With a central location in Palermo Hollywood, one of Buenos Aires’ hippest neighbourhoods, Hotel Clásico is a new build with a regenerated heart.
While its name suggests majesty and grace, the 33-room Clásico marries contemporary elegance with vintage style and, as a consequence, bursts with Argentine charisma. Purpose-built from the ground up, the hotel is an entirely different picture inside, assembled from salvaged features such as chandeliers, oak parquet floors and wrought-iron door frames. Restored artefacts, hints of leather and images depicting the bustling metropolis are also right at home. Porteño poise and Art Deco elements are incorporated to impressive effect.
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