Boutique Zen Suite Hotel & Spa

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Ayacucho 55, (formerly Zentra Hotel Boutique and Spa), Buenos Aires, C1025AAA, Argentina
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 33% less than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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Apartment rental for January 2010

by ojosverde21

I am looking to rent an apartment in BA.....does anyone know of any good, clean rentals...I have been checking with various rental agencies and prices are pretty high. Thanks

Downtown or San Telmo.....are these areas ok to consider?

Re: Apartment rental for January 2010

by Porteno

The prices are much higher these days than in the past. Not sure why since tourism has been way down. As for location, personally I would avoid downtown since it is really busy in the daytime and rather dead at night. As for San Telmo, perfectly fine to stay in, my only comment would be that it is not very central. You might find the main part of Palermo more central. One word of caution, Palermo is the largest barrio in the city, and several different sections, Palermo SoHo/Hollywood, also referred to as Palermo Viejo, Palermo Chico etc. Concentrate on areas closer to the border with the Recoleta.

Have you tried Reynolds Properties?
http://www.reynoldspropiedades.com/temporary_rentals/ They are one of the oldest and most reliable of the agencies. And no I do not work for them or get a referral fee :) I would happily recommend a couple of other agencies as well but they do not have as many value priced apartments as Reynolds. I would also happily advise you about which ones to avoid as well :)

This link is for an interactive map of the city http://www.mapabsas.com/

I find it very helpful, you can plug in the address and see exactly where the location is. Remember to put the street name first then the street number.

Good luck and get in touch if you need further assistance

suerte
SAM

Re: Apartment rental for January 2010

by ojosverde21

Thanks Sam.....regards, Euni

Re: Apartment rental for January 2010

by Bigmac52

Try BAstay.com - I've booked through them several times and found them to be pretty good / reasonably priced. If you get there and don't like the Apartment they will change it for you within 24 hrs

There is more happening in Downtown through the week as opposed to San Thelmo -which really comes alive at the week-end.

Also, Downtown is close to Retiro Station ( train to Tigre is 2.50 pesos return !! and takes about 40 minutes ), Recoleta, Oblisco, Calle Florida, Puerto Madero etc

Bigmac52

Travel Tips for Buenos Aires

- Take a walk on Lavalle (ped...

by szabolcs



- Take a walk on Lavalle (ped street) at night to see how lively Bs As is.

- See Avenida 9e de Julio at night with Teatro Colón and El Obelisco in splendid illumination

- drink dry Argentine 'vino tinto' (red wine)

- drink mate - a special kind of tea produced only in Argentina

- see a tango-show in San Telmo district

- visit Caminito (La Boca)

- but above all: ENJOY YOURSELF!

Horse backrides with gauchos in NW Argentina

by Waterdance

If you like horse riding, you come to Argentina and you have the time, this might be an unique opportunity to ride in the Andes in the Northwest of Argentina...!

We are befriended with gauchos in the Northwest who organize horse backrides for 3 up to 10 days. Usual Argentinian tours offered in Europe cost a lot more, and you usually only depart in groups. We can bring you directly in contact with the gauchos. You can ride with your friend or partner with your own private gaucho guides and you save money. These are very authentique journeys with local gauchos deep into the remote & magnificent mountains of Salta province. They are used to guide foreigners, used to give a high level of service, have tents and cook all the time for you. For the 7-10 day trip you cross a spectacular pass of nearly 5000 metres altitude, but even for 3 days it is worth the journey & experience ! We can send you a few independant reviews published on the web. They are all very positive.

You can travel to Salta by luxury sleeping bus (travel of about 18-20 hours) or by plane.

Contact us by our website (but on time, eg minimum 1-2 months ahead as everything needs to be prepared for a trekking in the mountains).

Watermelons on the go

by wadekorzan

Once in a while, if you're very lucky, you'll get to see a part of Buenos Aires history alive and well in the 21st century. These carts wander the city with the antique loudspeakers announcing juicy and delicious watermelons. As you can see in the picture, they go right down the streets with cars, taxis, and buses.

Fresh Air!

by sabrina_florida

If you feel tired of the city and want to see a green space, then Los Bosques de Palermo is a good place. They are located 15 minutes away from downtown and they get packed with locals, mostly at the weekends, who go there to jog, cycle, rollerblade, play football or just sit on the grass and have a picnic. It's a good place to combine chilling out with local people watch. There are free aerobics lessons at the weekends.
Make sure you don't go there at night, as it becomes a Red District. Well... maybe you DO want to go! ;) Honestly, it gets rather dangerous at night.

Shoppers delight on Florida Steet

by lkdahl about Calle Florida (Florida street)

Florida Street in Centro is one of 2 pedestrian only streets in Buenos Aires. The other is Lavalle Street, which intersects Florida Street. All the along Florida Street are many shops, selling leather goods, wines, clothing, shoes, atheletic wear and just about everything else you'd want to buy.

During the day the street is packed with pedestrians. The Gallerias Pacifico mall is located on this street as well as several other lesser known malls. There are street performers all along the street, tango dancers, musicians, mimes, etc... Every kind of store is located on this street. Leather goods stores are very abundant and you can get some really good deals on them. I purchased some football jerseys and bought a very nice leather coat. Some of the leather shops can custom make a leather coat to your specifications in just a few days. The sky is the limit!

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