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Hotel Madero

Hotel Madero, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Located in the central renovated dock area of Puerto Madero, the stylish, large Hotel Madero (ex-Sofitel boasts comfortable, well sound proofed, wood floored rooms with king size beds or larger than single twins, clocks with iPod connection and all amenities at a very good price. All rooms are spacious and offer a balcony. Deluxe Rooms offer a bath separate to the shower; Junior Suites offer large rain showers and separate living rooms. The hotel offers a small heated, covered pool for winter and uncovered in the summer, with a complimentary sauna. Their Red restaurant boasts a well known, award-winning chef who is ex-Alvear Palace.

Our rating: First Class

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