Dazzler Tower

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

San Martin 920, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, 1012AAT, Argentina
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Average
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Poor
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 20% less than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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  • Couples63
  • Solo83
  • Business61

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Forum Posts

Airport transfers

by mamgu

Hi people we are coming to Buenos Aires on 2 January and are staying at the Dazzler Tower at San Martin 920, Buenos Aires. Can we get to this hotel from the airport on public transport or maybe a shuttle bus?

Re: Airport transfers

by kiwigal_1

Hi there you can get a bus transfer through the "Tienda Leon" company. I have posted the details on my Buenos Aires page here on VT.

Cheers,
Rhianon

Re: Airport transfers

by mamgu

Hi, thanks for your quick reply - I notice from your page that you live in Santiago, so I've got another question! When we leave Buenos Aires we are joining a cruise ship and end up in Valpariso. We are staying in the Holiday Inn at Santiago Airport. Can we get from Valpariso to it on public transport? I hope you don't mind this question - it seemed like too good an opportunity to miss. What is a lady with a Welsh name doing living in Chile? Val

Re: Airport transfers

by kiwigal_1

Hi Val,
Yes I do have a welsh name but I am actually a New Zealander. I moved to Chile with work and am now married to a Chilean so probably here to stay.

To get to Valparaiso on public transport from the airport you will need to back track a little to the city and go from there. There isn't anything that goes from the airport to the coast direct except a taxi. The cheapest way to do it is to get the Centropuerto or Tur Bus "airport bus" service from in front of the arrivals area of the airport and take that to Pajaritos metro station. At the bus terminal in Pajaritos metro station you can buy a ticket to Valparaiso on either Tur Bus or Pullman buses. Buses depart every 15 minutes or so and there almost always is space available. Once you arrive in Valparaiso you will probably need to take a taxi to the port especially if you have luggage but it is a relatively short distance and so won't cost a lot.
Cheers,
Rhianon

Travel Tips for Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires Design

by sof76

This is the view of the Buenos Aires design from Av. Pueyrredon.

Buenos Aires Design es el primer y unico mall tematico dedicado enteramente al dise?o, construccion, equipamiento y decoracion. En el primer nivel, hay una terraza de 3000 mts2, en la cual interactuan propuestas gastronomicas y de dise?o, en un ambiente ideal para disfrutar del aire libre con la mejor vista de la Recoleta. Av. Pueyrredon y Av. del Libertador
Tel: (011) 5777-6000
Fax: (011) 5777-6150
http://www.designrecoleta.com.ar

Sun bathing

by Maggies

Looks like Portenos (BsAs inhabitants) love spending time in the parks, unless they are discussing important political matter or reading in one of many cafes.
Anyway, you can see many locals doing sports, walking or just lying down and taking sun in the parks.

Tigre, one hour escape from Buenos Aires

by jumpingnorman

I heard about this popular delta region which can be reached in one hour when heading north from Buenos Aires. I took the taxi and I don’t know how much I paid ($50?), but I knew it was not much. It is a popular weekend getaway for portenos.
When I got there, there were nice little shops and the water was “inviting” me to ride a boat to explore the delta. Boat companies are very easy to find to schedule 1 to 3 hour rides, depending whether you want to include a meal on one of the delta restaurants by the water. Of course, I was hungry and chose the meal and was not disappointed later. The salmon was good!
The Delta del Parana ‘s waters stream in from the inland jungles of Argentina. The boat passed lots of colonial mansions and beautiful houses along the riverbank.
If you don’t want to take the taxi to tigre, take the Tren de la Costa route instead to enjoy a more scenic ride. There is a stop at San Isidro which is a pleasant suburb with an outdoor shopping center.

Music Matters

by leok about Musimundo

It's the Virgin Megastore/HMV/fnac of Argentina - the stores stock books, dvds, fairly cheap electronic equipment (including some very cheap unknown brand portable cd players), concert tickets and lots and lots of cds.

If you want a chance to browse and sample some of the latest S American groups head over to their flagship store on Avenida Santa Fe where there are several listen pods set up - or you can take a cd to the desk and ask the assistant to play it to you.

If you are carrying a bag and the security guard starts waving at you it's because you'll have to stick in in a locker which needs a 1 peso coin - you'll get it back afterwards.

The exchange rate means you can get some real bargains (I bought 28 cds here including lots of British bands as well as some Argentinian discoveries) so best take advantage of the opportunity while it lasts.

Irish Pub in BsAs

by Patriquito about The Kilkenny's Irish Pub

It's an Irish Pub just like Irish Pubs are like in all over the world. They have live music, you can eat and drink (irish) beer or cocktails. This one gets really crowded at the weekends after midnight. They charge 10 Peso for the entrance of males if you arrive late, but literally they don't, because the 10 Pesos are a voucher for drinks. You'll find people from every part of the world here since this place is mentioned in lots of guidebooks and brochures. But the locals also go there.

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Address: San Martin 920, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, 1012AAT, Argentina