Tango de Mayo Hotel, Buenos Aires

During our stay in Buenos Aires, Argentina we stayed at the the Tango de Mayo Hotel which is located in the heart of the well-known Mayo Avenue, only 300 m from 9 de Julio Avenue and 800 m from The Obelisk of Buenos Aires.

Set in a refurbished historical building from 1910s, the property features Art Nouveau inspirations characterized by large glass surfaces, symmetrical styles and Parisian metal pilasters. The hotel offers free WiFi access and a daily breakfast. Each room features a unique style, handmade fittings and floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the city.

This was a lovely and comfortable hotel in an ideal location in the city with easy access to many of the local tourist spots. Monserrat is a great choice for travellers interested in architecture, sightseeing and city walks.

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