PuroBaires Hotel Boutique

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Niceto Vega 4788, Buenos Aires, 1414, Argentina

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Satisfaction Excellent
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Value Score Poor Value

Costs 36% more than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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  • Families93
  • Couples89
  • Solo100
  • Business97
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    Great stay

    by

    I ended up at PuroBaires by pure chance. I was supposed to share a rental apartment with friends but on arrival we discovered that it was quite inadequate, as one of the bedrooms had its walls covered in mold (renters beware!). We phoned a few hotels in the Palermo area and found rooms at PuroBaires. Palermo Soho is an up-and-coming pleasant neighborhood, known for its fashion boutiques, restaurants, cafes and bars. My room was small but well equipped and comfortable. The windows were facing the street but the traffic noise was not a problem. Staff is extremely helpful and friendly and they all speak fluent English. We were promptly helped with bookings to restaurants and shows as well as getting taxis. As is the norm with many hotels in Buenos Aires, you have to be buzzed in (they were always very prompt about letting us in). Internet connection was better than in many hotels I've stayed in during my trips in Argentina. Also I was quite satisfied with the breakfast buffet. There's a chef on staff who can help if you desire something special. I thought PuroBaires to be a good value for the money. I would stay there again.

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Forum Posts

Travel between Airports

by montalais

How long would it take to get from AEP airport near the center to EZE airport at around 21:00 on a Sunday? Are there traffic problems in Buenos Aires? I'm assuming taxi is the only means of transport in this case...

Re: Travel between Airports

by vtveen

By taxi/remis it will take about 45 - 60 minutes.
There are also shuttle buses running (take about 90 - 120 minutes). See for schedules and fares: http://www.tiendaleon.com.ar/home/home.asp

happy travels
Jaap

Re: Travel between Airports

by MarkSacco

I did it on a Sunday a few years ago and like what vtteen said it takes about an hour.

Re: Travel between Airports

by jimwebster

Traffic in Bs As on Sunday morning is almost non-existent. After watching the bumper to bumper traffic that occurs from Monday through Saturday, it feels almost like you are in a scene from the Twilight Zone. Though traffic starts to happen during Sunday afternoon on, it is nowehere as heavy as during the weekday. So there should be no traffic woes in going to EZE airport on a Sunday night. Probably 45 minutes tops.

Re: Travel between Airports

by jimwebster

I forgot about the transport question. The cost for either a taxi or remise would be the same, since they will charge you a flat rate to the airport of somewhere around $100 pesos (the rate varies greatly). Keep in mind that this rate includes the toll booths, airport entrance/parking fee, and a possible 45 minute return back to downtown Bs As without a passenger. So it is not just for the drive to the airport.

I would let the desk clerk(s) at your hotel take care of obtaining a taxi or remise, which they will do for you gladly. Request one with air conditioning (this is not a given) and one large enough to haul all your luggage in one trip. Vehicles in Argentina are quite small compared to here in the USA and have very limited trunk space. A number of taxi and remise drivers have started using mini-vans, which are very comfortable and roomy for luggage.

Travel Tips for Buenos Aires

ice creams and poetry!

by mindcrime

If I have to choose 2 moments in Buenos Aires that will be reading argentinian poetry and eating ice creams!!

The town hall had put several signs along main streets with one poem in each one. It was a great surprise for me and I stood for some minutes to read the sign. Even the title of this great idea was perfect: “there’s no city without poetry!”

As for the ice creams, I think it’s one of the things they copied from Italy but they managed to make it even better! I tasted it in many places, always cheap always good… There are a dozen of different flavors, some of them are weird though. Some people say that the ice cream in Argentina is the best in the world and it’s true! It has to do with the local high quality milk and the dulce de leche they put inside (they put it everywhere but ok…).

When you order the ice cream you choose the size of the ice cream(how many balls and where), then you pay and then you wait to be called. It’s time to choose the flavor! Many of them make home delivery so if you like one keep their number and call them from your hoste for 2 kilos of your favorite flavorl :)

I found many Freddo's in different districts but there are many many other places too.

dogs walkers

by jpizquierdo

normally you´ll see one guy with several dogs, normally more then ten of them, eesch one very pretty and photogenic, they pay them to take a walk with the dogs to make them exercice and not to be stressed, Nice to see, I still without understanding why they dont fight...

WONDERFUL SHOWER

by RafaelTheSecond

Heheheh the nature is something exuberant in Argentina as well as it is in Brazil, that is why I adore this country so much, even the sparrows enjoy the best of the nature, and that oenwas taking a delicious shower in the beggining of the spring! :)

I got this picture in the beautiful japonese garden!;)

SEP - SECOND WEEK - 2005

BA annual art exhibit (ArteBA)

by mrtourne

The biggest annual art exhibit in Buenos Aires is about to start. It's called "arteBA" and this year (2004) it will be hosted at La Rural from May 19 to May 25.

The fair comprises over 100 different exhibitors (between art galleries, art dealers and cultural organizations) and over 10,000 square meters of exhibits. Last year the work of approximately 350 contemporary artist could be seen, with over 100,000 visitors over the 7 days of the fair.

To get to La Rural - simply take the "D" subway line to Plaza Italia, and you are there. Tickets are $9 (nine pesos) for adults, with free admission for children under 12.

Paseo Alcorta

by sof76 about Shopping

It's a big shopping mall, you have plenty of shops and places to eat. They also have cinema on the last floor.

Es un gran shopping donde hay muchos negocios y lugares para comer. En el ultimo piso hay cines.

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Address: Niceto Vega 4788, Buenos Aires, 1414, Argentina