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With spacious rooms, a rooftop terrace and a central location in Buenos Aires’ oldest barrio, Hotel Moreno is a modern, sexy place to lay your head.
The original 1928 building was designed by architect Johannes Kronfuss and offers a sleek and interesting Art Deco feel. Despite the building's history, the décor here is a thoroughly modern affair – expect crushed velvet, crisp linens and contemporary bathrooms.
With an extensive cellar collection, in-house restaurant Aldo’s has more then enough wine to see you through an evening, while tango pulses on below in their basement salon. Just ask for a room on a higher level if you're a light sleep as naturally things can go on quite late.
Whilst breakfast is not currently served on site, the charming staff can recommend some good local options.
The hotel's restaurant (and local's favourite) Aldo's Restaurant and Wine Bar is open for lunch and dinner offering an impressive selection of Argentina's best wines. The BeBop Jazz Club in the basement is open most evenings.
The 39 bedrooms are generously sized, making the most of the building's high ceilings and big windows.
The rooftop terrace offers wonderful views out over the city and the perfect spot for a sundowner or two. If you're looking to relax in-room massages can be arranged on request.
San Telmo is the oldest district in BA. Whilst a little rough around the edges there are numerous cool cafés, bars and restaurants to explore. Plaza de Mayo is a 5-minute walk from the hotel.