Axel Hotel Buenos Aires : The Gay Hotel That Doesn’t Mind The Odd Straight Person Staying
Described as heterofriendly, the Axel Hotel Buenos Aires, located in San Telmo, may like the straight men and women, but there’s one group of people it loves even more – the LGBT community, being the first hotel chain set up with gay community in mind.
Don’t think that means it discriminates against those who don’t chose to love in the same sex way though, because this is a chain that is about love and understanding, meaning when you stay at the Axel Hotel you’re going to be staying somewhere that is all about being free of prejudice and tolerant to difference.
But it doesn’t just end with good gay friendly credentials. Stay at the Axel Hotel in Buenos Aires and you’re also going to be staying somewhere that will definitely match up to your high gay design standards, because this isn’t just any old bog standard hotel with the same old furniture and fittings you see in every other hotel you stay in. This is a hotel where the furniture is by renowned designers like Charles & Ray Eames, Mies van der Rohe and Eileen Gray, and the 48 rooms are not only air conditioned, but so comfortable you’re going to want to move in, and stay with the king size beds, bathrobes, plasma TV, Wi-Fi and even On Stage iPod speakers forever.
And it’s not just the rooms you’re destined to fall for, because this is a hotel packed full of facilities with a heated swimming pool on the roof to swim away those stresses in, and the fitness center inside to keep those muscles nice and toned.
Then when it’s time to get Kitchen is the place to head to with it’s stylish setting, and gorgeous a la carte and set menus made up of food as stunning and tasty as it’s surrounding. Once the food has been eaten, well then it’s time to hit the bars, because there’s not one, but two, with the Cosmo Bar offering you that cosmopolitan atmosphere, whilst the Sky Bar is the place to go and party with beautiful cocktails, beautiful people and a swimming pool to cool down in making it a definite must visit.
You can learn more about the Axel Hotel Buenos Aires at the Axel Hotels website.