Hotels Near Mendozawinesite In Buenos Aires

4.4/5Excellent39 Reviews
0.24km from MendozaWineSite
Breakfast is OK! There may not be as much breakfast here as in Europe! Although this is an intercontinental hotel! I feel very good at the location! Across the door is a double-decker bus tour! 900 pesos a person. Valid for 24 hours. 3 routes, just sit. Going to the right and looking at the past is the obelisk. Going to the left for 5-10 minutes is the May Square, the Rose Palace. Anyway, no matter where you go, if you buy the opposite bus ticket, you can do the corresponding attractions! Super convenient! The hotel's internal facilities are slightly aging, the sound is not very good, but the street is still very quiet at night. From the hotel to the airport. The regular taxi company at the airport is booking 1090 pesos. If you talk about the price yourself, 700 pesos can be sold. The locals later told me to use uber from the hotel to the airport for almost 350-400 pesos. (I don't know why. My uber can't be used!). By bus or subway is 9 pesos. But buy a bus card (20 pesos) at the convenience store, then recharge! The bus does not accept cash!
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4.3/5Excellent15 Reviews
0.37km from MendozaWineSite
The breakfast is ok, and extra rooms can be asked for. The location is good. However, the waiter had a bad attitude and was not responsible. The taxi booked didn't come on time, and we almost missed the bus. The quotation of the travel agency was different from the actual charge. The staff was not reliable.
FromUS$61
4.3/5Excellent10 Reviews
0.37km from MendozaWineSite
Despite some misgivings, this hotel’s positives outweigh its two negatives, one of which I consider to be rather serious. The bad bits dropped my rating from 5 stars to 4, but frankly, this is one of the better Ibis-line hotels I’ve stayed in; and I’ve stayed at Ibises over hundred times. In several ways, this hotel equals or surpasses most of them. I’ll start with this hotel’s many virtues, mention a few neutral aspects, and end with its two vices. The last one is by far the most serious one. There’s also something odd about the ratings, which I’ll cover at the very end. POSITIVES: Location: For a budget hotel in B.A., hard to beat! It’s at the SW corner of Av. Corrientes and Florida, within half a mile of Teatro Colon, the Plaza de Mayo, and Plaza San Martin. Corrientes is a major BA thoroughfare, though not one of BA’s grand boulevards. Florida is a pedestrian shopping street from Corrientes to Plaza San Martin, lined with shops on either side. During the day, additional vendors line the street itself, selling everything from original paintings to Argentine leather wallets. Day and night, you’ll also hear street musicians ranging from classical violin to Argentine guitar to pop, all “playing for change.” After dark, I found al fresco tango shows, street musicians, and even a burlesque comedy team (earthy humour, NOT striptease, sorry lads). Galleria Pacifico. retailing at its most refined, is on Florida, a short stroll from the hotel. In addition to the eateries at Pacifico, there are excellent restaurants close at hand: I returned several times to both Classic BA and the La Posada de 1820. The notorious ABC German restaurant (alleged hangout of Mengele and Eichmann) is also just off Florida. The other HUGE benefit to the Ibis Styles location is the Florida Subte station, a few meters from the hotel door, on Corrientes just east of Florida. Hence you have easy subway access to Recoleta, Palermo, San Telma, you name it. Hotel Staff: Excellent. Friendly and helpful. Whether it was day or night, at least one staff member spoke fluent English. Housekeeping did a good job. I had no issues with AC, plumbing, TV out of whack, etc, which is the mark of a good engineering and maintenance staff. Safety and Security: Some side-streets of this neighborhood might be dodgy late at night, but I had no qualms on either Corrientes or Florida. Hotel security is tight. You enter on the ground floor; a doorman is on guard 24/7 to let you in and out. From street level, take the elevator one stop up to the lobby floor. Once you’ve checked in, your room-card activates your room’s floor—and only that floor—in the elevators. The street level and lobby are the only two floors that don’t require a card scan. Bedroom: Small, but bright and cheerful. Plenty of open-rack storage. Its large double bed was luxuriously comfortable. A large flatscreen TV is opposite the bed. The powerful AC system has a remote control. Great r
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4.7/5Outstanding15 Reviews
0.38km from MendozaWineSite
In the city center, the location is particularly good, there are many attractions nearby, you can walk. The room is also very characteristic, the view is good and clean. Service is in place, it is a very good experience!
FromUS$49
2.2/511 Reviews
0.39km from MendozaWineSite
I really enjoyed my time at this hotel. I found Buenos Aires quite cold. It was so nice to come back here and have a long bath every evening after walking around the city. The hotel itself is in a great central location for a very large city. Many attractions are walking distance and the transport stop is close for others. The breakfast selection was very large, I remember being quite impressed with it. Wifi worked well, and the lobby was a real cosy place to chill with fire places and big couches.
FromUS$52
4.2/5Very Good12 Reviews
0.43km from MendozaWineSite
Just a few tens of meters from the main commercial street, several restaurants in the small supermarket and supermarket are within a five-minute walk. The hotel is in good health, but the room is slightly less soundproof. Good service attitude. Breakfast is open at 6 o'clock. In order to catch the plane, special arrangements are made at 5:30.
FromUS$43
5/5Perfect12 Reviews
0.43km from MendozaWineSite
Good environment, good breakfast
FromUS$52
5/5Perfect5 Reviews
0.48km from MendozaWineSite
Little hard to found, very busy walking street the location. Near everything. Bus terminal, metro Neverending restaurant tours.need go up the 3. floor have a lift, but the people always stay open the door and not working. The motel is very clean and nice design. Fast check in-out. Friendly stuff. The bathroom is very nice. Kitchen same have a water machine if maybe need to drink. Need put label to your food. I put, but somedody eat my food. The bad is comfortable have a curtains. The roommate night noise, all sometimes drunk, hard to sleep. To breakfast need pay.
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4.2/5Very Good11 Reviews
0.53km from MendozaWineSite
Breakfast is average, there are fewer things. Extra bed available, triple room available. The location is good, just in the main street business circle in the room, it is convenient to play Uber.
FromUS$35
4.1/5Very Good19 Reviews
0.54km from MendozaWineSite
The house was arranged to the first floor of the annex building. The kitchen was noisy and there was no minibar in the room.
FromUS$31
4/5Very Good11 Reviews
0.55km from MendozaWineSite
The hotel is at a great location.
FromUS$41
4/5Very Good10 Reviews
0.56km from MendozaWineSite
This hotel offers great value for money! Its location is perfect, very central, you can walk to most places from here. I even walked to Bocanio from here, which was a little under an hour. There are lots of shops, restaurants and cafes nearby. I particularly enjoyed the 'Le Caravelle' cafe next door which served the best coffee in the area surely? Your room tend to be in small size, but is clean and made everyday. The aircon worked perfectly though. I was on the 5th floor and found it very quiet. The receptionists were extremely friendly and helpful. It's a shame they do not speak English, however Google translation would do! They helped me book a taxi to the airport the last day, and to the old man who took me to my cab on my last day, I am so so very sorry I didn't have any cash left to give you a tip, which made me feel so bad when seeing you smiling waving me goodbye. I am sorry!
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Hotels Near Mendozawinesite In Buenos Aires Review

4.4/510 Reviews
We stayed one night in room 506 and really enjoyed it. Being 1/2 block from Recoleta Cemetery where Eva Peron is buried (major tourist attraction) we found the convenience to be a high point. Also, there are malls and shops nearby within easy walking distance. Our room had a microwave, fridge, TV, desk and chair, 2 big comfortable sitting chairs (the best I have seen in years), small table, multi-drawer chest, 2 night tables, and 2 bed lamps. The lamps need to be less bright at night, There are hardwood floors, a big closet, safe, a large walk-in shower, marble bathroom, shampoo, conditioner, 1 USB plug for charging with other local plugs close to the bed. Breakfast was excellent and varied. You cannot go wrong staying here!
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FromUS$153
4/55 Reviews
I spent 11 nights in this hotel, the first 3 nights were Great. I traveled out of the city for 4 days, on my return I had another room and I experienced "water damage" from the toillet. They did try to fix it, unsuccessfully. I understood it was not their fault, but I felt they should move me to another room after 2 days the issue continued. I had to ask for a transferred and on my last night they did. I had been for years to Argentina and the customer service there is not too "good" in general. Never offer you an "option", you have to ASK. I do appreciate I asked for "compensation" and they allowed me to leave the room early evening on my last day without charge, so I thank them for this!! Regardless, I have to say the hotel is quite, clean, secured, nice roof, gym, comfortable bed, very nice size room, close metro station, access to public transportation, it's a new building, complete kitchen!! I recommend this hotel. I wish No incident to anyone!!
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FromUS$47
5/511 Reviews
Buenos Aires City Center
Everything else. Location is perfect, room was clean and bed was comfy staff were helpful
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FromUS$49
4.5/510 Reviews
Buenos Aires City Center
My wife and I cannot recommend this hotel highly enough if you are looking for a special hotel experience in a fabulous city. After a long haul overnight flight it was lovely to receive such a warm and personal welcome. Originally constructed as a private residence it has been tastefully converted into an exclusive boutique hotel. The suite was just as shown on the hotel's website with loads of space and a very well equipped jacuzzi bath/shower room. We loved the roof terrace which was the ideal place to unwind after a day exploring the city. We were served complimentary snacks and drinks on terrace whilst chatting to fellow guests. The ground floor bar and separate restaurant have plenty of character. What really makes this hotel standout are the staff. Without exception we found them to be professional, friendly and knowledgeable. They take great pride in somehow knowing who you are without you having to introduce yourself. We found the surrounding area safe and interesting to explore. There are numerous bars, restaurants, shops and history in the world renowned Recoleta district.
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FromUS$340
1/511 Reviews
Buenos Aires City Center
Many trips to Baires but first time at this hotel and it was a revelation. The rooms are large and well equipped with kitchens and large bathrooms. There is a full restaurant on site and a delightful pool for refreshing but the best feature is the outstanding staff. From checking with Raoul, to night men Marcos and Daniel to Gonzalo and all the personnel under managerJuliettas supervision they are pleasant, professional and top quality. Angelica took care of my housekeeping with thoughtfulness and thorough performance and ALVARO was forever working to keep the public areas in top shape. The restaurant is under the able management of Hector who guides his staff of Eliana, Victoria, Juliette and Oscar to fine perfection with great food and drink while the pool has Annabelle as full time life guard and its perfect for all ages. You can’t beat the talent, location and value.
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FromUS$32
3.5/55 Reviews
Buenos Aires City Center
The room we were allocated was like cell so asked to be moved to one larger. It was a bit better with good views of the busy street. The carpet on the staircase from the lobby to the breakfast room looked like it hadn't been brushed or hoovered for days. The towels were very old and threadbare and needed renewing. When we returned to our room at 4-00pm after a hot tiring day of sightseeing we found the room had still not been cleaned. We had to wait for the room to be serviced before we could take a shower. The breakfast was also of poor quality. The only thing good about this hotel was its position which was near to the main attractions. We would not recommend this hotel.
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FromUS$36
4.1/510 Reviews
This review is for the suites which is an adjacent building to the hotel. The location is excellent, couldn't be better for sightseeing and safety. Reception is good, efficient and welcoming. Breakfast has a good choice but for travellers like me who stayed for a few days it would have been nice if some of the items changed more frequently as it can get a bot boring otherwise. The suite entrance is in need of renovation. The walls need painting and there are details in the suites which are also in need of attention. For example there was not even a shell to place the bare essential needs and it could have done with an extra hook for towels. The fridge also was a little noisy. All in all very good otherwise.
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FromUS$31
3.8/510 Reviews
Great choice of breakfast items, clean room and great location! It was a good experience and we have no complaints! Everything was clean and the room was comfortable. Staff also spoke decent english which helped a lot.
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FromUS$38
4/510 Reviews
Buenos Aires City Center
Stayed here for 4 nights at the end off October. Basic hotel with great service and exceptionally clean. It’s in the centre and most places are walkable. Tea, coffee and water available free all day and night from reception. The staff are great most with good English and some with the use of google translate are very helpful and knowledgable. Would definitely stay again if we’re ever in area.
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FromUS$14
4/510 Reviews
Overall, it's a very good hotel, situated in the Northwestern part of the city of Buenos Aires, a bit distant from the main points of interest in Buenos Aires, but perfect for me visiting my relatives living in the neighborhood of Núñez. The main sights in this parts of the city are the Río de la Plata promenade and the stadium of the soccer club with the same name. The central parts of the city are easily reachable by underground (Congreso de Tucumán station is just a block away). The hotel is situated in an upper middle-class neighborhood which feels very safe, even by European standards. It's a leafy part of the city with many beautiful houses, and the local Chinatown is just around the corner. The hotel is situated relatively near to the Aeroparque airport. If arriving at the Ezeiza airport, it may not be suitable for you, since it's quite a bit away from it. The hotel room is spacious, and it feels more like a suite than your average hotel room. There's a spa in the hotel but I didn't have time to try it out. Maybe the next time. Overall, an excellent hotel in a quiet neighborhood. And, for the price, it's a steal. I'll be going back, that's for sure.
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FromUS$39
4.3/510 Reviews
We selected CasaSur based on decent reviews and walkability to places to eat, drink, and sites. Doorman service is offered often but not always. Lobby is nicely air-conditioned. Front desk staff are knowledgable, caring, and responsive. Rooms are ready usually after noon. I stayed here for 3 nights. My room for the first two nights was an executive king #801 with a separate living area, HDTV, and 2 AC units. Bathroom is very large and comfortable. No tub only a walk-in shower. Plenty of storage and closet space. All the other usual in room provisions for a 4-star hotel. Nespresso coffee maker, wine chiller, and a small refrigerator. Sad that they charge $2 U.S. for each coffee capsule. At this level of hotel those should be free. Issues are that some of the furnishings and interior surfaces are in dire need of patching, mending, or resurfacing. You can see this once you are there but not in normal photos of the rooms. The most unfortunate experience here was the bad taste of the coffee during the included daily breakfast. The three of us agreed it tasted like soap and did not drink it. On my second day, I asked the server about the coffee from the first day. She got me a coffee from the espresso machine by the breakfast bar instead of from the kitchen in the back of the breakfast room. It was better but the quality was not like it should be at this price-level of a hotel. In fact, the breakfast is best omitted here. I suggest management allow a credit in lieu of breakfast.
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FromUS$80
4.4/510 Reviews
A good value stay in a hotel with character. The hotel is hidden away in a narrow street that is very convenient for BA attractions. A couple of nice local bars & restaurants (Prosuicco Italian was nice). Although the road is busy the rooms are all well away from the front & I liked the gated security of the hotel All the rooms are ground floor with an outdoor covered terrace with nice chairs & bookcases with a variety of old books & magazines. Maybe watch out for midges here but very relaxing o sit out after pounding around BA for the day. The rooms are all very spacious & my room had a very large bathroom (working out the shower taps took some time!). Bed was comfortable & wifi excellent. Quiet & efficient aircon & fan Very friendly welcome & Ezekiel took time to answer questions we had. Very helpful printing off etickets & offering to get taxis & this tipped my rating to 5* making up for the breakfast which was adequate though perhaps a limited choice (it's a small hotel) if staying more than a couple of days. I think you could ask for cooked eggs but the breakfast staff are a little reticent in coming forward I would definitely recommend
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FromUS$55
4.1/510 Reviews
It is located right in the heart of a sub-area within Palermo called Las Cañitas which is full of cool restaurants and bars. The hotel has a very homey vibe. On the ground floor there is a cozy living room and a beautiful garden. The rooms are very simple but they have everything you might need. On the first floor, there is a terraced garden with a jacuzzi for which you can regulate the temperature where I have seen hummingbirds visit. The breakfast is great and consists in various types of local pastries, fruit, bread, cold meats, cheese and great coffee. I really enjoyed saying at 248 Finisterra particularly the jacuzzi in the terrace as well as being able to reach so many restaurants and breweries without needing to walk much.
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FromUS$52
4.2/513 Reviews
Clean and hygienic, very close to the city center, convenient transportation, hotel facilities are very new, service is very good, need to book long time in advance, often full house, not easy to book.
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FromUS$83
4.1/510 Reviews
I write this two and a half months after the experience, so my memories are not as vivid as they might have been. Since this was not a sightseeing or pleasure trip, I decided to spend a little more to make sure I would be comfortable in the hotel, where I expected to spend the bulk of my time. The location turned out to be as convenient as advertised, very near to Congreso Square. It is a lively part of Buenos Aires, slightly rundown perhaps, but most of the city is in that condition these days. You must bear in mind that Argentina is going through one of the worst crises in its contemporary history. Check-in was uneventful, although I wished for a little more courtesy from the staff. When I got to my room I had the first disappointment: the room was as spacious as the official pictures suggested, but there was a pungent smell, the walls were peeling off in places, the carpet was aged and discoloured and the bathroom appliances were an unpromising shade of creamy yellow. It seemed hard to believe that a room like that would pass an official inspection. I could not see myself spending four days in such a grim spot, especially if this hotel had been my upmarket option. The staff took my complaint in their stride. They offered a new room and they offered to throw in free breakfast for the length of my stay. The new room was higher up, with a better view and in a much better condition. Breakfast was the next disappointment. It was basic in the extreme, and the young woman in charge on Sunday was not aware of any gluten-free option. I had a coffee and some boiled fruit. Only from Monday onwards, with a more experienced woman in command, did the GF goodies materialise. It seems that they had been there all along. I enjoyed my last three breakfasts and I appreciated the breakfast boss's good manners - she was the only one in the hotel who had time to say good morning and who seemed to enjoy her work. All in all, I got used to Uno Suites. I came to accept the staff's grumpiness as part of the overall despair Argentinians are going through (although, it must be said, a day in neighbouring La Plata revealed that there are kindly, courteous Argentinians outside the capital). I got frustrated at the unstable WiFi, but there was a good view from my window to distract me when the connection went down. I enjoyed having space to pace in the room, and I had plenty of occasion to be grateful for the handiness of the location. Would I go back there? It wouldn't be my first choice, but I would not rule it out. To be based half way along Rivadavia, a few steps from Congreso, walking distance from Café Tortoni, is not to be sniffed at. And thanks, breakfast lady!
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FromUS$66
4.3/510 Reviews
Buenos Aires City Center
Despite some misgivings, this hotel’s positives outweigh its two negatives, one of which I consider to be rather serious. The bad bits dropped my rating from 5 stars to 4, but frankly, this is one of the better Ibis-line hotels I’ve stayed in; and I’ve stayed at Ibises over hundred times. In several ways, this hotel equals or surpasses most of them. I’ll start with this hotel’s many virtues, mention a few neutral aspects, and end with its two vices. The last one is by far the most serious one. There’s also something odd about the ratings, which I’ll cover at the very end. POSITIVES: Location: For a budget hotel in B.A., hard to beat! It’s at the SW corner of Av. Corrientes and Florida, within half a mile of Teatro Colon, the Plaza de Mayo, and Plaza San Martin. Corrientes is a major BA thoroughfare, though not one of BA’s grand boulevards. Florida is a pedestrian shopping street from Corrientes to Plaza San Martin, lined with shops on either side. During the day, additional vendors line the street itself, selling everything from original paintings to Argentine leather wallets. Day and night, you’ll also hear street musicians ranging from classical violin to Argentine guitar to pop, all “playing for change.” After dark, I found al fresco tango shows, street musicians, and even a burlesque comedy team (earthy humour, NOT striptease, sorry lads). Galleria Pacifico. retailing at its most refined, is on Florida, a short stroll from the hotel. In addition to the eateries at Pacifico, there are excellent restaurants close at hand: I returned several times to both Classic BA and the La Posada de 1820. The notorious ABC German restaurant (alleged hangout of Mengele and Eichmann) is also just off Florida. The other HUGE benefit to the Ibis Styles location is the Florida Subte station, a few meters from the hotel door, on Corrientes just east of Florida. Hence you have easy subway access to Recoleta, Palermo, San Telma, you name it. Hotel Staff: Excellent. Friendly and helpful. Whether it was day or night, at least one staff member spoke fluent English. Housekeeping did a good job. I had no issues with AC, plumbing, TV out of whack, etc, which is the mark of a good engineering and maintenance staff. Safety and Security: Some side-streets of this neighborhood might be dodgy late at night, but I had no qualms on either Corrientes or Florida. Hotel security is tight. You enter on the ground floor; a doorman is on guard 24/7 to let you in and out. From street level, take the elevator one stop up to the lobby floor. Once you’ve checked in, your room-card activates your room’s floor—and only that floor—in the elevators. The street level and lobby are the only two floors that don’t require a card scan. Bedroom: Small, but bright and cheerful. Plenty of open-rack storage. Its large double bed was luxuriously comfortable. A large flatscreen TV is opposite the bed. The powerful AC system has a remote control. Great r
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FromUS$33
4.3/510 Reviews
Buenos Aires City Center
Milhouse Hostel Avenue is very welcoming and fun. The staff are friendly and helpful. While I only stayed there for one night, I could already feel welcomed to stay for as long as I pleased. The price for a shared and solo rooms were also very inexpensive. The location is also pretty awesome if you want to walk around and see tourist sites like the Congreso Nacional and the Casa Rosada. Overall great place and I would recommend it anyone visiting the city of Buenos Aires.
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FromUS$14
4/510 Reviews
The Infinito Hotel is a basic hotel and is ideal for those travelling alone and couples for a short stay. I was in a room on the 1st floor of the hotel. The room was, like the hotel, basic, but certainly comfortably. The room was clean, well appointed and the necessary amenities - good size bathroom with shower and toilet, in room safe, plenty of bedding, good air-conditioning and most importantly, secure and in a good location. I slept well for the 2 nights I was there, with no external noise. The hotel is in a great location, Palermo and is s short walk to the shopping centre and Avenida Santa Fe. Breakfast was plentiful, great food and choice, but get in early as it is popular! Staff were friendly, the desk was open 24 hours and were great with local knowledge and assistance in booking an early morning taxi to the Buquebus terminal.
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FromUS$44
4.4/510 Reviews
All the employees that works at the hotel are totally kind and help whatever you need. Always give and extra on their attention, and the hotel are flexible for helping you. Everything is impeccable on the rooms. Good breakfast with fresh meals. Love the orange peeled and cut in sections. Well located pool for sunbathing.
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FromUS$101
4.4/510 Reviews
I found soho point by reading some reviews on the internet and decided based on the other photos and recommendations to get in contact, my Spanish is a bit weak so I was happy to have someone to comunícate with in English. The person I was in touch with happened to be the owner, a gentleman called Mariano who I found to be very polite and accommodating, so I decided to book with solo point. Live, Travel Your Own Way... is Soho Point’s emphasis, and I can 100% state that Mariano and the team he works with follow this through to the letter. Everyone I encountered, receptionists, cleaners, shift mangers are polite and accommodating, the rooms are clean, the bed was comfortable, the advise (where to go to eat, visit, have a beer) was great. Soho Point is my first choice as a place to stay in Buenos Aires. If your considering traveling to Buenos Aires, I would recommend checking them out. You won’t be sorry. Marks out of 10..11! I was invited to soho points a party along with other guests. I enclose a photo of the soho point team. Well done! For a very happy guest.
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FromUS$52
5/55 Reviews
After a long flight from India to Argentina, and arriving at Buenos Aires late in the night, I couldn’t have asked for a better welcome than the one by Elena of Petit El Vitraux. She had proactively started communicating with me weeks before my scheduled trip, passing on every small bit of information that may be required for my trip. Tired after a long journey, her infectious energy rubbed off on me and we stayed up late in the night chatting after I checked in. Didn’t seem that we had just met then, Elena made me feel comfortable from the start. Her home and the rooms have a warm feel and are well furnished. The dinning room and open patio was a place to make new friends with the other guests over good breakfast and lovely coffee. To the extent that instead of rushing out early in the morning to tick off the sightseeing checklist, we sat around and spend time catching up with each other. Bathroom/toilet was not attached to the room but common to all, however was extremely clean and hygienic and there was never a rush for the same. The location was also very convenient. Elena walked with me to the ATMs and bus stop to show me around and was always ready to discuss and suggest the best things I could do in Buenos Aires based on my preferences. If I go back to Buenos Aires, Petit El Vitraux is where I d definitely stay again
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FromUS$35
4.3/513 Reviews
Buenos Aires City Center
If you want to turn the hardware, it's more general, but there is always a special warm feeling from the service and facilities. There are not many breakfasts, but the layout of the small restaurant makes people feel good. Argentina's unique chocolate kookie is also very delicious. In short, it is recommended
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FromUS$69
4.5/55 Reviews
Buenos Aires City Center
We spent three nights at the AQ Tailored Suites and I would stay there again. This is a small hotel, with only four rooms per floor. Our room was large enough for two queen beds and a kitchenette. Our room and the common areas appeared either new or newly renovated. A continental breakfast was included and all the staff we encountered were both friendly and helpful. The hotel is located in Recoleta close to shopping, restaurants, and various sites including the Recoleta Cemetery.
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FromUS$71
3.2/510 Reviews
Muy buena ubicación, muy confortable, muy buena predisposición del personal para ayudarte, buen desayuno incluido.Solamente...muy recomendable y buena relación precio con el servicio brindado. Y cerca del corazón de Belgrano.
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FromUS$41
4.5/511 Reviews
We stayed in the garden room it was amazing I’ve read reviews that it’s musty and old and needs updating but it’s a old building and if you want something newer it’s not the place to stay I thought it was lovely and I’m fussy! Nice pool and breakfast was amazing everything you could think of was there and unlimited buffet style. Staff amazing Victoria and Fernando on the front desk they were so helpful and spoke good English which was a godsend to us. Nothing to much trouble for all the staff. Housekeeping good turned down the bed each night for us. Already planning to come back ..❤️
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FromUS$130
4.6/530 Reviews
Old hotels, standard hardware and services, and language communication are also no obstacles. The doorman also reminded us to pay attention to the safety of property when we saw that we were going out with a SLR camera at any time. Stayed for 2 nights, the room comfort was very good, all the configurations were available, the breakfast was also very good, this brand of Intercontinental is very reliable when traveling abroad, to places with few Chinese.
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FromUS$101
4.2/519 Reviews
Buenos Aires City Center
The hotel is particularly convenient for transportation. The train station is opposite, and the train station is connected to the subway underground. Next to the train station is the city bus terminal and the coach terminal. The road on the left is the city sightseeing station. The cruise terminal and the airport bus stop are only 1.5 kilometers away on foot. It is rare for five-star hotels to have such convenient transportation.
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FromUS$87
4.3/512 Reviews
Yes, but unfortunately there was no running water that day.
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FromUS$89
4.4/513 Reviews
The location is close to the city center and can be reached on foot.
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FromUS$128
5/515 Reviews
Buenos Aires City Center
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FromUS$45