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Over Faena Hotel
De luxueuze inrichting is ontworpen door Philip Starck. Het interieur, het meubilair, het servies, alles is speciaal ontworpen voor dit hotel. Klassieke stijlelementen zijn met een knipoog naar de sixties tot een speelse retrostijl omgevormd. Het hotel wordt zeer druk bezocht door de ‘young and bright’ van de stad voor een apéritief, voor het zwembadterras of voor een wervelende tangoshow. Het hotel is een voormalig pakhuis en ligt in de wijk Puerto Madero.
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: Luxe kamers voorzien van televisie met Dolby Surround Systeem, kluisje en internettoegang (tegen betaling). Badkamer met bad/douche. Stads- of rivierzicht.
Het Faena Hotel in de wijk Puerto Madero, een moderne en hippe wijk gelegen aan de prachtige haven promenade van de stad.
• 2 Restaurants
• Lounge met bibliotheek
• Gift shop
Buenos Aires is veelal het begin- en eindpunt van uw rondreis Argentinië: De stad is kosmopolitisch en bruisend en doet erg Europees aan met een latino ambiance van tango, elegantie en terrasjes.
"Great luxury hotel, with some risk of deterioration"
I spend one night at this hotel, attracted by his fame. Indeed, very nice hotel! Still, owners need to take care with maintenance; on the long run this could be negative. The decoration is very interesting, creating an immediate sense of uniqueness and luxury. The service of the experience managers was excellent. The decoration of the room followed the expectation created by the lobby, so it was great. The design of the bathroom is also unique, reinforcing the whole experience. The bar â€œLibrary Loungeâ€ also is very special, and the show on Saturday night was very good. Continuing the good service, the barman was great. Following the unique visual, the swimming pool area is also great. We also used the free bikes that are provided. If you are guest on the weekend, take them to bike the region!! We used the sauna, if you have a central European experience of sauna, is just OK. As an exception, the ladies at the front desk of the sauna seemed to be unexperienced and poorly trained (an exception to the general service experience). The negative part is certain level of lack of maintenance. Do not take me wrong, I am not talking about a complete renewal! Being so the case, it is a pity that several elements causes the impression of poor maintenance: no channels programmed in the TV, power outlet at the side of the room was loose, so it was not easy to use it, the toilette lid was loose, the cover of the AC control was loose, the hourglass of the sauna was looseâ€¦ so easy to improveâ€¦
Very nice hotel and the environment is very unique. The deco is one of a kind and the service is also very good. It looks like needs some renovation. Don't miss the restaurant "El Mercado", great food and a very complete menu.
"south america trip 2016"
i been to so many hotels in the world so many cities but i think Faena one of the best hotel i have ever been in my life apically the one in Buenos Aires the pool area amazing the rooms are beautiful the service everything i had amazing time there thank you Faena team Enjoy a place you must see in Buenos Aires
"Great stay for bed not for dining and drinking"
Great stay and quality of suites, meals are ridiculously expensive compared to what is delivered as well as wine. They should level with the great restaurants in the region outside hotel. I would definitely made my bkfast and dinners with wine in the hotel relaxed after a hard work day. But the prices are way to high for what is delivered.
"You're not cool enough to stay here"
This trendy hotel/night club is located in Buenos Aires's newly gentrified Puerto Madero. In terms of location, you couldn't do much better. It's about a 15 minute walk from Casa Rosada and the terminus of the SubtÃ© Line 1 subway. Many mid-range and upscale restaurants along the nearby canal (5 min walk) and lively sidewalk culture. Safe, comfortable neighborhood, especially compared to the seedy center around the obelisk. Amenities really are first rate, and if the breakfast is included in your rate, definitely partake! Fresh honeycomb, kiwi, deliciously strong black coffee served in personal filtration beakers. The beds are comfortable, and the staff very professional and attentive. If you're a "normal" traveler, however (and you probably are if you're reading this), the experience of staying here may feel a little over-the-top. After schlepping here from wherever you're coming from, you're greeted by an impeccably dressed "experience manager," who has your bags whisked away and proceeds to interview you about what you're hoping to accomplish on your visit. (They really do know the city, and can make reservations and tours happen easily, so don't be afraid to ask). While your room is being prepared, you may be invited to enjoy a signature cocktail by the pool. It's a great spot to relax and enjoy views of the brick faÃ§ade of the historic building. I know other reviewers were upset that this wasn't a swimming pool, but it's pretty clearly meant to be decorative. For reasons passing understanding, there's an enormous crown mounted in the middle, and in case you're wondering if it turns into a fountain, the answer is yes, absolutely. Obviously a crown in the middle of a hotel wading pool periodically sprays water in its best effort at being majestic. I will never understand the glass-box bathrooms, though. The number of times I hit myself in the face with a wall or door in the middle of the night trying to find the toilet is higher than I care to admit in this forum. And while it is certainly sexy to shower *with* your companion, it's a little voyeuristic to simply *watch.* Also, watching someone pee is not enjoyable to anyone but the 45th president. The privacy curtains are fussy and the electronic sunshades took me a good 15 minutes to decode. Weekend evenings, the hotel bar turns into a proper club, which guests are welcome to enter. The music is as loud as you'd expect in a club, and drinks are very difficult to order. Lots of shoving and pushing. Better to raid the mini-bar in room. This all led me to the conclusion that, while this was a very memorable visit, I would probably not choose to stay here again. I'm just not cool enough ;)
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