Why are Apartment Hotels so Popular in Buenos Aires?
Firstly let’s describe the meaning of an “apartment hotel”:
“the apartment hotels combines the flexibility of apartment living with the service of a hotel”.
These hotel-like amenities consist of: Complimentary WIFI & satellite TV, Integrated kitchen and bathroom, Concierge Services, Business Centre, Fitness Centre, Solarium, Spa, and many more, bringing the hotel experience to a whole new level.
There is no better way to describe Palermo Place. The location itself speaks for the quality of the complex, it is situated in the heart of one of the most sought out areas in Buenos Aires, Palermo Hollywood. Walking distance from the trendiest bars and restaurants, the area offers a genuine feel of what Argentina’s capital is all about. The panoramic views from the terrace and deck are as enchanting during the day as they are at night, making the lucky owner feel the unique combination of peace and excitement that this wonderful city has to offer.
By owning one of these units the owner can enjoy a fully equipped flat while they are in BA and then rent it out while they are abroad. This is therefore, not only a home but an investment, both in the short term and the long term. Making it, like BA itself, unique.
On top of all this, the owner doesn’t have to worry about dealing with time consuming administrative chores if something goes wrong, as there is a 24 hour monitoring and repair service.
To find out more about this unique synergy which creates a luxurious home away from home, contact Kashara Taylor at Gateway to South America 0054-11-5254-3415.
About Marcia Williamson
Marcia is a high achiever. She has lived and worked in Buenos Aires for 18 years in senior positions using her proven skills in project management, sales and marketing. Before that she lived and worked in Brazil for over 5 years. She is a licensed real estate sales associate in Florida, USA, and she brings to GTSA a number of skills that will help clients market and sell their properties in a professional way. She is fluent in English and Spanish, and conversant in Portuguese.