4.5
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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

Amenities

  •  Babysitting
  •  Bar
  •  Free WiFi
  •  Gym
  •  Handicap-accessible
  •  Parking On Site
  •  Pool
  •  Restaurant
  •  Room Service
  •  Spa
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Overview

Classic European-inspired luxury, a spa with globally-inspired treatments and a primo position in Buenos Aires’ swankiest district

The Lowdown

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

CasaSur Recoleta
Avenida Callao 1823
Buenos Aires, 1024 Argentina

Reviews

4.5 Very Good 889 Reviews
EXCELLENT location/EXCELLENT Service!
Reviewed 10 hours ago

We arrived from an early flight. Our room wasn’t ready but our luggage was held and brought up when the room was ready. We were offered to use their spa to shower and change and relax after a long flight. We were here for 5 nights and the front desk staff was so helpful in recommendations/reservations on where to eat, show reservation, where to go for money exchange etc. Very thankful for that as we were first timers. The location was very nice to walk around. Recoleta cemetery very close. We had one of the jr suites which were really roomy. Nice to have space to spread out. 2 nice bathrooms with rain shower heads. Felt so good. Bed very comfortable. Room very quiet Breakfast included in our rate and had a nice variety of items. Great people working there too! Walking in from the street you were greeted with a sense of calm and relaxation. A lovely scent in the entryway. Always a smile and greeting when returning from your adventure. Truly a lovely place to stay. If you are here on a Saturday they offer a free city tour. We signed up not really expecting much but boy were we wrong. It was wonderful and really an exceptional benefit of staying here.
Would highly recommend this hotel!

Great location, wonderful staff and quaint hotel!
Reviewed 5 days ago

CasaSur Recoleta is a small boutique hotel. The staff was professional, friendly and very accommodating. They offered great recommendations for dinner and general site seeing. The rooms were very comfortable, although you need to pay attention on how to control the climate control in the room. The free breakfast was very sufficient and tasty. The location was wonderful! Our group actually toured a couple of the 5* hotels in the area, although they were nice, they were also much more in price and in my opinion didn't offered the warmth that the CasaSur provided! I would definitely stay at the CasaSur Recoleta again!

Great Hotel
Reviewed 1 week ago

My husband and I stayed two nights and were totally impressed by the staff and service in this adorable boutique type hotel. It’s location was convenient and with easy access to lots of restaurants. Would highly recommend a stay there.

Excellent location, nice hotel
Reviewed 1 week ago

Extremely helpful and friendly staff. They had great restaurant recommendations and made all our reservations for us which was wonderful given we speak very little Spanish. The location was fantastic with many places to see within walking distance. Rooms were comfortable and nicely decorated.

Our go-to hotel in Buenos Aires
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We stay at CasaSur whenever we visit Buenos aires. The location suits our needs, the hotel staff is superb and we simply enjoy the hotel. Our last visit was a quick, overnight stay to conduct some business. I wish we could have been there longer.