C1006 Buenos Aires
104 rooms & suites
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ARCHITECTURE / DESIGN
Architecture: Guillermo Roitenberg
Interior Design: Lázaro Rosa-Violán
Walk into the stunning ground floor library built from dark lapacho wood and you’ll find myriad volumes devoted to Argentine art and culture. One of several enclaves for socializing or relaxing in Hotel Pulitzer, this erudite detail speaks to the hotel’s signature fusion of local integration and sophisticated comfort.
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. Each of the hotel’s 104 rooms and suite contain a blend of vintage and contemporary furniture peppered with details like oversized mirrors, pinstriped wallpaper, and bold black accents. This air of casual elegance continues in the hotel’s common areas like the Visit Cocktail Bar where guests can sample vintages from a 500-bin wine list or a cocktail menu designed by the legendary local mixologist Inés de los Santos. Upstairs at the Visit Sky Bar guests gather at small wooden tables or along a glistening white banquette to listen to chilled out music and take in breathtaking city views.