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94 Editor's Rating
Scale of 90-100

Atmospheric 10-suite Algodon Mansion in a 1912 French classical-style limestone mansion, is well-located in the leafy and chic Recoleta neighborhood. The large, quiet and bright accommodations feature polished ebony floors and rosewood armoires. Huge Italian white marble baths feature double vanities, walk-in steam showers with rainfall heads, and soaking tubs. ...

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