Nuss Buenos Aires Soho

Location: Buenos Aires & the Pampas | Argentina

A contemporary hotel in a colonial convent, Nuss Buenos Aires Soho is an understated, boutique hideaway in the capital’s trendy Palermo Soho district.
Perfect forCulture vultures and foodies seeking a stylish break to Buenos Aires.
In the knowThe building was previously a colonial convent, and has now been renovated to ooze style and sophistication whilst paying homage to its historical roots.

Recommended for...

  • Boutique Hotel
  • City Hotel
  • Cultural Immersion
  • Luxury Hotel

Hotel Overview

Sense of Place

Located in the heart of Palermo Soho, a bohemian neighbourhood of Buenos Aires, Nuss is a fabulous base from which to explore the Argentine capital. Palermo Soho is one of Buenos Aires trendiest corners, with galleries, boutiques and markets galore on streets shaded by lofty green trees.

Rooms at Nuss Buenos Aires

Nuss has 20 rooms and two suites, wrapped around the central atrium and spread over three floors all with smart, sophisticated and chic decor. There is a spacious roof terrace with a small plunge pool and for further relaxation and pampering you can head to the spa or take advantage of the solarium.

Food and Drink

The service here is wonderful and there is a good spread on offer for breakfast. Palermo Soho is packed with restaurants and bars, so there should be no shortage of options for later in the day; we recommend the popular nearby Plaza Serrano, a fun area in which to hang out during the evening or just people watch with a coffee during the day.


Enjoy a drink up on the roof terrace as the sun sets over the city. For days spent re-energising and soaking up the sun, head to the plunge pool and kick back on a lounger.

Activities at Nuss Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires is an up-all-night type of city, where no-one even thinks of eating dinner before midnight; if you have the energy, you can sightsee from dawn to dusk and party from dusk to dawn. If you're not quite as energetic as you once were, it's easy take things at a slower pace - but do make sure you see the world-famous opera house, Teatro Colón; the old port, La Boca, with its buzzing waterfront nightlife; and the artists' quarter, San Telmo, which is packed with cafes, bars and tango clubs.

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