaspiers on Aug 23, 2013

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      ... delicious, and often offered as a dish in restaurants .Mozzarella is huge here along with parmesan and ricotta. Apart from that, you will find all kind of other melting cheeses, Port Salut which is different from the French Port Salut I grew up with, cheeses made from goat milk and the likes of Pecorino and argentinien made brie. It's all good if you ask me but again, I am French and was raised on cheeses so I love them all but I have to admit that I do miss some more pungent kinds, ...