|Description||Built in 1910 in true European Neo Baroque style, the Golden Tulip Savoy Hotel is one of the most traditional hotels in Buenos Aires. It lies in downtown Buenos Aires, Argentina, just a few steps from Corrientes Avenue in the financial district. Visitors can take a five minute walk to the Obelisco, browse through the elegant Recoleta neighborhood where they will find a wealth of fine dining restaurants, shopping and theater. |
The subway station is seconds away, and the bus stop and rail station are within two kilometers. The Madero Port, San Telmo and Spinetto Markets, as well as a host of museums are within a five mile radius of the hotel. The Pistarini Airport is 35 kilometers away, a drive of about 40 minutes.
Amenities include one complimentary fangotherapy or mud bath session in the hotel's spa, a shopping tour with discount vouchers, and transfers to the area's shopping centers. Lunch or dinner at the hotel's Madrigales Restaurant is also a must for the discerning traveler, with its authentic fusion cuisine, offering the aromas of herbs and vegetables grown in the hotel's organic garden. Business guests will appreciate the business center, meeting facilities, secretarial, translation and car rental services. Visitors will also be pleased to know that the hotel offers a fitness center and around the clock medical assistance.
The 174 guestrooms and suites situated on five floors are sound proofed to keep the hustle and bustle of downtown Buenos Aires at bay. Guestrooms, with air conditioning and central heating, are furnished with antique reproductions housing cable televisions, hair dryers, mini bars, refrigerators, and telephones with voicemail. The hotel's suites, some with whirlpool bathtubs and two bedrooms, measure 40 square meters with elegantly arranged sitting and work areas.
For visitors wishing to soak up the downtown feel of Buenos Aires and enjoy the convenience of its central location, the Golden Tulip Savoy Hotel will give them European tradition in the New World blended with exacting international travel standards.