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InterTower Hotel Star Rating 4        
Calle San Jeronimo 2779

A 9-minute walk from Santa Fe bus terminal, this straightforward hotel in a tower block is a 10-minute walk from the Centro Cultural Provincial arts center and 1 km from the art nouveau Municipal Theater of Santa Fe.Low-key rooms with traditional furniture have free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, coffeemakers and minibars. Upgraded rooms offer a late check-out; a suite adds a separate living room and a whirlpool tub.
Colon Hotel De Campo Resort & Spa Star Rating 4        
Autopista Rosario Santa Fe Km 153 Colectora Norte

Set on 3 hectares of woodland, this hip, all-suite hotel in a contemporary building is less than 1 km from the Autopista Rosario-Santa Fe freeway and 15 km from the Basílica de Guadalupe church.Featuring parkland views, the bright, polished suites have complimentary Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and minifridges. Some add sitting areas.
Hotel Bertaina Star Rating 3        
Hipolito Irigoyen 2255

An 8-minute walk from Centro Cultural Provincial arts center, this unfussy budget hotel in a low-rise building is 2 km from both the performances at Municipal Theater of Santa Fe, and the exhibitions at Museo Etnográfico Colonial Juan de Garay.The unpretentious simply decorated rooms offer free Wi-Fi and TVs with premium channels; 24-hour room service is available.Amenities include complimentary continental breakfast and a bright laid-back snack bar.
Puerto Amarras Hotel & Suites Star Rating 3        
Primero de enero, n 27 - Dique II

This contemporary riverfront hotel is 3 km from both the Municipal Theater of Santa Fe and Estación Belgrano, a former train station-turned-conference center.Featuring wood floors and stylish furnishings, the modern rooms and suites feature free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and minibars. They also come with views of the river, while suites add separate sitting areas.
Hotel Riomio Star Rating 4        
Ruta Nacional 11 Km 449 N 7855

Set among gardens on the banks of the Río Coronda, this modern hotel is 3 km from downtown Sauce Viejo, and 30 km from cultural exhibits at Museo Etnográfico y Colonial Juan de Garay.Featuring tile floors and colorful accents, the laid-back rooms offer flat-screen TVs and Wi-Fi access. Upgraded rooms have minibars, while some add sitting areas and whirlpool tubs.
Hotel Hernandarias Star Rating 3        
Rivadavia 2680

Located in downtown Santa Fé, Hotel Hernandarias offers comfortable rooms with free WiFi access. A daily buffet breakfast is provided. Juan de Garay Park is 0.
Ambit Boulevard Hotel Boutique        
Boulevard Galvez 1408

When visiting Santa Fe, Ambit Boulevard Hotel Boutique is a great choice to consider. Guests can splash around at the outdoor pool or grab a bite to eat at the restaurant. LED TVs and free WiFi are offered in all rooms.
Hotel Costa Inn Star Rating 3        
Ruta Provincial N 1 km 2.8

Hotel Costa Inn offers 3-star accommodation in Santa Fe.Costa Inn has 20 rooms that are fitted with all the essentials to ensure a comfortable stay. There are also a number of rooms especially designed for families.
Casa Calma Hotel        
Dorrego 3360

Casa Calma Hotel offers a comfortable setting while in Santa Fe. It is conveniently close to Sauce Viejo Airport, which is a 10-minute drive away.The guest house has 5 rooms that are fitted with all the essentials to ensure a comfortable stay.
Conquistador Hotel Santa Fe (Argentina) Star Rating 4        
25 De Mayo 2676

In the heart of the city of Santa FeHas 70 rooms with air conditioning, heating, cable TV, telephone, safe-box, and security offered by the unique system of electronic locks. It also has a gym, pool, Solarium, Hydromassage and garage with surveillance..
 
 
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Santa Fe de la Vera Cruz is the capital city of Santa Fe province in northeastern Argentina. Partly surrounded by rivers, the city has waterfront walkways with cafes and views of the Puente Colgante suspension bridge. Sightseeing cruises navigate the Paraná River and its extensive network of tributaries. Landmarks dating as far back as the 17th century dot the central historic district.