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Anselmo Buenos Aires, Curio Collection by Hilton

Don Anselmo Aieta 1069, C1103AAA CABA, Argentina
+54 11 4834-3200
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Anselmo Buenos Aires, Curio Collection by Hilton  Buenos Aires  Argentina
Anselmo Buenos Aires, Curio Collection by Hilton  Buenos Aires  Argentina
Anselmo Buenos Aires, Curio Collection by Hilton  Buenos Aires  Argentina
Anselmo Buenos Aires, Curio Collection by Hilton  Buenos Aires  Argentina
Anselmo Buenos Aires, Curio Collection by Hilton  Buenos Aires  Argentina
Anselmo Buenos Aires, Curio Collection by Hilton  Buenos Aires  Argentina
Anselmo Buenos Aires, Curio Collection by Hilton  Buenos Aires  Argentina
Anselmo Buenos Aires, Curio Collection by Hilton  Buenos Aires  Argentina
Anselmo Buenos Aires, Curio Collection by Hilton  Buenos Aires  Argentina
Anselmo Buenos Aires, Curio Collection by Hilton  Buenos Aires  Argentina
Anselmo Buenos Aires, Curio Collection by Hilton  Buenos Aires  Argentina
Anselmo Buenos Aires, Curio Collection by Hilton  Buenos Aires  Argentina

Anselmo Buenos Aires, Curio Collection by Hilton

Tango is as essential to Buenos Aires as pizza is to Naples, so the Anselmo Hotel is a perfect fit for the city, with its location in the heart of the San Telmo neighborhood—known for spontaneous street dancing—in a 1906 mansion once belonging to tango composer Anselmo Asiento. The hotel is perched on Plaza Dorrego, a lively public space surrounded by cafes and shops which especially gets going on Sunday, when the San Telmo antique fair and flea market spills into the street, attracting shoppers, musicians, and revelers. Clean-lined, modern furniture and black-and-white photographs of Buenos Aires compliment the building’s original wooden shutters and wrought-iron balconies. Sip a glass of Malbec in the cozy wood interior of the Acacia bar and restaurant, or take it outside into the calm inner courtyard. A small gym is available if you haven’t gotten in enough steps wandering the neighborhood’s cobblestone streets or tango dancing the night away.

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Anselmo Buenos Aires, Curio Collection by Hilton

An early 1900s mansion reimagined as a hotel, Anselmo Buenos Aires is named for its rumored first owner, tango composer Anselmo Aieta. It’s steps from San Telmo’s Plaza Dorrego, a lively meeting point where locals tango and crowds overflow from cafés into the cobblestoned streets. Effortlessly blending with San Telmo’s charming colonial buildings, Anselmo retains its original façade; but beyond the arched doorway, modern interiors and warm wood accents make for an elegant stay in one of the property’s 50 rooms, replete with floor-to-ceiling windows and walk-in showers. When you’re not browsing San Telmo’s boutique shops or markets, enjoy a seasonal, locally sourced meal at Café Anselmo or an al fresco nightcap in the property’s interior courtyard.