- Charges for extra guests may apply and vary depending on the property's policy.
- A cash deposit or credit card for incidental charges, as well as a government-issued photo ID, are required at check-in.
- Special requests are subject to availability at the time of check-in and can't be guaranteed. Certain requests may come with additional charges.
- The following credit cards are accepted: American Express, Diners Club, MasterCard, and Visa.
- The hotel provides transfers from the airport (fees apply). To make arrangements, contact the property with arrival details prior to travel, using the phone number on your booking confirmation.
Feir's Park Hotel3.5 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
Taxi from Airport The taxi took 45 minutes to the Hotel. The Check-in and Room Although the check-in time was 2.00 pm we were given our room upon arrival at 11.30 am without any additional charge. Registration was quick and very efficient. Our room (1309) was had a kitchenette and a balcony and was spacious, modern, quiet, clean and comfortable. The bathroom was a little cramped and shower was hot and powerful. The free Wi-Fi throughout the hotel was very good. The password for WiFi in the room is different from that in the lobby. There was no complementary coffee or tea although a coffee filter machine was provided. The room has a desk and couple of chairs. There was no furniture in the balcony and so we had to move the chairs from the room. Location The hotel is located 10 minute walk from the main shopping area San Martin and is close to a number of shops and restaurants. The walk down to the city centre is an easy and gentle walk down. Taxis available at all times and are reasonably priced. The supermarket DISCO opposite the hotel is well stocked with a wide choice and takes credit card. Food and Restaurants in the Hotel The hotel breakfast had limited choice but well stocked. There was a choice of teas but the stale coffee was not that great. Although we have a meal in the restaurant the prices seemed very reasonable. Shopping and Restaurants nearby the Hotel There are a number shopping and eating outlets around the hotel. There is even a food court in one of the shopping complexes on Avenue Florida which is about 10 minute walk from the hotel. The Pool and the Gym There is a tiny pool at the top of the hotel and getting there is like a maze. There is also a gym. Safety in Buenos Aires The hotel didn’t warn us of the spate of muggings in Buenos Aires and didn’t advise us not to wear valuable. My watch was snatched whilst crossing one of the main roads using the pedestrian crossing. The mugger got away in a waiting motor bike with his accomplice. When I reported to the hotel staff and Nicholas in Reception was very helpful in directing me to the Police Station which is 5 minute walk from the Hotel. The English speaking policeman who took the statement was very helpful and ever gave me a letter authorising free medical attention for up to 7 days from the day of the incident. When we got to the Police Station there was another couple from Italy who were already giving statement for loss of watch through mugging.
Very happy with the convenient location of this hotel. Lots of places are walkable, and it's near the tourist information place and a hop on hop off bus stop. And there is a supermarket immediately opposite. Yes, the decor is old-fashioned. But the rooms are huge, the bed comfortable, the air-conditioning exceptionally responsive and the plumbing works. It really wasn't too noisy. The staff were friendly and very helpful. There was a good choice for continental breakfast. I would stay here again.
We probably stayed at the same time as the person who left an awful review .... well my thoughts are it’s an old hotel. But not that bad. Read the reviews. Decide for yourself. Yes woodwork very dark and a little bit dated. But Clean. Comfortable bed. Crisp fresh bed linen. Large room. I had a comfortable setee too. Plain balcony. Odd to not provide any furniture out there. Large bathroom. With very large ancient plumbing Strange kitchenette. Yet no free tea bags or coffee. No milk. No kettle. Just a weird daft coffee machine yes tiny tiny lifts. But they worked. No instructions on how to find this roof top pool and outside sunbathing area No bar. No area to socialise in other than the lobby. Reception staff were helpful. And friendly door staff. Great free fast wi fi. Much appreciated after two weeks on a cruise ship Breakfast pretty crap. Weird salty sad looking croissants. Completely self service Water tasted of disinfectant. Just cold meats and cheese. Selection of cereals On trying to take a half cup of milk to my room. To put in the fridge. To try making a cup of tea next morning. I was told quite firmly I wasn’t allowed to ! Very busy second morning. Staff struggling to cope. Had to ask for cutlery and wipe away the crumbs from the previous guests who had sat at the table. Supermarket just opposite So because we’d had a beautiful lunch out. We all just bought a prepacked salad. Bag of crisps. And bottle of wine And ate in our rooms No wine glasses provided Water to buy from the hotel was I think 150 pesos. DONT buy it. 40 from the supermarket opposite. For a huge bottle Next night we had a tango show and meal out No robes. Basic ok toiletries There was traffic going past. But find a street without traffic. In this busy bustling city. Yes no. Views. But again you are in a crowded bustling city. That didn’t matter It took minutes to walk to shops sights cafes etc. The hop on hop off bus stop a five minute walk away. Train station the same. So good central location. And on the whole I’d still say I’d stay there again. Ours was also booked through planet cruise / igloo. I work in the tourist industry in the UK. Just wouldn’t class it as five star Friendly helpful reception staff checked our taxi pick up for us
So pleased with our stay at Feirs Park. My husband and I stayed three nights in a suite which was very reasonably priced. The staff was friendly and accommodating. We had everything we needed - comfortable bed, good free WiFi, substantial breakfast. ( just no English spoken on Tv). There is a supermarket directly across from the hotel where you can buy anything from wine to cereal. Florida Avenue is within walking distance, or grab a cab in front of the hotel. Should we return to Buenos Aires we would head right here.
A great little hotel. It's located in a nice part of the city, within walking distance to everything you need. The rooms were surprisingly lavish and breakfast was included. It's also across the street from a grocers, which is nice, considering you get a little kitchenette in your suite.
The hotel is on the fringes of the Retiro district opposite the national rail station.It’s a very busy area but round this hotel it’s very run down . Evidence of homeless and beggars. The street the hotel is on is narrow and dark and due to high buildings around whilst the sun “ kisses “ some of the sides of the hotel mostly it is shaded . There are no nice views . The hotel itself is OLD We were given room 505 - avoid- It’s got crumbling plaster from the bathroom ceiling and torn wallpaper. Dirty and scruffy grouting in the bathroom. Cracked tiles. Worn carpeting. Someone in the past had attempted to break in the door and that is all marked and chieseled . The door security latch is hanging off . There are room vents in the wall that are dirty and appear broken especially the one over the bed. There’s only one mirror tucked away from anywhere you’d expect to use a mirror for . There were 4 garment hangers in the wardrobe and despite requests for more - the reception staff totally ignored our request and made fun of it . The hotel offers bathrobes but there’s absolutely no trace of those . One of the reception MEN clearly ignored anything you asked . We requested a table booking at a local restaurant but he never bothered to carry out the request!! There is a gentleman reception man who was considerate with local knowledge and helpful. A jocular more rotund fellow who clearly is a cut above his pier group. There’s a kitchen unit in each suite which is old and loppy with a huge wooden display plinth on the draining board of the sink displaying the overpriced items for in room bar service . The price of water is ludicrous. The hotel is all so dated. The shower curtain needs setting fire to as it’s so old and raggy and marked. The shower head is so blocked with hard water deposits that it sprays jets out at all random angles . The toilet flush button on the wall dripped water. The balcony looks out over industrial extraction units .Theres a hole in the balcony wall exposing pipes.The air con unit sited on the balcony floor leaks water in to puddles on the balcony . There’s no balcony furniture on any room balconies not that you’d benefit from sitting out there ! The hotel has 2 lifts that if two travellers arrive with 2 suitcases , then a lift will be full . Each lift holds 4 maybe 5 people at most . One lift only takes you to the rooftop pool . There lies a story . You have to congratulate the hotel on making use of a roof for a pool but honestly it’s so cramped that despite there being 3 small tiers to the entire access point it only can house approx. 8 sunbathers at the most . The furniture is delapidated. Basically the hotel such as it is needs either gutting and a huge investment on modernising or closing down and converting to apartments . We did not choose this hotel but Planet Cruise / Iglu cruises put a tour party there . Clearly it would appear they have been misinformed or for some bizarre reason expect former cruise passengers ( who have certain expectations of high standards) suddenly accept a poor quality hotel. We did not take dinner here at the hotel but they market a dining restaurant called “Roberts”. However, it’s where residents take breakfast so why you’d want to occupy such an area for evening meals is questionable. There’s no bar area for socialising and enjoying a “G&T” for example either. Once again it butts in to the breakfast dining room and is squashed in a corner sheltered by a high drab bookcase. A total after thought. Overall, the hotel is in a good location for heading in to the city centre with many attractions, restaurants ( fortunately) and the Retiro train station within walking distance. Lower your expectations by a huge amount and the hotel is just about tolerable , but sadly, it is not a 5* as we know it! Short- changed !
This hotel was rather a disappointment, being tired, dated and very average. The entrance is nice, though nothing remarkable, with two lifts which are tiny and hold a max 4 persons. We found reception staff most helpful, assisting us with a couple of non-hotel related issues, however they were unable to exchange currency, which we found surprising. We are unsure how the hotel is classed as a 5* as though we found our hotel room huge, it was sadly basic, tired and dated. With chipped, dark wood furniture and peeling wallpaper, the patio looked rather inviting, but alas, no furniture. The rooms included a table and two chairs, two comfortable chairs, a kitchenette with full sized fridge and a coffee percolator and a TV, though with very limited channels. No free water or tea/coffee was provided. The air conditioning seemed to be on/off very cold, whatever temperature it was set at. There were no bathrobes or facecloths, something I would anticipate in a 5* hotel, though basic toiletries were supplied. The restaurant was nice enough, though the breakfast choices were fairly basic, the toasters didn’t ‘toast’ and much of the fruit was tinned. We didn’t eat an evening meal here, so cannot comment on price or quality. The hotel does have a small pool, which I would estimate as being 5m and is situated on the rooftop, which is set on multiple tiers, accessed via the right hand lift only and then a number of outdoor steps. Overall, the hotel is in a great location with many attractions, restaurants and the Retiro train station within walking distance. Lower your expectations and the hotel is fine, but sadly, it is not a 5* as we know it!
I live in Buenos Aires, but sadly don't have a pool in my building so periodically in the summer I will stay in local hotels for a weekend to enjoy the facilities. I chose Feir's Park because it was affordable and had an outdoor pool. I arrived Saturday at 11 am and was given a room well in advance of checkout. I spent the day at the pool which was well maintained and virtually absent of other guests. The reclining pool chairs were comfortable and the view of the city was nice. The room was clean and spacious. Bed very comfortable and the a/c worked well. Breakfast in the AM was abundant with a large selection of facturas as well as eggs/bacon. The best part is that when I asked for a late checkout (expecting them to extend it to 1 pm), they allowed me to check out at 4:00 pm with no additional cost, allowing me to spend another day at the pool!
Stayed here for 2 nights. Room was extremely spacious and well equipped. There was a supermarket across the road which was convenient. Although the room was air conditioned, the corridors, fitness centre and restaurant weren’t. Breakfast was good with a good variety. Hotel was central and easy to walk to the centre and to the tourist bus. The only downside was we had to wait for over 3 hours to get our room - check out isn’t until 12 noon. Staff were friendly and helpful.
Stayed here for three nights pre cruise. The location is pretty good with easy access to most places. Our room was huge and whilst very comfortable it lacked any free tea/coffee/water. The balcony doors were hard to open as they were baulked by the curtain track and the balcony itself was fairly grubby and obviously very rarely used as it had no view to speak of. Breakfast was included in our room rate and whilst it was adequate it was not great. The receptionists were extremely friendly and helpful, especially Mauro who is a credit to the hotel. On the ground floor there are no bar facilities to sit and have a drink. Overall we had an OK stay.
- Walking distance to Plaza San Martin and Torre de los Ingleses
- Free buffet breakfast
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Onsite dining
Located in Retiro, Feir's Park Hotel is within a 10-minute walk of popular sights such as Plaza San Martin and Torre de los Ingleses. This 115-room, 3.5-star hotel welcomes guests with conveniences like an outdoor pool, a 24-hour fitness center, and free in-room WiFi. Located centrally in Buenos Aires, it's also close to Teatro Colon and Obelisco.
Free buffet breakfast is included with your stay and awaits you each morning from 6:30 AM to 10:30 AM. Enjoy a leisurely bite to eat at the onsite restaurant, or have a drink at the bar/lounge. Order from room service to satisfy your hunger without leaving your room.
The 115 soundproofed accommodations afford space to spread out with separate bedrooms and living rooms. LCD TVs come with cable channels, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi and wired Internet. Bathrooms offer rainfall showers, hair dryers, and bathrobes, and pillowtop beds with premium bedding ensure a restful night. Minibars, coffee makers, and laptop-compatible safes are other standard amenities.
Guests staying at Feir's Park Hotel enjoy an outdoor pool, a 24-hour fitness center, and a sauna. If you drive, self parking is ARS 350 per day, or you can take advantage of the airport shuttle (available 24 hours) for ARS 1200 per person one way. The 24-hour front desk has multilingual staff ready to assist with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Additional amenities include a rooftop terrace, free WiFi in public areas, and 4 meeting rooms.
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87.0% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 573 reviews