An authentic urban "oasis". In the very heart of Buenos Aires and a stone's throw from the most important places of interest as the Cultural Centre Kirchner. Claridge's Restaurant is one of the main references in Buenos Aires gastronomy. Designed by the prestigious architect, Arthur Dubourg, the Claridge has become the icon of the city of the Tango. Built by the Rosarios brothers, Felipe and Ottocar after the Second World War, one of the periods of greatest prosperity for the Argentine capital. The objective was to endow the city with a magnificent hotel in an unsurpassable location, sophisticated and luxurious and very similar in style to the grand European establishments. ** Restaurant Timetable: 12: 00pm - 03: 00pm Monday to Friday. ** Bar Timetable: 01: 00pm - 10:30pm Monday to Sunday.
Better room second time
Internet does not work in rooms.
Let meatier luggage
Paint peeling on ceilind--literally falling on our luggage. Bed was soft and lumpy.
Brefast and service, good, staff attentive and friendly
Restaurante, Roon service
Location. Less than a block off Florida Street. Restaurant was excellent and had a wonderful ambiance.
The rooms needed to be updated. Mattress droopy, carpet worn.
The breakfast was delicious, good service, special food for our celiac needs and a very nice atmosphere
room sizze, clearness size
Adequate for a short stay
Convenient location. Comfortable and clean. Attentative staff. Pleasant experience.
Using room service I ordered a toasted sandwich and a glass of orange juice - I was advised delivery would be 25 minutes. In the end it took 50 minutes.
Readiness to help, fantastic atmosphere, cultural program, free business center
No news channel in English (CNN, BBC, Euronews etc.)
Location and free internet
The hotel is elegant and charming. Our bathroom was roomy and had a window! The concierge was wonderful about helping with any request or problem. The breakfast and food in the bar and restaurant were delicious, with a good selection.