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Stumbled across this hotel after a mix up with overbooking of our other hotel (supposedly this is a common thing in Buenos Aires). The night staff Felipe was fantastic, helpful and we ended stay here for one night. The room was quiet, clean and comfortable....More
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Response from BlueSoho, Gerente at Blue Soho HotelResponded 1 February 2015
thank you for your feedback. We are glad to know you had a good staying!
Greetings from al the staff!
We really enjoyed our stay at Blue Soho Hotel. It was our base in Buenos Aires in between destinations. The staff is extremely friendly and helpful. They kept our bags for us a few times for days and really went above and beyond for us....More
1 Thank genny767
Response from BlueSoho, Gerente at Blue Soho HotelResponded 21 August 2014
thank you for your comment. We are happy to know that we have had a good role during your long trip!
Best wishes for you and you family!
The hotel is in a great location, but it is very poorly maintained, and housekeeping is weak because it does not exchange the towels. All staff are very kind and attentive. Should only make a general reform and take better care of the cleaning.
2 Thank Biasoli
Response from BlueSoho, Gerente at Blue Soho HotelResponded 25 September 2014
we are sorry to know that your experience has not been positive.
Thank you for your comment: your feedback helps us to improve our service.
The Blue Soho is a charming boutique hotel. I read some of the earlier reviews and was concerned about musty smells as I'm allergic to mold. I had one of the rooms with no outside windows. I didn't have to use my inhaler once. My...More
I stayed at the Blue Soho for 4 nights. The hotel is a little past its prime and a little run down, but this is Argentina after all, and things cannot be held to the same standard as other countries. but that aside, the room...More
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