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Palladio Hotel Buenos Aires

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Palladio Buenos Aires is a slick first class hotel well located for exploring the city's different neighbourhoods. 

Hotel Palladio is an ultra-modern glass-fronted property on the busy Avenida Callao, close to the heart of the city of Buenos Aires. And what a heart it is: a monumental colonial core is peppered with outstanding historic buildings such as the Casa Rosada presidential palace on the Plaza de Mayo while modern art sculptures, the famous Teatro Colon and parks laden with ancient trees are nearby. Also within walking distance of the hotel are the highlights of the sedate and formerly very affluent Recoleta district, still a very pleasant neighbourhood with some graceful belle époque residences.

This first class property is a McGallery by Sofitel hotel, one of the Accor brand, and has all the top-of-the-range features associated with this well-respected group of hotels.  Guest rooms (there are several categories) are all well air-conditioned and sound-proofed – essential on  a busy avenue – and the comfort of the accommodation is enhanced by roomy beds, and smart, businesslike furnishings and décor. There is a summer outdoor pool with loungers, fitness room, bar and bistro restaurant serving Mediterranean cuisine. There are plenty of other eating options nearby).

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What our clients say

  • Everything met with our expectations (and beyond) but If there was a real highlight it was probably the visit to Estancia Christina

    RJ, Arundel
  • Most Memorable Moment: Perito Moreno glacier.

    SU, London
  • The weather was very kind to us and every glacier, view and the falls were stunningly beautiful. I loved being in the hotel at Bariloche sitting on the terrace overlooking…

    LL, Bexley
  • Most Memorable Moment?: Seeing Iguazu falls was brilliant.

    IM, Chippenham
  • Highlights?: Tango performance and landscapes in Patagonia.

    DB, London
  • Most Memorable Moment?: Difficult to pick out one part. Patagonia Camp was fantastic. However we found the scenery in Argentinian Patagonia stunning.

    BS, Derby
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Our Expert's Opinion

Ultra-modern and everything you'd want from a first-class hotel, but for me, it was the little extra touches that really made my stay here superior. The staff really does go that extra mile. It had one of the most comfortable beds I've slept in - perfect after a day exploring Buenos Aires. Try to get a room with a balcony so you can people-watch!

Sophie
Sophie Barber Travel Expert Sophie lived in Chile before joining us and has travelled extensively across Latin America, from Mexico to the furthest tip of Patagonia and beyond to Antarctica.

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    Kathryn backpacked across Argentina, Chile, Bolivia and Peru before joining us. She has a degree in Philosophy and French and is a keen netball player.

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    Charlotte's fascination with Latin America began with a family holiday to Belize. She went on to study Spanish in school and at university before spending a year living in Santiago, Chile.

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