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My husband and I have stayed at this residence several times over the last 10 years. We have made friends over the years that we still keep in contact with from around the world, people that we met while staying there. I would recommend this...More
Thank Lee E
Response from Valeria M, Propietario at Tango Cozy HomeResponded 30 December 2015
Thanks a lot for your nice review. It was always so nice to have you as our guests! We really hope to see you soon. Happy Holidays!
Valeria and Jorge
The place, the service, the attention and the friendly owners make honor about the name of this B&B. it is cozy. Jorge, the owner is a great expert of wines, he is a great artist doing painting of female women. Felipe is the cat. you...More
Two friends and used Tango B&B as our base of operations for our visit to Argentina. We kept our big bags there, and used smaller ones on our visit to Patagonia and the Iguazu Falls. Valeria and Jorge were incredible during our time in BA...More
I had such high hopes for my stay in the Tango Cozy Home. Very disturbing experience there. I am a single woman and chose to stay in the main part of the house near the art studio/kitchen. Room was small but comfortable. The first night...More
We stayed here in 2009: I have been meaning to place a review ever since but regret that I haven't got around to it till now... Better late than never, I hope!
It's a testament to the lovely time we had here that I still...More
US$149 - US$202 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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