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Reviewed 9 June 2014

The hotel is located in the Vincente Lopez district, about a 30 minutes drive from tourist hotspots. It's not a very nice location, and the only reason for me to select it, is that it is close to where I needed to be. Taxi drivers who drive you here from the city center charge extra, because it's so far away. It takes about 1 hour to get here from the airport. There are not many restaurants close by, and the restaurant of the hotel itself lacks any kind of atmosphere. Staff is friendly to a certain extend, but the breakfast staff is very very slow. They don't seem to bother clearing tables. The rooms are not great, but ok. Internet works well and is for free.
No atmosphere, and old and worn-down. I've seen this before in other Ramadas, especially the ones in Eastern-Europe. On a possitive note: it has a pool on the top floor, and some kind of Spa. I'd certainly not recommend it unless you really need to be in Vincente Lopez.

Room Tip: Top floor rooms are ok.
  • Stayed: June 2014, travelled on business
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1  Thank JRK-2012
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Reviewed 21 December 2013

Good location if visiting or doing business in that area of the city. Aged rooms, overall hotel could use a renovation. Staff was not very nice, didnt offer any info on the hotel. Close to a nice costanera, but no nice dinning or shopping nearby. Breakfast ok, a lot of sseet things though.

  • Stayed: December 2013, travelled on business
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Thank Cami2011
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Reviewed 31 October 2013

I find the hotel acceptable - rooms are nice, breakfast is actually good (lots of fruit), Internet included and most of the time speed is OK.
Gym sucks.

The real issue is why the hell stay here and not in the city?
It's a question I'm asking myself right now...

So if you really need to stay in this area, it's an OK place, but if you can, stay in the city center.

  • Stayed: October 2013, travelled on business
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Thank ranshe
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Reviewed 2 October 2013

It's hard to see where to start with the negative points of this hotel, so perhaps I start with the few good points I can think of. The staff are friendly and most of them speak some English, WiFi is free and the rooms are clean. That's it.
Now the bad stuff. The hotel is located very far away from downtown BA; expect to pay around 100 pesos one way (about 40 min.) in a taxi. The hotel is close to the shores of the Rio de la Plata, where you can find a decripit park with muddy paths, graffity sprayed concrete structures and junk, though it seems to be a popular place for jogging. The rooms (just like the elevators) are old, hopelessly outdated and run-down: some of the lights don't work, there's only a single power outlet in the whole room you can use, provided you have an adapter to fit on the Argentinian outlets as there are no international outlets. The safe is impossible to operate without instructions (there's a secret button to push before use), but there is a sheet telling you the manager has the key to open it (during office hours) in case you locked it on accident. Why on earth they didn't bother to include instructions on its use on that sheet of paper is beyond me. There's an old TV, a minibar and an airconditioning system with a standby light that provides enough light to read a newspaper at night. The shower offers a nice view on the neighborhood with it's large, normal window, and a view view for the neighborhood on you while taking a shower. Hot water takes about 15 min to arrive to your tap, which makes you doubt you've opened the right tap, especially since there's no indication on the taps as to what is hot or cold water. Toiletpaper isn't renewed or stocked unless you've completely finished a roll, which means you have to call the reception for a new delivery well in advance. All of that would still be somewhat ok, if it weren't for the incredible noise in and around the hotel. The hotel is located right under the approach route to the Aeroparque airport, next to an indoor sportshall with a lot of shouting every night until past midnight and the hotel has a nice party room downstairs. Great if you arrive exhausted late Saturday night from a longhaul flight and the whole hotel is vibrating with the music below. The soundproofing is medieval as well: you will literally be able to hear every word people in the corridors or the rooms next door whisper. So my one recommendation for anyone brave (or stupid enough) to stay here after reading this review: BRING EARPLUGS is you want to sleep.
After probably a terrible night, you'll find the breakfast doesn't make things any better with a meagre selection of cold cuts, some fruits, a single type of yoghurt and cheese, sweetened orange juice and some bread. This is of course if you're lucky enough to actually have food, because on a busy morning the staff can't keep up with the food consumption and you might not find your favorite food at the buffet.
All in all an incredibly lousy performance considering the outrageous prices charged for what is actually no more than a glorified youth hostel. Avoid at all costs.

Room Tip: Ask for a room away from the road on the side of the river, not on the side closest to the Avenida Libertador. Also bring earplugs.
  • Stayed: September 2013, travelled on business
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3  Thank m1508
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Reviewed 2 December 2012

I spent the weekend at ramada buenos aires. Apartments are old and not clean. Restaurant is outdated and there are not a lot of options. ALthough restaurant staff is the best thing on the hotel, food is not good at all and restaurant is dirty. During the weekend there is a barbecue for football players that go to the hotel and the smell goes up through the elevators. Dont stay there.

  • Stayed: December 2012, travelled with family
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1  Thank marcelo k
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