The Hotel is in a good area. You find Restaurants and transfer possibilities near by. Rooms are small but clean . Bathroom are very small. Small safe inside. Depending on the price (ask for special rate) it is ok . If you pay less than 60€ . If you foreigners ask to pay without IVA(tax). The only thing that bothers me was the noise fact. The windows and doors are not really sound dampening. Something curtain would be helpful. Next time I would ask for a room upper in the back. Greatz SFI
The hotel room was tiny, but at least clean! However, this was not okay for a hotel with 80€ per night, also if it is only a 3 star: - cold water!!! 2 days in a row - tiny shower, no room to move, u cant even shave your legs - no iron at all!!! Deadly for a person on a business trip!!!! - breakfast starts at 7, that is super late - breakfast was tiny and not amazing at all - the door to my room was really hard to open The staff was friendly though. I will not come back.
Rooms were small, breakfast was very poor... the hotel personal was nice. I found it expensive for what they offered. You cant have dinner there so you must go out. The recepcionist was very nice and recommended us places to have nice dinner.
I was here due to my attendance at a workshop at INTI. My review mirrors that of the others. I would never stay here if I had a choice. The rooms are very small, and the large single pane windows do not filter the street noise well. The bathrooms are cramped and one must pile up a towel to keep the water from the shower from flowing into the rest of the bathroom. Also, the hotel turns off hot water at night. The morning breakfast has the worst coffee. The coffee tastes like water without any coffee flavor. I complained at the front desk about the coffee but nothing was done.
I stayed at this hotel in April, 2015 when I attended a Workshop at the INTI in Buenos Aires. I did not choose this hotel but the Workshop host made these arrangements. Personally, I would have never stayed in this hotel. There are very few facilities that are available at the hotel. There is no gym or if there is one it was well hidden, there is no swimming pool and the WIFI connection was terrible. I had to be constantly switching from one connection to another and it was rather very frustrating. Additionally, the only table or desk space was a narrow shelf that was mounted on the wall. The shower in my room is the smallest I have seen in all my years of travel. I hit my head on one occasion because of the cramped space available in the shower. The water from the shower flows in the entire washroom as there is no enclosure to properly restrict the water flow. My problems did not end there. I am a vegetarian and I indicated this to the hotel staff. However, on one evening I was given food with egg cut in small pieces in my plate. I was very upset with this and spat everything out when I realised what I was given. There was very little variety or options for food and cheese seems to the main component in every dinner meal that I was provided. My stay at this hotel was way below what I would have expected.…
we came to buenos aires do to a business trip and the company put is in this hotel. It is in a good location and it is very close to the subway station. The main problem is the bathroom, we only had hot water for 1 day during our 3 night stay in the city( and it was very cold in buenos aires) . Everytime i showerd the bathroom flooded because there is no division between the shower and the bathroom area.
I was expecting much from this hotel I stayed here because my friends family lived nearby and it was the only acceptable hotel in the area. The hotels are very minimal and agree with other reviews regarding the acoustics. You can hear others coming in at all hours and the constant honking from drivers. It is pretty far from the center center, but subte and cabs are nearby. The staff were great always smiling and helpful. The breakfast was basically just assorted breads, not my style. So I skipped it everyday. The overall impression of the hotel was, it served it's purpose. It was mostly clean and safe and a place to crash.
The personnel of the hotel was quite friendly during our stay. The rooms were clean and functional and equipped with a strict minimum (the hotel is in the hard minimalist line). The appearance of the corridors resembles more a student dormitory than an hotel and with a strong smell of cigarette. I was woken around midnight by the reception clerk who wanted to know when I wanted the sparkling wine, that was included in my reservation, delivered to my room!! I expected the sparkling wine to be in my room when I checked-in. It was eventually delivered. Nevertheless I never saw the flowers that were included in the reservation. This hotel is still an ok option if your expectations are not set too high. In my opinion it is not a cheap option for what it offers; specially if you go as a tourist: a taxi ride will come to around ARS 40 to go downtown. There is a subway station only a few blocks from the hotel which is a very cheap option but I would definitely not recommend it (the subway) ;(…
Stayed 3 nights in hotel. The good thing about it that it's very close to metro D station (Congreso de Tucuman), about a minute away. It's also located close to a central street with lots of nice shops and restaurants. The disadvantages: the acoustics is terrible, there are 6 rooms on each floor and you hear all the guests in the corridor. The elevator is very small (can contain only 3 people) and it isn't enough for such a big hotel (we had to use the staircase too many times. There is buffet breakfast, which I didn't like since the quality of the ingredients wasn't that good at all.
Have stayed at this hotel by myself back in May, and wanted to bring the family to get to know Buenos Aires. This time we stayed for two weeks. Could not obtain reservations for their "apartment", so we had to settle for two adjoining double rooms with a common main door. Rooms were kind of small, specially with our bags inside, and the bathrooms more so. Tricky to wash or take a shower in a wet sloped floor. More so if you are handicapped like myself. Could not get a better treatment from their staff, as the graciously complied with every request we made prior to our arrival. They even exchanged money at a good rate, saving us the trips to the banks and the hassle of finding a parking place or a garage. Breakfast could be improved with more variety of pastries and juices. It is located in a good and quiet neighborhood, a few steps away from Ave. Cabildo, where mass transportation and taxis are readily available.…