Argentina Tango Hotel

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Suipacha 545, CP C1008AAK, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, C1008AAK, Argentina
Argentina Tango Hotel
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Satisfaction Terrible
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Value Score Poor Value

Rated 55% lower than similarly priced 3 star hotels

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  • Families27
  • Couples38
  • Solo38
  • Business16

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Apartment rental in buenos aires?

by Rosemarks1

My friend and I are 2 girls in our early 20s planning on staying in buenos aires for a month starting the 23rd of February and we were interested in renting a cheap apartment. Does anybody know of anywhere we could find CHEAP rentals or roommates??

Re: Apartment rental in buenos aires?

by argebarge is a great company. The blog postings are really useful and the guys in the office were really helpful to me. Hope they can help.

Re: Apartment rental in buenos aires?

by Tom98125

This is probably too late for you, but I'd recommend I've used them 8 or 9 times in the last 5 years and they've always provided dependable service. Notice there's a link for "budget apts" in the left-hand column. Be sure AC is in the description; some of the very cheapest don't have it. Even non-budget aren't expensive: a quick search shows nice studios still available from $275 a week. Try to get one that's "interior." On the street can be noisy anywhere in BA. Write me directly if you'd like more tips.

Travel Tips for Buenos Aires

Empanadas Empanadas Empanadas!

by Randyi66

You've got to try the empanadas in Buenos Aires. They are the best. Beef, chicken, cheese, corn, spinach... whatever! The best kind are wrapped in a nice flaky dough that is nicely fried or baked with just enough filled to make them plump and muy rico! My favorite were from a place called Gourmet Empanadas that my friends found for us. The only problem is I don't know where they are located! Boo hoo! Eating empanadas to top off a great meal at a Chinese restaurant! Hah!


by sof76

There are monuments everywhere!!!
This one is form the police and it's in 6700 Figueroa Alcorta Av.

Hay monumentos por todas partes!!!
Este es de la Policia y queda en Av. Figueroa Alcorta al 6700.

Carlos Gardel

by Bjorgvin

Carlos Gardel was born in France in 1890. He came to Buenos Aires with his mother at the age of two and was to become the most famous tango singer of all time. Gardel was already a famous singer in Argentina before he turned his attention to tango. For the Porteños (as citizens of Buenos Aires are sometimes called) he was the ideal tango singer, personifying the rise of the tango to the heights of fashionable society. Gardel was killed in a plane crash in 1935.

San Yisidro by train

by obcbreeze

Take the scenic train that runs down the coast and get off at the San Yisidro stop. You'll think you're in Bravaria. The architecture reminds you of southern Germany. There are arts and crafts vendors, priced much more reasonably then in Buenos Aires.

b1bob's Buenos Aires shopping tip nº2

by b1bob about Abasto

We went to this shopping centre called Abasto whose name means, appropriately enough, "supply" or "abundance". This shopping centre- once a railroad station (The cavernous ceilings are somewhat reminiscent of Philadelphia's 30th Street station.)- is a lot like the Galerias Pacifico, but much further away. I had bought all I wanted anyhow- some t-shirts for me, some WHATNOTS (miscellaneous little things) for Mama, and even a shot glass for daddy. Alex wanted a drink, but I didn't care for one at that time. Alex had me try this thing called CHIPÁ (balls of cheese bread not much different in flavour to the Brazilian "pões de queijo" or "cheese breads" for those of y'all in Roxboro). You can find nearly anything here. Among the key tenants is a grocery and record store. With a mall this size, various price ranges are accommodated.


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 Argentina Tango Hotel

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Address: Suipacha 545, CP C1008AAK, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, C1008AAK, Argentina