What We Love
- The upscale, trendy Palermo Hollywood neighborhood for shopping and dining
- Comfortable rooms with kitchenettes and French balconies
What To Know
- Better for those looking for a quiet stay
- There’s no on-site restaurant, but there are plenty of options nearby
- No spa, but services can be arranged; the fitness center is on the small side
- Free WiFi
Opened in May 2011, Palermo Place hit the urban hotel sweet spot: all the modern amenities, a boutique atmosphere that’s a pleasant surprise, and a location that offers a glimpse of how a true Porteño lives. In a modern building on a quiet street in the upscale neighborhood of Palermo Hollywood, the lobby resembles that of a luxury apartment complex, with a small check-in desk, dark wood walls and colorful artwork on the walls.
Bed and Bath
Rooms are like small studio apartments, with rich chocolate-brown walls complemented by creamy yellow and blood-orange accents. The furnishings are sleek and streamlined, with shiny tile floors and a stylish kitchenette with granite countertops. French balconies overlook the rooftops of trendy homes and happening restaurants in this lively part of town — a treat on nice days. The rooms are particularly well suited to travelers on longer stays; slip on the free bathrobe and slippers and surf the satellite TV channels, or set up your computer at the well-lit work space and brew a pot of coffee.
Reflecting the pied-a-terre vibe, residential-style amenities include on-site laundry, free WiFi, spa services on request and delivery options from 50 local restaurants. There’s also an eighth-floor roof terrace for admiring the city streets below. The concierge service, Palermo Place’s biggest asset, can help you with literally anything, from custom-stocking your fridge before arrival to booking reservations throughout the city.