Centrally located in Buenos Aires, Casa De Papa offers budget accommodation with free WiFi access in all areas and a lively lounge area. A daily breakfast is included. The property is 1 block from 9 de Julio Avenue and 5 blocks from the Obelisk of Buenos Aires.
Rooms at Casa De Papa feature shared bathroom facilities and lovely city views. They also have safety deposit boxes and a fan.
The hostel itself is a small, cozy place with the warm and comfortable atmosphere you’re looking for. The rooms have cozy heaters for the winter, cool fans for the summers, private lockers to keep your things safe, cable TV in most rooms, and are luminous and airy due to the numerous windows. In the common areas, feel free to enjoy.
The hostal has many facilities such as:
* A fully equipped kitchen
* Living room with a D.V.D and a lot of movies
* Play station 2
* Free internet and wireless
* Cleaning room service
* Hot water 24hrs
* And our sunny balcony with the perfect view
Located on Hipolito Yrigojen 964, 4th floor.
You can also call us to be picked up from any of the airports at a great price.
Customers can cancel their reservation free of charge up to 2 Days before arrival. After this date, charges will be applied by the property up to the full cost of the reservation. Deposits paid are non refundable.
This is a Trusted Review. Why?
The guy who runs this place is nice enough, quite nice actually, but that's nowhere near enough to recommend a stay there. First off, it wasn't that easy to find in the building since they'd changed floors. We stayed in the private room which supposedly had a private bath but it's shared with the owner, and the room itself is barely larger than the bed. Not overly clean looking. The elevator wasn't working when we left -- lucky it wasn't when we had to go up 5 flights with our luggage, only down. But the worst part is the late night noise. Many of the guests are Israelis taking a trip after miltary service, and naturally they're in BA to party. Extremely noisy; even the owner had to scream downstairs at them to shut up -- at 2AM!
Luckily we spent only one night. Doing BA again I'd go online to one of the shortterm apartment places (BYT is what we used there and they were fine), and get an apartment through them. Or, if you're not familiar at all with what section of the city you'd like to be in, stay at one of the cheaper hotels for 2 nights and look at a few shortterm apartments during that time.
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