Book your stay at L'Hotel Palermo and start planning your Buenos Aires stay now while not forgetting to see Museo Evita, which is
Book your stay at L'Hotel Palermo and start planning your Buenos Aires stay now while not forgetting to see Museo Evita, which is just 1.8 km away. Shopping can be done close to the hotel with Alto Palermo Shopping Center within five kilometres.
Hair dryer is provided for added comfort and for your convenience. The bathrooms in each guestroom have a Waterfall/rainfall shower, in addition to other facilities. Rest well with the room's Turndown service, ideal for a comfortable stay. Voicemail is an in-room entertainment facility that helps you relax during your stay. Smart furnishings such as Alarm clock/radio help guests to relax and rest easy during their stay.
The closest MRT Palermo Station is 1.2 from the hotel, an ideal transportation method for getting around the area. The hotel provides an airport shuttle for a fee for those guests who are frequent flyers. L'Hotel Palermo is only 3.8 km away from Jorge Newbery Airport, making it an ideal choice for those flying into the area.
12 HotelTravel.com users rate L'Hotel Palermo highly, giving it a 4.7. See why in the review section.
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Check in/out Hotel Check-in Time is 3 PM, Check-out Time is 11 AM.
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User rating & reviews
Read about experiences of fellow travellers who have stayed at this hotel.
EXCELLENT 451 reviews
VERY GOOD 202 reviews
AVERAGE 36 reviews
POOR 12 reviews
TERRIBLE 10 reviews
Solo travel Traveller
17 May 2018
Sweet, Quiet and Affordable
I'm a planner. A year ago I choose this place and probably put everyone there through their paces in my excitement over my first visit to Buenos Aires. The location is a perfect jumping off point for the top tourist areas and there are numerous places close by for food, but by far the most impressive aspect was the service. This is not a 5-star snooty hotel, but the level of care and fussing they are willing to go to for their guests is both impressive and helpful. Jose, in particular, was forced to listen to my daily meanderings and never acted as though he was rushed or actually needed to do anything else--although he always did and this kindness is the personal touch you'll feel there. The quality of the surroundings are commensurate with the price, a little worn in places--like the rest of Buenos Aires, but a place loved by everyone it touches.
09 May 2018
Lots of potential, but less th....
The most disappointing property we stayed at our entire 24 day trip through Argentina was L’Hotel Palermo. While the restored mansion is pretty, and the area is certainly desirable, so many little things make this a less-than-average property rather than the charming boutique it could be. The pool was tiny and certainly not very conducive to spending any time in or around it. But the thing that drove me absolutely crazy were the bedsheets! I had read a previous review about the hotel needing fitted sheets, but hadn’t really given that a lot of thought or concern. But every time we got in the bed, even for a brief afternoon nap, the flat sheets (which did not seem big enough for the mattress) became untucked and wildly unmade. There also was no mattress pad so during the nights I’d constantly wake up and discover I was sleeping directly on the mattress, not a comforting thought no matter how hygienic a property is! It's interesting that there's a claim of 400 count Egyptian cotton sheets for all beds on the website. How about making sure they're big enough?? Also, it's interesting that their website promotes "every little detail" and "comfort better than home." So many little things were not present in the room, specifically a box of Kleenex and a wastebasket in the bedroom (only a very small one in the bathroom). They only offered one room key – not a problem really, but it’s nice to know we each might have a key if we were separated or did anything on our own. Plus they were overly insistent about charging us if we didn’t return that one key. They provided just 2 bottles of complementary water, which for a 5 night stay seems chintzy. Also, not to seem to be the abrasive Americans who expect everyone in the whole world to speak English, but of the limited cable TV stations available, not one was in English! (There was one that ran some English programs with Spanish subtitles, but the programming was very bizarre). It’s not like we stay in our room to watch TV, but there were times when we rested or were in the room before or after meals that we’d turn the television on, sometimes to catch up a bit on the news. Rarely if ever have we travelled to an overseas location, particularly a major city like Buenos Aires, where there was not an English CNN version and/or the BBC from the UK. Certainly unexpected, since there was a pretty fair number of American/British/Australian guests while we were there. Another thing, our room was located in the annex, directly above the breakfast area. It was shocking how loud it was, not only voices of other guests but the constant loud clanking of dishes all morning. Many of our mornings there we had early tour pick-ups (addressed in a minute), so this was not too much of a problem. But on the two mornings that we could have slept a little later, particularly on the weekend after a midnight milonga/tango hall date the night before, it was really annoying. As I indicated, we did have one tour pick up scheduled before the breakfast start time of 8:00 am. When we asked if it was possible to just get a cup of coffee prior to 8:00, the help (kitchen girls, not the front desk) just pointed to the sign that said 8:00 and shrugged no. The irony is that there is a coffeepot and water available all day long in the breakfast area, but seemingly a problem if it was before the official start of breakfast. I had to ask where the terrace was, after previously seeing it promoted on the website. We were given directions by the front desk staff, and headed up there with our borrowed corkscrew and wine glasses (which was a nice touch). When we located the terrace area, it was delightful but pitch black dark. If I hadn't had my phone flashlight, it would have been impossible. The next morning, the front desk guy said "well I could have turned the lights on for you." Really? Why didn't you? Like I said before, enough little bothersome things that for us definitely merits a less than stellar review.
28 Apr 2018
Beautiful boutique hotel
This charming boutique hotel was positioned perfectly in Palermo Soho. The staff were always helpful and friendly and willing to do anything to help. The hotel has beautiful garden and lovely spacious rooms. I would highly recommend staying here in Buenos Aires.
24 Apr 2018
A lovely, hidden gem
L'Hotel is one of those hotels that you can't tell much about it from the front door. But when you step inside it opens up to being a lovely gem hidden in Palermo. It is well situated to getting to excellent restaurants and the Subte. The staff was very helpful and very friendly, especially the front desk staff.
I will definitely stay here again.
20 Apr 2018
What a gem! What's not to like....
Apparently, this small boutique hotel was a grand, private home until less than a decade ago, and this shows in its gorgeous, long-established (and still well-maintained), completely private garden that is surrounded by walls about 14ft (4+m) high that are covered with flowering trumpet and pink Pandora vines. The breakfast room looks out on this tranquil garden, with its covered and open patios and a pool (that had obviously been cleaned before and during our visit).
Additionally, there's a charmingly set up roof-top terrace with seating, including chaises longues, above the third floor.
A generous buffet breakfast, with items to suit international clientele of most heritages, is served between 8:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. and is included in the room prices.
A bottle of complimentary Argentinian wine and two bottles of water were waiting in the room for us. (Perhaps, because we had booked directly, on-line?) The room and bathroom were not large or elaborate but were clean and perfectly comfortable, with air conditioning and modern windows that blocked out street noise.
The entrance is discreet, through a neat unmarked wooden door on Calle Thames, which is located in the heart of trendy, animated, bohemian Palermo Soho with its restaurants and cafes galore. This is simply a superb location, within walking distance of everything we needed (including the conference site of the Centro Cultural de la Ciencia and the Carlos Thayes Buenos Aires Botanical Garden) in an area of safe streets lined with giant trees (sycamore, elm, and others).
Last, but not least, the front desk staff whom we met (Frederico, Melissa, and Ignacio) were utterly charming and endlessly helpful. They provided us with local maps and directions, ordered us taxis as we needed them, and made up for our limited Spanish by speaking English. Similarly, Florencia, who provides the breakfasts, was delightful (and specifically told us, in English, that, though our departure would be at 6:30 a.m, thus before the usual time for breakfast to be served, we could still have tea, coffee, and muffins provided before we left).
In sum, we are terribly pleased that we found this gem and happily recommend it to other travelers.