What We Love
- Luxe textures, a muted color palette and chic furnishings make rooms feel like private pied-a-terres
- The inventive Indian and Mediterranean cuisine in the Bengal restaurant
- Top-notch boutiques just a stiletto’s throw away
- French-style balconies overlooking chic Callao Avenue
What To Know
- Party people might prefer a livelier ‘hood, like Palermo or San Telmo
- Free WiFi
- The hotel can provide guest cell phones on request
- Free WiFi
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
Set in the upscale, elegant Recoleta district, this boutique gem is for those wanting to revel in Buenos Aires’ Euro-fabulous side: in location and decor, it’s reminiscent of a Parisian hôtel particulier, but the hotel is also within easy reach of the city’s distinctly South American pastimes like tango dancing and Malbec-sipping. The spa menu spans the globe, from Hindu massages to Japanese therapy, while the restaurant, Bengal, offers an exotic alternative to the ubiquitous steakhouses and bistros.
In the Area
A wander through Recoleta Cemetery is a must – with its aged tombstones, endless avenues and resident cats, it feels like something out of a Gothic fairytale. Several Argentine luminaries are buried here, including Evita Peron. Visit one of the world’s most beautiful bookstores, the 100-year-old El Ateneo, then stroll the upscale Avenida Alvear, home to many galleries and high-end boutiques before stopping for lunch amid the Belle Epoque splendor of the Palacio Balcarce, whose first-floor restaurant overlooks lovely gardens.
How to Get There
Staff were very pleasant and helpful, especially front of house. All queries were answered and I was given advice on where to visit and where to avaoid! Bedroom was large and comfortable. Good sized bathroom. Pleasant dining room staff. Nice location.
It was perfect. Recoleta is marvelous the hotel is of high standard , modern styling, comfortable, pleasant and very good service. Food is good. You can go out in the evening for a walk and it is very pleasant.
My husband and I stayed at CasaSur for 5 nights. Although the 1st room we were given was quite dark and had internet issues, on the 2nd day the staff graciously moved us a few floors. After that, it was smooth sailing. The concierge made great recommendations. Overall, we were quite happy with our stay.
We had a great stay at CasaSur. Whilst the rooms are relatively small, they were comfortable and clean.
Whilst most tourist sites (other than the Recoleta cemetery) are in other areas of the city, Recoleta was a perfect place to be based. It was easy to walk to nearby cafes, ice-cream shops and bars and we always felt safe.
The most impressive part of the hotel was the excellent service from the hotel staff. The team were both professional and friendly. The service is more personal than a large hotel. Special thanks to Isaac, Nelson and Juan.
From their Front Desk Agents to their Guest Room Attendants all were wonderful. My stay was pleasant and nice, full of the best vibes and the best hospitality. I will totally recommend this hotel to anyone going to Argentina and definitely, I will go again.