Monarca Hoteles

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

25 de Mayo 724, Buenos Aires, 1002, Argentina
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 50% less than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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Tango classes in Buenos Aires

by edimarip

we will bein Buenos Aires from 5 until march 8, and we would like to follow some hours of tango lessons. Who has any idea of a good school ?
And i could use also some tips on a nice Hotel in the San Telmo area.


Re: Tango classes in Buenos Aires

by Julialu

I have been to bs as and when i stayed in the art factory a really nice hostel in san telmo they told me to go to a place called LA CATEDRAL DEL TANGO it was in Almagro and they have calsses all day and for only $15 argentinean pesos per hour!!
julia lu

Travel Tips for Buenos Aires

Costanera Sur

by sof76

This is an area behind the financial center where you can go just for relax. It's amazing the contrast you can experience there. At the right you have those amazing and modern buildings and on the left you can see an ecological reservation with a river and lots of plants and animals... it's so quiet and nice there!!!

...booming business

by vtveen

On the first day in Buenos Aires and on the first walk from our B&B to the train station in Vicente Lopez we were surprised by the number of dogs we saw on the streets. Most of the times accompanied by a dog walker (or even better ‘paseadores de perros’). And they had three, four, six or even more than ten dogs with them.
Later on we saw them walking with ‘their’ dogs almost everywhere in the city, but especially in and around the parks.

Other dog walkers (or just ‘keepers’) were sitting in a park, watching the dogs, which had some space behind a fence to run and play with each other.

Our hosts of the B&B also had their ‘paseadore de perro’ and they told us that these dog walkers earn up to 100 pesos a month per dog. It is booming business in Bs As, take a look for instance on these website and you will find tens of dog walkers, just in Vicente Lopez (

It is for sure, if you are walking on the side walks or walkways in a park in Buenos Aires: “MIND YOUR STEPS”.


by DAO

In Buenos Aires you either support Boca Juniors or you support River Plat. Like 2 sides of the railroad track, the Juniors are from the poorer, but more colourful, Boca neighbourhood. Boca have won a record 18 international titles (equal to AC Milan) and sport the colours of gold (yellow) and blue. Their all time hero is the controversial Diego Maradona who famously cheated the English side out of the 1986 World Cup with his famous ‘Hand of God’ handball goal. Surely the most outrageous single event of cheating in sports to ever go unpunished. He waited until 2006 to appologise. And that was after 11 years of allegedly taking drugs.

Boca's supporters are known as "Bosteros" and they are proud to be called ‘la número 12 or La Doce’ - meaning the 12th player.

Dinosaurs in La Plata
La Plata...

by lolitajane

Dinosaurs in La Plata
La Plata is the capital of the province of Buenos Aires and its Natural Science Museum alone justifies a visit. Its collection of fossils, especially those of large prehistoric animals, is one of the most important in the world.

El Viejo Almacen

by trvlrtom about Tango shows - Tango places

We had a great experience at the Viejo Almacen, located in San Telmo neighborhood. The old colonial building on a cobbled street provides an aura of authenticity. The show itself was fun and entertaining - not overly showy or "vegas style." The show included a variety of instrumental and vocal tangos, talented dancing, and a folkloric group also. Good, friendly service too.

Check out their helpful website.


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Address: 25 de Mayo 724, Buenos Aires, 1002, Argentina