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Apartment in the coolest area - Palermo "Soho"

I rent my apartment temporarly to travelers, I will be adding pictures really soon so you can virtualy visit it.
Palermo Soho is the nicest area right now in town and the location of my place is unbeateble.
If you need information urgently write to me!

Location, location,location.
Trendy and confortable apartment it also has a terrace!

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  • Written August 26, 2002

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· Che Lagarto - Hostel...

· Che Lagarto - Hostel
Combate de Los Pozos 1151 (tel 011/4304 7618; email chelagarto@hotmail.com). The trendiest hostel and the cheapest at $8 a night. Intimate but friendly and the young owners are expert guides to Buenos Aires' nightlife

· Nuevo Mundial - Hotel
Avda de Mayo 1298 (tel 011/4383 0011; email mundial@houseware.com.ar). Elegant, old-fashioned and some rooms with balconies big enough to party on. Wonderful - if vertigo-inducing - views, too. (Single $54, double $63.)

· El Hostal de San Telmo - Hostel
Carlos Calvo 614 (tel 011/4304 7618; email elhostal@satlink.com). Well-kept and well-located with facilities that border on the luxurious: washing machines, internet and fax. ($10 per night.)

· Europa - Hotel
Bartolomé Mitre 1294 (tel 011/4381 9629). If you can a get a room overlooking the street, this clean and pleasant hotel is one of the best in its price range. (Single $25, double $30, ISIC discount.)

· Alvear Palace - 5 star hotel
Avenida Alvear 1891 (tel 011/4804 7777). If you find yourself with a few hundred pesos to spare, this aristocratic hotel is the place to spend them.

Finding accommodation in Buenos Aires shouldn't be a problem: over 40 percent of the country's hotels are concentrated in the capital, with prices ranging from $8 to $3000 for a luxury suite. However, with the exception of the city's good youth hostels, attractive accommodation can be difficult to find on a tight budget, particularly for the single traveller. Be warned that many hotel rooms, particularly at the lower end of the market, face onto internal corridors, or may lack a window at all. A fan, or air-conditioning, is pretty much an essential requirement in summer, and heating is a big bonus in winter. Discounts can sometimes be negotiated, particularly if you are staying for a longer period. Always try and pay in cash as credit cards invariably entail a surcharge.
The biggest concentration of accommodation is around Avenida de Mayo, Congreso, and on the streets between Avenida de Mayo and Corrientes. There are also numerous hotels near the railway stations but - unless you really can't face going any further, or have a special fondness for the slightly sleazy - these are the least appealing places to stay in the city.

Breakfast is not always included but in any case for a few pesos you'll probably get a better start to the day in a nearby confitería, or café.

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  • Written August 25, 2002
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Nearest to Buenos Aires (about...

Nearest to Buenos Aires (about one hour by car),there is a singular town, with a lagoon and very beautifull countries. Its name is Monte.
There's you can find hotels, farms, ranch, cuontries, bed and breakfast, where you can stay. You can practice water sports, like kayak, sky, jet sky. And you can also fish or drive horses.
There is a polo square, in front of the lagoon, where very good polo players make contest always on week ends.
You can go for a bike trip around the lagoon, or rent a horse there.
Or just watch the sunset or the full moon reflected in the lagoon.
Its a very special, peacefull, fun, and chip place to go.
If you want any information about directuions or telephone numbers, just email me, and I will answer to you as soon as possible.

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  • Written August 24, 2002

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Playa Inn: Playa Inn

The unique quality is that there is a friend of mine working on this hotel. If you are planning to expend money in Carilo, go to the Playa Inn and ask for Rosana!!!!!

  • Opinion of Price: more expensive than average
  • Written August 24, 2002
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We did not stay in a hotel as...

We did not stay in a hotel as our lodgings consisted of a cabin on the Royal Princess. Following are excellent guides from Hostels to 5 Star Hotels.



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  • Written August 24, 2002

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