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Sheraton Libertador Buenos Aires Hotel Review

I’ve previously stayed at the Sheraton Libertador Buenos Aires hotel earlier this year and got upgraded to the Presidential Suite. I stayed at this hotel again and was quite surprised when I received yet another Presidential Suite upgrade. However, this time, it was a different Presidential Suite layout on a different floor of the Sheraton Libertador. I paid $119 USD plus taxes on a BRG rate and got it further reduced by paying in cash because of the current Argentine Black Market currency arbitrage.

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I took the bus from Ezezia Buenos Aires International Airport (EZE) to the city-center where it was a short walk to the Sheraton Libertador in the Microcentro neighborhood.

The lobby was very grand and didn’t feel like a Sheraton at all. It reminded me of an upscale Westin lobby.

The front desk agent assigned me an upgrade to a Presidential Suite in room 2007. The Sheraton Libertador is known for having a lot of Presidential Suites and usually gives them out as Starwood Platinum upgrades. I’ve gotten it twice in a row without asking for any kind of upgrade at this property.

Here is a video I made of the Presidential Suite at the Sheraton Libertador hotel:

The room had a foyer entrance with a half bathroom on the left side.

The living room was spacious and consisted of a bookshelf, desk, TV, living room table, and plenty of seating on the couch.

There was also a small wetbar with a mini-stove and coffee maker.

The master bedroom contained a king size bed, two chairs, a large executive work-desk, and a TV.

The bathroom contained a double basin sink with the usual Sheraton amenities, a sauna, toilet with a bidet, and a standing shower.

The best part about the room was the indoor jetted Jacuzzi tub.

It was too late for me to partake in evening appetizers in the Club Lounge since I checked in late, but I did review the offerings earlier this year. However, I did partake in breakfast which was located in the Club Lounge.

The buffet spread consisted of eggs, bacon, sausage, potato balls, bread, cheese, and various deli meats.

There was also yogurt, fruit, and cereal.

A coffee machine was also available along with water and orange juice.

I had a little bit of everything and it was a great delicious way to start the day.

The Sheraton Libertador is my go-to hotel in Buenos Aires because of its central location in Microcenter. The metro subway station is a few blocks away and the location cannot be beat since it’s in the middle of everything. I also love how the hotel upgrades Platinum members to the Presidential Suite (what hotel does that?).


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