Hello again! It’s Tina from Life in Sketch, back with another mini-break. This month I’ve decided to visit the Pulitzer Hotel Buenos Aires. My husband is a huge fan of Argentina, so Buenos Aires is on our travel list. The Pulitzer Hotel is a four-star boutique hotel in the nation’s capital, with a cool bohemian personality.
The hotel’s owner, Louis Roig, was looking to create a hotel that had it’s eye on tradition but was modern, and forward thinking. Buenos Aires based architect Guillermo Roitenberg created a building from the ground up, that has a modern tone but contains deco elements, keeping with the style of the city.
The interior designer, Lázaro Rosa-Violán, created spaces in an modern fashion, matching the exterior of the building. However the interiors contain 50’s style elements, which are very trendy right now. The designer does a fabulous job of balancing colors and textures. The dark colors and blacks are balanced by the white walls, and the wood accessories are balanced by the metal seen on the furniture and lighting.
The hotel contains 104 rooms and suites, designed in a similar style to the common areas.
The rooms are modern with vintage elements.
I especially love the oversized lamps and mirrors.
If you’re a fan of rooftop bars, you’re going to love Visit Sky Bar. The open air bar has fantastic views of the city. It’s filled with wooden tables and chairs, and custom banquettes, allowing guests to stay and relax.
I’m dying to visit The Pulitzer Hotel in person! What do you think of the decor and design? Do you love the modern and vintage mix?
Stay tuned, I’ll be back next month sharing another design hotel, and taking you on another mini-break!