Palermo Suites

3.5 out of 5 stars3.5 Stars

Fray J Sta Maria de Oro 2529, Buenos Aires, C1425FOJ, Argentina
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Satisfaction Excellent
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Average
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Value Score Poor Value

Costs 45% more than similarly rated 3.5 star hotels

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  • Families73
  • Couples91
  • Solo66
  • Business83

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Forum Posts

fiesta_gaucha

by NGCH2

Need some advise... can someone tell me whether the fiesta gaucha is worth the trip?

Re: fiesta_gaucha

by cgf

ok.. it only made for tourist but it could be worth to do it just because you'll be away from trafic and pollution.
It's a day trip, interesting, you may know how 'gauchos' live and.... eat!!!
Anyway it's much better then a rodeo... and more real.

Re: fiesta_gaucha

by bairestraveler

Of course it worth the trip! A Fiesta Gaucha is the end of an Estancia Tour, and is an incredible way to learn more about the Argentine culture and folklore.

Estancia Don Silvano and Estancia Santa Susana both offer Gaucho party with a day tour that includes: reception with wine and typical Argentinean empanadas, horse back ride, tango and folkloric dance show, lunch with traditional barbecue and Show of Gaucho skills.

Here I let you a link to know more about this kind of activity:
http://ow.ly/2Bgcx

Travel Tips for Buenos Aires

Few Tango shows in every street.

by benazer

Do not waste money on expensive tango shows at some places,there are plenty on them in the central area on many streets,providing the weather is good,most of them are very good and much better then the professional tango places. I miss the fabulous restaurants and cafees here,

PRIMAVERA EN BUENOS AIRES

by RafaelTheSecond

Primavera is both word used in spanish and portuguese, so Brazil and Argentina know very well the meaning of this magnificent season, in buenos Aires, the nature answers strongly, and when you explore the wilderness of the Rio de La Plata river, you see many things exactly like the first spanish colonizers had seen, the nature in bloom!!!

Marvelous wild flowers everywhere....

Going to San Isidro, is a journey to the ancient past of this Nation.

October 2nd, 2005

MY ARGENTINEAN HOME :))))

by RafaelTheSecond

Well, there's been almost 11 years that I go to Argentina, so of course I have many friends in the country, and Buenos Aires is where I definitevely stop...And in Rome I do like the romans, it cannot be so different here, so I always go back to old custons, when I visited yesterday the house of Mariano's parents in the great province of Martinez, no far from the capital, this is where I am confortable, and this is where I relax with a hot MATE AMARGO n my hands. It is a very common costun among the argentineans, uruguayans and southern brazilians. Well I am part of tthe club as you easily can see. Right behind me, my great "cousin" and friend Gustavo, checking his internet.

Sep 18th, 2005

Close to Buenos Aires, but a world away!

by Sonador3

Tigre is close enough that you can go there in the morning and come back in the evening quite easily. By car it's only 30 minutes by car, 50 minutes and about an hour and a half by bus. You can pick up the train from the Retiro station and they run about every 15 minutes for $1.90pesos and the collective (bus) to take is the #60 and costs $1.35pesos each way.

Tigre is a small town that is actually an island. 3 rivers, The Tigre, The Lujan and the Reconquista, surround it. Long neglected, over the past 2 decades, Tigre has experienced a kind of renaissance. There are so many cool things to do on the Tigre that I don't know where to start. But good ways to see the river is just by hiring a small boat (with driver) and have him/her take you on a tour where you'll be able to explore the rivers and parts of the Delta. There are a few good places to eat and if you want to stay overnight there are some decent Bed and Breakfast places available.

For more information, visit a travel agent in Tigre, or just get on a train and when you disembark at the Tigre station there will be an information center there with maps and info on trips to the islands. Estacion Fluvial de Tigre, Mitre 305 4512-4497

Ojos de Bife

by elpariente about Supermercado "Disco"

La carne Argentina es muy buena , por eso el último día , antes de volver a España , hicimos una compra importante en "Disco" ( hay muchos supers de esta cadena en BA ) , de bife de chorizo, ojo de bife y lomo y nos los embasaron al vacío
Como las maletas viajan en el avión en bodega a baja temperatura ,las facturamos y llegó la carne muy bien . Así pudimos celebrar nuestra vuelta con la familia y los amigos
En el aeropuerto también puedes encontrar carne , pero es tres veces más cara
The Argentina meat is very good, for that reason the last day, before returning to Spain, we made in “ Disco”( There are many supers of this chain in BA ) an important purchase , of steak ( Bife de chorizo), steak eye ( Ojo de bife ) and back ( Lomo )and they put it on vacuum bags . As the suitcases travel in the airplane store at low temperature, we checked them and the meat arrived very well. Thus we could celebrate our return with the family and the friends .
In the airport also you can find meat, prepaired for transport , but it is three times more expensive

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