Prodeo Hotel + Lounge
Why We Love This Hotel
- Small, chic hotel in trendy Palermo Soho near shopping and nightlife
- Complimentary breakfast buffet and Wi-Fi
- Features a trendy cocktail bar with drink specials and DJs
- Upgrade to a suite for twice the space and a private balcony
Palermo, Buenos Aires’ largest barrio, is home to porteños and expats in addition to countless sidewalk cafes, parks, galleries, boutiques and outdoor markets. The subdivision known as Palermo Soho is popular with photographers for the old Spanish-style houses lining its tree-lined cobblestone streets.
On one such avenue, visitors will find Prodeo Hotel, a hip boutique property with only 10 guest rooms. The hotel’s staff caters to guests’ individual needs by reserving tables at the top restaurants and providing insider information for those seeking entry to the hottest underground clubs in a city famous for its nightlife. The concierge can arrange personalized shopping trips and partners with tour guides to show guests around town. Visitors can book yoga classes, wine tastings and salon services or snag tickets to a fútbol game.
Accommodations feature minimalist decor with sharp, clean lines in subdued shades. Each room has a custom-designed canopy bed, flat-screen television and free Wi-Fi. Suites are twice the size of standard rooms with living rooms, dining areas and private sundecks overlooking the pool.
Each morning, a spread of bread, seasonal fruit, eggs and fresh juice is part of the complimentary breakfast buffet available to guests. A daily happy hour is hosted in the lounge with DJs starting the party and locals pre-gaming before heading to one of the nearby clubs.
A private chauffeur is available to escort guests to and from the airport upon request. Fares are automatically added to hotel bills, skipping the worry of converting for pesos at pricey airport kiosks.