|Description||Location. The Melia Recoleta Plaza is bordered by restaurants and art galleries in the exclusive Village Recoleta district of Buenos Aires, Argentina. Malba Museum is located one kilometer away. |
Hotel Features. The hotel lobby is richly designed with soaring arches, stately pillars, tropical flora and intimate seating arrangements. The Melia Recoleta Plaza offers complimentary buffet style breakfasts each morning. Jazz Voyeur Club prepares Mediterranean influenced cuisine and presents live music. Bistro Recoleta offers complimentary wireless Internet access, while Terraza Jardin Mallorca hosts afternoon tea service and serves light food items and drinks. Terraza Ibiza offers a light menu, where meals are served adjacent to a spa tub. Function rooms accommodate group events. A business center offers fax, photocopy and print services, and wireless Internet access is complimentary. A health club contains a fully equipped gym, a spa tub, a dry sauna, a Turkish steam bath, and Scottish and Finnish showers. A range of massage treatments may be scheduled. The hotel concierge arranges tours, secures Town Car rentals, places reservations and provides complimentary DVDs for in room use. The front desk is staffed 24 hours a day. Enhanced property amenities include butler service, complimentary drinks on arrival and complimentary laptop computer rental.
Guestrooms. This eight story hotel offers 57 air conditioned guestrooms decorated in ornate Queen Anne and Louis XV style. Beds are dressed in 250 thread count Egyptian cotton linens and down bedspreads. A pillow menu is available. Room amenities include DVD and CD players, cable television and direct dial telephones. Minibars are included Private bathrooms contain shower/tub combinations, bidets, telephones, scales, bathrobes and slippers. High speed Internet access is complimentary.
Expert Tip. The hotel is located in Village Recoleta, the center of entertainment in Buenos Aires. Restaurants and shops of almost every variety, and a huge movie theater anchor this tourist area. It is also the site of Cemetario de Recoleta where Evita was laid to rest.