Soler 5862, Palermo
The Fierro is located in the quieter, more residential area of Palermo known as Hollywood. An intimate, boutique option, this hotel may be small but it has all the expected amenities—including a rooftop pool and sauna. Rooms are modern and tastefully appointed with writing desks, super soft sheets, and rain showers. The on-site restaurant Uco is much-loved by locals and visitors alike serving up farm-to-fork food and a full Irish breakfast in the mornings (thanks to influence of Irish chef Ed Kerrigan). A hidden gem behind the property is the garden, a verdant space that feels like the tropics—it's a great spot to sit with a post-dinner drink under the twinkling lights strung between the trees. The Fierro is not the over-the-top option but it’s comfortable, practical, and has its own charm.
Honduras 5860, Palermo
Every corner of Home is considered, from the décor to the garden to the accoutrements they offer guests (including a totally current city guide, written in-house). It's the first boutique hotel in BA to have a sustainable bent (the swimming pool is heated with solar power), and its accommodations read more like a stay in the city's coolest artist's home–with all the extras. The design incorporates a retro appeal with its gorgeous use of colorful vintage wallpaper throughout, punctuated by stunning Mid-century furniture, all of which makes it one of the more aesthetically unique places we've stayed. What makes this hotel stand apart, though, is its outdoor pool and garden area, which is best enjoyed in the morning while indulging in the hotel's stellar authentic Argentine breakfast, or at night with a glass of Malbec. And its location is ideal: tucked along a leafy street in Palermo Hollywood, it makes for a quiet respite if you're looking to totally unplug, or a convenient basecamp if you'd rather explore some of the city's best restaurants, all of which are within striking distance.
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