Arthur J. Terry

Arthur J. Terry

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The classic architecture of Buenos Aires is continually compared to that of Madrid, Rome and, most frequently, Paris, yet it is its neighborhoods that give the city its unique identity.
Although the property’s proximity to the business area may keep the hotel filled with conference-goers, ME Barcelona is a fun, stylish and lively hotel that is already starting to draw a loyal local market.
Finland has always been known for its spare, clean and functional design, a reputation that burst forth internationally at design fairs around the world in the '50s and '60s. Today the country's talent still maintains a thriving arts scene, and it translates into special shopping and cultural opportunities for visitors.