Be Hollywood Boutique Hotel

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Humboldt 1726, Buenos Aires, 1414, Argentina
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  • Families91
  • Couples95
  • Solo88
  • Business94

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Private Tango Instruction

by sjandhya

Can you suggest a good private Tango Instructor in Buenos Aires? I will be arriving in October.

Re: Private Tango Instruction

by Porteno

Here are a few so you can have a choice :)

Daniel Lapadula. Escuela Argentina de Tango, Centro Cultural Borges, Viamonte y San Martín, Centro. (054 11) 773-9383. ClubStyleTango@yahoo.com Clases / Lessons:/ 6pm Sat (2-hour lesson). Intermediate and Advanced levels./ Fees: $15

The Studio – 30US for one person and 20US for interpretinghttp://www.thestudio.com.ar/Tango.htm.

Confiteria Ideal - Suipacha 384 in the Microcentro- This is a famous old hot spot for Buenos Aires Tango lessons and deancing. The club was founded in 1912 and it has been restored to look and feel like that era. It is an older crowd but friendly. Tango classes are available from Monday to Thursday from 12:00 to 3pm and Tuesday, Wednesday, and Saturday from 3pm to 9pm Dances are Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday from 3pm to 9pm and on Thursdays from 10 pm to 4 am. Fridays they usually have a show that starts around 8pm. The cost for the class and/or dance is 5 pesos. 5006-4102

Hope this helps
suerte
SAM

Re: Private Tango Instruction

by ar1183

Hello, visit www.argentineplanet.com.ar They offer Tango lessons among some other tourist services. Have a nice trip!

Travel Tips for Buenos Aires

Manuel Tienda Leon has moved!!!!!

by cochinjew

Those of you accostumed to the prompt and courteous service of the transportation company from Ezeiza international airport to downtown, would be unhappy to know that their office, which was centrally located at plaza san martin at santa fe now has movefd past the retiro bus station at an area surrounded by concrete pavements and constant noise of large trucks. moreover they no longer offer service to the hotels so you are on your own to find a taxi.. which is not available near by , you have to walk over railway lines and pavement and wait for a taxi near the gas station...3 peso taxi from santa fe to ricoleta now is 6.. not bad still but if there are more than one person, it is better to take a taxi direct from the airport to your hotel

Appreciate the Tango and the...

by pkhill

Appreciate the Tango and the history of the country. Great foods, great excitement, beautiful and great reverence for their ancestry. Visit Recoletta cemetery.

Also, have an ice cream - great competition between ice cream stores - all homemade and wonderful.

RACING CLUB!

by sof76

La historia

Titulos en primera: 7. Torneos 49, 50, 51, 58, 61, 66 y Apertura 2001.

Titulos Internacionales: 3. Copa Libertadores 67, Copa Europeo-Sudamericana 67 y Supercopa 88.

Maximo goleador: Evaristo Barrera (1933/38), con 136 goles.

El que más jugó: Agustín Cejas, 312 partidos (1962/80) ARQUEROS
25 CAMPAGNUOLO, Gustavo
1 MARTINEZ GULLOTTA, José Luis
22 ROMERO, Sergio

DEFENSORES
31 Ezequiel Ares
1 Javier Eduardo Arizala
2 Gustavo Daniel Cabral
6 Diego Crosa
3 Celso Esquivel
21 Francisco Maciel
39 Gabriel Ivan Mercado
4 Matías Sánchez
29 Franco Sebastian Sosa
18 Martín Ariel Vitali
José Shaffer

VOLANTES

7 Adrián Jesús Bastia
30 Nicolás Alejandro Cabrera
26 Fernando De La Fuente
33 Gonzalo Garcia
14 Diego Sebastian Menghi
23 Ezequiel Miralles
10 Maximiliano Moralez
17 Cristian Pellerano
8 Sixto Peralta
15 Martín Andrés Romagnoli
27 Sebastián Miguel Ángel Romero
31 Claudio Yacob

DELANTEROS
16 Luis Alberto Benítez
19 Gonzalo Rubén Bergessio
20 Claudio Fileppi
28 Pablo González
11 Claudio Javier López
24 Santiago Malano
9 Facundo Sava

CUERPO TECNICO
DIRECTOR TECNICO Miguel Mico

The most complete and biggest mall

by sabrina_florida about Unicenter shopping

This is the biggest mall in South America.
It's 25 minutes from downtown by taxi, but it's really worth visiting.
This is a three-storey mall with all the most important brands, for men, women and children.
On the 3rd floor there's a huge food court and a cinema, Hoyts Cinemas, with 14 screens.
On that same floor there's a video arcade with a small rollercoaster for little kids. You can play pool and bowling too there.
There's Falabella inside, which is a two-storey department store. Electrical appliances, clothes, shoes and bags, make-up, toys, furniture, books and CDs are some of the things you can buy here. One of our best supermarkets is here too, on the ground floor. It's called Jumbo. It's the most expensive but the most varied, so it's worth visiting.

If you like house music u gotttta go to PACHA

by Liveitup_Bailey

The night life is incredible.... TAKE ADVANTAGE ..... IT IS ALL NIGHT ALL MORNIN ALLL DAY

This is what we would do --- go to a normal top 40 club like opera house (used to be good on wed nights), then go to another bar/club then go to a salsa club and dance the night away until 6 or 7 in the morning....

House venues are another thing on their own you show up at 12 am and you will be there until 10 am and won't want to leave......

If you are going there .... LOVE IT .....ENJOY IT for the rest of us

Ask the locals for the "IT" clubs to go to

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Address: Humboldt 1726, Buenos Aires, 1414, Argentina