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I stayed at Caserón Porteño for 38 nights from 7th December 2014 to 14th January 2015. I ordered an airport pickup and was met by Dario holding a large sign with my name on. He drove me to Caserón Porteño and carried my bags to...More
Lovely little private hotel with tango school attached
Great personnel and a calm environment
The boss, Daniel, is a real gentleman - good fun, very kind and generous ... Totally focused on Tango ! His team - Carolina and Gavriel - are extremely kind and...More
We stayed at Caseron Porteno for 10 nights and in the middle of this they were kind enough to take care of our luggage while we went to Iguazu falls for one night. The hotel has a small tango studio and includes lessons with the...More
We spent our final two nights in Argentina here to get a taste of the tango life. The map/brochure Carolina gave us pointed to an excellent milongo where we were able to see locals dancing socially. The next night we received a tango lesson as...More
Loved the staff: Gabriel and Carolina are very friendly and can give you a lot of tips regarding the city. You really feel at home - there is even a very friendly cat. The rooms are nice, you have private bathroom but the room we...More
US$38 - US$60 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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