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“A wonderfully unique hotel, with undertones of quiet sophistication and glamour. Each room gently honors a national hero. Wooden floors, paintings, posters of the era, and fireplaces make it a completely charming cultural infusion. No restaurant or bar, but in a buzzy area of town. ”

“A wonderfully unique hotel, with undertones of quiet sophistication and glamour. Each room gently honors a national hero. Wooden floors, paintings, posters of the era, and fireplaces make it a completely charming cultural infusion. No restaurant or bar, but in a buzzy area of town. ”

Hotel Review

The 11-roomed Legado Mìtico in this now trendy area for fashion, design, restaurants, bars and street culture is a wonderful combination of old and new, which will appeal to those who appreciate an historic building done up with style. It has a cosy, relaxed atmosphere and a comfortable wood-floored sitting room, furnished with large sofas. Each room is dedicated to a different mythical Argentine character, is individually decorated and contains all the latest technology, including LCD flat screen TVs. There’s a rooftop Jacuzzi and solarium.
Recommended for
  • Value chic
  • Great value for a remarkable stay- with leather Chesterfields and Mies van der Rohe chairs mixed with old tango posters.
  • City Style
  • Effortlessly stylish and sophisticated, each room subtly nods to a hero of Argentina's tumultuous past.
 

Written by Leonie Glass

Recommended For

  • Value chic
  • Great value for a remarkable stay- with leather Chesterfields and Mies van der Rohe chairs mixed with old tango posters.
  • City Style
  • Effortlessly stylish and sophisticated, each room subtly nods to a hero of Argentina's tumultuous past.
  • Other Activities
  • Spend a cosy evening amongst the polished wood floors, leather couches, and towering bookcases soaking up Argentine history.
  • Hotel Entertainment
  • Join your fellow guests sipping on Malbec on the patio, or swaying along to background tango.
  • Close to nightlife
  • Though it seems a peaceful spot, the hotel is infact surrounded by lively bars and trendy restaurants.
  • Designer Shopping
  • Palermo Soho is choc-a-block with chic boutiques and designer shops- first port of call Rapsodia.
  • Less £
  • Lively
  • Owner managed
  • Free wifi
  • Designer
  • House party feel
  • Full of character
  • Sit-out Terrace
  • Theme hotel
  • No restaurant
  • Breakfast only.
  • Restrictions on children
  • 12 years and older only.
  • Romantic
  • Quirky
  • Antiques
  • Chic
  • Historic
  • Boutique
  • B+B
  • Artworks
  • Child friendly
  • Children of all ages welcome.
  • Retro/Vintage
  • Intimate
  • Charming
  • Contemporary
  • Traditional
  • Disabled access

Facilities

  • Walking distance restaurants
  • In room DVD
  • Fireplace
  • Car not required
  • Bar
  • Safe
  • Business Centre
  • Free wifi
  • Internet
  • Sit-out Terrace
  • No restaurant
  • Breakfast only.
  • Restrictions on children
  • 12 years and older only.
  • Bicycle hire
  • Library
  • Wifi
  • Garden
  • Swimming Pool
  • Outdoor pool
  • Child friendly
  • Children of all ages welcome.
  • Satellite / Cable TV
  • Concierge
  • Hot Tub
  • Disabled access
  • Sitting Room
  • Air conditioning

Activities

  • Other Activities
  • Spend a cosy evening amongst the polished wood floors, leather couches, and towering bookcases soaking up Argentine history.
  • Hotel Entertainment
  • Join your fellow guests sipping on Malbec on the patio, or swaying along to background tango.
  • Close to nightlife
  • Though it seems a peaceful spot, the hotel is infact surrounded by lively bars and trendy restaurants.
  • Designer Shopping
  • Palermo Soho is choc-a-block with chic boutiques and designer shops- first port of call Rapsodia.

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Legado Mitico Buenos Aires

"A refurbished three-storey townhouse, with décor midway between museum and private mansion. Artworks, Andean rugs, bookscases and period furniture decorate the landings."

Originally published by The Telegraph (view article)