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Krista Hotel

Krista Hotel, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Our rating: Simple

This small hotel in Palermo is one of a few historical houses used as a hotel. Built in the early 20th century, the building was once home to the Perons' personal doctor.

The hotel itself has ten rooms; all decorated with different themes (romantic, Moroccan, etc). They feature king size or twin beds, a private bathroom, LCD cable TV with DVD player, an iPod dock, free Wi-Fi, air conditioning, a safe and a hairdryer.

There is a small courtyard in which to sit and relax to the city's sounds, and a wonderful marble and stained glass intimate lobby area.

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