Home to many traditional Argentine families, Plaza San Martin was the original birthplace for the city’s high society and privileged. Named after the Argentinean Liberator San Martin, the neighborhood evokes the feeling of grandeur. Plaza San Martin is located in the “Retiro” neighborhood and is conveniently close to downtown, making it a perfect choice for those that want to stay within walking distance of the government buildings and famous sites like Florida street and Tortoni’s cafe.
Things To Do
PLAZA SAN MARTIN REGIONAL MAP On the Plaza San Martin apartment’s map, you’ll find each luxury apartment rental indicated by a pin marking. Browse by location and select the apartment for more information.
PLAZA SAN MARTIN ATTRACTIONS
Every guest of Apartments BA is assigned a complimentary Personal Concierge to help complete their vacation experience. Your dedicated Concierge is like a personal trip assistant, able to take care of all your travel requests. Please find below some of our personal recommendations to try during your Plaza San Martin apartment rental and let us what you would like us to arrange for you.
Plaza San MartinThe plaza became the preferred surroundings for some of Argentina's wealthiest landowners around 1900. Three architecturally significant mansions facing the plaza surviving today were the Beaux Arts San Martín Palace (today the ceremonial annex of the Foreign Ministry), the Second Empire Paz Palace (today the Military Officers' Association) and theNeogothic Haedo palace (today the Secretariat of Environmental Policy).
Galerias PacificoGalerías Pacífico is a shopping mall located on the famous Florida Street. This Beaux Arts building was designed by the architects Emilio Agrelo and Roland Le Vacher. The building was modelled after Le Bon Marche in Paris.
Palacio BaroloPalacio Barolo has interesting significance to Buenos Aires. Dante’s Divine Comedy served as inspiration for Italian architect Mario Palanti’s Ecletic-style masterpiece which was completed in 1923. The 22 floors are divided into sections; the basement and ground floor represent “hell,” floors 1-14 represent “purgatory” and floors 15-22 represent “heaven.”
Torre MonumentalThis Elizabethan-style clock tower, which some call the Argentine Big Ben, was a gift from the British community of Buenos Aires after building the nearby Retiro railroad station complex.
FiloExperiencing Filo can only be described as groovy. The interior is an absolute work of art...and has hosted many famous patrons like Madonna, Coppola, Lou Reed over the last ten-year’s of this relative new restaurant.
Location: San Martín 975 – Buenos Aires Phone: +54 (11) 4311-3303
Galerías Pacífico Shopping Mall
Location: San Martin 768 Phone: +54 (11) 5555-5110
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