Rancho Urbano hostel is attended by its owners, its a nice, comfortable and friendly large place (capacity 100 pax). It's a 1930's building born to be a hotel, so that means it's not an adapted house. It has been recycled and modernized last year to increase guest's comfortability.
The hostel is located on Corrientes Ave, the more traditional street in city. Close to all, 50 meters away from the subway station (subte), 17 city buses have their points around the place, allowing our guests to commute quickly, safely and conveniently to any areas of interest, during daytime or night-time. In no more than 20 minutes you can be in: downtown, San Telmo, Palermo Soho, Abasto, Plaza de Mayo, Casa Rosada, Puerto Madero, Retiro, etc.
We have singles, doubles, triples & quads privates with or without private bathrooms and dorms for 3,4, 6 and 8 people with or without private bathrooms, all them with personal security lockers.
All our rooms have garden views, plenty of sun and fresh air.
You can share traditional meals like asado and empanadas in the BBQ area.
Argentine Breakfast included (Coffee / Milk / Tea and our 'Mate' croissants, toasted bread butter and jam). Bed linen provided, towels included for single and double rooms and available in others, telephone, fully equipped guest kitchen, bar. There are also large and comfortable common areas indoor and outdoors for relax and socialising. Free High Speed Wi-Fi, Internet, BBQ, 29`screen Tv, DVD-MP3 player, Cable T.V, stereo system.
Credit cards accepted: Diners, Amex, Mastercard and Visa (+5% Charge).
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Good location, very near the Subway. The staff are very friendly and there is cheap beer at the bar.
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