The Hotel Rosario is a modern and comfortable four-star hotel located right in the city of Rosario, between the Rio Parana and Cordoba pedestrian street. It has all the facilities of a hotel of its stature: the rooms are comfortable and the service is very cordial. Despite being in downtown, the street is a very quiet and relaxed.
This 5-star hotel features a convention center with several rooms prepared for social events, conventions, and conferences which are available as needed. In the Business Center, the technology is compelte and state of the art, and there is bilingual staff. In the Spa & Health club there is a relaxation area, pool, fitness center with all kinds of devices. There are Deluxe Suite Rooms with twin or double beds, desk, LCD television with DVD and CD, and bathrooms. The Junior rooms have a double bed or two singles, whirlpool, LCD TV with DVD and CD Player. The Executive Suite has triple beds, anteroom reception, and jacuzzi. All twin mattress and move to up to three positions, and there is Wi-Fi, voicemail, digital safety box, and room service. The restaurant has live music, appetizers and desserts, fine cuisine, fine wines and exotic dishes. In the Bar of the Arts, where I was having coffee with friends, it's is really warm and comfortable, with individual seats which is great for a snack, tea, or some delicious drinks. I'll bring the coffee on a silver two-story tray, full of very small candied fruit and varied citruses. Just take photos outside because if you do not allow you passenger inside. To query the mail is Consultas@rostowerhotel.Com.Ar, can also be done online in a form for this purpose, which can be requested sending promotions. The website is in Spanish, English and Portuguese. It is just block away from Spain Park, 5 blocks from Córdoba and the mythical Pedestrian Bar [poi = 68855] Cairo [/ poi] and [poi = 65413] Palacio Fuentes [/ poi], and 6 blocks of pedestrian San Martin. You can walk, by bus line, remis or taxi depending on where you are. The [poi = 54631] Bus Station Mariano Moreno [/ poi] is 25 blocks away and the airport 14 km.
Today I was invited as a member of the Central Council of Co-Owners of Retail Consortium Rosario, to attend the opening of the Apart Hotel. It took place at 19:30, and we had a warm reception, finding ourselves completely surrounded by vases filled with lilies. The catering service was first class, and the guests - among whom were several developers and owners of tourist agencies, not just in Rosario but also Buenos Aires and other cities in Argentina - had a good time mingling. It was an interesting evening as, despite its steady growth, the hotel sector in Rosario is still insufficient to support the large numbers of tourists.
This new hotel is part of a franchise that also operates in Buenos Aires. It has 10 fully equipped apartments, tastefully decorated. We had a look at each of them, and we found LCD 32" TVs, free WiFi, heaters and air conditioning. Every apartment had an identical, white kitchen with a coffee, microwave and refrigerator, with two hobs. There's a telephone in every apartment, as well as a solarium deck and grill. The bathrooms come complete with bathtub, hairdryer and toiletries. Each apartment also has a private safe, continental breakfast, and daily maid service. The concierge is happy to help you find information, purchase tickets for shows, or find catering, babysitters, food shopping, or any other special needs. It's in a quiet spot, just three blocks from Independence Park and about fifteen blocks from the Parana River waterfront. You can find public transport that will take you to every part of the city.
This very modern hotel that is too much for my taste, which is quite classic, belongs to the French chain Accor and it has a 5 star rating. It has a central lobby with a huge variety of living spaces whose furniture is upholstered in leather or suede, combining beige with brown every so often cut with high-backed red chairs, coffee tables round lacquered in white, chrome with glass lid grinding or rectangular with dark marble. The front of house spoke several languages and kindly answered my questions we were interested about. Those who live in the city have the chance to visit some of the 180 rooms any day of the week except Saturdays, Sundays and holidays, unless these are occupied. It has interactive terminals that facilitate the entry and exit of passengers quickly and smoothly. The security staff are always present and act very discreetly in all environments. The hotel has a gym, a jacuzzi, indoor and outdoor tennis and paddle courts. They accept American Express, Eurocard, Mastercard and Visa. Everything is ready for the easy transit of disabled people. Parking spaces can be rented at the hotel, which also offers internet, wi fi, Bar, Cafe, Restaurant, Beauty Center, Business Center and everything that can be expected from a hotel of this category. The location and the phone are the hotel's, and the web page is the same as the Casino's. My son-in-law Javier deserves special mentioning, as he was my tour guide and on December 8th at noon, he took me to visit the[poi = 111776] Casino City Center [/ poi], the Hotel and everything else. It also features [poi = 116571] Destinos, Bar & Tastes of the World [/ poi], [poi = 116572] a Free-buffet pass [/ poi] and a venue for music shows in [poi = 116573] Jarana [/ poi]
This hotel is part of the Solans chain and has a three star superior ranking. When I first stayed here it was an Apart Hotel. It offers bright and comfy rooms that are soundproof, have a minibar and magnetic locks, plus there is a nice Restaurant offering 4 daily main course choices with a drink, dessert and coffee for € 7 per person, and a very comfortable bar. It also offers a conference room and WIFI with a fee.
It has its own garage and is located two blocks from the Cordoba pedestrian area, a block and a half from the San Martin pedestrian area and the Majestic Hotel & Suites, two blocks from the Splendor Savoy Hotel, three blocks from Our Lady of the Rosary Cathedral, and four from the Argentina National Flag Historical Monument.
The hotel is a standard one, with 34 rooms in the heart of Rosario, near Cordova Street. The hotel offers suites, conference rooms for rent, a bar, room service, and breakfast buffet. The majestic hotel is part of a building which dates back to 1900 and has been completely renovated and fully equipped. All rooms have the usual amenities, equipped with air conditioning, satellite TV, telephone, among others.
Casa Embrujada is an old abandoned house. It seems to be haunted by it's past. I go to visit this place with my camera and always bring back fascinating photo's that may tell some of the history of this place. A desolate place of total abandonment. Ideal for those who like to imagine what might have been inside these walls ...
Pure relaxation. Right next to the river, close to bars, rivers, beaches, parks, museums...it's a beautiful location and very fun at the hostel. A beautiful place, it is impossible not to take photos with these murals. I highly recommend it.
Now called Paseo de Compras Plaza Roma, Roma Hotel before, its framed within the Art Nouveau or Catalan modernism and built in the early twentieth century. It was considered of Net Asset Value by the Municipality of Rosario, by Ordinance No. 8245 and Regulations of 2008 in Category A 2a. Also its framed within the direct partial protection, which means the "conservation of fronts", windows, stairs and "parts considered valuable that revalue everything", so it shouldn't have the current lamps, "antennas and / or wiring to be displayed above or in front of the facade".
It's a really beautiful building in the downtown area but unfortunately it went on sale in 2007, with a negligible value by the way, and whoever took it over didn't take into account any of the specifications indicated by the previous legislation, probably blaming the credit crunch. We can see the tip of the corner to the Wolf suckled Romulus and Remus, small attics, balconies, decorating their windows, and other ornaments with the typical features of Art Nouveau while the stained glass inside were made by glass and ceramics specialist Salvador Buxadera, a Catalan immigrant who had a very famous workshop in the city. We can see the same windows in Spanish Club. The place is the former hotel, others just numbers of the Municipality of Rosario.
La Posada Camino Real is a 4-star fascination. It is surrounded by 1,200 acres of private land whose paths have beautiful views. There are 10 nicely intimate and beautifully decorated rooms with a capacity of 24 guests. All rooms have a great view of the countryside, private bathroom and comfortable beds. The restaurant staff is highly qualified, and has delicacies of both local and international cuisine. They have a wide selection of exceptional Argentine wines. It has facilities including an equestrian center and outdoor pool. Provides free covered parking for its guests.
Rosario is the third biggest city in Argentina, after Buenos Aire and Cordoba, and is located in the province of Sante Fe, in the centre-east of the country. The city is popular with travellers, so it has a good hotel network. There are many options on offer. The Hotel Esplendor Savoy Rosario, located in the history city centre, stands in a building that opened in 1910, and has been fully restoreed while preserving its heritage and historic value. It's a boutique hotel with 75 comfortable, elegantly decorated rooms, with a heated pool, gym, relaxing massages, sauna, roof garden, and the exclusive Restaurant Savoy Grand Café. The hotel is close to shopping areas, the River Paran, the Cathedral and the Central Plaza, Plaza 25 de Mayo and the Monumento a la Bandera. A good hotel for a luxurious stay in Rosario.
The luxurious Hotel Riviera is located near the commercial and historical center of the beautiful city of Rosario. In the same area, you can find several parks and squares, easy access to all the major tourist attractions, as well as a wide variety of cuisine of international quality.