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Milhouse Avenue Reviews

Avenida de Mayo 1245, Buenos Aires, Argentina

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1810 Total Reviews
  • 82%Value For Money
  • 91%Security
  • 94%Location
  • 89%Staff
  • 90%Atmosphere
  • 84%Cleanliness
  • 85%Facilities

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If you don't mind noise of parties at night or guys singing out loud in the afternoon. Another thing - was freezing in the room. Had to ask the staff to turn on the AC for heating (they don't give you the remote control). Then a few cockroaches in the public area... And a broken lock in the room door (promised to fix, but didn't). No windows to the streets, only into inside of the building, a bit dark. And water from tap smelling like paint or acetone. But facilities are great, esp. BATHROOMS!


Pros - comfy beds, good location, great shower, friendly staff, good size dorms Cons - pillow, mattress and linen disgustingly dirty and put us of immedietly, staff often give wrong advice, no wifi in rooms, expensive for what it is!!!


Didn't have a good atmosphere in this hostel and the mattresses were very dirty. No wifi in the rooms. The staff were friendly enough


Mulhouse is a great hostel. Clean, good facilities and decent beds. The hostel has loads of activities every day that are effortless. The staff are all friendly and helpful. Every night they have a party at one of the 2 hostels (few blocks apart) that goes on till 2, then a club is reccomended. Only slight issue for us was that it's a very big hostel and wasn't busy when we were there (no fault of the hostel) which makes it feel very deserted. Whigh at times could make the atmosphere abit quiet.


We stayed at Millhouse Avenue for almost a week and really enjoyed this hostel. The staff are very friendly and helpfull, but sometimes they give you wrong information. Its a very big hostel, which makes it a little unpersonal, but it's definiately the place to stay in Buenos Aires! They have a lot of fun activities and great partys. We can highly recommend their spanish lessons and the "meet our meat" dinner. The drinks are very strong so enjoy the happy hour!


Good party hostel. Clean, tentative staff. Bar is a little expensive, as expected. Really good location and okay breakfast.


This is the party hostel. Get your liver ready if you're coming here. It's a fun atmosphere for young party goers. The front desk is nice too.


Milhouse is a great hostel, really sociable place so great for meeting new people. The staff are all really nice too and the activities organised through the hostel are definitely worth the money!


very good hostel. I personally liked a lot the parties and the location, close to most of the sightseens and metro


Party hostel with a lot of tour options.


Had the best time here - can't fault the hostel, thank you 😊

  • 11th Aug 2015
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • England
  • Mixed Group, 18-24
  • (1 review)


Couldn't have asked for more. 24/7 security, 24/7 reception, it's own bar with a good selection of food. A good atmosphere and plenty of communal areas to chill, comfy beds, big rooms. Clean bathrooms, genuine staff, plenty of activities. 10/10.


That would be a great idea to provide the customers with free lockers or charge them a small price for those.

  • 23rd Jul 2015
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • Russia
  • Male, 18-24
  • (1 review)

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Hi, Many thanks for your email. We provide both! Free lockers in the room (you just need to bring your own padlock) and safety boxes that cost AR$5 pesos per day if you want to secure your valuables even further. Really sorry you didn't see them or weren't informed about that... Kind Regards, Melina


Great place to stay. Lovely Staff. Easy to get to know cool people.

  • 20th Jul 2015
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • Brazil
  • Male, 25-30
  • (1 review)


I planned on staying 2 nights in the Milhouse but ended up spending a week there. It's an excellent hostel for solo travellers. Dorms are bright and spacious with cages for your backpack. The showers were the nicest I encountered on my trip through South America - I felt like I had my own bathroom! The hostel organises activities and tours so it's extremely easy to meet people. The breakfast is also very good with cereal, cake and fruit offered as well as the traditional fare of bread and jam.


Stayed here for an initial 5 nights and ended up staying 7. Really nice big open spaces, plenty of room to chill out and nice pool table to enjoy. Really good breakfast and scrambled eggs 3 days a week which is a massive plus when travelling. Really secure with doorman on door 24-7. Good place to meet people and really big party atmosphere but if tired can go to bed without being disturbed. Hostel bar was very expensive and happy hour only on night of party-3 of 7 nights!!Would stay here again.


Rating Milhouse Avenue is hard... This hostel is an awesome place to party, in the heart of Buenos Aires, with excellent prices and a good vibe. However, the place is a mess. The matresses are dirty, the toilets are disgusting, the service is not so good. There's only one key per room, so I found myself locked out of my own room many times, even having to get down to the lobby wearing only a towel to search for the person who had the key. If you don't care about comfort, I recommend!


Really helpful staff who gave us so much information! The walking tour with Camilla was really good, a must do! Good atmosphere of you like to party! Large lockers for each bed, beds not the comfiest but not too bad! Overall definitely would recommend!


Loved it!


Hostel is exactly what it says in the description. Good for partying and lots on offer in regards to walking tours etc. Weird system having only one key for the room and having to leave it at the front desk but nothing more than slightly irritating

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