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Fiesta Americana

Fiesta Americana

Grand and rather monumental hotel with large, modern guest rooms centred around a marble-floored courtyard.

Dominating an entire block, the Fiesta Americana is designed to look like a palace, blending in with the surrounding 19th century mansions. The modern but classically-styled seven-storey building is in a convenient spot within the city’s historic district, at the end of the attractive, palm-lined Paseo Montejo. It’s a pleasant stroll to the main square.

A spectacular, marble-floored lobby with a high stained-glass window leads to the large guestrooms. Each is equipped with air-con, cable TV, minibar and private bathroom. There are two restaurants, one formal and the other bistro-style, and numerous shops on the ground floor. Other facilities include a gym, tennis courts, a pool and a spa.

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Millie
Millie Davies Travel Expert Having caught the travel bug as a child, Millie has travelled all over Latin America before making her home in Buenos Aires for 3 years.

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