In the old days, people came to Buenos Aires for the steak, the tango, and the excitement of an old Latin American capital. Those things are still here, of course, but so too is an invigorated international city offering up cutting-edge art, food, and culture. Enjoy this beautiful city and stay in the best design hotel of Argentina, Hotel Pulitzer.
Nestled between the frenetic hustle of Microcento and the leafy old-world charm of the Recoleta – a well-heeled district known to locals as “Little Paris” – Hotel Pulitzer offers visitors to Buenos Aires a unique vantage from which to take in this electrifying city.
During summer months, poolside chaise lounges beckon guests to stretch out and bathe in the sun, eight stories above the bustling Buenos Aires streets. Should guests choose to unwind more privately, each of the hotel’s 104 rooms and suites contains its own temple of relaxation: a sleek, black-tiled bathroom complete with a hydromassage bath and aromatic oils. Step outside and you’re right in the heart of historic Buenos Aires, mere steps away from the city’s choice cultural offerings, such as the National Museum of Fine Arts, Florida Street, and San Martin Square.
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Hotel Pulitzer stands poised between different worlds: old and new, business and culture, vibrant nightlife and restorative relaxation. Thus it comes as no surprise that owner Louis Roig conceived of the property as, “a hotel of tradition in a thriving city in the renewal of architecture and design.” In its design and outlook, Hotel Pulitzer harkens back to Buenos Aires’ Golden Age while keeping its sights firmly set on the city’s future. Buenos Aires-based architect Guillermo Roitenberg’s new construction strikes a surprisingly modern tone when compared to the typical historic Buenos Aires’ hotel while maintaining slight deco flair.
Interior designer Lázaro Rosa-Violán creates a breezy, effervescent vibe with his effortless blend of 50s glamour and modern minimalism. Crisp interiors exude understated cosmopolitan chic with steel-trimmed modular furniture and trompe l’oeils of latticed woods. A striking palette of bold aquamarine, cool whites, rusts, and bold blacks prevails throughout.