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Beginnig to end we coudnt find anything good.
receptionist are needs to retired they are rude and they even dont want to talk with you. Elevator when you see that you will understand how old this hotel and their service. There is no breakfast if...More
A well located, old hotel in downtown BA, accessible prices as far as hotels go, although an expensive choice if you're on a tight budget.
Elevators are really old fashioned, UPI have to close its doors manually... and I'm not sure if I qualify this...More
If you are only looking for a cheap place to sleep, and can get a room facing the street, it might be O.K. otherwise, the rooms are old, not very clean, and you are likely to get a light well for a view. We walked...More
I was quite fortunate to select this Hotel, because of a very convenient location. It is
5/7 minutes walking distance to Metro and Bus stations It is also near to Rail, Bus & Ferry Terminals. Shops are very near. Leaving Hotel on your right hand...More
I didn't have any booking cos my flight been cancelled so plans changed and had to stay longer in buenos aires so I just walked in and booked a room for a night. It was okey, furnitures are a old and tired. I managed to...More
US$39 - US$71 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Exquisite palaces and luxurious apartment buildings combine with art galleries and exclusive boutiques to make Retiro the perfect spot for those who enjoy sophistication. However, the non-stop foot traffic to and from Retiro train and bus terminals, accompanied by the myriad of trucks leaving and arriving at the port, mean this neighbourhood is never truly at rest. One minute you are walking down a street dotted with
ornate mansions and luxurious shop windows and the next you find yourself surrounded by a sea of people racing to catch their train or bus. It is this juxtaposition of never-ending comings and goings and quiet, elegant luxury that defines Retiro, as well as Buenos Aires, a city where sharp contrasts are all around.