Tribeca Apart Buenos Aires

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Bartolome Mitre 1265, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, 1036AAW, Argentina
Tribeca Buenos Aires Apart
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 39% less than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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Forum Posts

Airport accomodations

by ggo123

Are there any hotels near the international airport where one could book one night when same day connections are not available?

Re: Airport accomodations

by xymmot

there are always hotels at or near international airports, just check the check in time policy they have. Cheers Tommy x

Re: Airport accomodations

by ggo123

Thanks for your prompt response. Do you know of any hotel names so I can research them on line?

Re: Airport accomodations

by philsuitcasebuddy

I have not stayed in any hotels near the airport but came across this place online which is 5 minutes from Ezeiza Airport. I hope it helps.

Re: Airport accomodations

by lisss

Just search for Beunos Aires airport hotels and there will be many options and reviews.

Something to keep in mind - you will definitely have to ay the $18USD departure tax as well upon leaving Argentina if you enter and depending on what country you are from you may need to pay on arrival as well.

Travel Tips for Buenos Aires

Teller machines

by jpizquierdo

I have been in buenos aires several times, and i never learned a simple lesson, teller machines are only an ornamentation in Buenos aires, normally will not read your card or after you do everithing have no money or on reparation. and if your lucky and its working you have to wait in a very long line.

Lunch with Alex's grandma and touring

by b1bob

23 December 2001: We took lunch that day with Alex's grandma on the 800 block of calle Suipacha. (Sadly, in September, 2003, she died.) She fixed beef roasted with potatoes and onions served with rice and bread. Later on, we walked along the Avenida del 9 de Julio- supposed to be the widest street in the world and through some of the richest part of town- past the Brazilian and French embassies through to the Recoleta park. On the way back, Alex showed me some good places to shop on Avenida de Florida which is closed to traffic and a place to exchange my traveler's cheques. There were bums in the street with their hands out. I said things like, "We gave at the office." or "I don't speak Spanish." We must have walked 9 miles (15 km.) in the summer heat. It was not as uncomfortable as it could have been because there was always a constant breeze.

Incredible Wine

by cjg1

When someone thinks of Argentina the first word that comes to mind is usually "Beef". The second is "wine". The wines in Argentina are exceptional and very affordable. I've enjoyed some incredible reds, whites and sparklings at the various wine tasting and meals I have had in Buenos Aires. On this trip I was happy to introduce some of these wonderful wines to Liz and Rob. Rob was never much of a wine drinker but grew to appreciate the wine after a few days.

I think the best part of a trip is giving someone a new experience and I feel I did that for many people on the Buenos Aires adventure.

British flags

by cadiana88

In the "Iglesia de Santo Domingo", you can find behind the Altar, some captured British flags during the British Invasions of the years 1806 and 1807. In both ocassions, local troops rejected to the invaders.

Belgrano Av. and Defensa Street
(between Plaza de Mayo and San Telmo)

Bs As Largest Shopping Mall

by TexasDave about Abasto Shopping Mall

Originally designed and built to house the city's wholesale fruit and vegetable market in the late 1890's, it was renovated to be a multi-level shopping mall in 1999. It houses a 12 screen movie theater, an indoor amusement park for small children and, of course, a food court.

The stores here are more for middle-class local residents, not tourists. It is not near as upscale as Gallerias Pacifico. For a tourist this is more about seeing the building itself and the architecture than the merchandise.


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 Tribeca Apart Buenos Aires

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Address: Bartolome Mitre 1265, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, 1036AAW, Argentina