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Boutique Nuss Hotel is housed in a 1930’s convent on a leafy avenue in Palermo Soho, and is very much a part of Buenos Aires’ ever-trendy address book.
The 22 bedrooms are all set around a central atrium and have great views over the streets of Palermo. They are a mix of traditional and contemporary - while all being pleasantly understated - and have plasma screen televisions, leather bound desks and funky lamps.
Although there is no restaurant at Nuss Hotel, there is a Deli where pastry chef Inès Maciel whips up a storm at breakfast, and drinks and various light meals are served throughout the day. There are also numerous options around every corner, with Palermo Soho being home to some of Buenos Aires's finest establishments, as well as new and up and coming places where the cosmo locals hang out.
Facilities include a gym and a roof terrace with plunge pool and sun loungers - a great place to watch Palermo in action. There are also plans to build a roof top bar for hotel guests only - watch this space.
Why we love it
Understated yet chic, Nuss Buenos Aires SOHO keeps up with the expectations of the city's trendiest barrio.