It's a very clean and cozy hotel with friendly and knowledgable staff. The owner Louis is on the premises and takes personal care of each guest. The guys at the reception desk Leonardo and Miguel helped us a lot with different aspects of our stay as a result we saved money on entertainment and trips.
Luba from USA
This hotel is located in Buenos Aires (Palermo), close to Armenia Square, Serrano Square, and Argentine National Museum of …More
Upon arrival the staff greeted me with a smile and took the time to explain all the hotel amenities.
They had decent WiFi available from in my room.
Doorman to restaurant staff were always friendly and attentive.
Definitely would stay there again.
John from Buenos Aires
Located in the city center of Buenos Aires, this hotel is near the airport and within walking distance of Teatro Nacional …More
"If you are looking for a Boutique style location this is it... simple and sweet."
my only reservation was that the Hot tub was not hot. Other than that i was pleasantly surprised when i entered the hotel with a feeling of safety and comfort. something you need to feel in Buenos Aires. the staff were courteous and the place is all you need to relax and take a break from the bustling Soho Palermo area. With Plaza Cerrano right down the street there was always something to do. I'm a New Yorker and expect sertain things when travelling. I would reccomend this to any of my friends or family.
craig from New York
This hotel is located in Buenos Aires (Palermo), close to Armenia Square, Serrano Square, and Plaza Italia. Also nearby are …More
Absolutely lovely Buenos Aires apartment. The owners were very nice and did not bother us during our whole stay. Superb location, close to Recoleta cemetery. Definitely felt like a local in Buenos Aires instead of feeling like a tourist in a cramp hotel room. The apartment is fully equipped with anything you might need during your stay. Will stay there again for sure!
This aparthotel is located in Buenos Aires (Recoleta), close to Recoleta Mall, Teatro Colon, and Obelisco. Also nearby are …More
Our stay at the hotel was great. The rooms were spacious and classy in appearance. The beds were very comfortable. The location was great, being close enough to Palermo - 3 de Febrero Park and the zoo, planetarium, and of course the Hippodrome. The area around the hotel was safe, with a super mercado/market near by and pharmacy and assorted shops. And the staff was very helpful and friendly, all hours of the night and day. I would definitely recommend this place to others and look forward to our family using this hotel again.
Marshauna from Sacramento, CA
This aparthotel is located in Buenos Aires (Palermo), close to University of Belgrano, Estadio Monumental, and University of …More
I would characterize this hotel as shabby chic. It was a bit tired; although, there was much renovation going on in the lobby--too much, actually, quite noisy. The breakfast was more than ample, nothing fancy but more than adequate. The front desk hotel staff were so very helpful to me, giving me directions, making local calls, assisting w/several issues throughout the week. I am very grateful to them; they were most kind and gracious. I also appreciated their outstanding English skills, quite in contrast to my fledgling Spanish. My room, while quaint and somewhat average, was cozy and comfortable; it was quiet in the evenings which I really appreciated.
Rick from Milwaukee
Located in the heart of Buenos Aires, this hotel is within walking distance of Naval Center and Plaza San Martin. Also nearby …More
"Great hotel, great service, warm and comfortable"
There are so many things what big hotels should learn from such hotels. I would suggest the manager of such hotels to visit Solar Soler and to stay there as a guest. The people makes the difference. We felt ourselves like at home. Everything was perfect.
This bed & breakfast is located in Buenos Aires (Palermo), close to Serrano Square, La Rural Convention Center, and King Fahd …More
After several years of staying at a different Apart-Hotel we decided to make a change and we were pleasantly surprised with this "old gem" what lacks in certain amenities or comfort of a four or five stars hotel is compensated for the friendly staff and the FABULOUS breakfast buffet and is near a lot of "must see" items in Buenos Aires. You could still "feel" the "charm" when famous writer Garcia Lorca stayed at this hotel around 1930. And if you want to visit and enjoy a "boliche atmosphere" of Old Buenos Aires don't miss a Saturday Show at the Guyana (half a block) from the Castelar: Four or five hours of Argentinian songs and dance , dinner and wine for less than US $ 60.00 and you can walk back to the hotel (You can't go wrong, but better reserve an spot Saturday afternoon)
Angelo from New Jersey
This hotel is located in Buenos Aires (San Telmo), close to Plaza Dorrego, Plaza de Mayo, and Casa Rosada. Also nearby are …More