Ritz Hotel Buenos Aires

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

Av. de Mayo 1111, Buenos Aires, Argentina

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31%
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8%
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8

Value Score Great Value!

Costs 50% less than similarly rated 2 star hotels

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    Ritz Hotel

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    In between an upper-class hostel and a budget hotel. Best location you'll find, right at the corner of Av. de Mayo and Av. 9 de Julio. Just a block away from Plaza de Mayo. The hotel is an old, renovated historical building. The rooms are clean and equipped with cable TV and free Wi-Fi. The staff are super nice and friendly. The only problem is maybe the noise from the wood floor (told ya it's in an old bldg!), but other than that I had a pleasant stay.

    Directions: One block away from Plaza de Mayo

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Forum Posts

Anyone going to Creamfields buenos Aires next 8th november????

by juampix

Hi Im nicolas and im 21... im going to next creamfilds local edition so i thought maybe someone want to go in a group so i decided to organize one...

mi email is netarar@gmail.com and as every year i´ll love going with everyone who wanted it.

see you soon...

Nicolas

Re: Anyone going to Creamfields buenos Aires next 8th november????

by WigglesMalibu

Milhouse hostel usually organizes big groups for parties like that. Usually with discount tickets and vip pass as well.

So if you're looking for a fun int'l group to party with you might want to check into their hostel for a night. They don't let outsiders join them.


rrrrrReach for the lazers!!!

Travel Tips for Buenos Aires

Palermo Chico

by Sonador3

One of the most exclusive residential areas in the city, Palermo Chico is also known as Gran Bourg. Here among the elegant buildings you'll find many of the different embassies, well-maintained parks (e.g., The Japanese Gardens) and plazas that are characteristic of the area. This is also the area in which I was lucky enough to find an apartment to rent, thanks to Sofia (sof76).

DOGS...

by RafaelTheSecond

Well, a little bit less than Paris, but DOGS are religion in this city...Even in their most famous graveyard, the RECOLETA, where EVA PERON is buried, there is a tomb for a dog which died with his owner, a woman called LILIANA...

You should know that Buenos Aires holds the second largest population of dogs in the World. And for sure I could not resist and took some pictures of a very special dog in the train station of TIGRE - one of my favourite places in the city!

I am sure you will like it

Sep 13th, 2005

Club Atlético Boca Juniors

by NYC2TLV

Club Atlético Boca Juniors or simply Boca Juniors, is one of the most popular football clubs in the world. A trip to the Bonbonera ("chocolate box" in English) is a great way to spend a Sunday afternoon in Buenos Aires. In terms of being tourist friendly, River Plate has the better facilities and is in the better side of town, so consider yourself warned that the La Boca neighborhood is not the best area of the city.

The club was started by Italian immigrants in 1905. It is rich with history and their fans are rich with passion. The stadium itself is surrounded by club hangouts where fans eat and drink before attending the match. It is also rank with people selling fake Boca Juniors merchandise. Inside the stadium, alcohol is not permitted and the two stands behind the goal are the most passionate and also dangerous as they lack supervision and seat assignments. It is best to purchase box seats or seats in the main grandstand. Bring a poncho with you in the event of rain. If you don't, the vendors walking around the stands sell them for around $5.00

Crafts in Palermo Viejo

by dalila2006 about Atípica

Found this tiny shop in trendy Palermo Viejo neighbourhood. Atípica gathers crafts from local artists-I bought very nice raku ceramics & very original silver jewelry. Owners talk several languages, I believe. Nice attention too. I later saw at their web they had more stuff, but I had already left town- must returnt to BA -www.atipicaobjetos.com.ar. By the way, got there through lonely planet- great tip. Ceramics & jewelry Got very nice jewelry at very fair prices 2 necklaces in silver with semi-precious stones were cheap, by the way. Pieces came with an "authenticity certificate" signed by the designer.

Midday thrill

by Assenczo about Tango shows - Tango places

This is not about night time entertainment or at least it seemed to me this way since I saw this performance during the day. It happened on the pavement of the Florida Street and there was no entrance fee. However, donations were expected. I figured it was quite the deal and looking more authentic and spontaneous than any glitzy show for 200+ tourists in a group-oriented restaurant. Consider the fact that this can be your artsy shopping break and everything will fall into its place. The Elements are the judges. Any outfit, weather permitting.

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