Hotel TRYP BUENOS AIRES

Address: San Martin 474, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, C1004 AAI, Argentina | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located in the San Nicolás area of Buenos Aires, is near Corrientes, Belgrano, Palermo Chico, and Centro Naval.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel TRYP BUENOS AIRES

    Albergo fantastico

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    Ubicazione e albergo eccellenti. Le camere sono accoglienti e la colazione gustosa e abbondante. Mi trovavo lì per un convegno e ho deciso di non andare all'Hilton e sono contento di non averlo fatto. Considerando quanto costa, il Tryp è migliore e più centrale.

    Wonderful choice

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    Great location and excellent property. The rooms are comfortable and the breakfast is tasty and plentiful. I was there for a conference and decided not to stay at the Hilton and was glad for that choice. For the money, the Tryp was a better choice and nearer the center.

    Una fantástica elección

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    Está ubicado fantástico y el inmueble es extraordinario. Las habitaciones son cómodas, y el desayuno está muy bueno y es muy abundante. Estuve allí para una conferencia, decidí no alojarme en el Hilton y me alegré de tomar esa decisión. Para el precio que tiene, el Tryp fue una mejor elección y está más cerca del centro.

    Wundervolles Hotel

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    Tolle Lage und ein hervorragendes Hotel. Die Zimmer sind komfortabel, das Frühstück ist lecker und opulent. Ich war hier wegen einer Konferenz und entschied mich, nicht im Hilton zu übernachten und ich war froh über diese Entscheidung. Für das Geld war das Tryp eine bessere Alternative und lag näher am Stadtzentrum.

    L'hotel migliore del centro di Buenos Aires!

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    Posizione ottima, a due passi dai negozi di Corso Florida e da molti ristoranti. Ho prenotato attraverso il sito alla tariffa speciale di 125 dollari (poco più di 90 euro) con colazione inclusa. La camera era davvero grande per essere una standard, dava sul retro dell'hotel ed era senza vista, ma molto silenziosa. Il lato anteriore dell'hotel si affaccia sulla strada e dovrebbe essere piuttosto rumoroso durante il giorno in una città come Buenos Aires, e poi la vista è su una strada come tante. Sono arrivato presto, intorno alle 10 del mattino e non hanno fatto storie per farmi avere la camera prima dell'orario di check-in. Arrivato in camera, ho visto che c'era la connessione a banda larga gratuita e la tv al plasma! Alla reception hanno sempre risposto con prontezza alle mie domande sui voli nazionali o sulle escursioni. Il concierge è anche molto d'aiuto e veloce quando vi serve un taxi. Nel bagno c'è il bidet. La mia camera si trovava vicino all'ascensore, quindi a volte ho sentito persone che ne uscivano parlando ad alta voce, ma non mi ha dato troppo fastidio. L'atrio non è così lussuoso come quello di un 5 stelle, ma è abbastanza ampio per trascorrervi qualche tempo se bisogna aspettare. L'unico problema è l'ascensore, è molto lento ma funziona e, dato che la camera era pulita e spaziosa, ho semplicemente deciso di avere pazienza e non prendermela troppo per questo piccolo particolare. Mi piace quest'hotel, ti fa sentire un ospite speciale e la posizione è ottima. Sicuramente ci tornerò quando passo di nuovo da Buenos Aires!!!

    Bestes Preis-Leistungsverhältnis in City von BA!

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    Sehr gute Lage, in der Nähe des Einkaufsbereichs der Florida Avenue, umfangreiche Auswahl an Restaurants.

    Ich hatte über die Hotel-Website einen Sonderpreis von 125 USD einschließlich Frühstück bekommen. Standardzimmer ist sehr groß und ging nach hinten hinaus, ohne Aussicht, aber sehr ruhig, denn die Vorderseite des Hotels geht auf die Straße hinaus und könnte tagsüber ziemlich laut sein; na ja, das ist eben BA mit den hier üblichen Straßen.

    Kam schon morgens um ca. 10 Uhr an und konnte problemlos vorzeitig einchecken. Fand später heraus, dass das Zimmer kostenlosen Breitband-Internetanschluss und Plasma-TV hat! Sobald ich auf dem Zimmer war, rief ich das Reisebüro Sur Turismo an, und das Personal an der Hotelrezeption ging auf all meine Fragen sehr freundlich ein, z. B. über Inlandflüge oder den Abholservice für Ausflüge. Auch der Page/Concierge ware sehr hilfsbereit und reagierte prompt auf meine Bitte, ein Taxi zu bestellen. Bad mit Bidet. Mein Zimmer befand sich in der Nähe des Fahrstuhls, sodass ich manchmal hören konnte, wie die Leute rauskamen und sich laut unterhielten, was mich aber nicht weiter gestört hat. Lobby ist nicht so luxuriös wie ein 5-Sterne-Hotel, bietet aber genug Platz, wenn man mal auf etwas warten muss. Das einzige, was ich auszusetzen habe, ist, dass der Fahrtstuhl manchmal sehr langsam ist, aber wenigstens funktioniert er, und so lange mein Zimmer sauber und geräumig ist, kann ich auch mit einem langsamen Lift leben :-) und nahm mir einfach die entsprechende Zeit.

    Ich bin von diesem Hotel total begeistert, fühle mich wie ein ganz besonderer Gast hier, und auch die Lage ist super. Komme definitiv wieder hierher, wenn ich wieder in BA bin!!

    La mejor relación calidad-precio en la ciudad de BA

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    Fantástica ubicación, en las inmediaciones de Florida Avenue, las calles comerciales donde encontrarás diferentes restaurantes a elegir. Reservé el hotel a través de su página web, con un precio especial de noventa y dos euros, incluido el desayuno. La habitación estándar es muy grande, da a la parte de atrás del hotel, sin vistas, aunque eso sí es muy tranquila puesto que la fachada del hotel da a la calle que puede resultar bastante bulliciosa durante el día, pero, esto es Buenos Aires y es normal en esta ciudad. Llegué temprano, a las diez de la mañana, aproximadamente, y solicité que me registraran, a lo que no pusieron ninguna pega. Más tarde comprobé que en mi habitación había banda ancha de Internet de acceso gratuito, además de una televisión de plasma. Una vez en la habitación, llamé al agente de viaje, Sur Turismo, y el personal del mostrador principal se mostró muy atento con mis preguntas sobre vuelos nacionales o la hora de recogida de las excursiones. También el botones/conserje se mostró muy servicial y raudo llamando a un taxi. El cuarto de baño incluía un bidet y mi habitación está cerca del ascensor por lo que algunas veces podía oír a las personas si hablaban en voz alta aunque no llegó a molestarme demasiado. El vestíbulo no es tan lujoso como el de un hotel de cinco estrellas pero había suficiente espacio para esperar. Lo único a destacar en los aspectos negativos era la lentitud del ascensor pero al menos funcionaba y mi habitación estaba limpia y era espaciosa (puedo sobrellevar la lentitud de un ascensor) así que me llenaba de paciencia. Me encanta este hotel porque te sientes como un cliente especial, además la ubicación es fantástica. Definitivamente, volveré en mi próxima visita a Buenos Aires.

    The Best Hotel in BA that Nobody Knows About

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    This is a fantastic hotel that it seems few people know about. The pictures on the hotel websites don't do it justice. It appears to be brand new and is spotless, very modern and stylish, and in a great location. The fact that it only runs about US$120 a night is amazing, even in Buenos Aires.

    The closest US hotel chain I could compare it to are W Hotels. It has modern design and amenities but is not as over the top in style and attitude as most W locations. I've stayed at several W Hotel locations and choose them whenever possible but this hotel was nicer than any W I've stayed at.

    It is the opposite of most of the other hotels I stayed at in BA in that they have beautiful lobbies and lousy rooms. The lobby of the Tryp is very small because it shares the first floor of the building with a parking garage entrance. However, the rooms, and even hallways, are great. The rooms are standard American sized rooms or maybe even a bit bigger. They have stunning hardwood entryways, awesome flatscreen LCD TV's with built-in DVD players mounted on the wall, recessed lighting, remote controlled temperature controls, and even a cool glass door mini-bar (you'll have to see it to understand). The bathrooms are marble with standup showers. They have a safe in the closet with enough room for my laptop. They also have free wireless internet service.

    The Tryp Buenos Aires is on San Martin about a block from the intersection of Florida and Lavalle, the two main shopping streets in Buenos Aires. It's a little over a block from the Florida subway (B Line) station with several other lines within very easy walking distance, including Lavalle (C Line) and Cathedral (D Line). These streets are extremely busy with dozens of high and low-end leather and clothing stores, candy shops, and restaurants, as well as McDonald's and Burger King every couple of block. There are lots of street performers (saw a couple of great tango performances and heard a couple of good bands) and people selling crafts (mostly crap). The hotel is about 3 blocks from Galerias Pacifico, a very upscale US-style shopping mall. (Make sure you try the dulce de leche ice cream at Freddo in the food court.)

    Unlike many of the other postings I've seen for Buenos Aires hotels that complain about the noise, I heard hardly any street noise. I could hear the doors of other rooms slamming a few times but no more than any other hotel.

    The only negatives I could come up with for the hotel are the following. The section of street the hotel is on looks a bit sketchy at night-it's dark and narrow. But, you see it as soon as you round the corner from Lavalle and there was always a doorman there so I think it is perfectly safe. (Okay, you do have to use your room key everytime you go up or down in the elevators which made me question if people are constantly trying to sneak in but better safe than sorry I guess.) The hotel has a restaurant and room service but not a lot of extra services, like a spa or concierge. (If you want those stay at the Four Seasons but it's at least 3 times as expensive and not in a very convenient location.) There were no English speaking TV or news channels available but there were often some TV programs (Law & Order and Law & Order: SVU on several times a day-just like the US) and movies available in English. However, the TV's have a built-in DVD player (it's easy to miss, but they slide in on the left side after you switch the mode to 'DVD') so bring DVDs with you. And, as I mentioned, the rooms don't have a bathtub but only a standup shower. (For me this was a positive but I know some people like a regular bathtub.) All in all, these are pretty minor.

    Most of the staff at the front desk staff spoke English but not all. There was always at least one person there that did. They were very helpful in storing my luggage, exchanging money, and getting me a taxi to the airport. (By the way, rush hour traffic on those narrow streets slows things to a crawl. Allow at least an hour and twenty minutes when leaving for Ezeiza International Airport around 6pm. Other times it can be as little as 40 minutes.)

    I stayed at three different hotels in Argentina-two 3-star and one 5-star. The Tryp Buenos Aires (shown by most as a 3-star hotel) was by far the nicest. I hate the official star rating system that gives extra stars for a pool and gym but not because the hotel is simply much newer, nicer, and cleaner. I can't imagine anyone not being very satisfied with this hotel.

    Best value in downtown BA!

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    Great location, nearby Florida avenue shopping streets, many choices of restaurants. I booked through hotel website with a special rate 125 USD inlcuding breakfast. Standard room is very big, facing the back of the hotel with no view, however very quiet, since the front side of the hotel is facing the street and could be quite noisy during the day, well, this is BA, normal street sights. I arrived early around 10am and asked for early check in without hassle, checked later that there is a free internet broadband inside the room, plus the plasma tv! Once in the room, I was calling the travel agent Sur Turismo, and the hotel front desk was very responsive with any questions I asked, about the domestic flight or the tour pick up. Bellboy/concierge is also helpful and quick in calling up for taxi. Bathroom including a bidet, my room is nearby the elevator so sometimes I could hear if people came out and talked loud but it didn't bother too much. Lobby isn't that luxurious like 5 star hotel but enough room for waiting. The only thing is that lift can be very slow, but anyway it works, at least my room is clean and spacious, I can live with the slow lift :-) so I just took my time with it. I love this hotel, feel like a special guest, and great location, I'll definitely come back when I travel to BA again!!

    Très bonne affaire

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    excellentes prestations et situation parfaite entre Puerto Madero et Microcentro pour ce boutique hôtel. Chambres superbes, modernes, très propres et confortables. Ecran plasma, lit king size avec une excellente literie. Demandez plutôt le 7ème ou 8éme pour des chambres plus lumineuses. Petit restaurant sympa. En comparaison avec les établissemnt de même standing ( NH, Grand king..) du quartier, c'est une très bonne affaire.

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