x The average starting price for a place to stay in Buenos Aires is £48 per night.
selah12 As soon as I walked through the doors of the Elephante Rosa Hostel, I knew that I was in for something special. While checking in and getting settled, I helped myself to coffee, juice and media lunas that were left out all days for guests and refilled every morning. What other hostels do you know have this added benefit. It was appreciated especially after a day of travelling. The creative person in me LOVED the way that the decor of the Elephante Rosa hostel. It made me feel like I was staying in an old arthouse. An arthouse where there is free wifi, great conversation, comfy furniture and friends from all around the world. I simply had to grab my video camera and film this place for all the world to see. Here is the blog along with the video of the Elephante Rosa Hostel that I wrote on my blogsite They say that a picture is worth a thousand words. If a picture is worth a thousand words than what is a video worth? http://makingthesamedifference.blogspot.com/2010/10/elefante-rosa-hostel.html
El GALES DE SAX Hi, A great place to chill out. Safe and secure. Inexpensive. Polished wooden floors throughout house.Comfortable beds and plenty of cupboard space. Run by pleasant, helpful,young couple. The Subte (metro ) is a 5 minute walk away. Good butchers and Fresh fish market in the area and a couple of reasonably priced restaurants nearby. Iori Edwards North wales
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.
Sander Don't stay here on a Saturday (and presumably Friday) evening; apparently there's a nightclub located in the immediate vicinity, where people leave in such large hordes from 03:30 onward that all its doors are simultaneously open, and a massive wall of noise will physically shake you awake and keep you awake for the next hour. Other than that the service was friendly (if lacking anyone to check out with in the morning), the general location in Palermo good (so the low rating for location is only due to the nighclub), and the facilities quite decent. Quite a bit of street noise, but I think that's hard to avoid in a city like this. Do be forewarned that the entrance to this place is an unmarked door, so be sure to write down the house and doorbell number before going here, otherwise you'll never find it.
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.
Mexico 1410Awesome 89%
anazano It's extremelly well located within the city. The reception and cleaning staff were ever so friendly and helpful. Breakfast is also good, specially as you can choose to have it in the small terrace surrounded by plants, or in the common room, so well arranged, cozy and comfortable. It was a very nice stay, during three sunny days with the view of the blue "jacaranda" trees full of flowers through the front windows. Thanks and I will surely be back.
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