The buffet was a complete zoo for the entire cruise. There were insufficient tables and chairs inside and it was too cool to eat outside for most of the days on the cruise. There were no trays in the buffet, so it was necessary to make a separate trip to get a cup of coffee or juice, and, if you left the table, someone else would sit there. Cards on the table to indicate "occupied" would have been helpful.
The service in the dining rooms was mediocre. It often took over 20 minutes to get a pot of tea after dinner.
The hours of the dining rooms could have been extended to accommodate the need for more inside dining space.
The first day of tenders, we waited over an hour to get on a tender to leave the ship. It was as if we were being punished for not booking an NCL shore excursion. The tender service seemed to improve after that day, or perhaps it was only because we lined up for tender tickets 30 minutes before they started handing them out.
The specialty restaurants were overpriced for the food and service provided.
Generally, there was no feeling of being pampered, and there seemed to be no attempts made to solve problems.
A free guided tour of La Recoleta Cemetery is available three mornings a week, and is very interesting. The half day city tour is good. A tango show is very enjoyable and a Estacion (ranch) Tour provides a glimpse into the life of the Gaucho, as well as a great lunch with unlimited food and drinks.
We stayed at the Art Suites Hotel in the Recoleta area, and were totally satisfied. We had a one bedroom apartment. A continental breakfast was delivered to our apartment when we called. The front desk staff were knowledgeable about the area restaurants and available tours and the neighborhood was very interesting and convenient with banks, restaurants, grocery stores, laundries all within a couple of blocks.