Hotel La Cayetana

Mexico 1330, Montserrat, Buenos Aires, Argentina
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Have one day in Buenos Aires

by cheltx

Returning from a cruise to Buenos Aires early morning on Feb 14. Flight home doesn't leave until 11:30pm that night. Can we get a tour that lasts most of the day including picking us up at the cruise ship and taking us to airport? Someone suggested booking a hotel at a "day" rate, so we'd have a place to relax during the day, but we didn't know how to go about finding a hotel that would book that way. Cruise offers a tour from 8:30-2:30 including lunch and a tango performance, but we'd like to spend more time in the city and not sit at the airport many, many hours. We're open to any and all suggestions. If there's someone else on the ship, Star Princess, who would be interested in booking something together, that would be great. Thanks.

Re: Have one day in Buenos Aires

by jimwebster

Buenos Aires is a rather large city. If you have never been there, I would recommend taking advantage of the tour offered by the cruise ship. The only other tours that I know of are the city bus tours, but they would not offer you as much as the cruise ship tour. Note also that the airport is roughly a 1 hour taxi ride from the city and you would need to be there at least 2 hours before your flight departs.

Re: Have one day in Buenos Aires

by sharatkum

a little late in responding, I'm sure you must have found a place by now. I recommend you to check availability at "Hostel Suites Obelisco". This hostel is located at the city center and is very clean and friendly. They also have a lot of day trips which you can book in advance. The prices are much better than the hotel prices. All the tours go in the same bus and to the same places.

You can make online bookings at These guys are honest and supereb.

Re: Have one day in Buenos Aires

by mcaffa

Maybe you could take a biking tour of Buenos Aires after the cruise tour. Urban Biking ( is pretty well known here and might offer short afternoon tours.

Happy travels and enjoy BA!

Travel Tips for Buenos Aires

Visa to India

by cochinjew

It is the same bureaucracy.. five days and a fax to canberra for verification!
But they would issue a visa and you have to leave your passport.
For my next Indian visa, I am told the indian consulate in San Francisco would issue a visa on the same day.. I will try that.

Blood everywhere

by Assenczo

Expression of protest can reach the extreme in BA. The more innocent graffiti are popular "around the world" and BA is no exception. The sculptural ensemble in front of the Senate testifies to it - how unfortunate, such a beautiful piece of art to be desecrated in that ugly fashion. Another matter is the amount of red paint splattered on monuments to "heroes" representing the people's blood they have let. Examples immediately coming to mind are Roca's statue, just off the Plaza de Mayo and most significantly, Christopher Columbus on the sea side of the Casa Rosada. Colon was a controversial figure even during his lifetime, having a hiccup or two during his reign in the West Indies. Generally speaking though, he is usually portrayed as a man of great importance to the development of the world. My environment does not include any indigenous people or descendents of slaves, so I am not totally "balanced".

Club Atlético River Plate


Club Atlético River Plate was founded in 1901 by Argentine's and it is one of the most celebrated/hated clubs in the country. A venture down to their club shop and stadium is a must see for anyone coming down to Argentina. Matchday tickets are not very expensive and most hotels can guide you on how to purchase tickets in advance. Sightlines are better at this stadium then most others in Argentina and tickets are not very expensive. It is also closer to the big parks and suburbs of Buenos Aires and is much nicer area to walk around than La Boca.

The atmosphere at the matches is amazing and well worth the experience of seeing why this is the most popular sport in the world and one of the most popular clubs in South America. If your going to a match, I suggest bringing a poncho just in the event of rain. Most seats in the stadium are uncovered (no roof like in Europe).

Nuestra Señora de Luján (Our...

by lolitajane

Nuestra Señora de Luján (Our Lady of Luján)
The patron saint of Argentina is in the basilica located in the city of Luján, West side of Buenos Aires. You can also visit the Cabildo (Town Hall of colonial times) and the Casa del Virrey (Viceroy's House), seat of Enrique Udaondo Complex Museum: Colonial and Historical Museum, Arms Galleries, Museum of Artillery and Museum of Transportation which houses a Spanish plane 'Plus Ultra', the first plane to travel across the Atlantic. Not far away, you can stay or spend a full day in San Ceferino Estancia. There are many estancias (cattle ranches) and comfortable cottages in the area that offer lodging and entertainment activities.

For Wine Lovers

by jakelorenzo about Gran Bar Danzon

I hear the food is good at Gran Bar Danzon, but I wouldn't know. We got there about midnight when the young Buenos Aires crowd was there listening to the pounding music and looking hip in their mostly black fashionable outfits. We made our way to the far corner of the bar, sat down and spent the next two hours tasting Argentine wines recommended by the gorgeous sommelier, Fernanda Fazekas. She knew her stuff, made wonderful recommendations, and introduced us to several new pleasures. Over the course of the tasting, it was as if we were her only customers, so attentive was her service. Prices were resonable, and it's a great place to wind down after a large meal. Casual, but hip, except for us of course. Blue jeans are always fashionable.


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 Hotel La Cayetana

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Address: Mexico 1330, Montserrat, Buenos Aires, Argentina