The building of Le Vitral Baires Boutique Hotel was built in the early twentieth century.
By 1944, a publication of sale defined it as:
"A block away from Corrientes Avenue, two and a half from Rivadavia and Callao Avenues, very near from the National Congress and also from two subway stations. Site where you get high rents. Ready to use, to occupy immediately or for rent. Solid construction. Façade imitation stone, plaster ceilings, fine wood floors and mosaics, cedar joinery, metal shutters, installation of electric light and waterworks."
It was later redesigned by renowned Architect Alejandro Bustillo, whose life and work has been featured in multiple technical and historical articles of the most important architectural entities around the world, and numerous newspaper articles.