Excellent experience. The property has aged and been cared for gracefully, and from the restaurant to the beds to the bathrooms , I found the quality impeccable. For an Argentinian property, I can't think of many others that offer such a value. The only negative mark would be the free internet, is woefully lacking. Most of the times it doesnt work, and only with the paid option, about four USD per day, is it acceptable for just about any usage.
Traveller from US
Located in Downtown Buenos Aires, this hotel is within a 5-minute walk of El Molino and Argentine National Congress. Obelisco …More
The hotel was very central to everything, walking distance to the subway and buses and could walk to all the major city attractions.
Breakfast was good compared to others and staff were very helpful in providing information and booking tours and taxi.
Traveller from Sydney
Located in Downtown Buenos Aires, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Buenos Aires Outdoors, Obelisco, and Buenos Aires …More
Pocket Guide: Avenida Corrientes Downtown Buenos Aires Hotels
Key landmarks ring Plaza de Mayo, including the Casa Rosada presidential palace, Catedral Metropolitana de Buenos Aires, city hall, and the financial district. The city never sleeps along Calle Florida and Avenida Corrientes. With its many theaters, Corrientes is akin to New York’s Broadway or London’s Strand. Nearby, Puerto Madero’s waterside warehouses are now residential lofts and businesses.