Hotel Solans Riviera

Address: San Lorenzo 1460, Rosario, Province of Santa Fe, Litoral, 2000, Argentina | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on San Lorenzo 1460, Rosario, is near Monument dela Bandera (Flag Monument), Dos Ruedas Una Huella - Bike Rosario, and Municipal Palace (Lions Palace).
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          • Restaurant
          • Fitness/Health center


          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Wheelchair accessibility


          • Continental Breakfast
          • Room service
          • Business Services

          TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Solans Riviera Rosario

          4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

          Travel Blogs from Rosario

          Felix, El Viejo Lobo

          A travel blog entry by tamara.woodall on Sep 24, 2015

          3 comments, 15 photos

          ... as the eye could see - the hallowed territory of the younger generation was alive, excitement and thrills oozed from its pores whilst the sun gently tanned its concrete skin. Techno boomed from car boots as speakers distorted space-time with beats harder than a Rubik's Cube. Kids from the age of 2 to 45 were present in their hordes, each equipped with their weapon of choice. Boys were strictly limited to BMX's or skateboards whilst girls were permitted nothing more than ...

          My knee!!!

          A travel blog entry by adandgen on Sep 13, 2013

          8 photos

          ... bit, then went to watch a movie. 2. I am sure by now you are banging your fist on the table and swearing at the screen in frustration that I have not explained the title. Well, that was the second reason. After the movie, we thought we would have a walk back to our hostel down the riverfront. And it was nice, until Gen decided she would jump between some concrete benches, fail to notice that one was higher than the other, ...

          Rosario - Birthplace of Messi

          A travel blog entry by jackbuesnel on May 30, 2013

          ... as possible to go to Cordoba, about 6 hours away. We arrived at the bus terminal at 8:20, quickly booked 2 seats on the 8:30 bus and rushed to the right place. Then waited. And waited. And waited some more in the freezing cold. No one helped us or gave us any information. It turns out our bus had broken so, after waiting for almost 2 hours, I'm now writing this on a bus which I hope is taking me to Cordoba. Rosario was ok, but I wouldn't recommended it or ...

          "Ugghh.... Oh my god"

          A travel blog entry by seanrobfred on Nov 11, 2012

          14 photos

          ... in our finery we hit the town and spent a good few hours seeing the sights such as 'The Monument' - there's almost certainly a more Spanish sounding name for that - and a memorial to the soldiers who died in the Falklands war. We also explored the pedestrianised areas and the streets with all the bars and restaurants on, making sure to take photos of the shops with the best names. All in all, that day we probably finished most of ...

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          A travel blog entry by stevemayszak on Apr 24, 2012

          3 comments, 7 photos

          Rosario is quite beautiful. It helped that we came in under deep blue skies and a perfect 70(ish) degrees. After getting to the hotel - Holiday Inn Express Rosario - we took a little walk down towards Cordoba Street - the pedestrian shopping district. It was fantastic and on par with any European shopping street I have ever been on.

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