FIVE HOTELS

What's Nuevo in Buenos Aires

Minus: The hotel is fully booked until November 1 with a private party. (A big star is holed up there, but the owner won't say who it is.)

Details: Baez 248, 011-54/11-4773-0901, 248finisterra.com, from $115, including breakfast.

THE COCKER 

'Hood: San Telmo, the oldest barrio in B.A. It's known as the birthplace of tango and famous for the Sunday-morning antiques fair in Plaza Dorrego.

First impression: When it came to naming their hotel, English expat couple Ian Spink and Aidan Pass thought of their beloved three-year-old cocker spaniel, Rocco. The Cocker opened in June, and everything about it reflects the creative and fun-loving personalities of its owners.

The rooms: Numbered for important dates in the owners' lives, the five rooms have double-height ceilings and French doors that lead to lovely terraces. Room 19-03 (Aidan's birthday) has a four-poster bed below a glass-walled loft bathroom. Doors lead to a private garden filled with evergreens, rosemary, and thyme.

Plus: This winter (summer in Argentina), the Cocker will debut a roof terrace. Guests will sip cocktails while watching art films projected onto the neighboring building. The deck also offers panoramic views of the city.

Minus: Rooms have small European-style wet rooms: There are no bathtubs, and showers aren't partitioned off from the sink and toilet areas.

Details: Juan de Garay 458, 011-54/11-4362-8451, thecocker.com, from $70, including breakfast.

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