The InterContinental, Buenos Aires allows travelers a base in that city’s Montserrat neighborhood that renders an experience of nearby sites, attractions and events while offering guests the promise of all the comforts of home after a day of business or pleasure. Concierge services and staff fluency accommodates guests who speak any of a half dozen of the major languages. The business center is open 24 hours and staffed from 8 AM – 9 PM.

Buenos Aires, Argentina — Colorful Signs in San Telmo District of Buenos Aires — Image by © Jon Hicks/Corbis

In the high rise hotel’s categories beyond executive rooms, guests experience high tread count Egyptian cotton sheets and Canadian goose down duvets in any of the 8 junior, or 2 presidential suites.

From the welcome gift to their turndown service, the chain’s optional Club InterContinental service enhances the guest experience, from your welcome gift to their turn-down service, that package includes an individual welcome, private Club InterContinental Lounge access, complimentary breakfast and daytime light refreshment and the offer to finish up the day with evening drinks. Beyond the hotel’s standard concierge service, Club guests enjoy a dedicated team to handle all details, questions and requests.

If you choose to begin your day with a short walk to the world famous Cafè La Puerto Rico, where patrons have enjoyed café fare and coffee since 1887,  you then head over to nearby Plaza Congreso, the public park facing the national congress,  guests may finish off an informal day and dine in the hotel at Terraza del Virrey’s Argentinian style grill. If you’re feeling a touch more casual, try the InterContinental’s Restaurant Mediterreneo, which closes after a late lunch time, for local and international fare.



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