C1006 Buenos Aires
104 rooms & suites
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Nestled between the frenetic hustle of Microcentro 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.
Housed in a contemporary construction by acclaimed architect Guillermo Roitenberg, its design elements subtly harken back to the deco heritage of Argentina’s Golden Age. Inside, Lázaro Rosa-Violán’s crisp interiors exude understated cosmopolitan chic with steel-trimmed modular furniture, myriad mirrors and trompe l’oeils of latticed woods. A striking palette of bold aquamarine, cool whites, rusts and bold blacks prevails throughout. Although the city’s hottest attractions lies mere steps from the door, Hotel Pulitzer also offers countless opportunities for its guests to relax and unwind. During summer months poolside chaise lounges beckon guests to stretch out and bathe in the sun eight stories above the bustling Buenos Aires streets. Upstairs at the 13th floor Sky Bar, superbly mixed drinks flow while sultry, sun-kissed patrons take in the sunset al fresco.
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 are 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.
Location, location, location: Hotel Pulitzer invites you to work, play, pause, unwind in the historic heart of Buenos Aires, right between Microcentro’s bustling business and shopping districts and culturally vibrant Recoleta neighborhood.
LOCATION OF HOTEL PULITZER
Hotel Pulitzer Buenos Aires is located in Calle Maipu on the corner with Calle Paraguay, in the heart of the Buenos Aires, between Microcentro and Recoleta district.
Microcentro is the main hub as well as the geographical and symbolic heart of Buenos Aires. It encapsulates the pulse of the city’s financial district, endless historical sights, unparalleled architecture, shopping, and some of the most prestigious hotels and restaurants. Recoleta is a high-class residential and commercial district and one of the most elegant neighborhoods in Buenos Aires.