Sheraton Libertador Hotel

  • Avenida Cordoba 690
  • Buenos Aires,
  • Buenos Aires
  • 1054
  • Argentinien
  • Landkarte

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Für Kinder bis 12 Jahre ist die Übernachtung in vorhandenen Betten kostenfrei. Für Kinder ab 13 Jahren ist ein Zusatzbett erforderlich. Kinderbetten sind kostenfrei; Zusatzbetten sind gegen eine Gebühr in Höhe von 50,- USD zzgl. Steuer erhältlich. Pro Zimmer sind maximal zwei Kinder erlaubt.

Rated 3.5 out of 5 by 78 reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5 by AC didnt work AC did not work during my stay, a fact that made my night sleep very uncomfortable. December 8, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by We enjoyed our stay The location was great; the staff were very helpful; accommodations were very nice and comfortable. I particularly enjoyed the Club room (a very nice perk) delicious goodies and a fun place to meet and talk with other travelers. December 1, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Best of the bunch Have stayed here a dozen times in the past 3 years. This is the best SPG property in BsAs hands down. Location is not glamorous, but very central for business and convenient Galerias Pacifico Mall across the street. Staff are all pleasant, and efficient. Good SPG Platinum recognition as every time I had an upgrade to a junior suite or a presidential suite on the club floor. Club lounge is small, but ok for breakfast, not so good in the evenings. Wireless internet always works fine, which is more than can be said for other SPG properties in BA. Swimming pool, jacuzzi and sauna very nice (especially the later with a panoramic view of the city). Gym room is small but adequate. My only real gripe is with the elevators, which are slow. This is not a 5-star property (half the time there's no one at the doors to hail cabs, etc) but that is reflected in the competitive rates. April 11, 2012
Rated 3 out of 5 by Nice Lobby.... Stayed at this hotel from October 19th to October 22nd. When away from home, having WiFi is a priority, be ready to pay a separate fee to access the internet (do offer the business center for free internet access but who wants to go to the main floor after a long flight?) and another fee if you want to use the safe box at the front desk, This hotel is pricey and these two "amenities" should be it is in other Sheraton hotels. October 26, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by Great service and location, plumbing/shower issues Stayed at the Libertador Hotel for 4 nights in Nov. 2011. First, the good was the location downtown in the the center of Buenos Aires. The service was unlike most US-based Sheraton's where the front-desk staff act as your concierge. They will draw on your map, suggest a restaurant, call and make a reservation, etc. They were very patient and very helpful. 5 STARs The bad: 1) The Club Level Lounge food and continental breakfast was very poor. If I had to pay for it I would have asked for a refund (I am a Platinum member). Also, the happy hour requires you consume your drink in the lounge. Why? 2) The plumbing in the bathroom was poor. The shower was difficult to use because the narrow size of the tub. It has one of those odd, European-style half doors on the tub (I simply do not understand this for a shower) The water was difficult to get to the correct temperature. The water continued to run for several seconds after you turned it off. Old plumbing? The shower experience was nearly 1.5 STAR drop. I did not get upgraded which was surprising because the hotel seemed slow. Basically, I would try the other Sheraton in Buenos Aires next time. November 28, 2011
Rated 2 out of 5 by Great Location - Within Walking Distance of Alot of Places Nice rooms. However the lobby is very "worn" from the 70's look. Need to buy new lobby furniture and/or re-cover furniture. Lobby personal from the porter to front desk need to be more "service" oriented. When hotel guests have packages they don't want to be bothered by going thru a revolving door. Also when the hotel is at full occupancy the 3 elevators can take for ever getting hotel guests where they want to go. Breakfast buffet very good for "hotel" food and many options. Also restaurant downstairs very good food. However, service can be slow at times and not the main focus. This could be a Latin American "thing". I would stay at this property again but Mr. King the General Manager of this property needs to be more "hands-on" with regards to training staff on "service" and hotel guests expectations. November 27, 2011
Rated 1 out of 5 by Awful experience - would not recommend Staff was very unaccommodating to a change in my stay. I had accidently made a change in my hotel and ended up with reservations at two different Sheraton hotels in Buenos Aires. I notified the front desk within 5 minutes of my arrival and neither hotel would let me change / cancel the reservation so I ended up having to pay two full nights. The follow-up from both hotels to resolve this issue was also very poor. The Starwood desk assisted me and said I would hear back within 72 hours from the hotel. They never responded and I had to call Starwood multiple times to get this information. I have had good success with Sheraton hotels but will not stay at these hotels in Buenos Aires and would definitely caution everyone against this hotel. December 20, 2011
Rated 1 out of 5 by Bad service I am platinum and I got upgrade to presidential suite... Very nice and big but with so old furniture and not possible to close air conditioning in the main room. The internet connection was not working and the staff were not able to fix the problem. Only after three hours they found a solution but I need to run and run up and down form room to reception many times. Lounge SPG so small and bad service inside. Absolutely to avoid....... December 8, 2011
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