Loi Suites Recoleta
A well-located hotel with a delightful atrium, contemporary interior design and impressive views of the famous Recoleta Cemetery.
The comfortable and elegant mid-range Loi Suites Recoleta hotel is on a conveniently located avenue in the well-heeled district of Recoleta, an area brimming with chic cafés, parks and boutiques. Many of the rooms have impressive views over the neighbourhood's most famous tourist attraction: the beautiful, labyrinthine Recoleta Cemetery, lined with the impressive marble mausoleums of Argentina's late great and good.
The main entrance leads into an attractive atrium with an indoor 'winter garden' and heated pool beneath a large skylight with iron supports. There's a European feel to the design and architecture, and the décor of the well-equipped guest rooms is led by muted tones and contemporary style. There's a good buffet breakfast, gym, sauna and sophisticated restaurant.
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