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An authentic urban ¿oasis¿.
In the very heart of Buenos Aires and a stone's throw from the most important places of interest.
Claridge's Restaurant is one of the main references in Buenos Aires gastronomy.
Designed by the prestigious architect, Arthur Dubourg, the Claridge has become the icon of the city of the Tango.
Built by the Rosarios brothers, Felipe and Ottocar after the Second World War, one of the periods of greatest prosperity for the Argentine capital. The objective was to endow the city with a magnificent hotel in an unsurpassable location, sophisticated and luxurious and very similar in style to the grand European establishments.
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