Hotels in Buenos Aires: Palermo Soho

There are some amazing hotels in the Palermo neighborhood for your visit to Buenos Aires.

  1. Legado Mitico (4-Star)
  2. Nuss Hotel (4-star)

In Palmero, there are endless restaurants and bars. This is a great area if you are looking for nightlife. We do not recommend staying in this area on weekends — it is quite a party scene, and hotel rooms can be noisy even with extra windows and soundproofing. For nicer restaurants, head towards the Armenia Square. For lively bars, head towards the Plaza Serrano area.

Legado Mitico (4-Star)

This is an 11-room boutique hotel.  It has a cozy, manor house feel to it.  Service is great. 

Rooms have a king bed or 2 twins, desk, 2 chairs, and 2 benches.  They all have the same amenities, but increase in size:

  • Classic (4)
  • Superior (4) – all face the street, can add an extra bed for a triple
  • Deluxe (3)

Garden facing rooms are quieter.  None of them are connected, but 3 rooms are very close together.  Children 12 and older are allowed.

A breakfast buffet is included. 

There is no pool, fitness center, or lunch/dinner.

It is a little hard to find the front door.  You have to ring the bell to enter.

Nuss Hotel (4-star)

The Nuss Hotel is a converted convent.  It has double glass windows for quiet.  There is a lovely roof terrace with small splash pool (not heated).  It has a very small fitness room and sauna.  The breakfast buffet is included (plus eggs to order), but there is no lunch or dinner.  There is a small bar.

It has 22 rooms on 3 floors. Rooms have a minibar, bathrobes, and coffee.  Most rooms can be 1 king bed or 2 twin beds

  • Superior – most rooms have a desk
  • Deluxe – larger than superior
  • Jr. Suite – Sofa and table with chairs
  • Studio – Only a king bed

All rooms except Superior can be a triple with an added bed.  There are 2 connecting rooms for a family, and there is 1 handicap room.  Water kettle and minibar.  Bathrooms are well-lit and have a make-up mirror.

You have to ring the bell to enter.  Free glass of wine for welcome. 

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