Sheraton Buenos Aires Hotel and Convention Center is a modern,luxurious, very splendid and well-kept hotel, with friendly (rather Argentinian-proud) staff,good food and over-average good service, as far as number and crowd of guests allows. Nevertheless, everybody does his best according to his/her capacities.
BUT: if you do NOT want to stand in line for half an hour when checking-in or -out, when trying to get into the escalator during rush-hours at meal-or breakfast-times, if you do NOT want to search for your lugagge in a mess of 300 and more pieces stored on the sidewalk for some hours between arrival and check-in,and if you do NOT want your hotel being located by one of the most busy and noisy traffic-intersection of whole B.A., then avoid this place and go at all costs to Libertador Sheraton on Av. Cordoba or to Marriott !!
Unique Quality: Vey nice Spa and -pool with excellent service and friendly, helpful waiters.Free 30 minutes Internet-access per room /day. Friendly, but mostly overworked front-desk staff, nice rooms but incredible long waiting- lines from escalators to front-desk; the hotels Bank takes about 5 (five) minutes per pax for simple money-changing transactions, due to incredible complicated red tape procedures.One of the noisyest places of B.A.
Directions: by ST Martins Park and "English Tower", near La Plata River and Buquebus pier
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Sheraton has surpassed itself - size wise. This huge monster of a hotel is part of a larger complex including some convention facilities. So if you are a convention organizer, you might consider this as a plus. If not, you have the views of the blue sea or the urban sea. You get to be in walking distance from the shopping Florida Street without being in the diesel fuel saturated streets of the "real" downtown as the other Sheraton is.
Unique Quality: I have to admit, I did not have the time to explore all of the facilities because I had to explore Buenos Aires first and there was no time left. I am quite sure that it possess all the usual fare of Sheraton hotel such as numerous restaurants, pool, parking, room service, concierge help desk etc. One thing is for sure - it has great sea views. One can see as far as the horizon - in this case this must equal Colonia del Sacramento in Uruguay - what more can you ask for - the luxury of seeing a different country from your hotel room?
Directions: Facing the Retiro Railway Station and the Torre de Ingles
Well, it's the Sheraton: huge, elegant, centrally located.......
Not really my style, but I really don't want to complain. We were lucky to get a lovely bedroom on the 19th floor, a spectacular view and almost no time to enjoy it (went to a wonderful VT meeting instead)!
A friend of ours had a rather small room on the 9th floor, which did not really meet my expectations of a "Sheraton" style room, but this is just my opinion....
Unique Quality: For details, please look at the Sheraton website!
I am coming to stay for a week in Buenos Aires. I am staying at the Sheraton in downtown. Is it a nice location, hotel, ect.. How far is the casino from the hotel and do they play holdem poker?
The sheraton is quite good located. The casino is close... because it is by the riverside.
You have 2 Sheraton Hotel in Down Town, one is in Retiro and the other is in Cordoba and Maipu...Both are well located, in touristic areas and close from everything, like Casino in Puerto Madero.....
As others said, both hotels are pretty centric - the Sheraton Hotel and Towers is right across the Retiro train station which I find a little bit less desirable than the Sheraton Libertador, which is on Avenida Cordoba near Florida and Galerias Pacifico.
I stayed at the Libertador about 3 years ago and was pleasantly impressed, service was flawless. The Sheraton Hotel & Towers is more of a convention hotel, but it's undergone a recent renovation and is also very nice...
I totally Agree with this reply.
Plus: I specially recommend Sheraton!
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