Alvear Art Hotel
The Alvear Art Hotel, the Alvear Palace's little sister, complements the older property's classic style with an innovative, contemporary and (as its name implies) arty style.
Since this centrally-located property is related to the prestigious Alvear Palace, you can expect the same high standards of service at the Alvear Art Hotel. While the opulent parent hotel prides itself on its nostalgic, sumptuous design and atmosphere, the more economical Art has a bright, contemporary look.
The no-nonsense but well-furnished guest rooms have an ambiance which is rather more corporate than at the romantic Palace. With cool wooden and marble flooring and muted colours it's a place for people who value comfort above style. Some modern works of art stud the public areas.
Facilities include Jacuzzis in the guest rooms, a spa and gym. Our tip would be to try and catch sunrise from the rooftop pool.
What our clients say
97% of our clients rated their experience with us as Excellent or Good.
Best hotel we stayed in.MK, Orkney
Smart hotel but the service, whilst not bad, did not quite meet the high standard of the decor/facilities of the hotel.AF, Merriott
Very comfortable, fantastic swimming poolSC, London
Great location and very friendly helpful service from the staff.JM, Chesham
The best hotel we stayed at however only for a night! We didn't get to try the facilities but they had a good breakfast buffet although freshly made eggs were extra .DB, London
Great restaurant and bar with a super guy making cocktails! Very slick hotel but it worked well for us, the staff were lovely and very helpful.KB, Leeds
Beautifully appointed hotel in an excellent area of Buenos Aires. The staff spoke good English and were very courteous and friendly.IM, Lymm
Very convenient position. Close to lots of restaurants.LM, Fordingbridge
Excellent modern hotel. Very friendly and efficient staff. The restaurant was really good for both breakfast and dinner. Fairly quiet area at the weekend.JR, Grimsby
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