Conte Hotel Buenos Aires

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Carlos Pellegrini 101, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, 1009, Argentina
Conte Hotel
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Value Score Poor Value

Rated 14% lower than similarly priced 4 star hotels

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  • Couples78
  • Solo63
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Forum Posts

Airport transfers/limo services

by pchamlis

Can anyone give me guidance for a reputable private limo/transfer service in Buenos Aires. I will be needing an early (400 am) ride from a hotel to the aeropargue Newbery, and on another day, I will be needing a transfer from Newbery back over to the Pistarini (EZE) international airport.

Thanks so much in advance.
Pete

Re: Airport transfers/limo services

by vtveen

Take a look at the website of Tienda Leon; the are offering several services in Bs As and between the two airports:
http://www.tiendaleon.com.ar/prehome.asp

happy travels
Jaap

Re: Airport transfers/limo services

by julbars90

Hi Peter! I will advice you to contact Latour.com for this info. I know that this company deals with solid local argentian companies and they will definitly advise the transfer service. Also try to check gate1.com

regards

Travel Tips for Buenos Aires

Vicente López,pleasant neighbourhood for a stay

by vtveen

Vicente López a must see: absolutely NOT !!
Vicente López pleasant to stay: absolutely YES !!

Vicente López is a residential neighbourhood in the northern part of (greater) Buenos Aires. About 25.000 inhabitants are living in this part of the city, which is limited in the north by Olivos (where the presidential palace is situated), the General Paz Highway in the south, the busy Maipú Avenue to the west and Libertador Avenue and the Rio de la Plata to the east.

Vicente López is a rather green area and has lots of tree lined streets. Its centre, close to the railway, has its own charm and offers a couple of shops, cafés and restaurants. On a sunny day this area looks a little bit like Paris with its outdoor cafés.
We liked it very much to stay in this area in a nice B&B, called Lo de Costa, which we found after a lot of searching and reading on the internet.

It is an absolutely quiet area without the hustle and bustle of downtown Buenos Aires. It still is very easy accessible by train, bus or remis/taxi. Vicente López has its own railway station along the Tigre Line and in about 20 minutes you will reach Retiro Station for just a couple of cents. Buses leave from the centre, from Av. Maipú (we took line 152 to Plaza Italia/Palermo) and using a remis one can reach within 15 minutes airport Aeroparque for a domestic flight.

For more info about Vicente López see website (Spanish): http://www.mvl.gov.ar/

see La Boca and if possible a...

by milkface

see La Boca and if possible a soccer match of the local Boca Juniors, witness a Tango dance, Obelisk and the 9 de Julio Avenue (widest road in world), the elegant neighbourhood of Recoleta, and Placa de la Mayo seeing Maradona waving to the crowd at a boca juniors soccer match. It was a cool thing!!!!
Also, walking around the centre and seeing some Tango was also great!! There is plenty on the street in the day and in the nighttime.

Just about in every corner

by Gypsystravels

We got glimpses of tango dancers just about in every neighborhood we went. There were some performing one night in Calle Florida, we saw them in La Boca and we saw them in San Thelmo.

There were always crowds surrounding the performers we saw and I learned that they do perform for a fee, so if you stop to watch toss a few pesos their way.

Day trip to Tigre

by nattybabe

The Tigre region is a huge delta about 1 hour north of Buenos Aires. We took a day tour and were picked up from out hotel in a bus, then dropped off and got the local train to the Tigre region before getting on another bus!! A bit long winded but it gave us the opportunity to see different areas of the city including the richest suburban area. Once off the train you are lead through a craft/tourist market which has expensive but nice little tid bits. We were allowed to wonder around for an hour before heading off to the catamaran and our cruise.

The cruise itself goes for about an hour and goes down several of the wider canals before turning around again. The catamaran typically has two levels with an enclosed level downstairs with tables and chairs and a viewing deck upstairs. Along the canals are various houses, but where we went was mostly bush land and various animals. On the water you will see lots of other boats as well as the occasional ship wreck. It has to be seen to be believed.

Day trips (with or without lunch) are not that expensive and we paid US$20 for the privilege. I highly recommend a visit!!

Patio Bullrich

by sof76 about Patio Bullrich

It's the most classy shopping in Buenos Aires. Inside it you can find Harry Cipriani, a great italian restaurant!
The shopping has cinemas also.

Es el shopping mas elegante de Buenos Aires. En el se encuentra Harry Cipriani, un excelente restaurante italiano.
El shopping tambien tiene cines.

E o mais chick shopping do Buenos Aires. Dentro do shoppinng voce pode achar Harry Cipriani, um otimo restaurante italiano!
O shopping tambem tem cinema. You can find all the best cloths shops there!

Alli se encuentran los mejores negocios de ropa!

Voce pode achar la as melhores lojas de roupa!

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