Concierge.com's insider take:
The stylish 84-room Jousten hotel, built in 1928, was long a favorite hangout of the Buenos Aires upper crust, hosting the likes of Juan and Evita Perón. After a long decline, the storied property was bought by the Spanish NH chain and returned to its original charm: The Jousten's ornate white facade is a beauty, a kind of Art Deco–era Venetian palazzo, and the interiors—with painted Spanish tiles, generous wood moldings, and ornate columns—suggest a felicitous marriage of modern boutique-hotel design and Old World European-style luxury. The central location—near the Plaza de Mayo and looking out over Puerto Madero—makes it one of the top business and tourist hotels in town.
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