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1828 Smart Hotel: Cutting-edge luxury in Buenos Aires most hip neighbourhood

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1828 Smart Hotel
Cutting-edge luxury in Buenos Aires’ most hip neighbourhood

BUENOS AIRES - Open the curtains from your bed. Boost the air conditioning before you even enter the room. Check the weather ahead of a day out. At state-of-the-art 1828 Smart Hotel, everything is designed to make your stay in Buenos Aires completely effortless.
  • Urban garden with feature pool and trendy cabanas
  • Personal smartphone or tablet for making reservations, checking the forecast and even setting your room temperature
  • Candlelit Piano Lounge serving breakfast, lunch and dinner in elegant surrounds

The small, luxury spa is tailor-made for city breaks, with a sauna and menu of massages to soothe you after a day spent exploring. Before a night on the town, order a delicious dinner and drinks in the glitzy Piano Lounge. Or retreat to a cool garden cabana, watching the pool lights change to the rhythm of the music. When you return, a fresh, contemporary bedroom awaits.

1828 Smart Hotel puts you right in the heart of Palermo, arguably Buenos Aires’ trendiest district. By day its trendy cafés and boutiques are buzzing. But by night it really comes alive. See if you can find one of the area’s ‘secret’ bars, such as Frank’s that you enter via a phone booth using a secret code. Or seek out a milonga after midnight to watch the locals practice sultry tango. Nearby metro stations put you a subway ride away from the city’s best-known sites too, from Recoleta Cemetery to San Telmo’s Sunday market.

The Rooms
Welcome to a cool, crisp monochrome haven. Everything about the 1828 Smart Hotel rooms is designed to envelop you in luxury after a day of sightseeing – or late night out. Expect marble bathrooms, in-room espresso machines and almost-all-white décor. Airy suites even come with a Jacuzzi on a private terrace.

Food & Drink
If you’ve a sweet tooth, you’ll be at home in Buenos Aires – and at 1828 Smart Hotel. It celebrates the city’s best-loved treats, with medialunas and Argentinian favourite dulce de leche gracing tables. Breakfast is served until mid-morning, if you need a relaxed start to the day. Gourmet lunches and dinners can be wherever you choose – in the Piano Lounge, beside the cascading pool or in your room.

PIANO LOUNGE RESTAURANT
Cuisine type: International
Meals served: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Enjoy a unique buffet breakfast and a gastronomic service in an intimate and elegant atmosphere. In this space you can enjoy the music of the white grand piano and the beautiful view of the Pool Corner, with its 8 metre water cascade.

Amenities include a gym and a garden with an indoor pool and sunloungers, plus a ritzy piano lounge with elegant silver-trimmed furnishings. There's also a spa with a sauna and a massage room.

Address: Fray Justo Sta. Maria de Oro 1828, 1414 Buenos Aires, Argentina
Phone: +54 11 2060-9011 / 800-916-4339

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