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In early February 2016 I visited Caseron Porteno again for a few hours just to take a private lesson with one of the regular tango teachers. We were only able to use the dance studio once as the business was changing management and things were...More
The location is not central to the Palermo district, but a good 20 minute walk away. The accommodation is tired, old, shabby and in disrepair. It's not good value for the money I paid via Trip Advisor in advance. Really disappointing having read such good...More
My daughter and I spent a week in Caserón Porteño, centrally located to all the events we went to Buenos Aires to accomplish: shopping, tango dancing, and site seeing. We had a yoga house two buildings from us that provided healthy vegetarian lunches and a...More
Lovely old house in a quiet part of BA, close to the domestic airport of Aeroparque. On the borders of Collegiales/Palermo, so less touristy than some. Creaky floorboards and lots of charm! Excellent value.
I enjoyed my stay at Caseron Porteno which felt like home. Thank you for the free tango classes and accompanying us to Milongos. Thank you for helping us navigate the city with personalized maps and even transit passes. Cannot compare with any stay that I...More
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US$38 - US$60 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Best known as the largest neighbourhood in Buenos Aires, Palermo is divided into different quarters, each with its own unique identity. The high-end quarter is Palermo Chico, characterized by magnificent mansions, regal avenues, and exclusive apartment buildings, and home to the Museum of Latin American Art of Buenos Aires (MALBA), a favourite amongst locals. The largest park in the city, the Bosques de
Palermo, is Palermo's most famous landmark and a popular destination for nature walks, picnics, rollerblading, and cycling. The scene becomes much trendier in Palermo Soho, a hip area known for its cool cafés and unique design stores, filled with shoppers on weekends; and Palermo Hollywood, renowned for the numerous restaurants, bars and nightclubs, which make it the preferred spot for nights out and special occasions.