Ratings based on 610 Verified Reviews

3.5 out of 5
75% of guests recommend
3.8 Room cleanliness
3.5 Service & staff
3.5 Room comfort
3.3 Hotel condition
Expedia Verified Reviews
4 out of 5
Recommended
for Everyone
by A verified traveller from Sydney, Australia

Nice Hotel in the Middle of the Shopping District

Posted 27-May-2017
Location: The hotel is in the shopping district. Plenty of restaurants near by. Plenty of good brands shopping. Plenty of leather shops near by.
We had booked a Classic Room and upon check in, we were delighted by the reception staff with a free upgrade to a superior room. That was a lovely surprise as we had traveled for over 20 hours with a toddler and it was great to retreat to a better room. Even though the hotel is located on a Pedestrian Street only, which meant that our Taxi cannot reach the hotel, the walk to the hotel was easy and we felt safe, even at night. The Superior room itself was lovely, clean (could be cleaner, floor a bit dusty), had a mini fridge, nice selection of bathroom toiletries and the room was modern. Breakfast room is modern but the breakfast selection was OK. Sweet cereal, sweet cakes, ham, cheese (tasted like plastic), sweet croissants, coffee/tea/juice/yogurt drink, breads, and, the best part was the selection of fresh fruits. Breakfast staff and reception staff was not that friendly either. A smile can go a long way in welcoming guests but we have noticed that most Argentinians were like this, I put it down to cultural difference. We chose this hotel because it was close to the ferry terminal. You could walk to Peurto Madero Buquebus (roughly 7 blocks away from hotel) or catch a taxi for roughly 100 Peso. Would we stay here again? Yes, we would but we would probably just give the breakfast a miss as you would get tired of eating so many sweets for breakfast. And a BIG THANK YOU to hotel staff for the free upgrade, it was a lovely gesture. Nice size Lobby,plenty of room to relax.
3 out of 5
by A verified traveller from Malaysia

close to casa rosacea

Posted 26-Apr-2017
hotel location was good, easy to get a taxi,10mins walk to plaza de armas, rooms was old and terrible, air conditional was noisy, breakfast lack of variety.
4 out of 5
Recommended
for Everyone
by A verified traveller from Margate, UK

Much better room second time around!

Posted 25-Mar-2017
I have stayed here many times over the past ten years and the hotel has been gradually improving over this time. However on my first stay on this trip I arrived late at ten pm and was allocated a poor room as the hotel was almost full since it was a public holiday weekend. On this stay I checked in at 1pm and asked for a room overlooking "nove de Julio" - the main thoroughfare running past the hotel, which I got. It was much better and had a window opening to see "obelisco" which is just down the road. Despite this it was NOT noisy. Good efficient A/C, a bath!, Comfy bed, big tv (but still no programmes in English - not even BBC or CNN). Breakfast better than before but still below par. On the basis of this room I would recommend staying there as it is a bus or subway ride to Retiro less than a minutes walk from the front door. Oh and by the way they looked after my hot weather wardrobe which was in a laundry bag whilst I was away from BsAs
3 out of 5
Recommended
for Everyone
by A verified traveller from Margate, Kent. UK

Poor room, poor brekky. good AC,WIFI & location

Posted 04-Mar-2017
Pros: Wifi, AC and location
Cons: Breakfast
Location: Walk, or take the bus, to Station Retiro and, for eight pesos with a SUBTE card, go to TIGRE - An hour, walk to Puerta de Fruitos and catc a boat.
Have stayed here previously and rooms have been great, and breakfast good as well - but this time both were poor. I did arrive late and they were busy so maybe that's a lesson! Having said that the AC was great - especially important as it was 34C in the street at 22.30, WIFI also good. Position on Nove de Julio bus stops means you can get almost everywhere in the city with a SUBTE pass - even Aerpoarque for less than ten pesos on bus 45 (or 33 from a different stop) breakfast very very poor, only eggs with a few bits of sausage thrown in, no cheese or ham as previously - how disappointing. No rolls either, only cut bread., there were cereals, cakes, medialunas etc.
4 out of 5
by A verified traveller

excellent location and value

Posted 28-Feb-2017 on Hotels
excellent location on the main avenue of July 9th and the obelisk. good for sightseeing, room was remodeled and comfortable, could you some sprucing up of towels. For the price and location, no complaint. Staff was friendly and helpful
5 out of 5
by susan

Excellent Location on the Budget

Posted 24-Feb-2017 on Hotels
excellent location near metro & all attractions.
4 out of 5
by Nicholas

It's a good hotel. Helpful. Central.

Posted 16-Feb-2017 on Hotels
It was fine. Have booked this place again
3 out of 5
Recommended
for Everyone
by A verified traveller from italia

Good position but old

Posted 17-Jan-2017 on Orbitz
Suites are big but not very clean. Good position and breakfast.
5 out of 5
Recommended
for Everyone
by A verified traveller

Good budget hotel

Posted 15-Jan-2017 on Orbitz
I stayed in an economy room. It was small, but had everything a person could need (hair drier, air conditioning, TV, in room Wi-Fi included) and was clean Perhaps I came in with lower expectations, since this hotel was much nicer than where I stayed in other parts of Argentina for a similar price - from room to breakfast to staff and facilities. The only potential drawback is location, which is central to all the neighborhood but not quite in a particular neighborhood. This was good for me as I wanted to see everything in a short time.
3 out of 5
Recommended
for Everyone
by A verified traveller

Conveniently located in Buenos Aires

Posted 03-Jan-2017
Very clean room. Many guests from different countries. Decent breakfast. Good customer service.