Duque Hotel Boutique

3.5 out of 5 stars3.5 Stars

Guatemala 4364, Palermo Soho, Buenos Aires, 1425, Argentina
Duque Hotel Boutique & Spa
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Rated 11% higher but also costs 37% more than other 3.5 star hotels

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  • Couples97
  • Solo98
  • Business95

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Forum Posts

Pilar to Buenos Aires?

by tingaling1h

Hello - We are traveling to Argentina from Boston, and are staying at the Sheraton Pilar. Pilar is about a 45 minute drive from downtown Buenos Aires.... Does anyone know if there is a bus that will take us from Pilar to downtown BA? I believe a taxi ride will be very expensive. Thank you in advance!

Re: Pilar to Buenos Aires?

by Porteno

There are buses and also the train that will transport you to the City. The Metropolitano, San Martin Line runs from Pilar to the main station, Retiro. These commuter trains are not terribly comfortable, and subject to frequent breakdowns and delays. You might have your hotel arrange for a remise, private car and driver, you might find that the price is very reasonable if you book them for the day. They pick you up, drive you into to the city wait for you and then return to Pilar. You might email the hotel in advance and ask them what arrangements they might have offer.

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Travel Tips for Buenos Aires

Visa to Brasil

by cochinjew

At the consulate in Av Pellegrini, the large wide street in Buenos Aires ( 9 de julio ), the busy brazilian consulate would facilitate your visa, for australians 90 days.. you enter and fill in your application electronically and give them a picture and they would give you a receipt for you to go to the bank and pay the visa fees. you can come back later in that day and certainly the day after and your visa is ready.
If you are thinking of visiting foz de iguazu, you will need a visa for brasil if you are an australian citizen since the best views are on the brazilian side, eventhough i dont remember anyone checking passports. i stayed on the brasilian side on my visit to Foz..

Peoples Protest Against A Corrupt Government!!!

by mannymiami

Here in front of the congress building there are always people and sometimes squatters protesting against the corupt government that is running the country . In my next couple of pictures you will see some protesters with signs and writtings against the government. December 19 2001 the People of Argentina went out into the streets and revolted against the De la Rua and his corupted administration. In a matter of two weeks Argentina went through four presidents. From the steps of this congress building I witness the masses breaking into this building and looting and burning everything inside. It was a very impressive thing to eyewitness. The peso devaluated and this once rich country fell into poverty. Hopefully this country will get back on its feet and once again will be the country that it was once...

Sport Clubs

by Sonador3

Any trip to Buenos Aires will inevitably include a lot of eating and drinking. And no matter how much you walk around town (and Bs As is a walking town) you'll never burn off all the calories. So my strategy has been to get a membership in a Sport Club -- preferrably one with a swimming pool.

I've been a member of 4 clubs so far and my favorite is the American Sport Club in Barrio Norte, close to Santa Fe. It's a very large club with all of the usual equipment including free weights, machines, a ton of cardio machines and a very friendly staff of trainers. But the full size pool is the reason to come here as there are so very few gyms with pools in Bs As. Bring the usual sport gear and swimming suit. Towels are available.

Everything's cheap!!

by nattybabe about Calle Florida (Florida street)

Florida Street

Although we were told that Florida Street was more expensive because of the tourist, we didn’t find that at all. We went to a shopping mall out of the city and found that it was only a little bit cheaper than at home and only had clothes.

Florida Street is a HUGE street (don’t get lost) which you can follow for days or hours and not get bored. It houses every shop of every description with cheap goods for everyone. If you’re looking for souvenirs, it’s hard to find anything that screams Argentina apart from the leather or soccer gear. If you’re heading to other parts of South America, save the presents for people back home until then. Florida Street is perfect for everyday shopping such as clothes, shoes, watches, sunglasses, perfume and of course, leather. You can find touristy stuff, but everything else is in abundance.

If you get tired, then there are plenty of cafes for every taste. Everything is a lot cheaper than at home - spend up!!

Beer Bar Museum

by crewsada about Treffen

What fascinates about this place, is the collection that the owner has of beer paraphanalia. Thousands upon thousands of beer mats, bottles, cans, old-fashioned taps and the likes. The owner, Ango, has taken years to build his collection and only been opened literalry a year. If your spanish is good and the boss is around you can get a little tour of this beer bar museum. Its quite something!
Its a quiet place with usually a few locals inside, but dont expect a mad bustly atmosphere. If you want that then go to one of the many Irish pubs around. None

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Address: Guatemala 4364, Palermo Soho, Buenos Aires, 1425, Argentina