Ostinatto Hostel is a cozy hostel with a relaxed atmosphere, located in San Telmo neighborhood, a lively area with many cafes, bars, restaurants, art galleries, museums, walking distance to Plaza de Mayo, Downtown, Puerto Madero and short bus distance to La Boca, Recoleta and Palermo.
It's the perfect place to meet fellow travelers. You can be assured a personal experience provided by our super-friendly bilingual staff, which will be more than happy to answer your questions and give you tips about what to do in the city.
We offer you:
*FREE Breakfast: Coffee, tea, chocolate, milk, juices, bread, jam, honey, our typical 'dulce de leche', butter, cookies, two kinds of fruits and two kind of cereals.
*Fully-equipped kitchen open for cooking.
*Large storage lockers in the rooms (bring your own padlock for security).
*FREE 3 public computers with Internet and unlimited Wifi access.
* Wii and ping pong table.
*DVDs, books and Boardgames.
*24h bilingual reception and no curfew.
*Bar. Happy hour from 18h-23h!
*Towels provided free of charge in private rooms (singles, twins, doubles, triples) or rent for one off payment AR$ 10 in dorms
*Beautiful view of the city from the rooftop terrace at the 5th floor.
*FREE Tango lessons (Saturdays)
*FREE Spanish Lesson (Mondays)
*FREE Yoga classes (Tuesdays and Thursdays)
*FREE walking tours weekly.
*Tickets ordering service
*Weekly BBQ night
We are looking forward to welcoming you !
NOTE: The hostel doesn't admit minors under 18 years old.
Reservation cancellation Policy : If you have made a reservation for a private room and decide to check out early or cancel the resservation, you will be charged one night's accommodation as a cancellation fee.
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