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First of all, it's a hostel, you get what you expect. Second, there are mosquitos and they are hungry. When we first arrived we actually walked past the place but finally found it. The outside doesn't do the place and people justice. The oddest highlight...More
Nice place aesthetically. Lots of charm for this former colonial house...given a great spacious couples room with a balcony overlooking the street. The receptionist spoke moderate English and was helpful.
But the walls are thin and it feels like you're sleeping in the loud main...More
Stayed here for two nights in a private room, which was nicely presented and clean. Walls are thin so you can hear traffic and other hostel guests but when using ear plugs it was not an issue. Bathrooms tolerable and the free breakfast consisted of...More
My partner and I stayed here for 4 nights in a double room. The bed was fairly comfortable and we had our own balcony overlooking the street below. The hostel itself is very charming with incredibly friendly staff, many of whom speak English. Everything was...More
Very helpful and nice stuff. Kitchen is well equipment and the atmosphere in the hostel is good. We sleept in a private room with enough space for some things (smal tabel, chair, cupboard). Big terrace where you can enjoy the sun.
Location is perfect in...More
US$18 - US$43 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Characterized by cobblestones and narrow streets, San Telmo is defined by the tango, the dance that made Buenos Aires world-famous. Tango is a fusion of many different cultures: a true child of immigration, much like the city itself. Nowadays, it comes alive after dark in the milongas (dance parties) attended by both locals and visitors alike, who dance until the wee hours of the morning. During the day, the antique
shops and classic cafés and bars around Plaza Dorrego dominate the scene. The emblematic Bar Plaza Dorrego, with its green awnings, checkered tile floors, and wooden interiors, takes you back in time the moment you step inside. For true porteño traditions, San Telmo is the place to be.