The Nuss Hotel sits on a beautiful tree-lined street in Palermo Soho, surrounded by some of the finest bars, restaurants, shops and art galleries that Buenos Aires has to offer.
This former convent has 22 rooms situated around a central courtyard and decorated in an understated way by a local interior designer.
On the ground floor you will find the hotel's in-house deli, where pastry chef Inès Maciel serves up a fantastic breakfast, followed by tasty snacks throughout the rest of the day. There is also an open roof-top terrace with sun loungers and a plunge pool.
Why we like Nuss Buenos Aires Soho
Albeit small, the rooftop plunge pool offers welcome respite from the heat of the day and is a tranquil spot to unwind with a book in hand. Breakfast can also be taken on the same rooftop terrace, and it is a lovely spot to sip a Malbec before heading out to dinner.
Owing to its location in an avant-garde neighbourhood, Nuss Buenos Aires Soho is surrounded by eateries, bars, artisan stores and art galleries. Take a stroll through the botanical gardens with their large population of domestic cats, frequent the markets at Plaza Armenia and Plaza Serrano, or sit back and people-watch with a hot chocolate at one of the many cafés.
- In-house pastry chef and deli
- Rooftop terrace
Nuss Buenos Aires Soho is nestled within Buenos Aires’ bohemian barrio of Palermo Soho.