With traditional Spanish architecture and French-inspired interior design, the 151 rooms in this building dating back to 1929 are a charming departure from typical. Thick oak doors leading to the hallways filled with classic art and antique furniture add to the overall ambiance of the traditionally-styled hotel. The location is second to none as it is located near several plazas and shopping areas, and the subway is right across the street. Be sure to unwind for a drink in the lobby bar where the glossy floor and bronze ornamentation are reminiscent of when Buenos Aires was considered the Paris of Latin America. A fair price and a central location make this out-of-the-ordinary stay a great consideration while staying in the busy city.