x The average starting price for a place to stay in Buenos Aires is £56 per night.
Chacabuco 718Excellent 92%
laurajpage America del Sur was a great place to say in Buenos Aires. We had read reviews saying it wasn't in a good location - but we were really glad to be in San Telmo with its great restaurants and funky shops, rather than in the craziness of the microcentre. It only took about 15 minutes to walk into the city centre anyway. The staff were extremely friendly and helpful and everything was very clean.
yapadel The services to latin tourist is very bad, the employees are more interested in selling their products to help tourists. I felt discriminated against for being Latino.
Humberto Primo 820Awesome 86%
Florida 328Awesome 85%
hnkn Many good points and just one negative thing, it doesn't feel like a hostel you know.. communication with other guests is inexistent unless they're in your room or if you're very talkative BUT location is super! right in the main street with full of shops and everything you need (although best parties were like in Palermo or somewhere close), there's a brand new bar wth a good atmosphere and cool bartenders which can even entertain you, reasonable prices for drinks and if you're lazy just go to the basement and you'll find a cool place to hang out. I liked the stay 5 nights and pay 4 thing or something like it. Rooms are cleaned just like in a hotel, they even make your bed. Free internet, and all, but just like I said, i'd rather have stayed in a smaller but cozy hostel.
tolgaucal It was a neat and cute boutique hotel in a good location in buenos aires. My experience of staying at hotel infinito was pretty comfortable, they had a really relaxing and chilled out terrace with a jacuzzi, the staff was also very kind and friendly. Since it was a newly opened hotel rooms and the public areas were super clean.
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