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Sol Meliá Opens Its First Tryp Hotel In Buenos Aires, Argentina

Tryp Hotels opened a new hotel in the city of Buenos Aires, it is the first Tryp Hotel in Argentina and the third hotel operated by the Sol Meliá chain in the country.

Sol Melia Considered the cultural heart of Argentina, Buenos Aires is the third biggest city in Latin America, the Tryp Buenos Aires Hotel is located right in its heart. Cosmopolitan and dynamic, Buenos Aires surprises visitors with its streets, squares and monumental buildings, as well as with the range and quality of its cultural and leisure offerings.

The 62 spacious rooms at the Tryp Buenos Aires Hotel provide Wi-Fi Internet access, cable TV with 27' LCD screen, mini-bar, 24-hour room service, a desk, clock radio, coffee maker, safe, air-conditioning, heating, as well as a careful balance between rest and work areas. The hotel also provides rooms especially adapted for the disabled and rooms for non-smokers.

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The new hotel provides two meeting rooms for up to 25 people as well as the Dalí Room, which is divisible in four separate rooms and able to host events for up to 100 guests. There is also a full service Business Center equipped with the latest modern technology.

The Tryp Buenos Aires Hotel includes the Miró Restaurant specializing in Mediterranean cuisine, offering a range of fish, meat, pasta and vegetable dishes. A balanced diet is guaranteed with the fresh produce, cereals and dairy products available at the extensive breakfast buffet. The hotel caters banquets for up to 50 guests and organizes business breakfasts and lunches.

In order to meet the needs of the modern business traveler concerned with physical health, the hotel has reached an agreement with a gym located only steps from the hotel. Guests may enjoy free use of the facilities, including weight rooms with the latest equipment, cardiovascular exercise machines, swimming pool, sauna and aerobics classes, among other amenities.

The Tryp Buenos Aires is located at Calle San Martin, 474 - Buenos Aires, Argentina.



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