Moreno Hotel is one of the quintessential Art Deco buildings conserving its patrimonial value, designed by the German/Hungarian architect Johannes Kronfuss in 1929. Among its facilities, guests can find a unique on-site 130 lounge Seat Theater, featuring live shows from national and international artists and live Tango performances. Guests can also find a dazzling bar and restaurant, centre of Buenos Aires's nightlife; and, of course, 39 suites and lofts, with particularly large dimensions. Additionally, the exterior Jacuzzi in the Terrace and the Gym offer guests places to stay fit and unwind in harmony. In the stunning rooftop Terrace, guests can enjoy drinks in our SkyBar with a traditional Argentinean BBQ or just relax in the canvas chairs. Moreno Hotel offers 39 large and luxurious en suite bedrooms and lofts with stylish and contemporary Art Deco furnishings. They are particularly attractive for its dimensions, abundant natural light, spacious living room area, high ceilings, dark wooden furniture, hardwood flooring, leather armchairs and original Art Deco master pieces. All rooms feature LCD screen TVs, safe-deposit boxes (laptop size), wireless phones, individually controlled heating and air conditioning, hairdryer and luxury bathroom amenities. All suites have King or Twin beds and minibar. Selected suites offer patio, French balcony, private Jacuzzi and original master pieces. There are seven room-categories depending on the size, which ranges between 39 and 74 square meters. OPENING: DECEMBER /07. The Restaurant at Moreno Hotel offers haute cuisine based on Latin American flavors and opens all day and night. The dazzling Bar proposes the ideal atmosphere, for entertainment seekers and lovers of good life, who can enjoy a selection of 300 labels of the best Argentine and world wines. Small in size modernly decorated.
Moreno Hotel is centrally located in the beautiful and bohemian neighborhood of San Telmo, just in front of the San Francisco Basilica and only a few blocks from Plaza de Mayo, the Cabildo (Government seat in colonial times), the Manzana de las Luces and many numerous historical buildings of the city. It is surrounded by art galleries, antique shops, handicraft fairs, museums, tango halls, pubs, restaurants and the famous Flea Market. The closest metro station, Plaza de Mayo, is only 200 meters away.
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